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[#] Sat Mar 18 2023 18:16:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fail2ban with Firewalld on Fedora Linux: Installation Guide

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Learn how to easily install and configure Fail2ban with Firewalld for optimal security on Fedora.

[#] Sat Mar 18 2023 20:52:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Free-Teams-gate: Docker apologizes for shooting itself in the foot

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Botched data deletion threat roils open source worlds. Container biz Docker on Thursday scrambled to bandage a self-inflicted marketing mishap, its ham-handed discontinuation of Docker Free Teams accounts.…

[#] Sat Mar 18 2023 23:25:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: John Deere urged to surrender source code under GPL

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Farmers need a right to repairThe Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) has called upon farm equipment maker John Deere to comply with its obligations under the General Public License (GPL), which requires users of such software to share source code.…

[#] Sun Mar 19 2023 11:08:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla released Firefox 111 with various vulnerability patches, improved Relay, and more!

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Firefox is a free, open-source, cross-platform web browser developed by the Mozilla foundation with security and privacy in mind.Firefox browser receives updates and improvements constantly, and this time Mozilla could not wait more than a month from the release of version 110 to announce the release of Firefox 111.

[#] Sun Mar 19 2023 14:59:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Machine Learning in Linux: ChatGPT – desktop application

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For this review, we’re exploring a desktop application called ChatGPT. It’s a cross-platform tool built using Tauri, a framework for building tiny, fast binaries for all major desktop platforms. The ChatGPT project has no affiliation with OpenAI.

[#] Sun Mar 19 2023 17:34:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux-Based SystemRescue 10 Released with Linux Kernel 6.1 LTS

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Arch Linux-based SystemRescue 10 live Linux toolkit for system rescue and recovery tasks has been released today with new options, new packages, and updated components for top-notch hardware support.

[#] Sun Mar 19 2023 19:54:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NordVPN’s Latest Move: Open Sourcing Linux Client Code

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Want to safeguard your online activity? NordVPN’s Linux client and Libtelio and Libdrop libraries are now open-source. Learn more here!

[#] Sun Mar 19 2023 22:27:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create a Sudo User on Ubuntu 22.04

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In this blog post, we will explain to you how to create a sudo user on Ubuntu 22.04 OS. Sudo stands for either “substitute user do” or “super user do” and allows normal users to elevate the current user account to have root privileges temporarily. The difference between the sudo user and the root user is that the root user has id 0, has unlimited to the system, and can modify ANY file on it. Creating sudo user and granting privileges is a straightforward process. Let’s get started!

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 00:59:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: STM32U5 Discovery Kit features 2.47' TFT round LCD

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The STM32U5A9J-DK is a development platform featuring an low power Arm Cortex M33 with support for Arm TrustZone. This compact dev kit is equipped with 4GB of eMMC memory, MEMs sensors and on-board debugger/programmer. This new development kit features the 32-bit STM32U5A9J ultra-low power microcontroller from the new STM32U5 Series. STM32U5A9J — Arm Cortex M33 […]

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 11:03:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install a Non-Snap/.deb Version of Firefox on Ubuntu 22.04

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Having issues with Snap based Firefox? Then read the mentioned steps to ditch the Snap version of Firefox for the classic/regular Firefox on your Ubuntu 22.04 system.

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 13:22:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ansible Roles Tutorial For Beginners

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In this article, let us learn what are ansible roles and how to use Ansible roles to create a structured project and distribute them. Next we will move on to discuss the advantages of using ansible roles over standard playbooks. Finally, we will see how to create Ansible roles and different methods to import roles in the playbook.

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 15:55:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Services and Users TRApped in Telescreen-Running Apps

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TRApp, term that lends its name to this article, is short for "Telescreen-Running App". It sounds just like "trap". Any similarity is not purely coincidental.

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 18:30:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tails 5.11 Boosts Memory Capacity with the Zram Kernel Module

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Tails 5.11 has updated Tor Browser and Thunderbird versions and increased productivity thanks to the zram Linux kernel module.

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 20:51:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: March 19th, 2023

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The 129th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on March 19th, 2023, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Mon Mar 20 2023 23:25:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Docker CE on AlmaLinux

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Docker Community Edition (CE) is a free, open-source, and community-supported version of the Docker platform. Docker CE provides all the essential features to build, ship, and run container applications. It is designed for developers who are just starting out with containerization, as well as for small-scale development and testing environments. In the following tutorial, we will show you how to install Docker CE on AlmaLinux server.

[#] Tue Mar 21 2023 01:57:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-25 Arrives on March 24th as the Last One Based on Ubuntu 16.04

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The UBports Foundation announced today a call for testing for the next software update of their Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system for Linux phones and tables, OTA-25, which will also be the last one based on the Xenial series.

[#] Tue Mar 21 2023 04:17:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Numpy: An Intro To The Foundation of Python Data Science

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Python was conceived with one target in mind, simplicity. This simplicity has made Python one of the most popular languages today. However, Python developers have to sacrifice performance to make their lives easier. This performance sacrifice considerably impacts numerical and scientific computing, though! Luckily, NumPy is there to save the day!

[#] Tue Mar 21 2023 06:51:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tails 5.11 Amnesic Incognito Live System Switches to ZRam and Linux Kernel 6.1 LTS

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Tails 5.11 amnesic incognito live system has been released today as a monthly update to this security-focused Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution aimed at preserving your privacy and anonymity while surfing the Web thanks to the latest Tor anonymous technologies.

[#] Tue Mar 21 2023 09:12:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Machine Learning in Linux: Stable Diffusion web UI

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Stable Diffusion is a deep learning text-to-image diffusion model capable of generating photo-realistic images given any text input. In seconds you can create stunning artwork. Stable Diffusion uses a kind of diffusion model, called a latent diffusion model.

[#] Tue Mar 21 2023 16:56:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Russian developers blocked from contributing to FOSS tools

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The war in Ukraine is bad and wrong… but does blocking these contributions help Ukraine? Opinion Code is being refused if it comes from developers in sanctioned Russian companies… but it's not clear if this is an effective move. Cui bono?…

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