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[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 11:53:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 10 Best Free Ebook Download Sites

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Ebooks are a great way to keep a large library of books on your phone, tablet, or computer. If you love to read and can never have too many books, ebooks are amazing—it's much easier to store ebooks than buy a whole new bookcase! Better still, there are heaps of ways to download free ebooks, covering almost every genre, style, and author, and we've found ten of the best options.

https://www.makeuseof.com/tag/the-best-6-sites-to-get-free-ebooks/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 13:10:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: This Project Lets You Run Linux as an App on Android

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There's no denying that Android is the most popular open-source operating system in the world, (sorry Arch Linux users) that uses a highly customized version of the Linux kernel to provide users with a powerful smartphone experience. Of course, not everyone likes the “Google” aspect of Android, and usually opt for De-Googled alternatives like LineageOS, CalyxOS, etc. However, in a recent announcement, two developers, Erfan Abdi and Luka Panio introduced a very interesting project called “Lindroid”, which aims to let users run Linux in “a new way on Android devices”.

https://news.itsfoss.com/lindroid/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 14:26:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SUSE upgrades its distros with 19 years of support - no other Linux comes close

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Like its rivals Red Hat and Canonical, SUSE does more than just Linux these days; but at heart, it[he]#039[/he]s still a Linux company.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/suse-upgrades-its-distros-with-19-years-of-support-no-other-linux-comes-close/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 15:27:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Libgcrypt 1.11.0 Rolls Out with New Algorithms and APIs

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Libgcrypt 1.11.0 brings cutting-edge cryptographic solutions with improved APIs, enhanced speeds, quantum-resistant algorithms, and more.

https://linuxiac.com/libgcrypt-1-11-0-released/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 16:43:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SUSE expands Linux Enterprise support to 2037, unveils product updates

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From extended Linux support lifecycles to enhanced Kubernetes platform capabilities, SUSE is aiming to give customers expanded choice while enabling emerging technological use cases. As part of its SUSEcon updates, there are new versions of multiple platforms including SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 service pack 6, SUSE Manager, Rancher Prime 3.1, NeuVector Prime 5.4 and Harvester 1.3.1, SUSE Adaptive Telco Infrastructure Platform 3.0 and SUSE Edge 3.0

https://www.sdxcentral.com/articles/interview/cto-interview-suse-expands-linux-enterprise-support-to-2037-unveils-product-updates/2024/06/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 17:44:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: eBPF: Enabling security and performance to co-exist

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Today, most organizations and individuals use Linux and the Linux kernel with a “one-size-fits-all” approach. This differs from how Linux was used in the past–for example, 20 years ago, many users would compile their kernel and modify it to fit their specific needs, architectures and use cases. This is no longer the case, as one-size-fits-all has become good enough. But, like anything in life, “good enough” is not the best you can get.

https://betanews.com/2024/06/19/ebpf-enabling-security-and-performance-to-co-exist/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 18:30:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to fix “err_cache_miss”

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In this tutorial, we are going to explain how to fix the err_cache_miss web browser error. Using your web browser daily can lead to unexpected issues that prevent you from accessing the website. There are different types of errors recognizable with code numbers or error messages.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 19:46:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Uninstall MySQL from Ubuntu 24.04 (for Beginners)

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Learn how to completely remove MySQL from Ubuntu, Debian, Linux Mint, and other Linux distros via the recommended methods.

https://ubuntushell.com/uninstall-mysql-from-ubuntu/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 21:02:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ONLYOFFICE Docs 8.1 Introduces Advanced PDF Editor and More

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ONLYOFFICE Docs 8.1 cross-platform office suite debuts with powerful PDF editing, Slide Master, and better RTL support.

https://linuxiac.com/onlyoffice-docs-8-1-office-suite/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 22:03:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 14 Best Free and Open Source Command-Line Image Compression Tools

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To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled our recommended commnand-line image compression tools.

https://linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-command-line-image-compression-tools/

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 23:04:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How Does the Linux Foundation Work and What Does it Do?

