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[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 11:02:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Deny/Allow Access to Files Using .htaccess

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The .htaccess file is a powerful configuration tool for web servers that use Apache. It allows you to control various aspects of your website, including security settings. One of the critical uses of the .htaccess file is to manage access to files and directories. This article will guide you through the process of using .htaccess to deny or allow access to files based on different criteria, such as IP address, user authentication, and file types.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 11:48:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Linux Core 24 is a leap forward for IoT and edge computing

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Canonical has officially launched Ubuntu Core 24, a special-purpose Linux for the Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing. If you want an operating system that ensures long-term reliability and security for embedded systems, Ubuntu Core 24 is for you -- it comes with a 12-year Long-Term Support (LTS) commitment.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 12:18:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Frameworks 6.3.0 Rolls Out, Here’s What’s New

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A month after the previous 6.2.0 release, KDE announced the launch of Frameworks 6.3.0, expanding its collection of addon libraries to Qt and enhancing functionality available to developers across various platforms.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 13:34:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Get Terminal Size Using Python In Linux

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This tutorial explains how to get the terminal size using Python's shutil module with simple examples in Linux.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 14:51:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What Is Bash in Linux and What Can You Use It For?

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Bash scripting is one of the best ways to level up your Linux expertise, but it can be intimidating to learn. Here's what you need to know about Bash and how you can get started with basic scripting.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 16:07:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Google Begins Upstreaming Fuchsia OS Support Into Mesa 3D

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With not hearing much about Fuchsia OS in a while and the Fuchsia OS team being hit hard by layoffs last year, coming as a surprise today is seeing Google beginning to upstream Fuchsia OS support into the Mesa 3D graphics driver stack.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 17:24:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Installing and Using Fail2ban on Debian 12

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Fail2ban monitors log files for login failures and temporarily bans the failure-prone source IP address from accessing the host. This is a defense against password-guessing brute-force attacks. It is very useful to have fail2ban on hosts exposed to the Internet.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 18:41:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Proton Pass Desktop App Released for Linux

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Proton, the Swiss-based privacy company best known for its VPN and e-mail services, has announced the release of Proton Pass for Linux and macOS. The new desktop apps mean Proton’s open-source and end-to-end encrypted password manager now supports all major desktop operating systems, as well as Android and iOS. Proton Pass web extensions are available for Mozilla Firefox, Chrome and others.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 19:57:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenSSH Enhances Security with New Feature

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OpenSSH tightens security with a new feature that aims to stop attackers in their tracks with smart penalties. Here's more on that!

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 21:13:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Perl Modules on Ubuntu 24.04: A Step-By-Step Guide

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Learn a step-by-step guide to install Perl modules on Ubuntu, list Perl modules on Ubuntu, and uninstall Perl modules from Ubuntu.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 22:29:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Doas on Linux (with 9 Examples)

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Learn how to install doas on Linux, how to modify the doas configuration file, and how to use the doas command with different examples.

[#] Sat Jun 08 2024 23:46:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 30.2 Beta Brings Native NVENC Encoder Support On Linux

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Out for testing this weekend is the OBS Studio 30.2 beta software for those into live-streaming their desktop and other screen recording purposes. With the OBS Studio 30.2 release there are video encode improvements for Linux, support for multi-track video streaming, hybrid MP4 output, and other new features.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 01:17:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ThingPulse Pendrive S3: Versatile as Both a Lightweight Wi-Fi Disk and Rubber Ducky Device

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The ThingPulse Pendrive S3 is a compact development board that incorporates a male USB-C connector and is based on the ESP32-S3 Mini module. It supports the user-friendly CircuitPython programming environment, making it accessible for those familiar with Python.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 02:49:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Preserving Information About Debian's SSH Blunder (Amid Revelations About Edward Brocklesby (ejb) and "Proximity to Oxford and GCHQ")

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[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 04:20:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 30.2 Promises NVENC AV1 and Shared Texture Support on Linux

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OBS Studio 30.2 has entered public beta testing today for this powerful, open-source, cross-platform, and free software for video recording and live streaming adding some nice features for Linux users.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 05:52:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Plans to Switch Anaconda Installer to Wayland

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A proposal has been made for the upcoming Fedora 41, the Anaconda installer, to become a native Wayland app, dropping X11 dependencies.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 07:23:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Proton Pass Desktop App on Linux (A Quick Guide)

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Learn how to install the Proton Pass Desktop App on your favorite Linux distribution, either Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, Red Hat, Fedora, etc.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 08:55:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure PostgreSQL on Ubuntu 24.04

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Learn how to install PostgreSQL on Ubuntu, update PostgreSQL passwords, and enable remote access for PostgreSQL with practical examples.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 10:26:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Your Default Linux Terminal Emulator Is Dull, So Take These Alternatives for a Spin

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The default terminal emulator works fine for basic tasks, but what if you want to maximize productivity, speed, or performance? You can use alternative terminal emulators that offer extra features like split views, multiple tabs, and extensive customization options.

[#] Sun Jun 09 2024 11:58:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tulip Creative Computer: ESP32-Based Board for Music and Coding Projects

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The Tulip Creative Computer is a development platform aimed at enthusiasts of coding, music, and digital arts. Based on the powerful ESP32-S3 chipset, the Tulip features a 7-inch touchscreen with a 1024 x 600 resolution for custom graphical user interfaces.

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