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[#] Mon Jun 24 2024 17:40:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux 6.10-rc5 Released With This Kernel Cycle Looking Good So Far

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Linus Torvalds has just tagged Linux 6.10-rc5 as the newest weekly test release leading up to the Linux 6.10 stable release by mid-July.

[#] Mon Jun 24 2024 19:12:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: It's desktop refresh season in the land of the Windowsalikes

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Those with curious disposition spoilt for choice as KDE 6.1, Cinnamon 6.2, and IceWM 3.5 all arrive. New versions of two of the most popular "traditional" desktops are out, alongside a new release of one of the oldest and smallest.

[#] Mon Jun 24 2024 20:44:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Remove Unused Packages on CentOS Linux

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Removing unused or orphaned packages from your CentOS Linux system can help free up disk space, improve system performance, and reduce potential security vulnerabilities. Orphaned packages are those that were installed as dependencies for other software but are no longer needed because the original software has been removed. This guide will walk you through the steps to identify and remove these orphaned packages effectively.

[#] Mon Jun 24 2024 22:00:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: No Need to Move From CentOS 7 by June 30 If You Have Aftermarket Support

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Although Sunday will be the last day that CentOS 7 will be officially supported, you don’t have to move to something else right away. There are plenty of support services you can use to keep your workloads safe and secure until you’re ready to migrate.

[#] Mon Jun 24 2024 23:32:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Sticky Notes

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Microsoft Sticky Notes is software to create notes, type, ink or add a picture, add text formatting, stick them to the desktop, move them around there freely, close them to the Notes list, and sync them across devices and apps.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 01:03:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux geeks cheer as Arm wrestles x86

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AlmaLinux and upstream kernel support for Raspberry Pi 5, plus a forthcoming high-performance Arm64 Tuxedo laptopEncouraging noises are coming from multiple directions around Linux support for both current and next-generation Arm64 kit.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 02:19:47 EDT from rss <>

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

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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.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 03:51:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 10 Best Python Courses That are Worth Taking in 2024

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Today’s best Python courses offer hands-on experience with data analysis, web development, machine learning and more.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 05:22:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is Kubernetes, and why is it so important?

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Over the past 10 years, Kubernetes has become central to how modern computing is orchestrated. You won't see it, but there's very little you can do today with any sophisticated website or cloud service that doesn't have Kubernetes managing background work. So, what is it, and why does it matter so much?

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 06:54:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Qualcomm Aiming For Snapdragon X Elite GPU Support In Linux 6.11

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Qualcomm engineers on Sunday posted patches for enabling the Adreno X1-85 GPU within the MSM DRM driver. The Adreno X1-85 GPU is what's found within the Snapdragon X Elite SoC powering various new Windows ARM laptops although the Linux support continues maturing too for these platforms.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 08:25:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla is trying to push me out because I have cancer, CPO says in bombshell lawsuit

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Mozilla Corporation was sued this month in the US, along with three of its executives, for alleged disability discrimination and retaliation against Chief Product Officer Steve Teixeira.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 09:57:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Manage Processes in Linux

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No matter your Linux system, be it desktop or server, there will be quite a large number of processes running at any given time. Hopefully those processes are all running as expected. But if not, this article, written by Jack Wallen for TechRepublic Premium, has some tips to get your processes running smoothly again including.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 11:28:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Choose how you want to navigate the web with Firefox

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As Mozilla envisions Firefox’s future, we are focused on building a browser that empowers you to choose your own path and gives you the freedom to explore without worry or compromises. We do this through a few foundational ideas – simplifying the online experience, protecting your privacy and offering meaningful choice.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 13:00:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Palmshell PuER N1: Upcoming Networking Compact PC with 4x 2.5GbE Ports

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The Palmshell PuER N1 is an upcoming compact networking PC built around the Intel Celeron J6412 Quad-core processor from the 10th generation lineup. This device features multiple 2.5GbE ports and offers a range of storage options designed for users who demand both high-speed network connectivity and substantial data storage capabilities.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 14:31:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create A Simple Web Server with darkhttpd

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Darkhttpd is a simple web server similar to Apache and Nginx. Learn how you can create your own website today using Darkhttpd in Ubuntu Linux.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 15:32:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ollama drama as 'easy-to-exploit' critical flaw found in open source AI server

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A now-patched vulnerability in Ollama – a popular open source project for running LLMs – can lead to remote code execution, according to flaw finders who warned that upwards of 1,000 vulnerable instances remain exposed to the internet.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 16:49:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 24.10 Now Defaults To NVIDIA On Wayland

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With Ubuntu 24.10 due for release in October one of the expressed planned changes has been NVIDIA defaulting to using Wayland rather than X11 for the default desktop session. As of this past week the change is now in place for Ubuntu 24.10 daily users that will find Wayland-by-default when using the official NVIDIA Linux graphics driver.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 18:05:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Reset the WordPress Admin Password Using CLI (via 2 Methods)

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Learn how to reset (or update and change) the MySQL admin password using either the MySQL command-line tool or the WP-CLI tool.

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 19:21:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft: By Default, Destroy Linux

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For a lot of software on GNU/Linux, it is nowadays not possible to install/use without systemd

[#] Tue Jun 25 2024 20:37:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to List Filesystem Partition Type Codes in Linux

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Understanding the filesystem partition type codes on a Linux system is crucial for managing disks and partitions effectively. These codes help identify the type of filesystem and the partitions’ role within the system. This guide will walk you through the steps to list these partition type codes using various command-line tools in Linux.

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