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[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 05:51:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I migrated a WordPress website to a new host

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Have you ever needed to migrate a WordPress website to a new host? I have done it several times and found the process to be quite easy. Of course, I don[he]#039[/he]t use the recommended methods for doing most things, and this is no exception–I use the easy way, and that is what I recommend. This migration is non-destructive, so it is simple to revert to the original server if that should be necessary for any reason.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 08:08:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Rust on Debian 11

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Rust is an open-source systems programming language that focuses on speed, memory safety, and parallelism. Developers use Rust to create a wide range of new software applications, such as game engines, operating systems, file systems, browser components, and simulation engines for virtual reality. For users, especially developers wanting to try out Rust Programming language, you will know how to install Rust on Debian 11 Bullseye.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 10:10:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Set or Change Timezone on Debian 11

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to configure Timezone on Debian 11 Bullseye.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 12:27:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi Firewall: How to Install and Manage it by Using UFW

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The level of security you need for your Raspberry Pi will strongly depend on how you plan to use it. In this easy-to-follow tutorial we’re going to show you how to install and manage UFW (Uncomplicated Firewall) on Raspberry Pi.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 14:46:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debug a web page error from the command line

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Sometimes when managing a website, things can get messed up. You might remove some stale content and replace it with a redirect to other pages. Later, after making other changes, you find some web pages become entirely inaccessible. You might see an error in your browser that "The page isn't redirecting properly" with a suggestion to check your cookies.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 16:17:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Replace smart quotes with the Linux sed command

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In typography, a pair of quotation marks were traditionally oriented toward one another. They look like this:“smart quotes”read more

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 17:33:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Bash Scripting - Variables Explained With Examples

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Variables are important concepts in any programming language. This guide explains types of bash variables in shell scripting with examples in Linux.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 18:34:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Redis Server on Rocky Linux

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Redis is a popular and open-source in-memory key-value data store. It supports various data structures such as Hash, Lists, Sets, Strings, and many more. In this guide, you will learn how to install Redis on Rocky Linux.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 19:35:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Webmin on CentOS 8 and Rocky Linux 8

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Webmin is an open-source web-based interface that simplifies the administration of Unix systems. In this tutorial, we will cover how to install Webmin on CentOS and Rocky Linux, configure the firewall and access the Webmin web interface.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 20:36:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to List Unsuccessful SSH Logins on Linux

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This tutorial shows you how to identify and list unsuccessful SSH logins on the Linux shell.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 21:37:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Gaming - Part 17

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In the eyes of many computer users, Linux is perceived as largely functional, mostly restricted to running servers, office tasks and web browsing. However, a wide and ever growing range of native Linux games are available, but given the range, there are a number of locations where you pick them up. Whatever type of game you like, there’s lots to choose from including the latest games as well as classics and remastered titles.

[#] Mon Sep 13 2021 22:54:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What Linux Version Am I Running? Here’s How to Find Out

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There are various reasons why you might want to find which Linux distribution you are using or the OS version of your Linux system. If you are new Linux user and want to know how to find what Linux version you are running, here’s how to do it by using the command line.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 00:10:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Stuart D Gathman: How do you Fedora?

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We recently interviewed Fedora user Stuart D. Gathman on how he uses Fedora Linux. This is a part of a series on the Fedora Magazine where we profile users and how they use Fedora Linux to get things done. If you are interested in being interviewed for a further installment in this series you can […]

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 01:26:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I rediscovered Logo with the Python Turtle module

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When I was in high school, one of the very first programming languages I was introduced to was Logo. It was interactive and visual. With basic movement commands, you could have your cursor (“turtle”) draw basic shapes and intricate patterns. It was a great way to introduce the compelling concept of an algorithm—a series of instructions for a computer to execute.Fortunately, the Logo programming language is available today as a Python package. So let’s jump right in, and you can discover the possibilities with Logo as we go more

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 02:42:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-19 Is Slated for Release on September 17th, Now Ready for Testing

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The UBports Foundation announced today the availability for public testing of the upcoming Ubuntu Touch OTA-19 software update for Ubuntu Phone devices.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 03:43:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Django Framework on Debian 11

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Django is a free and open-source web development framework written in Python. It is used for developing complex and database-driven Python applications. In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up Django in Python virtual environment using the PostgreSQL database on Debian 11.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 05:00:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install phpBB on Debian 11 with LEMP

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install LEMP with the most up-to-date packages in their respective fields, along with setting up phpBB for first-time use on Debian 11 Bullseye.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 06:16:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: JamesDSP For Linux Is An Audio Effect Processor For PipeWire Or PulseAudio (Equalizer, Bass Boost, More)

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JamesDSP for Linux is an open source Qt audio effect processor for PipeWire and PulseAudio. Use it to enhance the music you listen to by adding reverberation, bass boost and other filters using a parametric or fixed band equalizer. It also allows you to write your own audio effects using the EEL2 scripting language.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 07:32:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install the Latest MySQL 8 on Ubuntu 20.04

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Ubuntu 20.04 comes with MySQL in its repository, and however, as many know, Ubuntu LTS releases only provided security updates for its releases to keep its stable build essentially stable. This has great benefits but some drawbacks; in the tutorial, you will learn how to install MySQL 8 for Ubuntu 20.04.

[#] Tue Sep 14 2021 08:48:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds admits to 'self-inflicted damage' with '-Werror' as Linux 5.15 rc1 debuts

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'One of the messier merge windows' means the new stuff might sneak in next week. Linus Torvalds has loosed the first release candidate for version 5.15 of the Linux kernel, with but isn't sure if it's a big 'un or nothing to get excited about.…

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