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[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 02:09:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: No formal certifications? CUE the Ubuntu skills testing scheme

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Canonical is working on a new way to prove to employers you know your stuff. Ubuntu Summit Canonical is working on a new training and skills-testing scheme, currently codenamed CUE, to help people without formal certifications to show that they've got what it takes.…

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 03:40:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Count the Number of Files in a Directory on Linux

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In this beginner-friendly tutorial, we’re going to show you how to count the number of files in a directory on Linux (any distro)

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 05:12:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: With Linode, Akamai expands into edge cloud computing development

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The market-leading content delivery network has big plans for Linode[he]#039[/he]s infrastructure-as-a-service cloud.

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 08:18:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: Drop swap for zram on Linux

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Zram was originally called "compcache," which stands for "compressed cache." It turns out that zram is a tool for creating an in-RAM compressed cache, specifically for use as swap space. But Why?

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 11:12:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.7 arrives

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If RHEL is at the heart of your business, then this latest upgrade might be just what you need.

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 13:46:46 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Planner

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Microsoft Planner is a planning application available on the Microsoft 365 platform. The software lets users create Kanban boards using content-rich tasks with features including files, checklists, and labels.

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 16:08:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Users Can Now Enjoy MS Teams as a Progressive Web App

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Linux users who rely on Microsoft Teams for collaboration and communication can now take advantage of the app’s full functionality. Here's how!

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 18:29:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Nessus Security Scanner on Ubuntu 22.04

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Nessus is an open-source network vulnerability scanner for vulnerability assessments and penetration testing. In this guide, you will install Nessus on an Ubuntu 22.04 server. You will also learn how to set up the Nessus command line 'nessuscli' which allows you to manage Nessus from the command-line terminal.

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 20:51:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to switch from Twitter to Mastodon

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Like many people, I find social media somewhat exciting and also...a bit much. Sometimes you get deep-fried in algorithms, tracking data, and ads catered especially for you. You lack administrative control over what you want to see, especially on the old platforms many of us are used to. As usual, you must look to open source to fix the problem. And that's exactly what Mastodon, an open source microblogging community, does.

[#] Fri Nov 11 2022 23:11:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: $60.00 Orange Pi 5 SBC available for pre-order

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A few days ago, Orange Pi announced their new Single Board Computer based on the Octa-core Rockchip RK3588S SoC. Starting at $60, the new Orange Pi 5 includes up to 32GB RAM, 8K@ 60fps display support, one M.2 module for NVMe SSD. The new Orange Pi 5 implements the 8nm Rockchip RK3588S seen in other […]

[#] Sat Nov 12 2022 01:32:06 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Google Chrome Stable, Beta or Nightly on Fedora 37/36/35

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Commands to install Google Chrome on your Fedora desktop with three builds to select from.

[#] Sat Nov 12 2022 04:06:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to get started programming in Go

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A few years ago, I was working on a project, and I couldn't use Perl due to these limitations. I needed a new language. That's when I found Go.

[#] Sat Nov 12 2022 10:20:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Packages from AUR in Arch Linux Beginner's Guide

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A simple tutorial for beginner's explains how to set up AUR packages in Arch Linux using yay helper utility and install packages.

[#] Sat Nov 12 2022 12:53:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn Python: 7 of my favorite resources

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I found Codium, a community project built around VS Code.Now I want to share the VS Codium experience with my students and open their understanding of Python beyond the Turtle module. This zest for learning has me looking for training resources that are open source and freely available on the internet.

[#] Sat Nov 12 2022 15:14:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: 2 Ways to Install Nvidia Drivers on Debian 11 or 10

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The following tutorial will teach you how to install Nvidia Graphic Drivers with either the Debian repo or, for users seeking the latest release, the Nvidia repository, which offers proprietary or use the newly available open-source drivers.

[#] Sun Nov 13 2022 10:08:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 23.04 “Lunar Lobster” Release Date Slated for April 20th, 2023

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The development cycle of the next Ubuntu Linux release, Ubuntu 23.04, is now officially open and the Ubuntu team published an official release date and complete release schedule with all the details you need to know.

[#] Sun Nov 13 2022 12:46:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: 10 Awesome KDE Apps for Everyone Part 3

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List of ten awesome KDE apps across various functionalities which are definitely going to help you for your workflow.

[#] Sun Nov 13 2022 15:04:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.7 Is Officially Out with New Capabilities and System Roles

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Red Hat released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.7 as the latest update to their Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 operating system series to bring more new features, updated components, and other changes.

[#] Sun Nov 13 2022 17:25:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use a hashmap in Java

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In the Java programming language, a hashmap is a list of associated values. Java uses hashmaps to store data. If you keep a lot of structured data, it's useful to know the various retrieval methods available.

[#] Sun Nov 13 2022 19:45:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: EasyOS Dunfell-series version 4.5 released

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EasyOS is an experimental Linux distribution, now reached milestone release 4.5

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