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[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 04:07:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux tips for using cron to schedule tasks

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Making things happen on a regular and predictable schedule is important on computers. It[he]#039[/he]s important because, as humans, we can sometimes be bad at remembering to do things reliably because we get distracted, have too much on our minds, or we[he]#039[/he]re on holiday. Computers are really good at doing things on a schedule, but a human has to program the computer before the computer takes action.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 05:23:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Animate

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Animate is used to design vector graphics and animation for television series, online animation, websites, web applications, rich web applications, game development, commercials, and other interactive projects Adobe Animate is a multimedia authoring and computer animation program. What are the best free and open source alternatives?

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 06:39:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: The rise of the cloud data warehouse

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The cloud has a habit of transforming on-premises technologies that have existed for decades. It absorbed business applications that used to run exclusively on local servers. It embraced the databases they relied on, presenting an alternative to costly proprietary implementations. And it has also driven new efficiencies into one of the most venerable on-premises data analytics technologies of all: the data warehouse.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 07:40:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Uninstall Android Bloatware Without Root On Ubuntu Linux?

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When buying an Android smartphone, users may notice that there are some unwanted applications (bloatware), which are installed but cannot be removed, because these applications are installed in the system.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 10:29:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Getting Started With YAML

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YAML, stands for YAML ain’t markup language, is a data serialization language. In this tutorial, we will learn YAML basics with examples.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 11:45:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open Source Summit Japan 2021 Is All Virtual — Enjoy from Wherever You Are!

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Since Open Source Summit Japan will be all virtual again this year, meaning live access anywhere, we’ve made some picks and suggestions, as well as some observations.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 12:46:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: Understanding Standard I/O on Linux

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As you use Linux, you may come across references to "standard I/O," or "standard input," "standard output," and "standard error." What do these terms mean?

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 14:10:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Top 3 Open Source Math Software & Matlab Alternatives

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In today’s article, we’ll be seeing 3 of the best open source math software in the market.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 15:26:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE developer thinks they will become the 'Windows or Android' of the FOSS world

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KDE developer Nate Graham, who is known for writing the 'This week in KDE" blog posts keeping us up to speed on all the latest changes has a fresh update about plans for taking over the world, and Graham has some interesting things to say.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 16:43:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: What is Terraform and how to install and use it on AWS EC2

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Terraform is the "Infrastructure as Code (IaC)" tool. It is used to build, manage and change infrastructure in a safe and repeatable way. In this article we will see the steps to install Terraform on Ubuntu and use it to create a VPC on AWS cloud.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 17:28:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 943, 15 November 2021

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One of the great frustrations many Android and GNU/Linux users face is that it is difficult to get traditional desktop Linux applications running on Android and it's even less likely an Android application will run on Linux desktop distributions. There are a few projects which attempt to address this issue of applications built for different Linux-based ecosystems not being portable. One such project is called Waydroid.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 18:53:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi OS 11 Is Now Available: Here’s What’s New

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Approximately every two years, Debian releases a new stable version of its operating system, and the time has come again. And since Raspberry Pi OS is based on Debian, the developers release a new version every time Debian gets an LTS release. The latest update is here and packed full of useful changes.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 20:10:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Use APT with Proxy on Ubuntu and Debian

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Using a proxy server as an internet access intermediary is a common business scenario. This guide will show you how to set proxy for APT package manger so that you may be able to install and update packages from remote repos.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 21:11:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Upgrade To Raspberry Pi OS 11 Bullseye (From Buster)

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Raspberry Pi OS "Bullseye" (based on Debian 11 Bullseye) has been released recently, and this article covers the instructions for upgrading from the older Raspberry Pi OS Buster to this new Bullseye version. This should work with any Raspberry Pi model.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 22:27:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux 5.16's New Cluster Scheduling Is Causing Regression, Further Hurting Alder Lake

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Linux 5.16-rc1 is coming out later today and already I'm seeing some fallout in the new kernel's performance... In particular, bad news for Alder Lake that is already seeing the Linux performance trailing Windows 11 seemingly due to the lack of Thread Director integration right now in the kernel and any other missing optimizations around Intel's hybrid architecture.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 23:43:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Windows 11 Outperforms Linux With Alder Lake CPUs, Scheduler to Blame

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A report from Phoronix has revealed that Intel's Alder Lake CPUs perform much better in a Windows 11 environment than with Linux-based operating systems. The problem is related to issues with Linux's cluster scheduler, which isn't optimized for Alder Lake's hybrid architecture. That means that Alder Lake, which are now the new Best CPUs for gaming, are better suited for Windows 11 than Linux. That's somewhat surprising given that Linux typically outperforms all flavors of Windows.

[#] Tue Nov 16 2021 01:00:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Notepad++ on Linux

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Notepad++ is a popular source-code editor among Windows users. It supports close to 78 different programming language syntaxes and includes a ton of features to improve the text editing experience.

[#] Tue Nov 16 2021 02:17:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: This new mode puts Jazz Jackrabbit in the Doom engine

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Jazz Jackrabbit and Doom together? Can't say I ever expected that but Doom engine modders constantly surprise me. Jazz Jackrabbit Doom - Episode 1 is out now.

[#] Tue Nov 16 2021 03:21:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Drafts Plans For Retiring ARMv7 Support

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It's crazy to think it has already been ten years since Arm disclosed ARMv8 with 64-bit support. Given the success of ARMv8 (and Armv9 now on the way) and there not being much in the way of useful ARMv7 hardware in recent years and the like, Fedora has drafted plans for retiring its ARMv7 support.

[#] Tue Nov 16 2021 04:38:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Just Perfection GNOME Shell Extension v16 Released

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The popular GNOME Shell extension Just Perfection celebrates one year of successes with a brand new version. With Just Perfection you can change the visibility of almost all components of GNOME Shell, behavior tweaks and customize panels.

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