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[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 05:15:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to create an Application Load Balancer on AWS

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An Application Load Balancer works at the seventh layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, the application layer. We can add and remove targets from our load balancer as per our needs without affecting the flow of requests to the application. In this article, we will see how to create an Application Load Balancer, register instances, and access the Load Balancer using its DNS.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 06:31:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Configuring TACACS+ Server With A Simple GUI

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Managing authentication and authorization in a large-scale network is a challenge: the passwords need to be set and rotated every now and then, access to certain configuration settings needs to be controlled and, finally, users’ actions need to be logged somewhere.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 07:48:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla’s Firefox named in inaugural Brands That Matter

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Mozilla’s Firefox is thrilled to be named one of the nearly 100 brands within Fast Company Magazine’s inaugural and high-profile, Brands That Matter 2021 ranking and recognition program for companies and nonprofits that have had an undeniable impact on business and culture. Mozilla’s Firefox was recognized by Fast Company specifically for “continuing to do what […]

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 09:05:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Python 3.9 on Rocky Linux 8

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Python is a widely used multi-purpose programming language. Today’s tutorial will show you how to install Python 3.9 on a Rocky Linux 8 system.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 10:22:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Codenotary: Notarize and verify your software bill of materials

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What[he]#039[/he]s really in that program? Codenotary can show your customers what[he]#039[/he]s inside your software.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 11:38:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Get FOSS-happy, China tells its financial intuitions

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China has told its finance sector to embrace free and open source software (FOSS). An opinion from the People's Bank of China and the nation's Central Cyberspace Administration essentially boils down to "go for it". The document instructs China's financial sector players to use FOSS whenever they feel it is apposite, to contribute to FOSS projects, and to respect the licences under which such software is published. Financial institutions are also encouraged to collaborate with tech companies, universities and other institutions on FOSS efforts.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 12:39:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A simple CSS trick for dark mode

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You're likely already familiar with media queries. They're in widespread use for making websites responsive. The width and height properties contain the viewport's dimensions. You then use CSS to render different layouts at different dimensions.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 13:56:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Calibre 5.31 Ebook Manager Adds Support the New Kindle Paperwhite 2021

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Kovid Goyal released today Calibre 5.31 as the latest version of his ever popular ebook reader, manager, and organizer software for the Linux desktop.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 15:12:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Print a Halloween greeting with ASCII art on Linux

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Full-color ASCII art used to be quite popular on DOS, which could leverage the extended ASCII character set and its collection of drawing elements. You can add a little visual interest to your next FreeDOS program by adding ASCII art as a cool “welcome” screen or as a colorful “exit” screen with more information about the program.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 16:28:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Learn Docker and Kubernetes With the Turing Pi

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ONCE UPON A TIME, if you wanted to install a piece of software, you just stuck an executable file on your hard drive somewhere and went on your merry way. But as computers became more complex, so did installation procedures, which led to problems like "dependency hell," as different applications dueled over conflicting system configurations.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 17:29:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use Tor Tools to protect your Linux desktop privacy

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Tor Tools is an application indicator and GUI frontend for the Tor proxy client service and other technologies to make your Linux system totally private.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 18:30:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10-Year-Old PHP-FPM Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Discovered

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Security researchers are warning that a PHP-FPM local privilege escalation vulnerability impacting PHP could put millions of websites at risk. The vulnerability allows a low-privilege user to escalate his privileges to root using a bug in PHP-FPM.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 19:31:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Java JDK and JRE on Rocky Linux

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Java OpenJDK on the Rocky Linux system. I will show you different ways to install Java JDK and JRE and also how to set the Java default version for your development and production environment.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 20:47:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Install openSUSE Leap 15.3 Desktop – A Step By Step Guide

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This guide explains how to download the latest openSUSE version and how to install openSUSE Leap 15.3 desktop edition with screenshots.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 22:04:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: CudaText – cross-platform text editor

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CudaText is a free and open source native GUI text and source code editor. It’s a replacement for the discontinued SynWrite. CudaText is developed using Lazarus, a visual integrated development environment for rapid application development.

[#] Fri Oct 29 2021 23:20:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Systemd-Free Nitrux 1.7 Is Out Now with the Latest KDE Plasma 5.23 Desktop

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Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 1.7 as the latest version of this Debian-based and systemd-free GNU/Linux distribution for fans of the KDE Plasma desktop environment.

[#] Sat Oct 30 2021 00:36:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Developing VR on Fedora Workstation

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One area of computing that is rapidly evolving and becoming more and more popular is that of Virtual Reality and Augmented reality. Thanks to Valve there is full support for the HTC headsets under Linux, and thanks to community developers there is also work happening to support the Oculus headsets under Linux. In this interview Christian Schaller speaks with Jan Schmidt who is working on reverse engineering a driver for the Oculus Rift VR headset. They talk about the general state of VR under Linux, Jan’s use of Fedora Workstation, and his specific work on his driver.

[#] Sat Oct 30 2021 01:37:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install OpenLiteSpeed Webserver on Alma Linux 8

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OpenLiteSpeed is a web server that can be used to speed up dynamic content delivery. It also features a built-in caching system for static content. In this guide, we will walk you through the steps you need to take in order to install it on an AlmaLinux 8 system.

[#] Sat Oct 30 2021 02:53:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Windows Subsystem for Android: What's the point?

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Project Astoria – which evolved into Windows Subsystem for Linux – returns with its original intent. Hands on Microsoft has previewed the Subsystem for Android on Windows 11, and The Register took it for a spin.

[#] Sat Oct 30 2021 04:10:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Winter is Coming for CentOS 8

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Winter is Coming for CentOS 8—but here is how you can enjoy your holidays after all. The server environment is complex and if you're managing thousands of Linux servers, the last thing you want is for an operating system vendor to do something completely unexpected. That is exactly what Red Hat, the parent company of the CentOS Project, did when it suddenly announced a curtailment of support for CentOS 8 – sending thousands of organizations scrambling for an alternative.

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