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I’ve long been involved with the Linux Foundation (LF). In 2000, a consortium of companies, including IBM, HP, and Intel, founded the Open Source Development Labs (OSDL), a non-profit organization to support the continued development of Linux and promote its use in enterprise computing, which A few years later, in 2007 the OSDL merged with the Free Standards Group to become the Linux Foundation. At the time, I was leading the Linux initiative that IBM had launched in January of 2000 to embrace Linux across all the company’s products and services.

https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/how-does-the-linux-foundation-work-and-what-does-it-do

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 00:20:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever's new startup aims to create 'safe superintelligence'

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OpenAI co-founder Ilya Sutskever – who last month quit the GPT creator – has unveiled his next gig: an outfit dubbed Safe Superintelligence Inc. that aims to produce a product of the same name – without the "Inc." The startup currently appears to comprise not much more than three people, a static HTML web page, a social media presence, and a mission.

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/06/20/ilya_sutskever_safe_superintelligence/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 01:37:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Enhancing Your Wellness Journey: Optimizing Self-Care with Linux Gadgets

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In our fast-paced, technology-driven world, maintaining wellness and self-care is more critical than ever. Wellness encompasses a broad spectrum of physical, mental, and emotional health aspects, and self-care involves practices that help us maintain and improve these areas. As technology evolves, so do the tools available to support our wellness journey. Among these tools, Linux-based gadgets stand out for their adaptability, customizability, and security.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/enhancing-your-wellness-journey-optimizing-self-care-linux-gadgets

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 02:53:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Intel Introduces New Gaudi "2D" Product Support To Their Linux Driver

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It was just a few months back that Intel introduced a Gaudi "2C" variant of Gaudi2 to their open-source Linux driver. This variant might be for some export model or otherwise a hyperscaler/customer-specific revision or something along those lines. Now appearing within new Habana Labs driver patches for the upcoming Linux 6.11 kernel are patches for a new Gaudi 2D variant.

https://www.phoronix.com/news/Intel-Gaudi2D-Linux-Driver

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 04:09:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Find Writable Files and Directories in Linux

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When managing a Linux system, ensuring the security and appropriate permissions of files and directories is crucial. Particularly, being aware of which files and directories have write permissions is important for system security and data integrity. This guide will show you how to use the find command to search recursively through the file system to identify files and directories based on their write permissions.

https://linuxconfig.org/find-all-files-with-write-permission-turned-on

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 05:26:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Systemd’s systemd-tmpfiles Command Can Put in Danger Your Home Directory

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A user reports that running systemd 256's "systemd-tmpfiles" command with the added "--purge" option can delete the home directory's contents.

https://linuxiac.com/systemd-tmpfiles-issue/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 06:42:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: systemd 256.1: Now slightly less likely to delete /home

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Fixes catastrophic data loss, er, bug, er poorly documented feature... user error. Following closely after the release of version 256, version 256.1 fixes a handful of bugs. One of these is emphatically not systemd-tmpfiles recursively deleting your entire home directory. That's a feature.

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/06/20/systemd_2561_data_wipe_fix/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 07:58:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Securing Linux Systems with eBPF: The Future of In-Kernel Observability and Security

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Learn about eBPF, its integration with Linux, applications in monitoring and securing systems, and more. Linux runs in IT infrastructure worldwide, including servers, cloud environments, virtual machines, and critical infrastructure. As the threat landscape changes and security threats become more sophisticated, the need for advanced security mechanisms has increased.

https://www.itprotoday.com:443/linux-os/securing-linux-systems-with-ebpf-the-future-of-in-kernel-observability-and-security

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 09:14:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: DRM lease protocol support finally merged for GNOME Wayland - great for VR fans

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VR fans rejoice! The GNOME project has finally pulled in DRM lease protocol support today, something required for getting VR under GNOME on Wayland working well.

https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2024/06/drm-lease-protocol-support-finally-merged-for-gnome-wayland-great-for-vr-fans/

[#] Fri Jun 21 2024 10:31:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox tips and tricks for online shopping

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My relationship with online shopping is ever evolving. It’s either a little too convenient, extremely gratifying or entirely too much fun. I’m an eBay hawk, a casual Amazon browser and a Sephora VIB member. I recently joined the team at Fakespot though, which changed the game for my online shopping habits.

https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/firefox-tips/online-shopping-tips/

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