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[#] Wed May 01 2024 05:17:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install LosslessCut on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distros

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Discover a step-by-step guide to install the ffmpeg GUI tool named LosslessCut on your favorite Ubuntu and other Linux distros.

https://ubuntushell.com/install-losslesscut/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 07:04:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GStreamer 1.24.3 Enhances Stability and Security in Latest Update

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The latest stable GStreamer 1.24.3 release fixes critical bugs in multimedia handling, including HLS and EXIF issues.

https://linuxiac.com/gstreamer-1-24-3-multimedia-framework-released/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 08:52:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Introducing run0: Run Processes as Other Users with systemd

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run0 is a secure replacement for sudo, integrated into systemd, that allows running processes as other users with an isolated context and white list of allowed properties.

https://debugpointnews.com/systemd-run0/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 10:40:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 Best Free and Open Source Screen-Readers

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A screen-reader is a computer application designed to provide spoken feedback to a blind or visually impaired person. This type of software has been available since the mid 1980s.

https://linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-screen-readers/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 12:29:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Network Configuration Guide

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Network setup for Ubuntu can range from easy to hard, depending on what you’re trying to do. Canonical prides itself on making their Ubuntu Linux operating system very simple to use, even if you do not have a lot of technical knowledge. Despite its simplicity, Ubuntu has a lot going on under the hood to make things work, including networking configuration that allows you to connect to local devices or servers across the world.

https://linuxconfig.org/ubuntu-22-04-network-configuration

[#] Wed May 01 2024 14:04:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen4 Laptop Arrives with AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS and Radeon 780M

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Linux hardware vendor TUXEDO Computers unveiled today the Gen4 (4th generation) TUXEDO Pulse 14 laptop with an updated processor from the AMD Ryzen 7 8000 Series.

https://9to5linux.com/tuxedo-pulse-14-gen4-laptop-arrives-with-amd-ryzen-7-8845hs-and-radeon-780m

[#] Wed May 01 2024 15:22:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Open source programming language R patches critical arbitrary code exec flaw

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An ACE in the hole for miscreantsThe open source R programming language has patched an arbitrary code execution hole that scored a preliminary CVSS severity rating of 8.8 out of 10.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/05/01/r_programming_language_ace_vuln/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 16:54:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenTofu 1.7 touts state encryption, open source Hashicorp Terraform drama continues

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Not only is OpenTofu 1.7 an open source IAC technology that can potentially replace Hashicorp’s Terraform, it also goes a step further introducing a series of new features as well.

https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/analysis/opentofu-1-7-touts-state-encryption-open-source-hashicorp-terraform-drama-continues/2024/04/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 18:27:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Perl with Perlbrew on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distros

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Discover a step-by-step guide to install the different versions of Perl and manage them with Perlbrew on Ubuntu, with practical examples.

https://ubuntushell.com/install-perl-with-perlbrew/

[#] Wed May 01 2024 19:58:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How Debian 12 is Redefining Stability and Innovation in Open-Source OSes

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The latest release of Debian , one of the oldest and most trusted distributions within the Linux ecosystem, redefines security, stability, and innovation in open-source OSes. As security practitioners and Linux administrators, we always seek stable and innovative operating systems that can meet our needs while keeping our systems secure.

https://linuxsecurity.com/news/security-projects/debian-12-security-stability

[#] Wed May 01 2024 21:33:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Developing Robust Integration of Linux and IoT Solutions

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The Internet of Things (IoT) represents a vast frontier for innovation, promising to connect and automate our world in ways we're just beginning to understand. Linux, known for its stability, security, and open-source nature, stands as a preferred operating system for many IoT devices. This article delves into how you can leverage Linux to build powerful, reliable, and secure IoT solutions.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/developing-robust-integration-linux-and-iot-solutions

[#] Wed May 01 2024 23:04:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install PHP 8.3 on Ubuntu 24.04

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Learn how to install PHP 8.3 on Ubuntu 24.04 or have one of our Linux Host Support admins take care of the installation for you. PHP is used for creating dynamic web pages, and according to the reports in 2024, PHP is used by 76% of all websites whose programming language can be determined.

https://linuxhostsupport.com/blog/how-to-install-php-8-3-on-ubuntu-24-04/

[#] Thu May 02 2024 00:22:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nano 8.0 Command-Line Text Editor Released

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Beloved by countless Linux users, the Nano text editor rolls out v8.0 'Grus grus' with modernized bindings. Here's more on that!

https://linuxiac.com/nano-8-0-command-line-text-editor-released/

[#] Thu May 02 2024 01:55:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Disable CPU Mitigations on Linux

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These CPU mitigations are enabled by default on all Linux distributions, and for a good reason: Without them, any hijacked software component on your OS can be used to escalate privileges or access protected areas of your computer memory and retrieve sensitive information.

https://fosspost.org/disable-cpu-mitigations-on-linux

[#] Thu May 02 2024 03:29:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Cheat: Create a Cheatsheet for Your Favorite Command in Linux

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Cheat is a Linux command-line tool that allows anyone to access the community cheatsheet or create their own personal cheatsheet in a sec.

https://linuxtldr.com/installing-cheat/

[#] Thu May 02 2024 05:03:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 Best Free and Open Source Virtual Keyboards

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There are several different kinds of keyboards for PCs. The most common type is a physical, external keyboard that plugs into your PC. But you can use a virtual keyboard with Linux instead of a physical keyboard.

https://linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-virtual-keyboards/

[#] Thu May 02 2024 06:20:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Managing BIND DNS Server Cache: Viewing and Clearing Cache

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This article explores the process of managing the cache in a BIND DNS server, specifically focusing on how to view and clear the cache effectively. Managing cache is crucial for maintaining the performance and accuracy of DNS resolutions in your network. Efficient cache management ensures that your DNS server can handle requests rapidly while minimizing the likelihood of outdated or incorrect data affecting user queries. Furthermore, it assists in optimizing resource usage, which can significantly enhance the overall stability and reliability of network services.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-view-and-clear-bind-dns-server-s-cache-on-linux

[#] Thu May 02 2024 07:55:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Software: April 2024 Updates

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April 2024 updates to the largest compilation of recommended free and open source software available for Linux.

https://linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-software-april-2024-updates/

[#] Thu May 02 2024 09:28:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNU nano 8.0 Released with New Options and Various Improvements

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GNU nano 8.0 command line text editor for Unix-like operating systems is now available for download as a major update introducing new features and various improvements.

https://9to5linux.com/gnu-nano-8-0-released-with-new-options-and-various-improvements

[#] Thu May 02 2024 11:02:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Netplan network configuration tutorial for beginners

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Netplan is a utility developed by Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu. It provides a network configuration abstraction over the currently supported two “backend” system (“renderer” in Netplan terminology): networkd and NetworkManager. Using Netplan, both physical and virtual network interfaces are configured via yaml files which are translated to configurations compatible with the selected backend.

https://linuxconfig.org/netplan-network-configuration-tutorial-for-beginners

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