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[#] Wed Jun 01 2022 17:48:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Turkish Municipality Saves $1M By Migrating to Pardus Linux

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Today we’ll be showing the story of Eyupsultan municipality, which successfully migrated to Linux and open source with a project on-going since 2015.

[#] Wed Jun 01 2022 19:42:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 6.0 Is Finally Here with the Xfce 4.16 Desktop, Based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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Linux Lite developer Jerry Bezencon announced today the general availability for download of the Ubuntu-based Linux Lite 6.0 distribution, a major release that introduces new and updated apps, as well as new features and improvements.

[#] Wed Jun 01 2022 21:03:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Murena, the privacy-first Android smartphone, arrives

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Murena[he]#039[/he]s first smartphone release, the /e/OS-powered Murena One, tries to free you from Google.

[#] Wed Jun 01 2022 22:57:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What You Need to Know About Open-Source Software Security

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While allowing public access to the sensitive behind-the-scenes operation of a program sounds risky, open-source software actually has the potential to be even more secure than a program with hidden code. However, as with any type of software, vulnerabilities still exist and can present a serious security risk if they remain unidentified and unpatched. Open-source is software with publicly accessible code that anyone can view and contribute to, and forms the foundation of the Internet we use today. The popularity of open-source code is rising–not only are more programs using open-source code but a larger portion of the average software comes from open-source resources than ever.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 00:51:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Software-Only Setup to Diagnose QEMU SCSI Passthrough and Multipath Failover

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The SCSI passthrough over multipath is very commonly used in virtualization environments. The SCSI IO commands are forwarded from the virtual machine to the KVM hypervisor side storage via SG_IO. The KVM hypervisor side storage is always provied in a multipath configuration in order to facilitate high availability. Therefore, the developers may require a solution that allows them to quickly and efficiently setup an environment to diagnose and observe the behavior of virtio-scsi + QEMU + SG_IO + multipath + SCSI, e.g., how the path error is propagated to the virtual machine.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 02:28:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Flatpak Permissions Manager App Flatseal 1.8 Adds More Useful Options and Improvements

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Flatseal creator Martín Abente Lahaye announced today the release of Flatseal 1.8 as the latest stable release of this open-source application that lets you manage permissions of Flatpak apps on your GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 04:25:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 6.0 Comes with Updated Window Theme, Accessibility Improvements

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Linux Lite is a Linux distro based on Ubuntu that includes the ultra-lightweight Xfce desktop environment. The new major version Linux Light 6.0, is now available for download and usage, based on the newest Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release. Here’s what is new.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 06:19:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME Shell for Mobile: A Promising Start with Huge Expectations

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An editorial about the GNOME Shell and components for mobile phones in terms of the current state, progress and future.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 07:57:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Use When Conditional Statements In Ansible Playbooks

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This guide explains what is a conditional statement and how to use the when conditional statements in Ansible playbooks to evaluate conditions and run tasks based on the outcome.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 09:51:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Excellent Utilities: horcrux - file splitter with encryption and redundancy

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horcrux is an open source tool that’s designed to split files and keep them secure with encryption. This encryption doesn’t require remembering a passphrase or retaining a private key. Instead, the utility uses the Shamir Secret Sharing Scheme to break an encryption key into parts that can be recombined to create the original key, but only requiring a certain threshold to do so.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 11:45:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Xfce’s Apps Update for May 2022: New Releases of Xfce Terminal, Panel, and Task Manager

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The May 2022 issue of my exclusive “Xfce’s Apps Update” monthly roundup is here and it’s packed with news about the latest release of your favorite Xfce applications, plugins, and tools.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 12:01:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux desktops: KDE vs GNOME

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I'm an ardent KDE Plasma Desktop user, but at work I happily use GNOME. Without getting into the question of which desktop I'd take to a desert island (that happens to have a power outlet), I see the merits of both desktops, and I'd rather use either of them than non-open source desktop alternatives.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 13:22:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: MySQL vs SQLite vs PostgreSQL: Comparing the Relational Database Management Systems

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In this tutorial, we are going to explain the differences between relational database management systems such as MySQL, SQLite, and PostgreSQL.This type of relational database management system is used worldwide, based on relational models, where the information is stored in tables linked between with relations, making the data to be easily referenced.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 14:27:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: IBASE CMI211-989 houses Ryzen V2000 based Mini-ITX w/ quad DP displays

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IBASE Technology has launched an expandable embedded system that integrates their own MI989 Mini-ITX motherboard. The processor featured on this device is the AMD Ryzen Embedded V2000 (up to 4.15GHz) which is designed using the Zen 2 x86 core architecture (7nm process).

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 15:49:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 6.0 Arrives with Xfce 4.16 and Ditches Firefox for Chrome

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An article and coverage of the new major release Linux Lite 6.0 which brings Ubuntu 22.04 base, Xfce 4.16, a new theme and more.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 17:10:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A visual guide to Kubernetes networking fundamentals

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Networking within Kubernetes isn't so different from networking in the physical world. Remember networking basics, and you'll have no trouble enabling communication between containers, Pods, and Services.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 18:15:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME Desktop for Mobile Devices Looks Promising, Here’s What to Expect

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GNOME developer Jonas Dreßler shared recently some of the work that was put into advancing the mobile port of the GNOME desktop environment, specifically the GNOME Shell UI, as well as upcoming plans to make it on par with current offerings.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 19:36:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Happy third anniversary, Enable Sysadmin!

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In just three years, this community site "by sysadmins, for sysadmins" has given millions of people information to help them do their work better.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 20:41:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 6.0: It's quite pretty, but 'lite' it is not

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Linux Lite has been around since 2012 and version 6, codenamed "Fluorite", is one of the first Ubuntu-based distros to offer a version built on Ubuntu 22.04 "Jammy Jellyfish", released just last month.

[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 22:35:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: EnemyBot Linux Botnet Now Exploits Web Server, Android and CMS Vulnerabilities

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A nascent Linux-based botnet named Enemybot has expanded its capabilities to include recently disclosed security vulnerabilities in its arsenal to target web servers, Android devices, and content management systems (CMS).

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