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[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 06:38:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Verification CLT via flask && matplotlib

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Central limit theorems (CLT) are a class of theorems in probability theory stating that the sum of a sufficiently large number of weakly dependent random variables that have approximately the same scale (none of the terms dominates, does not make a decisive contribution to the sum), has a distribution close to normal.

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 08:55:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 37 Default Wallpaper Looks Refreshing

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Take a quick look at the Fedora 37 default wallpaper, which features a night and dark theme with a nature theme.

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 10:59:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use the rsync Command

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One of my favorite utilities on the Linux command-line, and block storage is one of my favorite features on Linode's platform, so in this article I get to combine both of these together - because what I'm going to be doing is show you how to use rsync to copy data from one server to another, in the form of a backup. What's really cool about this, is that this example will utilize block storage.

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 13:19:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How a WAF Could Improve the Security of Your Linux Web Applications

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The use of Web Applications is growing amongst businesses, however, that also makes these businesses a target for Cyber Criminals to attack. If there are vulnerabilities within your Web Application, then that means there is a flaw that attackers may exploit to really wreak some havoc to an individual, small business, or even large corporations alike.

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 15:21:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to fix a read-only NTFS partition on Linux?

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Over the past ten years of Linux usage, I have frequently switched from Windows to Linux without properly restarting the Microsoft OS, which has caused me problems with NTFS/Windows partitions. To fix these problems, I was obliged to restart my Linux distro so that I could reboot the "hibernated Windows OS"; it was annoying...

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 17:40:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: An Early Look at Fedora Linux 37 on Raspberry Pi 4

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Fedora Linux 37 will be available later this fall and promises many new features and enhancements, including official support for Raspberry Pi 4 devices. Here’s an early look!

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 19:44:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Focal user? Expect a Jammy upgrade popup soon

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If you're on the HWE stack, you'll get the Jammy kernel. Ubuntu 20.04 is nowhere near end of life, but 22.04 is starting to hit its stride.…

[#] Thu Aug 04 2022 22:02:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A back-to-school checklist for online safety

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The first day of school is right around the corner. Whether that brings some relief, gives you jitters or both, we’re here to support families with one major thing: internet safety.   For parents, thinking about the dangers of the web can be scary. But it doesn’t have to be. While the internet isn’t perfect, it’s […]

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 00:05:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Krita 5.1 Is Close to Final Release, RC1 Is Available for Testing

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Krita is a popular digital painting tool available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, but it is best known for its Linux support. So, are you curious about Krita 5.1? Then, take a sneak peek at what’s coming in the next major version of this free drawing software.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 02:24:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Remove White Space from the File Name in Linux

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Not able to access or open file because of white space in file name? Then you can remove the white space from the file name by following three different method .

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 04:28:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I installed ChromeOS Flex in 30 minutes

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Want to easily give your old PC a new life? Here[he]#039[/he]s how to do it with Google[he]#039[/he]s ChromeOS Flex.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 06:45:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Unity 22.04.1 Released with the Latest Unity 7.6 Desktop Environment

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Ubuntu Unity developer Rudra Saraswat released today Ubuntu Unity 22.04.1 as the first point release to the latest Ubuntu Unity 22.04 operating system series as part of the upstream Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) point release planned for later today.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 09:04:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The many derivatives of the CP/M operating system

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After a long and surprisingly varied dynasty, it's possible they're all FOSS now. Its new licence says that "CP/M and its derivatives" are free for anyone to modify and redistribute. But which derivatives?…

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 11:08:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Lengthen the life of your hardware with Linux

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Sustainability is an increasingly important problem when it comes to computing. Reduce, reuse, recycle is a popular motto for environmentally responsible consumption, but applying that to your computer hardware can be challenging.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 13:26:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 ways to take screenshots on Linux

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When writing about open source software, I prefer to show a few screenshots to help demonstrate what I'm talking about. As the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. If you can show a thing, that's often better than merely trying to describe it. There are a few ways you can take screenshots in Linux. Here are three methods I use to capture screenshots on Linux.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 15:28:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Neos CMS on Ubuntu 22.04

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In this tutorial, we are going to install Neos CMS on Ubuntu 22.04 OS. Neos CMS is an open-source Content Management System that allows developers and users to build their websites in a couple of steps quickly.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 17:46:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use Chroot in Linux and Fix Your Broken System

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With chroot, you can create an isolated filesystem inside your primary filesystem. Learn how to use Chroot in Linux to fix a broken system.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 19:50:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9 Years Later, Slax Linux Has Found Its Way Back Home

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Slax is a portable and fast Linux operating system with a modular architecture and beautiful design that can be operated from a USB stick. Now, nine years later, Slax is back to its origins based on Slackware 15, which was released half a year ago.

[#] Fri Aug 05 2022 22:07:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 20.3 Users Can Now Upgrade to Linux Mint 21, Here’s How

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The upgrade path from Linux Mint 20.3 “Una” to Linux Mint 21 “Vanessa” is now open to finally allow users to upgrade their installations to the latest and greatest release of the popular Ubuntu-based distribution.

[#] Sat Aug 06 2022 00:24:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mini PC packs Intel’s 10th Gen processors and dual GbE ports

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The N10 is the latest Mini PC Nano from Weibu. The N10 accommodates the Coffee Lake-U or the Comet Lake-U processor from Intel. The company also plans to release a model with Intel’s 12th Gen processors by late September. The motherboard comes in a Nano ITX (123 x 134mm) form factor and integrates the following […]

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