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[#] Fri May 24 2024 07:10:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Create PowerPoint Presentations With Python From Command Line

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This Step-by-Step guide explains how to create PowerPoint presentations from command line with Python and the python-pptx library.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 08:42:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to get VMware Workstation Pro for Free on Linux

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This article explains how you can get the software for free and install it on Linux to run Windows VM's.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 10:13:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Getting a 'Thank You' From Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC) Will Cost You $5,000 to $30,000 (Same as Last Year)

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Right now one of their associates (SFC) tries to spend money to censor us

[#] Fri May 24 2024 10:13:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Sovereign Tech Fund Backs FFmpeg Project with a €157K Infusion

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The FFmpeg project gets €157K from Germany's Sovereign Tech Fund, ensuring ongoing innovation. Here's more on that!

[#] Fri May 24 2024 11:45:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use Envsubst to Replace Environment Variables in Linux

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Learn how to substitute single or multiple environment variables from a file using the envsubst command-line tool in Linux.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 13:16:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 41 to Introduce New Spin with Miracle Window Manager

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A new Fedora spin is in the works for the upcoming Fedora 41 release.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 14:48:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MediaWiki on Debian 12

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MediaWiki is an open-source wiki software used by the largest wiki sites such as Wikipedia and Wikimedia. This tutorial will show you how to install MediaWiki with the LAMP Stack (Apache, MariaDB, and PHP) on the Debian 12 server.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 16:19:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: RISC-V Based MaixCAM With 1TOPS NPU Performance and 5MP Camera Support

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RISC-V Based MaixCAM With 1TOPS NPU Performance and 5MP Camera SupportThe Sipeed MaixCAM is a specialized hardware platform designed for AI vision and AIoT applications, powered by the SOPHO SG2002 processor. This versatile board supports both Linux and RTOS environments, making it suitable for a range of embedded projects.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 17:20:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use XXD Command in Linux: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Learn how to use the XXD command to manage, convert, and display binary data from standard input or file on Unix and Linux.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 18:22:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Long-term supported distros' kernel policies are all wrong

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Or so says CIQ, which coincidentally has issues obtaining RHEL's kernel sources. Comment A new hire at Rocky Linux creator CIQ is rocking the LTS-Linux-distro boat – by shining a spotlight on the elephant in the room (or one of the herd).…

[#] Fri May 24 2024 19:23:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to count number of columns in CSV file using bash shell

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Counting the number of columns in a CSV file is a common task that can be easily accomplished using various tools available in the Bash shell. In this article, we will explore five different methods to achieve this. Each method will utilize different command-line tools and techniques, giving you a comprehensive understanding of how to handle CSV files in a Bash environment.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 20:24:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SECO -- Single Board Computer with RK3568 SoC and Linux Compatibility

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SECO 3.5" Single Board Computer with RK3568 SoC and Linux Compatibility . The SBC-3.5-RK3568 by SECO emerges as a robust 3.5” single board computer powered by the Rockchip RK3568 SoC, combining high performance with extensive connectivity options. This SBC is tailored for a variety of applications, from industrial automation to digital signage and media streaming.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 21:25:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Optimizing Linux Server Performance: Benchmarking and Advanced Techniques

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In the realm of IT infrastructure, the performance of Linux servers is a critical factor that can significantly influence business operations, user experience, and cost efficiency. Linux servers, known for their flexibility and open-source nature, are prevalent in enterprise environments. Understanding how to evaluate and optimize their performance is essential for maintaining a robust and responsive IT ecosystem. This article delves into the intricacies of benchmarking and optimization techniques to ensure your Linux servers operate at their peak potential.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 22:26:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple QuickTime Player

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QuickTime Player is a multimedia player which handles a wide range of picture, video, audio, and panoramic image formats.

[#] Fri May 24 2024 23:27:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Corporation Org Changes to Accelerate our Path to the Future

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Over the past few months, we’ve been accelerating our ability to execute outstandingly, make faster decisions, and realize our multi-product ambitions. To help facilitate this, I’m excited to announce an organizational change within the product team. This change will enable us to better develop and scale products at different stages of development and maturity. Today, […]

[#] Sat May 25 2024 00:43:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 24.04 upgrades available - to Mantic users

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Enjoy some Noble Numbat novelty now – but excluding GNOME 46.1 . It comes a bit later than usual, but if you are running Ubuntu 23.10 Mantic Minotaur, you should start seeing prompts to upgrade to the new release.…

[#] Sat May 25 2024 01:44:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux awk Command

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Among the numerous text processing tools available on the Linux shell, awk stands out for its power and versatility. Originally developed in the 1970s by Aho, Weinberger, and Kernighan, awk is more than just a command - it's a complete programming language designed for processing and analyzing text files.

[#] Sat May 25 2024 02:45:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Manjaro 24 is Arch Linux for the rest of us

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Because not everyone has time to be a tech guruManjaro Linux is the DIY-spirited Arch Linux distro, but made easier – so that those still on their way to guru status will be able to say: "I run Arch, BTW."…

[#] Sat May 25 2024 03:46:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to move from Redis to Valkey

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The Redis move to a new license means it will no longer be considered open source software. This article will explain how to move from Redis to the alternative, Valkey. Background A few weeks ago, the company behind Redis published a blog post announcing that future versions of the Redis project were moving from BSD-3 […]

[#] Sat May 25 2024 05:33:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Where do Terraform and OpenTofu go from here?

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Here's the tea, for all open sourcers inclined to drink itOpinion Oracle is dropping Terraform for OpenTofu, and IBM's CEO is talking up open source. What does all this mean for both programs? Here's what I see happening. …

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