[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 16:06:30 EST from rss <>
Subject: 3-Years After Red Hat, Is Jim Whitehurst Still the ‘Open-Source Way’ Guy?
At an online media event held in early February, Red Hat’s former CEO talked about investing, open source, open governance, and of course, Red Hat.
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 17:22:45 EST from rss <>
Subject: Open Source Wireshark Network Protocol Analyzer (Finally) Gets its Own Foundation
The open source Wireshark network protocol analyzer has been used by networking professionals for the last two decades and today the technology is finally getting its own open source foundation.
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 18:43:05 EST from rss <>
Subject: 5 Best FOSS PDF editors for Ubuntu and Other Linux
We list the best free & open-source PDF editors for Ubuntu and other Linux distros. And compare them based on their PDF editing capabilities.
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 19:59:20 EST from rss <>
Subject: yewtube Is A Feature Packed Terminal Based YouTube Player
yewtube is a command-line tool to search, browse, and play YouTube videos directly from your terminal, for Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows. It uses no API keys, and it can play audio only or audio/video using a third-party media player like VLC, mpv or mplayer, with lots of features on top.
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 21:01:21 EST from rss <>
Subject: How to Install CryptPad Collaborative Office Suite on Ubuntu 22.04
Cryptpad is an open-source collaborative office suite that serves as an alternative to Office 365. It allows you to access office applications via the web browser. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the Cryptpad suite on a Ubuntu 22.04 server.
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 22:19:38 EST from rss <>
Subject: FFmpeg 6.0 releases with new Radiance HDR image and WBMP support
Learn about the new features in FFmpeg 6.0, including video and audio processing, codec enhancements, and compression improvements
[#] Wed Mar 01 2023 23:35:54 EST from rss <>
Subject: 4 cool new projects to try in Copr for March 2023
This article introduces four new projects available in Copr, with installation instructions. Copr is a build-system for anyone in the Fedora community. It hosts thousands of projects for various purposes and audiences. Some of them should never be installed by anyone, some are already being transitioned to the official Fedora Linux repositories, and the rest are […]
[#] Thu Mar 02 2023 00:52:09 EST from rss <>
Subject: How to Install Redis on Rocky Linux
A comprehensive guide on how to install Redis on Rocky Linux 9 or 8
[#] Thu Mar 02 2023 02:10:26 EST from rss <>
Subject: How to Install Docker on Linux Mint 21: A Step-by-Step Guide
Follow our step-by-step guide to easily install Docker on your Linux Mint 21 system and start containerizing your applications.
[#] Thu Mar 02 2023 03:12:46 EST from rss <>
Subject: Install MySQL 8.0 on Rocky Linux 9/8 - Step-by-Step Guide
This tutorial will guide you through installing MySQL 8.0 on your Rocky Linux 9 or 8 server. Follow the step-by-step instructions to get MySQL up and running on your system.