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[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 06:53:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Rsync Files Between Two Linux Servers Automatically

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Setting up a backup server to take over a primary server’s operations when it becomes a victim of server downtime issues is a skill set that most Linux users and all Linux administrators need to master. It saves you from having to worry about the “what if” scenarios.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 08:14:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi Minitel Project Adds Portability to Retro Computer

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We’re definitely suckers for vintage computers here at Tom’s Hardware but throw in a Raspberry Pi and we’re guaranteed to be excited. Today we’ve got an awesome retro upgrade project to share from a maker known as Jeremy Cook who has decided to upgrade an old Minitel 1B terminal with a Raspberry Pi 3B.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 09:19:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Best OpenSSH Server Best Security Practices

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SSH (Secure Shell) is an open-source network protocol that is used to connect local or remote Linux servers to transfer files, make remote backups, remote command execution, and other network-related tasks via scp command or sftp command between two servers that connect on a secure channel over the network.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 10:41:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Walmart Moves Production Grade Networking Project, L3AF, to the Linux Foundation

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LF Networking (LFN), which facilitates collaboration and operational excellence across open source networking projects, today announced that Walmart has moved its L3AF project to the Linux Foundation. L3AF provides complete life-cycle management of eBPF networking application programs with the help of an advanced control plane, offering a cloud and vendor-agnostic platform for launching and managing eBPF programs. Koby Avital, executive vice president, Walmart Global Tech, announced the news during his keynote address, “title,” as part of Open Networking and Edge (ONE) Summit + Kubernetes on Edge Day, this morning.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 12:02:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Delete a Directory in Linux

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It's important to understand how to manage directories in your OS. If you're new to Linux, this article shows how to delete a directory.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 13:07:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LF Edge Welcomes New Premier Members F5, VMware as it matures into a Framework for Real- World Edge, Telco, and IoT Solutions

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LF Edge, an umbrella organization within the Linux Foundation that creates an open, interoperable framework for edge computing independent of hardware, silicon, cloud, or operating system, today announced the project’s maturity as a deployable framework with expanded open source solutions to meet real-world demands. Industry leaders F5 and VMware have joined the community as Premier members as LF Edge maturation includes new projects, general members, project releases and blueprints that enable deployable solutions.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 14:28:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Say hello to Ubuntu Frame

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We use Canonical's Ubuntu Linux on desktops, servers, and clouds all the time. But Ubuntu also finds its way into narrower purposes. For example, Ubuntu Core Linux is often used in Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Now, with Ubuntu Frame, Ubuntu has an even more specialized role: digital signs and user kiosks.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 15:34:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: FOSS Torrents Is Your Gate For Linux Distributions Torrents

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Today we’ll introduce you to FOSS Torrents, an independent torrent service which provides torrents for various Linux distributions and other open source software, for free.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 16:55:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use Python ‘SimpleHTTPServer’ to Create Webserver or Serve Files Instantly

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SimpleHTTPServer is a python module which allows you to instantly create a web server or serve your files in a snap. Main advantage of python’s SimpleHTTPServer is you don’t need to install anything since you have python interpreter installed.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 18:00:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Linux Distro for Programming

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If you’re a programmer and you’re looking for a Linux distro, this will help you find the perfect fit.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 19:21:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft turns Windows Subsystem for Linux into an app for Windows

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Microsoft has revealed a new version of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) – in the form of an app you acquire from the Microsoft Store. And the software giant will steer WSL users to this new version in future. Turning WSL into an app may sound a little weird, given that the point of the software was to put Linux right in the heart of Windows so that penguinistas and developers didn't need to mess around with resource-munching virtual machines.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 20:43:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Multiboot USB Creator Ventoy Adds a GUI Mode to Its Live ISO Image

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Ventoy, the open source tool that helps you create multiboot USB drives, has been updated today to version 1.0.54, a release that introduces a GUI mode to its live ISO image.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 21:48:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Virtualmin on Ubuntu 20.04

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Virtualmin is a web hosting control panel that allows you to manage your virtual private servers through an easy-to-use interface. You can use this software to create and delete websites, install and update server applications, and monitor resource usage.

[#] Tue Oct 12 2021 23:09:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Its Ada Lovelace Day! Learn the Ada programming language in 2021

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In the 1970s, many programming languages were hyperspecific to the hardware they controlled. As a result, developers had to learn to code differently depending on the hardware they were programming. Debugging and maintenance were highly specialized, and code wasn't reusable across machines. The UK government recognized these problems and moved toward establishing a standardized multipurpose programming language. On December 10, 1980—Ada Lovelace's birthday—they made the Ada programming language an official military standard in the UK.

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 00:14:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SUSE Harvester: Deploying virtual machines with Kubernetes

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I use Kubernetes. You use Kubernetes. We all use Kubernetes to manage containers. What you couldn't do, though, is use Kubernetes to manage virtual machines (VM)s as well. That was another ballgame. Until now. SUSE, the European Linux giant with one foot in containers and cloud computing, has released the first production version of Harvester, which along with Rancher, SUSE's Kubernetes as a Service offering, enables you to unify the delivery of VMs and containers.

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 01:35:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Create a timer on Linux

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The timing of certain events is a common task for a developer. Common scenarios for timers are watchdogs, cyclic execution of tasks, or scheduling events for a specific time. In this article, I show how to create a POSIX-compliant interval timer using timer_create(...). You can download the source code for the following examples from GitHub.

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 02:40:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Java 17 (JDK 17) on Debian 11

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The Java Development Kit (JDK) is the name of the software development kit (SDK) for the Java programming language, which enables anyone to create both Java applications and applets for running on many operating systems. This tutorials shows how to install Java JDK on Debian 11.

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 04:01:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TSV to CSV on the CLI (if you really have to)

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Regular visitors to this blog will know that I don't like the CSV format. It's awful. In my humble opinion, data workers should aim to use invisible tabs (TSV) or visible pipes (PSV) as field separators in delimited text tables. Sometimes, though, data workers are required to convert a perfectly good TSV or PSV to a CSV. What to do?

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 05:06:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is Linux Operating System

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Linux is as much a phenomenon as it is an operating system. In fact Linux is what supports much of the internet, but the general public is not all that familiar with the word Linux. This guide for nontechnical users can help you get started.

[#] Wed Oct 13 2021 06:28:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Automate image processing with this Bash script

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Writers not only work with words, they often have to work with images. Technical writing involves presenting a lot of screenshots to convey the technology and processes. Different publishing platforms may have various requirements for images, such as image format or file size.

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