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[#] Tue Nov 09 2021 22:59:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: New Raspberry Pi OS Includes Hidden Speed Boost and 64-Bit Option

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The latest Raspberry Pi OS has today been announced, and it sees a number of changes under-the-hood, and a few that will be noticeable by end users. Chiefly, a new window manager, "mutter" which requires Raspberry Pi models with 2GB of RAM of greater. In a hidden bonus, YouTuber Jeff Geerling has confirmed that some Raspberry Pi 4 owners may see a speed boost built-in to the latest release and a possible new 64-bit release.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 00:00:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Getting Started with Docker: Portainer CE

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Portainer CE is a lightweight and easy to use management UI that lets us easily manage our different Docker environments. Its simple graphical interface is accessed with a web browser. The community edition is free and open source software.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 01:16:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to package your Python code

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You've spent weeks perfecting your code. You've tested it and sent it to some close developer friends for quality assurance. You've posted all the source code on your personal Git server, and you've received helpful bug reports from a few brave early adopters. And now you're ready to make your Python code available to the world.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 02:32:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tor Browser 11 Anonymous Web Browser Released with New Look and Feel

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The Tor Project announced today the release and general availability of Tor Browser 11.0, the latest and greatest stable version of their anonymous web browser based on Mozilla Firefox and the Tor project.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 03:49:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: Geniatech Unveils New 4K-Capable Raspberry Pi Alternative

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Two new boards in the Raspberry Pi form factor have appeared from Geniatech. Equipped with Amlogic processors, the XPI-S905X2 and XPI-S905X3, as spotted by CNX Software, claim 4K video playback capability.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 05:05:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: LXD 4.20 Containers Released, Provides Ability for Live Migration

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LXD is a next generation system container manager. LXD 4.20 users will be happy to see in this release the initial implementation of live migration and core scheduling support.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 06:21:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Felt Qt (might delete later)*: Two non-Gtk Linux desktops have put out new versions

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TDE releases 14.0.11 and LXQt hits 1.0. There are loads of Linux desktops to choose from, but the majority use some version of GNOME's Gtk. Only a handful favour the Qt toolkit, and two of them just released new versions.…

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 07:38:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.23.3 Further Improves the Wayland Session, Ports Plasma 5.24’s Focus Ring Feature

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The KDE Project announced today the release and general availability of the KDE Plasma 5.23.3 update to the latest and greatest KDE Plasma 5.23 desktop environment series.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 08:54:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: A quick cross-file comparison with AWK

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I really like AWK. It allows me to do simple, effective, ad hoc processing of data files, as this post will demonstrate. If AWK was a football club I'd be an ardent supporter: "Carn the mighty AWK!"

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 09:55:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: In Case You Missed It: Zephyr LTS V2 Release

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Here we are – 2 ½ years since the release of Zephyr Long Term Support (LTS) V1. In what seems like the blink of an eye, Linux has turned 30 and has gone where no penguin has gone before. Some may forget that the Zephyr Real-Time Operating System went to space, too (albeit under a different name). Meanwhile, here on Earth, the Zephyr Project received 26,845 commits, 1,764,230 lines of code added, and published ten tagged releases since the LTS V1.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 10:57:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Kali Linux vs. BackBox vs. Parrot OS: Which One Should You Choose?

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When it comes to digital security, you could either trust that everything is protected or confirm this for yourself. You might even be the person other people go to, to confirm their security for them. Either way, a Linux distribution focused on penetration testing provides the tools you need for the job.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 12:13:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Publisher

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Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing application. Its focus is placed on page layout and design rather than text composition and proofing. It’s expensive and proprietary. What are the best free and open source alternatives?

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 13:29:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: In Case You Missed It: State of the Open Mainframe 2021

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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, […]

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 14:46:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Delete unused EBS (Elastic Block Storage) Volumes on AWS using a Lambda Function

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Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) is an easy-to-use, high-performance block storage service. It is like an external disk that can be attached to an EC2 Instance and used to store our data on it. This tutorial shows how to write a Lambda Function to delete Unused EBS Volumes.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 16:02:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Complaints from the GNOME team have caused a System76 maintainer to stop work on Linux desktop development

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A core member of the GNOME team has accused System76 of being "a case study on how not to collaborate with upstream" following confirmation that the Linux PC vendor is working on a new desktop built with Rust.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 17:18:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux 35 is now available at Vexxhost

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Check it out! Vexxhost offers an open-source cloud with OpenStack under the hood. You can deploy Fedora Linux on cloud infrastructure in Canada, the United States, and the Netherlands.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 18:13:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: How Knative unleashes the power of serverless

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Knative is an open source project based on the Kubernetes platform for building, deploying, and managing serverless workloads that run in the cloud, on-premises, or in a third-party data center. Google originally started it with contributions from more than 50 companies. Knative allows you to build modern applications which are container-based and source-code-oriented.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 19:31:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Apache Maven on Debian 11

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Apache Maven is a build tool used to manage project builds. Maven understands the structure of a project and can automate many processes, reducing your time to release.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 20:47:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Transfer files between your phone and Linux with this open source tool

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Are you looking for a way to quickly copy files from your iPhone or Android mobile device to your Linux computer or from your Linux computer to your devices? I recently discovered an open source application that[he]#039[/he]s easy to install and makes transferring files as simple as a QR code.

[#] Wed Nov 10 2021 22:04:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Keep calm and learn Rust: We'll be seeing a lot more of the language in Linux very soon

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To become a Linux developer, you used to need C as your passport. Now Rust can let you be an OS programmer as well. The joke goes: "C combines the power and performance of assembly language with the flexibility and ease-of-use of assembly language." Having programmed in both C and IBM 360 Assembler – it was a long time ago, OK – there's something to that. Because of its power, performance, and portability, C became the operating system language of choice, including, of course, Linux.

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