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[#] Mon May 06 2024 18:45:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KeePassXC 2.7.8 Improves Bitwarden 1PUX Password Import and Passkey Support

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KeePassXC 2.7.8 open-source, cross-platform, and free password manager was released today as a new maintenance update in the 2.7 series bringing various improvements and fixing multiple bugs.

[#] Mon May 06 2024 20:32:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to start a docker container as daemon process

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Running Docker containers in the background is essential when deploying applications that should operate continuously without binding directly to the terminal session. This tutorial explores how to start and manage Docker containers in daemon mode, which allows them to run as background processes.

[#] Mon May 06 2024 22:18:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: AlmaLinux OS 9.4 “Seafoam Ocelot” Officially Released, Based on RHEL 9.4

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The AlmaLinux OS Foundation announced today the release and general availability of AlmaLinux OS 9.4 (codename Seafoam Ocelot), as the latest stable version of this free Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) fork.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 00:20:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: AlmaLinux 9.4 Released, Here’s What’s New

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AlmaLinux 9.4 released, seamlessly compatible with RHEL, now available for Intel/AMD, ARM64, IBM PowerPC, and IBM Z architectures.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 02:07:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slated for Release on October 10th, 2024

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Canonical’s next major Ubuntu release, Ubuntu 24.10, has been dubbed the “Oracular Oriole” and it now has a release schedule and release date set in stone for October 10th, 2024.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 03:54:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: (Updated) Banana Pi Announces BPI-F3 RISC-V Development Board with 2 TOPS AI Performance

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(Updated) Banana Pi Announces BPI-F3 RISC-V Development Board with 2 TOPS AI PerformanceThe Banana Pi BPI-F3 is a development board powered by an 8-core RISC-V processor, capable of supporting up to 16GB of RAM memory. This open-source board stands out as the first to incorporate the RISC-V K1 chip, developed by SpacemiT Technologies Ltd., designed in accordance with the RISC-V Foundation RVA22 standards.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 05:42:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TUXEDO Stellaris 17 Gen6 Linux Laptop Launches with Intel Core i9-14900HX

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Linux hardware vendor TUXEDO Computers announced today the TUXEDO Stellaris 17 Gen6 Linux-powered laptop with an updated Intel Core i9 series processor.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 07:30:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 17 Best Free and Open Source Audio Analyzers

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This article examines audio analyzers. This type of software lets you visualize audio spectrum for real-time signals. Some of the programs also lets you analyze amplitude and phase spectrum as well.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 09:17:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.4 Officially Released, Here’s What’s New

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Red Hat announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.4 as the fourth update to the latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 operating system series adding new and enhanced capabilities.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 11:04:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Immich Team Goes Full-Time, Joins Forces with FUTO

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Big news for Immich users! With FUTO's support, it is now going full-time, continuing its privacy mission without paywalls. Here's more on that!

[#] Tue May 07 2024 17:10:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Understanding the Basics of SELinux Policy Management on CentOS

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In the vast ocean of Linux security, SELinux stands as a stalwart guardian, often misunderstood yet crucial for safeguarding systems against potential threats. As administrators and users delve deeper into the realms of CentOS, mastering SELinux policy management becomes imperative for ensuring robust security configurations. This article aims to demystify SELinux policy management on CentOS, providing an introduction to its intricacies and functionalities.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 18:41:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Lightweight Dillo browser springs back to life, still doesn't care about JavaScript

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First new version in almost a decade now boasts TLS. The Dillo web browser has returned with a new release, version 3.1. It's nearly nine years after version 3.05 appeared on the last day of June 2015.…

[#] Tue May 07 2024 20:13:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 22 Will Bring XApp Independence, Improved Security, and Compatibility

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The upcoming release of Linux Mint 22 will introduce significant changes, particularly in handling XApp , GNOME applications, and the Software Manager. These changes aim to enhance the overall user experience within the Linux Mint ecosystem, bolster security, and improve compatibility. Let's examine what you have to look forward to in Linux Mint 22 and the implications of these changes for Linux admins and security practitioners.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 21:44:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Dynebolic is a Portable OS You Can Bring Everywhere With You

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Dynebolic is a fully open-source portable Linux distro for multimedia production. Learn what makes it special and how to run it on PC today.

[#] Tue May 07 2024 23:01:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 40 (Workstation)

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A list of 10 things you can perform after installing Fedora 40 Workstation Edition. A curated list just for you of this release.

[#] Wed May 08 2024 00:32:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Find Files Containing a Specific Text (String) on Linux

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Discover a step-by-step guide on how one can search for files containing specific text (or strings) on Linux without using any external tools.

[#] Wed May 08 2024 02:04:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Telegram on Ubuntu (and Other Linux Distro’s)

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In this article, you will discover different ways to install the Telegram desktop client on Linux, including steps to enable dark mode.

[#] Wed May 08 2024 03:35:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to embed documentation in Bash scripts

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Documenting how an application works, its purpose, and its intended usage is really important, even if it is just a simple shell script we are talking about. To ease code maintenance in the most basic cases, documentation can be embed directly inside scripts. In this tutorial we learn how to include Pearl’s Plain Old Documentation syntax (POD) in bash scripts, and how to convert it to various formats using pod2 utilities such as pod2man and pod2html.

[#] Wed May 08 2024 05:07:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Gaupol: Create or Edit Subtitle Files with a Free Subtitle Editor

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Gaupol is a free and open-source subtitle editor that allows anyone to easily create or edit subtitle files and supports multiple subtitle formats.

[#] Wed May 08 2024 06:38:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: PeerTube 6.1 Introduces Account Import/Export Feature

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PeerTube 6.1, a decentralized video platform, brings account import/export, original video file preservation, and more.

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