switch to room list switch to menu My folders
Go to page: First ... 352 353 354 355 [356] 357 358 359 360 ... Last
[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 07:00:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Deploy Data-Centers with Cluster and Add ISCSI Storage in RHEV Environment

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

In this part, we are going to discuss how to deploy data-center with one cluster which contains our two hosts in the RHEV environment. Both of two hosts connected to shared storage, additional to previous preparation, we will add another CentOS6.6 virtual machine acts as storage node.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 09:20:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use Vagrant to test your scripts on different operating systems

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

I[he]#039[/he]ve been happy using Vagrant for quite a while now. I work with several DevOps tools, and installing them all on one system can get complicated. Vagrant lets you do cool things without breaking your system because you don[he]#039[/he]t have to experiment on your production system at all.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 11:25:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use this Linux command-line tool to learn more about your NVMe drives

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

NVMe stands for Non-Volatile Memory Express, and it refers to how software and storage communicate across PCIe and other protocols, including TCP. It[he]#039[/he]s an open specification led by a non-profit organization and defines several forms of solid-state storage. My laptop has an NVMe drive, as does my desktop. And they[he]#039[/he]re fast. I love how quickly my computers boot and how quickly they[he]#039[/he]re able to read and write data. There[he]#039[/he]s no perceptible delay.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 13:33:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Become Anonymous - Part 18

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Improve your privacy with these ways of reducing spying and snooping on your daily life. This article is part of the Linux for Starters series.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 14:53:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new tools

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Kali Linux version 2021.3 has been released with new tools, though its makers explain that some features which make it good for penetration testing also make it bad for general use.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 16:11:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Identify Operating System Using TTL Value And Ping Command

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

This brief guide explains how to identify the underlying operating system using TTL (time-to-live) value and Ping command.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 17:13:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NVIDIA 470.74 Graphics Driver Brings Support for Linux Kernel 5.14, Firefox Improvements

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

NVIDIA released today the NVIDIA 470.74 graphics driver for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems with various improvements for various apps and games, as well as the latest Linux kernel.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 18:17:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 8 Best Arch-Based Linux Distributions

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Arch Linux’s flexibility and customization options make it a primary choice of an operating system for Linux users. The performance-boosting features of Arch make it an absolute delight for the end-users. If you are battling with Arch’s complex installation procedure, you can always delve deeper into how Arch-based distros work and then take it on from there. Here are a few top choices of Linux distros for Arch lovers who want to make the most out of this flexible operating system.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 18:49:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GIMP 2.10.28 is Here as a Bugfix Release, Version 2.10.26 Was Skipped

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

The latest GIMP 2.10.28 release is in principle a “minor” bug-fix release. It is mostly the same program, there are no big changes like there are in the development branch for the next major version that will be released as GIMP 3.0, but there are some noteworthy bug fixes and performance adjustments mainly aimed at Windows users.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 19:22:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install FreeRADIUS and Daloradius on Ubuntu 20.04

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

RADIUS is a AAA (authentication, authorization, and accounting) protocol that helps in controlling network access. In this guide, you will learn to install FreeRADIUS on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and use daloRADIUS as the web interface.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 20:10:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: DXVK 1.9.2 Improves Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, Need For Speed Heat, and Other Games

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

DXVK 1.9.2 has been released today as the second bugfix update to the 1.9 series of this open-source Vulkan-based implementation of Direct3D 9, 10 and 11 for running 3D apps on Linux using Wine.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 21:11:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade to Fedora 35 Beta from Fedora 34

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

The following tutorial will teach you how to successfully upgrade Fedora 34 to the newly released Fedora 35 Beta.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 22:12:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install pgAdmin 5 PostgreSQL Administration Tool on Debian 11

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

pgAdmin is a free and open-source graphical administration tool for PostgreSQL which is easy to use. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install pgAdmin server mode on the latest Debian 11 Bullseye. You will learn how to set up pgAdmin with Apache web server, and learn the basic usage of pgAdmin for managing PostgreSQL database and user.

[#] Mon Sep 20 2021 23:30:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Telegram Desktop 3.1 Introduces Interactive Emoji, Live Stream Recording, and More

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Telegram released Telegram Desktop 3.1 over the weekend as a pretty hefty update to this free, open-source, and cross-platform messaging client for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 00:46:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Crank up the volume on that Pixies album: Time to exercise your Raspberry Pi with an... alternative browser

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

While browser-makers squabble over standards, privacy and exactly what their User-Agent string should say, Ekioh's clean-room browser, Flow, has continued to quietly advance. The Register last looked at Flow over Christmas 2020 and we came away impressed with the work in progress, not least its speed and the lack of data slurpage. There were, however, problems, one of which was that Google's web applications were not entirely happy.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 02:02:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Joomla on Rocky Linux and AlmaLinux

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Written in PHP, Joomla is a popular CMS (Content Management System) used for creating stunning websites and blogs using themes, and tons of nifty add-ons. It comes second to WordPress as the most popular and widely used Content Management System.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 03:19:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to install, configure and use Nessus Vulnerability Scanner on CentOS 8

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

Nessus is one of the most popular remote vulnerability assessments trusted by more than 30,000 organizations worldwide. Nessus scans the system and raises an alert if it discovers any vulnerabilities that malicious hackers could use to gain access.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 04:36:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A low-key good experience for Thor-oughly new penguins: Elementary OS 6, aka Odin

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

This reviewer generally recommends that newcomers test the Linux waters with either Ubuntu Mate or elementary OS, depending on whether the person is coming from Windows or macOS. Ubuntu Mate offers a user experience similar to Windows, while elementary OS has long had a very macOS "feel" to it. That tradition continues with elementary OS 6, and I still think it makes a great distro for anyone moving from macOS to Linux.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 05:21:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 19th, 2021

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

The fifty-first installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on September 19th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Tue Sep 21 2021 06:22:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: State of the Open Mainframe 2021

[Reply] [ReplyQuoted] [Headers] [Print]

The mainframe is a foundational technology that has powered industries for decades, including government, financial, healthcare, and transportation. With the help of surrounding communities, the technologies built around this platform have paved the way for the emergence of a new set of technologies we see deployed today. Notably, a significant number of mainframe technologies are profoundly embracing open source.

Go to page: First ... 352 353 354 355 [356] 357 358 359 360 ... Last