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[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 03:54:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Using OpenSearch in Fedora Linux

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OpenSearch is Amazon’s open-source search engine and analytics suite. Individuals, businesses, and organizations can use the service to search for a wide range of information and use visualization tools to better understand user behavior and search trends. This article will discuss how you can use OpenSearch in Fedora Linux. Prerequisites A Linux Distribution (Fedora OS) […]

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 06:17:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: Mastering the Linux CLI: why GUI tools aren't enough

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In today's world of computer technology, there is a constant battle between graphical user interface (GUI) and command line tools. While GUI tools are often easier to use and have a more intuitive user experience, they can fall short when it comes to more complex tasks. This article will explore why mastering the command line is essential for any computer user, explaining the benefits of using a command line over GUI tools and demonstrating why GUI tools are not enough for certain tasks.

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 08:38:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure a JupyterLab Environment on Rocky Linux 9

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JupyterLab is a next-generation web-based development environment for Project Jupyter. Project Jupyter was developed with the goal to develop open-source, open standards, and services for interactive computing across multiple programming languages.

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 11:03:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: You Can Now Install Linux Kernel 6.1 on Ubuntu, Here’s How

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Finally! You can now install the latest and greatest Linux 6.1 kernel series on your Ubuntu Linux computers, or on an Ubuntu-based distribution that’s based on a supported Ubuntu release. Here’s how!

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 13:25:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva’s Rolling Release, ROME: Mostly Ready for Prime Time

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The folks at OpenMandriva say that with this release, the new rolling release option, ROME, is ready enough for most use cases, although production users should wait for the “all clear.”

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 15:48:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Wireguard VPN on Debian 11

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Wireguard is a free and open-source VPN protocol alternative to IPSec, IKEv2, and OpenVPN. Wiruguard is designed for Linux and Unix operating systems, it runs on Linux kernel space, which makes the Wireguard faster and more reliable. In this tutorial, you will install and set up a VPN server via Wireguard on Debian 11 servers.

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 18:11:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Setup and Enable WhatsApp Proxy on Linux

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When you are cut off from your loved ones for an extended period of time, how do you think you will feel? I mean, it’s bad, right? To solve this problem, WhatsApp made a feature called “WhatsApp proxy,” which lets you talk to your loved ones even if the government blocks or disrupts the connection.

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 20:33:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi launches new camera modules

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Raspberry Pi just launched four variants of camera modules based on the Sony IMX708 12MP sensor with HDR and autofocus. The new Camera Module 3 is also available in Wide and NoIR variants to target different applications. According to the product brief, all these modules feature a back-illuminated and stacked CMOS 12MP Sony IMX708 sensor. […]

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 22:56:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: A guide to strings in MySQL

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Strings are one of the most common data types you will use in MySQL. Many users insert and read strings in their databases without thinking too much about them. This article aims to give you a bit of a deep dive into how MySQL stores and displays your string variables so that you can have better control over your data.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 01:21:07 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Rust Programming Language on Ubuntu 22.04

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The Rust programming language has been adopted by hundreds of big companies in production environments. This tutorial will guide you through installing Rust Programming Language on a Ubuntu 22.04 machine.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 03:40:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Vanilla OS 22.10 Review: Ambitious Linux Distro for Tech-Savvy Users

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A detailed deep-dive review of Vanilla OS 22.10 "Kinetic" - arrives with a stock Ubuntu and GNOME experience.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 06:16:57 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install VS Code on Linux Mint in 5 Easy Steps

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This guide will walk you through installing Visual Studio Code on Linux Mint from the official Microsoft VS Code repository. So, whether you’re a beginner or an experienced user, these instructions will help you get up and running with VS Code on your Linux Mint system in no time.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 08:38:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Varnish Cache on Debian 11

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Varnish Cache is an open-source, powerful, and one of the most popular HTTP accelerators used by over 3.4 million websites. This post will show you how to install the Varnish Cache with Apache on Debian 11.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 10:59:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: How often do you have to reboot your Linux server?

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Are you tired of constantly having to reboot your servers to fix issues or apply updates? You’re not alone. Server maintenance and uptime can be a tricky balance, and the decision of when to reboot a server comes with trade-offs. In this article, we’ll take a deep dive into the reasons why servers may need to be rebooted, the potential consequences of not rebooting, and the different approaches to server maintenance and uptime.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 11:47:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: Install Dolibarr ERP on Ubuntu 22.04

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Dolibarr is an open-source ERP and CRM system written in PHP. It is designed for small and medium businesses to manage customers, invoices, orders, products, inventories, etc.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 13:20:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Set up Automatic Updates on Fedora Linux

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If you’re using Fedora as your operating system, keeping your system up to date with the latest software and security patches is important. This article shows how to set up the dnf-automatic service to apply updates automatically on a Fedora Linux.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 14:41:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Haiku beta 4: BeOS rebuild / almost ready for release. / A thing of beauty

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Open source reimplementation could be even better than the original in its primeHaiku is an open source OS with a few differences. The big one is that it's not a Unix. The next is that it's pretty close to being a realistic, usable alternative OS for ordinary, everyday use.…

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 15:44:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install osTicket with Nginx on Debian 11

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osTicket is a free and open-source support ticket system used to scale and streamline your customer service and improve your customer experience. This tutorial will show you how to install osTicket on Debian 11.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 17:04:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Why developers choose open source in the hybrid cloud

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The biggest barrier to growth and innovation is a stagnant data platform. Legacy proprietary systems aren't technically viable for most enterprises anymore. The enhanced capabilities of adopting a cloud-centric, open source approach to database management systems are critical to thriving in today's business landscape.

[#] Wed Jan 11 2023 18:06:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Top 10 Docker Commands You Should Know

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Docker is an open-source platform service used for running applications in isolated environments called containers. The containers have their own structure, with encapsulated services that can not interfere with the work of the main server. In this tutorial, we are going to use the Ubuntu 22.04 OS, but you can choose any Linux distro you want. First, we will install the docker and then show you the ten most used docker commands.

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