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[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 12:14:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Alma and Rocky Linux release 8.5 builds, Rocky catches up with secure boot

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AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux, both of which provide community builds of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), have released builds matching RHEL 8.5, with Rocky's work catching up with Alma by being signed for secure boot. Would-be CentOS replacements AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux track RHEL closely, and differ from CentOS Stream in that they aim to be binary compatible with RHEL, whereas CentOS Stream is upstream of Red Hat's commercial distribution.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 13:15:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Going Beyond Source Code in 2021?: ?Joint Development Foundation and Open Standards Efforts

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In 2019, the Linux Foundation added the Joint Development Foundation (JDF) to its family of project communities to build upon its existing body of specification work. The addition of JDF to the Linux Foundation brought with it a unique but straightforward process that allows new projects to form quickly and collaborate under a standardized set of governance principles that ensure the resulting specification can be implemented with open source licenses. %e2%80%ad-%e2%80%acjoint-development-foundation-and-open-standards-efforts/

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 14:16:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Clapper – GNOME media player built using GJS with GTK4 toolkit

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Clapper is a GNOME media player. It’s built using GJS (GNOME JavaScript bindings) with the GTK4 toolkit so you’ll see some of the new GTK4 features in action. The media player uses GStreamer as a media backend and renders everything via OpenGL.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 15:17:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Magento 2.4.3 on Ubuntu 20.04

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Magento is a highly popular open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. It is completely customizable to every user’s requirements, thus allowing them to create and launch a fully functional online store in minutes, making it an excellent choice for businesses looking to have an online shop set up without hassle.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 16:34:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: From Godot to RPM

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Godot is a well known open source game engine. Both open source and closed source games use the system. The Godot packages for Fedora run these games but no RPM package examples exist. Learn how to package Godot games for Fedora Linux.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 17:50:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: 3 interesting ways to use the Linux cowsay command

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Most of the time, a terminal is a productivity powerhouse. But there's more to the terminal than commands and configurations. Among all the outstanding open source software out there, some of it has been written just for fun. I've written about fun commands before, but this article is about just one: the venerable cowsay command.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 19:06:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Unsplash Wallpapers is an Unsplash Desktop Open Source App

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Unsplash Wallpapers is a nifty open source tool for automatic changing of wallpapers.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 20:22:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MariaDB 10.7 on Ubuntu 20.04

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install MariaDB 10.7 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 21:39:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tux’s Favorite Recipes: Enticing Snippets from the New ‘Linux Cookbook, 2nd Edition’

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The recipes that Carla Shroder shares here only begin to scratch the surface of what’s to be found in the Second Edition of her classic guide to Linux. If it was up to us, however, we would have called it “The Joy of Linux”.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 22:40:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Safeguard Your Email Address from Spam Using Firefox Relay. Here's How.

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You can now protect your email addresses from spammers using Firefox Relay with premium service + unlimited aliases. Everything you need to know.

[#] Wed Nov 17 2021 23:56:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Cinnamon 5.2 Desktop Environment Released, This Is What’s New

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Five and a half months after the release of Cinnamon 5.0, Linux Mint’s flagship desktop environment has been updated to version 5.2, a major release that comes with new features and many enhancements.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 01:12:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: Two Methods on How to Install Python 3.11 on Ubuntu 20.04

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In the following tutorial, developers or users wanting to try out Python’s latest release 3.11, will learn how to install Python 3.11 pre-release using two different methods.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 02:13:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Find All Files Containing Specific Text On Linux From The Command Line

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This article explains how to find all files containing specific text on Linux. For this we'll use grep, a standard Unix program.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 03:30:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Desktop Team Leader reports "proof of concept" systemd on Windows Subsystem for Linux

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Canonical may be working on introducing systemd to Ubuntu on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), according to a post by Ubuntu Desktop Team Technical Leader Didier Roche.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 04:46:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft GitHub Exposé — Part VI — The Media Has Mischaracterised Nat Friedman’s Departure (Effective Now)

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We take another detour to discuss the poor state of journalism, which is mostly amplifying self-serving statements from corporations, without ever bothering to properly investigate the facts

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 06:02:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to create an SQS Queue on AWS

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Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a managed message queuing service of AWS which enables us to decouple and scale microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 07:19:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Linux desktops for beginners 2021

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Some people still insist that using Linux is hard. Sure, it was difficult -- when I started with the Linux desktop back in the 1990s. But that was a long time ago. Today, the easiest desktop of all, Chrome OS, is simply Linux with the Chrome web browser on top of it. The more full-featured Linux desktop distributions are as easy to use in 2021 as Windows or macOS.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 08:22:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: VMware pulls vSphere update that only made things worse

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So this is awkward for VMware. The virtualization giant has pulled an update to its flagship vSphere suite because it didn't fix the problems it was released to address, and may have made them worse.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 09:38:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: Mesa 21.3 Graphics Stack Is Here with Zink, RADV, and Panfrost Improvements

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Eric Engestrom announced today the release and general availability of Mesa 21.3 as the third major update to the latest and greatest Mesa 21 open-source graphics stack series for GNU/Linux distributions.

[#] Thu Nov 18 2021 10:54:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu desktop team reports 'proof of concept' systemd on Windows Subsystem for Linux

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Stop the rock, can't stop the rock, we can't stop the rock. Canonical may be working on introducing systemd to Ubuntu on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), according to a post by Ubuntu Desktop Team Technical Leader Didier Roche.…

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