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[#] Wed Nov 24 2021 18:54:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Amazon Linux 2022 Launched, Completely Re-based with Fedora

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Amazon Linux 2022 to be based upon Fedora Linux and available via AWS AMIs. We wrap up the announcement and express our views about this change in terms of FOSS ecosystem.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/11/amazon-linux-2022/

[#] Wed Nov 24 2021 20:10:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: 5 open source alternatives to Microsoft Exchange

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For decades, Microsoft Exchange has ruled the market for email and groupware services. This top dog dominates the corporate world, and the omnipresent Outlook mail client has become the de facto standard for groupware. Since Exchange is closely integrated with Microsoft's Office products, users have access to a wide variety of productivity software and features, whether they're using a desktop or a mobile client.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/open-source-alternatives-microsoft-exchange

[#] Wed Nov 24 2021 21:26:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Five data centers, 150TB images downloaded weekly, 1m+ cores – Now, that’s a storage challenge

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Challenges tend to bring people together. And that’s certainly the case when it comes to how Workday and Red Hat tackled the problem of scaling storage across the management software giant’s private cloud. Workday’s cloud runs across five data centers, with a compute core count that currently stands at 1 million and is doubling year on year, and handles 150TB of images downloaded weekly, during an extremely tight maintenance window.

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/11/24/storage_private_webinar/

[#] Wed Nov 24 2021 22:43:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Endless OS 4.0 Released as Long-Term Supported Series, Based on Debian Bullseye

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The Endless OS Foundation announced today the release of Endless OS 4.0, the latest version of their Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution featuring a simplified and streamlined user experience.

https://9to5linux.com/endless-os-4-0-released-as-long-term-supported-series-based-on-debian-bullseye

[#] Wed Nov 24 2021 23:59:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint vs Ubuntu In Less Than 10 Minutes

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Wondering which Linux distribution to choose between Linux Mint vs Ubuntu? The answer is mostly obvious.

https://fosspost.org/linux-mint-vs-ubuntu/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 01:15:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: PHP Established New Non-Commercial Organization PHP Foundation

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The reasons behind the establishment of the PHP Foundation is that one of the key contributors, Nikita Popov, has decided to switch his focus away from PHP to LLVM.

https://linuxiac.com/php-foundation/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 02:31:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: AWS embraces Fedora Linux for its cloud-based Amazon Linux

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By and large, the public cloud runs on Linux. Most users, even Microsoft Azure customers, run Linux on the cloud. In the case of market giant Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud provider will let you run many Linux distros or their own homebrew Linux, Amazon Linux. Now, AWS has released an early version of its next distro, Amazon Linux 3, which is based on Red Hat's community Linux, Fedora.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/aws-embraces-fedora-linux-for-its-cloud-based-amazon-linux/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 03:33:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are seeing work for mainline Linux kernel support

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The Google Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Pro are the first smartphones powered by the company’s in-house Tensor SoC. They also shipped with Android 12 out-of-the-box, and if you take a look at the kernel sources, you can find Linux kernel 5.10 under the hood. If you’ve already bought either device for the sake of aftermarket development, then you’ll be happy to know that Google has recently started populating a mainline Linux kernel 5.15 branch for the Pixel 6 family. What’s more interesting is that XDA Recognized Developer Freak07 has already managed to compile and boot the mainline kernel release for the device duo.

https://www.xda-developers.com/google-pixel-6-6-pro-mainline-linux-kernel-support/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 04:50:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Attackers Will Flock to Crypto Wallets, Linux in 2022: Podcast

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That’s just the start of what cyberattackers will zero in on as they pick up APT techniques to hurl more destructive ransomware & supply-chain attacks, says Fortinet’s Derek Manky.

https://threatpost.com/attackers-will-flock-to-crypto-wallets-linux-in-2022-podcast/176546/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 06:06:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Use lshw in Linux (With a Practical Example)

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What if there was a command which would let you, in an easy-to-read format, view all of the hardware in your Linux system? Welcome to lshw, the great tool often overlooked even by seasoned Linux professionals.

https://www.cloudsavvyit.com/14863/how-to-use-lshw-in-linux-with-a-practical-example/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 07:22:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: Proton 6.3-8 Brings Support for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Mass Effect Legendary Edition

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Valve released today Proton 6.3-8 as a new stable update to their open-source compatibility tool for Steam Play based on Wine that lets Linux users play Windows games on Steam.

https://9to5linux.com/proton-6-3-8-brings-support-for-marvels-guardians-of-the-galaxy-mass-effect-legendary-edition

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 08:38:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 22.04 Features and Release Date

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In this article you will learn about some Ubuntu 22.04 features of the upcoming Ubuntu stable release. Canonical’s latest iteration to the Ubuntu operating system is Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish, scheduled for release on April 21, 2022. This is an LTS (long term support) release – the type of release that Canonical only publishes every two years, and continues to support for the next five.

https://linuxconfig.org/ubuntu-22-04-features-and-release-date

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 09:56:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Icinga 2 on Ubuntu 20.04

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Icinga is an open-source and cross-platform monitoring tool that monitors network resources, generates performance data, sends notifications about outages and etc.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/how-to-install-icinga-2-on-ubuntu-20-04/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 11:12:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Zoom on Linux

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If you've been wondering whether you can install Zoom on Linux, we answer that here, showing how to install Zoom on Linux distributions.

https://www.maketecheasier.com/install-zoom-on-linux/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 12:13:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: $17 SBC runs Linux on Allwinner D1 RISC-V SoC

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Sipeed has launched a tiny, SoM-like “LicheeRV” SBC that runs Linux on an Allwinner D1 RISC-V SoC. The board supports standalone use, but is primarily intended to plug into upcoming “Lichee RV-86” panel PC and future carriers.

http://lxer.com/module/newswire/view/308178/index.html

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 13:29:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Top 15 articles sysadmins are thankful for

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Since its launch in June 2019, Enable Sysadmin has published close to 1,000 articles, yet there are a handful that our readers turn to, month after month.

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/top-sysadmin-articles

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 14:45:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: What are you thankful for at work?

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It's the time of year when we focus more intently on thanks and giving. Our community has shared what that means to them.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/what-are-you-thankful-work

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 16:07:57 EST from rss <>

Subject: Install Kubernetes Using Minikube In CentOS Linux

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This step by step guide explains how to install a single node Kubernetes cluster using Minikube in CentOS Linux systems.

https://ostechnix.com/install-kubernetes/

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 17:24:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tips for formatting when printing to console from C++

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When I started writing, I did it primarily for the purpose of documenting for myself. When it comes to programming, I[he]#039[/he]m incredibly forgetful, so I began to write down useful code snippets, special characteristics, and common mistakes in the programming languages I use. This article perfectly fits the original idea as it covers common use cases of formatting when printing to console from C++.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/c-stdcout-cheat-sheet

[#] Thu Nov 25 2021 18:25:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google’s Generic Kernel Image is the next step towards solving Android’s fragmentation problem

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Google has been working on reducing fragmentation on Android for years, though part of the cause of that is the inherent nature of Android and the dual-edged sword of choice and freedom. There are countless OEMs active in the space, and all of them want to make their own modifications for their own devices.

https://www.xda-developers.com/google-generic-kernel-image/

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