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[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 15:16:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Hostname Command in Linux – 12 Examples with All Options

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Learn about hostname command in Linux with practical examples. It is commonly used to display Linux computer name or DNS domain name.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 16:17:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to easily switch from Chrome to Firefox

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There’s never been a better time to switch from Chrome to Firefox, if we do say so ourselves. Some of the internet’s most popular ad blockers, such as uBlock Origin — tools that save our digital sanity from video ads that auto-play, banners that take up half the screen and pop-up windows with infuriatingly tiny “x” buttons — will become inoperable on Google’s web browser thanks to a set of changes in Chrome’s extensions platform.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 17:18:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Display Public IP Address using Command-Line in Linux

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There are two ways to retrieve external/public IP addresses for your Linux server or system. The fastest method is by resolving the DNS (dig, host), and the other is by retrieving server data through the HTTP protocol (cURL, wget).

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 18:34:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install PhpMyAdmin with Free Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04

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phpMyAdmin is a free, open-source, and web-based application used for managing databases via a web browser. It provides a simple and user-friendly web interface that helps database administrators to query and manage MySQL and MariaDB databases.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 18:50:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Core brings real-time processing to Linux IoT

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Most of you know Ubuntu as a desktop operating system; others know it as an outstanding server Linux or as a tremendously popular cloud OS. But Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company, is also a serious player in the Internet of Things (IoT) arena. And with its latest IoT release, Ubuntu Core 22, Canonical brings real-time processing to the table.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 19:51:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: End-of-life smartphone? Penguins at postmarketOS aim to revive it

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A Linux distro for smartphones abandoned by their manufacturers, postmarketOS, has introduced in-place upgrades. Alpine Linux is a very minimal general-purpose distro that runs well on low-end kit, as The Reg FOSS desk found when we looked at version 3.16 last month. postmarketOS's – pmOS for short – version 22.06 is based on the same version.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 20:52:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How we use eBPF to observe OpenShift network metrics

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A network flow is the accumulated metrics (such as the number of packets or bytes) of the packets that pass a given observation point and share common properties (protocol, source/destination address, and port). OpenShift Network Observability is a tool that allows collecting, storing, and visualizing OpenShift clusters' network flows.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 21:53:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Thunderbird is coming to Android – in K-9 Mail form

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The cross platform email client Thunderbird is to launch an Android version, which will be based on the existing K-9 app. A month after Thunderbird's product manager, Ryan Lee Sipes, tweeted that a mobile version of the email client was "coming soon", the project has announced how it will do it.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 23:09:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A beginner's guide to cloud-native open source communities

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Some people think the cloud-native ecosystem has a high barrier to entry. At first glance, that looks like a logical assumption. Some of the technologies used in cloud-native projects are complex and challenging, if you're not familiar with them, so you might think you need proven expertise to get involved.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 00:10:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Vsftpd with SSL/TLS on Ubuntu 20.04

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Vsftpd ( Very Secure File Transfer Protocol Daemon ) is the default FTP server for Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, and RHEL Linux distributions.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 01:26:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Corel VideoStudio MyDVD

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Corel VideoStudio MyDVD is DVD authoring software. Make your menus more meaningful and use the powerful tools within VideoStudio MyDVD. It’s proprietary software. What are the best free and open source alternatives?

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 02:43:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: BeagleBone AI-64 comes with TDA4VM SoC from Texas Instruments

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The BeagleBoard community released a new BeagleBone board yesterday. The new model is called the BeagleBone AI-64 which builds on the BeagleBone AI SBC released a few years ago. The new Single Board Computer is equipped with the TDA4VM System on Chip (SoC) produced by Texas Instruments.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 03:59:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I use LibreOffice keyboard shortcuts

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I have used word processing software for as long as I can remember. When word processors moved from direct formatting to leveraging styles to change how text appears on the page, that was a big boost to my writing. LibreOffice provides a wide variety of styles that you can use to create all kinds of content. LibreOffice applies paragraph styles to blocks of text, such as body text, lists, and code samples. Character styles are similar, except that these styles apply to inline words or other short text inside a paragraph. Use the View -[he]gt[/he] Styles menu, or use the F11 keyboard shortcut, to bring up the Styles selector.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 05:16:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Error resolved: 1698 (28000) Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’

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This error is very common when you try to log in to your MySQL for the first time. Personally, I too faced this issue multiple times, maybe because we were not following the right way to install MySQL, or we forgot to set a password, or else we didn’t get the options to set a password. Similarly, there may be many other reasons for the above error, but the solution to this error is pretty simple and easy. In this article, you will find a way to resolve 1698 (28000) Access denied for user ‘root’@’localhost’.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 06:32:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LibreOffice 7.4 Is Now Available for Public Beta Testing, Here’s What to Expect

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The Document Foundation announced today the public beta availability of the LibreOffice 7.4 office suite two months ahead of the final release.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 07:48:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux: Part 3

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In Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux: Part 1 and Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux: Part 2 , we covered how a keylogger can be written for Linux in userland. Today, we will cover techniques to capture keyboard events in Linux kernel.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 08:51:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GIMP 2.10.32 Image Editor Comes with a Host of New Features

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GIMP has traditionally been recognized as one of the best free alternatives to professional image editing software such as Photoshop. The new GIMP 2.10.32 comes with support for 8 and 16-bit CMYK TIFF files, support for localized glyphs, and many other features. Here's what is new!

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 10:08:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install and Use Oh My Zsh Framework for Zsh on Linux

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In this tutorial we’ll explain what Oh My Zsh is, how to install it and how to use it to manage zsh extensions. We’ll explore some of the commands it comes with, how to change themes and plugins, and how to add a custom plugins, such as the popular zsh-autosuggestions plugin.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 11:27:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Adding secondary command buffers to PanVk

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Getting PanVk, an open source driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs, closer to conformancy by implementing one of the core Vulkan features: support for secondary command buffers.

[#] Thu Jun 16 2022 12:28:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tune it Up: Improving Redis Performance for Ampere A1 on Oracle Linux in OCI

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In this blog we investigate how to tune Oracle Linux (OL) for maximizing Redis throughput on Ampere’s A1 [1] Arm–based two-socket systems in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

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