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[#] Fri Jan 13 2023 16:43:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: System76 Previews New Beefed-up Pangolin Due in February

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In the next several weeks, the preinstalled Linux computer maker, System76, will have a brand new and much improved version of its popular Pangolin laptop on its shelves and ready to ship.

[#] Fri Jan 13 2023 18:18:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install WordPress with Docker Compose

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WordPress is the most popular blogging platform in the world. This tutorial will teach you how to install WordPress using Docker/Docker Compose. Using Docker, the process of installing the preferred stack becomes a lot easier. You can use the same configuration to install WordPress quickly on multiple servers. We will also install the phpMyAdmin tool for managing databases along with the Nginx proxy server to serve the site via SSL.

[#] Fri Jan 13 2023 19:36:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple TextEdit

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Apple TextEdit is a basic word processor and text editor. It can open documents created in other word processing apps and can create HTML documents.

[#] Fri Jan 13 2023 21:58:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Flask on Ubuntu 22.04 with Apache and WSGI

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In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to install the Flask application on Ubuntu 22.04 with Apache Web server and mod WSGI.Flask is a very popular web framework written in Python and used by many developers worldwide.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 00:19:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn the Ada programming language by writing a simple game

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When you want to learn a new programming language, it's good to focus on the things programming languages have in common: Variables, Expressions, Statements.These concepts are the basis of most programming languages. Once you understand them, you can start figuring out the rest.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 02:55:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Two Ways to Install Discord on Linux Mint 21 or 20

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Discord is one of the most popular communication platforms for gaming. In this tutorial, you will learn two methods of installing Discord using a Debian package or Flatpak.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 05:16:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Chromium 109 Update Brings Faster Scrolling to Linux Users

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Browsing on Linux just got a whole lot better! Chrome and Chromium 109 update brings faster scrolling for a seamless experience.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 07:36:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: SoC-FPGA Solution based on Multicore RISC-V architecture

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Aries Embedded launched this week two embedded platforms based on Microchip’s PolarFire FPGA architecture. According to the company, “the M100PFS SoM integrates a hardened real-time, Linux capable, RISC-V-based MPU subsystem on the mid-range PolarFire SoCFPGA family.” The standard M100FPS SoM integrates the MPFS025T FPGA, although it can be configured with the other two variants with […]

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 09:58:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Set Up a Video Streaming Server using Nginx-RTMP on Ubuntu 22.04

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RTMP also called "real-time messaging protocol" is a data transmission technology that supports live online video streaming. It is used to transmit video files from an encoder to an online video hosting platform. This tutorial will show you how to set up a video streaming server using Nginx-RTMP on Ubuntu 22.04 server.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 12:20:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 23.04 Lunar Lobster Wallpaper Competition is Now Open

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Ubuntu 23.04 "Lunar Lobster" wallpaper competition is now open for you to submit your creative images to be featured in the release.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 14:42:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: ESP32 compact board integrates Walkie-Talkie module

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LILYGO recently launched a tiny ESP32-S3 device equipped with a Walkie-Talkie module and other peripherals such as an OLED display, a speaker and a mic and a 18650 battery holder. The company also featured an ESP32 device with a touch-screen LCD display equipped with a stylus pen. According to the product page, the T-TWR integrates […]

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 17:06:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: A 4-minute guide to Java loops

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A while loop is meant to iterate over data until some condition is satisfied. To create a while loop, you provide a condition that can be tested, followed by the code you want to run. Java has several built-in test functions, the simplest of which are mathematical operators...

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 19:27:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use this open source API gateway to scale your API

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An API gateway is a single point of entry for incoming calls to an application programming interface (API). The gateway aggregates the services being requested and then returns the appropriate response. To make your API gateway effective, it's vital for you to design a reliable, efficient, and simple API. This is an architectural puzzle, but it's one you can solve as long as you understand the most important components.

[#] Sat Jan 14 2023 21:50:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 42.8 Enables Atomic Mode-Setting for NVIDIA/GBM, Improves Wayland and AMDGPU Support

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Jeremy Bicha announced today the release of GNOME 42.8 as the eighth maintenance update to the GNOME 42 desktop environment series, which is still supported until the upcoming GNOME 44 release hits the streets in late March 2023.

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 00:12:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: 7 interesting metrics about open source in sustainability

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Open source culture has demonstrated how transparent and collaborative innovation can support modern digital services, data, and infrastructure. Yet, despite its transformative impact and use within an estimated 97% of digital products, the potential of open source for developing environmentally sustainable technologies is not well understood.

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 02:34:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: CPU-X: Find Your Linux Hardware Information in Pinch

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The simple way to get system information in Windows is CPU-Z, which is not available in Linux; if you want something similar to that, you should try to install CPU-X.

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 04:54:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: It’s Time to Vote in the Best Linux Distro Poll’s Final Round

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There’s more at stake than merely bragging rights. This year’s winning Linux distribution will receive passes to All Things Open and SCALE, as well as t-shirts and hats.

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 07:31:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google polishes Chromium code with a layer of Rust

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Mozilla-incubated systems language should make Chrome shine. Google plans to support the use of third-party Rust libraries in its open source browser project Chromium, a significant endorsement of the programming language and its security characteristics.…

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 09:54:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Frameworks 5.102 Enables File Transfers over 2GB in KDE Connect

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The KDE Project released today KDE Frameworks 5.102 as the latest update to this collection of over 80 add-on libraries to Qt providing commonly needed functionality for the KDE Plasma desktop environment and related apps.

[#] Sun Jan 15 2023 12:13:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: Three Ways to install HandBrake on Linux Mint 21 or 20

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HandBrake is a video transcoding software for converting videos. The following tutorial covers three methods to install HandBrake using the command line terminal.

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