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[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 09:07:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME Is the Winner of Microsoft’s FOSS Fund for May 2022

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Whether it comes as a surprise to many of you, Microsoft is paying close attention to open source. Microsoft’s FOSS Fund program provides $10,000 to sponsor open source projects. For May, the award will go to GNOME.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 10:08:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use the SSH Config File

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The SSH Config File is a text file that contains configuration information for your SSH client, such as the hostname of the server you are connecting to, your username, and your private key file. In this tutorial we will learn by examples how to use the SSH config file to modify and simplify our networking needs using Linux.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 10:54:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux NFS Mount Entry in fstab (/etc/fstab) with Example

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Learn here how to mount NFS filesystem in /etc/fstab file in Linux. Check what options fstab has to mount to NFS for better performance.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 11:55:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Proton 7.0-3 Release Boosts Linux, Steam Deck Game Compatibility, but Will It Entice Gamers to Switch to Linux?

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Valve Software, the creator of the popular Steam PC gaming platform and hit titles like Half-Life and Portal, has announced the release of Proton 7.0-3, improving Linux compatibility with Windows games. The release will enhance the Steam Deck's compatibility with existing games.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 12:56:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Starship Troopers: Terran Command on Steam Deck and Linux — a quick guide

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Starship Troopers: Terran Command [Humble Store / Steam] just released from The Artistocrats and Slitherine Ltd. but getting it on running on Linux desktop or Steam Deck requires a few steps. Video steps at the bottom if you prefer that.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 14:43:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: MediaTek Genio 1200 Linux system-on-module powers Cortex-A78/A55 AIoT development kit

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ADLINK Technology has just unveiled the SMARC 2.1 compliant LEC-MTK-I12000 system-on-module (SoM) powered by MediaTek Genio 1200 octa-core Cortex-A78/A55 AIoT processor coupled with up to 8GB RAM and 256GB UFS storage, as well as the I-Pi SMARC 1200 development kit designed for robotics and AIoT applications.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 16:14:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Android kernel mitigations obstacle race

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In this post I’ll exploit CVE-2022-22057, a use-after-free in the Qualcomm gpu kernel driver, to gain root and disable SELinux from the untrusted app sandbox on a Samsung Z flip 3. I’ll look at various mitigations that are implemented on modern Android devices and how they affect the exploit.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 18:16:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Using a Tablet as a Second Monitor in Ubuntu is Actually Pretty Easy

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I’m surprised just how easy it is to use an iPad or an Android tablet as a second monitor with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Not just “access your desktop” but “use it to extend your desktop” as though it were a regular, physically connected external monitor.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 20:03:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New Audio Plugin Standard, CLAP, Offers Open Source Alternative To VST & AU

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Bitwig and u-he have announced CLAP (CLever Audio Plug-in API), a new open standard for audio plug-ins and hosts. CLAP offers modern features, innate stability, and rapid support for plug-in and host developers. The developers say that, since it’s open source and liberally licensed, CLAP is a safe bet for the future.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 21:51:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to install the Unbound DNS resolver on Ubuntu 22.04

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Unbound is a free and open-source recursive and validating DNS caching server, which uses DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS to encrypt connections. Unbound is much faster than Bind9 and can help to reduce the loading time of web pages and other calls that require DNS resolution. Unbound also supports DNSSEC validation, so it can serve as a trust anchor on your network.

[#] Fri Jun 17 2022 23:37:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 Ways to Find Out Your IP address in Linux

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The IP (Internet Protocol) address is a global standard for assigning unique 32/128-bit hexadecimal values to network-attached devices for identification on the local/global network.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 01:24:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: timg – Terminal Image and Video Viewer

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timg is a small command-line program to view images from the terminal. Not only does it display images in a terminal, it also supports the Kitty Graphics Protocol. This allows you to view high resolution images direct in a terminal. And the software also lets you watch animations and videos within the terminal.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 03:11:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Adaptable Linux Platform (ALP) May Replace openSUSE Leap

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The openSUSE Leap and Enterprise may get replaced by the Adatable Linux Platform (ALP) and Leap may get discuontinued.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 04:58:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Ncdu for Better Overview of Disk Usage in Linux

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The default disk usage command from UNIX based system summarizes directories on trees’ sizes, so it includes all their contents and individual files sizes.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 06:45:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Canonical Releases New Ubuntu Kernel Updates to Patch Intel “MMIO Stale Data” Flaws

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Canonical published today a new set of Linux kernel security updates for all supported Ubuntu releases to address the recently disclosed “MMIO stale data” vulnerabilities discovered in some Intel processors.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 08:47:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What scrum masters can learn from dancing

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Many scrum masters have an obsession with quickly turning their teams into what they want them to be. Once their expectations are not met within some arbitrary time limit, or someone resists their ideas, then the fight begins.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 10:36:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Workstation’s State of Gaming – A Case Study of Far Cry 5 (2018)

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This article compares and contrasts various performance metrics between Fedora Workstation 35 and Windows 10 Pro 21H2 while running the 2018 game Far Cry 5.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 12:23:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Backup Proxmox Containers And Virtual Machines To USB Drive

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This guide explains how to backup Proxmox containers and virtual machines to an external USB drive and how to restore them from the backup via Proxmox web UI.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 14:09:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Matrix Synapse on Ubuntu 20.04

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Matrix Synapse is an open-source chat application written in Python, used for real-time communication for VOIP services and instant messaging.

[#] Sat Jun 18 2022 15:56:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Display History with Date and Time in Linux

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The history command is one of the essential utilities for the Linux administrator, usually used to track all the shell commands you execute in a series.When you execute the command, the shell captures it and then stores it in the separate file of the user’s home directory at ~/.bash_history. When the history command is executed, it fetches the data from this file and displays it as an output with the command and ID on the terminal screen.

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