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[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 07:17:32 EST from rss

Subject: dhcpcd hooks: what are they and why should you care?

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I know I didn't know what dhcpcd hooks were and why I should care about them. That is, until I set up a file server that runs headless and which I want to make sounds when certain events, such as the network coming up, occur.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 09:43:56 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Google Chrome in Ubuntu

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Most users who try to install Google Chrome in Ubuntu will not find it in the Software center. Here is how you can install Google Chrome in Ubuntu.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 11:37:49 EST from rss

Subject: DriveSync - Easy Way to Sync Files Between Local And Google Drive from Linux CLI

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2DayGeek: DriveSync is a command line utility that synchronizes your files between local system and Google Drive via command line.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 12:10:23 EST from rss

Subject: Flameshot is an Amazing Screenshot Tool

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If you are someone who depends on saving screenshots a lot in your work, then you would find the default screenshoot tools on Linux (Such as GNOME Screenshot, Kscreenshot..) very limited to your own daily needs. Those tools do not come with any features other than just taking a screenshot for some parts of the screen. Luckily, there’s a tool called Flameshot to solve this issue.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 14:36:45 EST from rss

Subject: How To Launch Containers With Docker Compose

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This article is going to introduce Docker Compose and show how to put it to work for your needs. We will install it, write a simple Compose file and launch the container. We will then see how to launch multiple containers. Then we will see how to build images and lately how to use multiple Compose files to launch containers in different environments, like development and production, for example.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 17:03:22 EST from rss

Subject: Comparing fields across two tables

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It's a shell-user's axiom: if you find yourself typing certain commands again and again, script them. This script saves me time when checking if the contents of a field have changed when data are moved from one data table to another.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 19:12:28 EST from rss

Subject: How to Master the rsync Command in Linux

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Rsync is a useful file synchronization tool that comes with incremental synchronization. Learn how to and install and use the Rsync command in Linux.

[#] Sat Feb 02 2019 21:38:50 EST from rss

Subject: Portworx Looks To Improve Cloud Native Kubernetes Data Portability

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As organizations increasingly choose to adopt cloud native Kubernetes technologies, there is a corresponding need to make it easier to deploy and manage storage.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 00:05:15 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to install PHP 7.3 on Ubuntu 18.04. PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) is an open-source server-side scripting language designed primarily for creating dynamic interactive websites. PHP is one of the most popular languages and it is freely available for redistribution and modification. PHP powers WordPress, the most popular content management system used for blogging and building websites as well as many other e-commerce websites, customer relationship management software, enterprise resource planning software, and much more.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 02:33:26 EST from rss

Subject: How to Create Bootable CentOS USB Stick on Windows

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This tutorial will walk you through the process of creating a bootable CentOS USB stick on Windows. You can use this USB stick to boot and test out or install CentOS on any computer that supports booting from USB.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 04:48:48 EST from rss

Subject: Verify JAVA Installation on Ubuntu and Check the Installed version (if any)

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This article describes how you can easily check your installed Java version on your Ubuntu system. We have run the commands and procedures mentioned in this article on a Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 07:15:19 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Backup Types Explained and Best Practices

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In today's technical world, the importance of Linux seems to be increasing. And there are innumerable reasons behind this popularity, including stability, box security, rock-solid reliability, and much more. If you are a freshly minted Linux administrator, one of the primary challenges in front of you would be to implement a dependable and reliable backup system, isn't it?

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 12:08:18 EST from rss

Subject: Kodi 18, Firefox 65, Lutris, Linux Mint, Makulu, Alpine, Tails, Pine64 | This Week in Linux 53

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also on TWinL53: Akira: Prototyping Design Tool, Olive: New Video Editor, LosslessCut, System76's Darter Pro, PinePhone: Linux Smartphone, PineTab: Linux Tablet, Pinebook Pro: $199 Linux Laptop

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 16:18:09 EST from rss

Subject: GNU Hurd Can Build Around 75% Of The Debian Packages, But No 64-bit Or SMP Yet

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Samuel Thibault once again presented at the Free Open-Source Developers' European Meeting (FOSDEM) about the state of the Hurd. Recently the Hurd picked up a PCI arbiter, basic ACPI support for power management, and is now able to build roughly 75% of the Debian package set.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 19:16:47 EST from rss

Subject: Setting up an Nginx Reverse Proxy

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A reverse proxy is a service that takes a client request, sends the request to one or more proxied servers, fetches the response, and delivers the server’s response to the client.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 21:26:09 EST from rss

Subject: Don't want to watch Super Bowl LIII today? Install the Kodi 18 Leia-focused LibreELEC 9.0 Linux distro instead!

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Well, folks, it is finally here. After a rather lengthy beta period, LibreELEC 9.0 is available for download. Wait, are you not familiar with this specialized Linux-based operating system? Please know it is a lightweight OS that only exists to run Kodi -- the very popular open source media center.

[#] Sun Feb 03 2019 23:52:45 EST from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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How to install Wine 4.0 on Ubuntu 18.04 with video how-to

[#] Mon Feb 04 2019 02:18:30 EST from rss

Subject: Introduction to Ebay API with python: Obtaining keys and accessing the sandbox - Part 1

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Ebay is one of the biggest ecommerce sites. Many people use it to search and buy products, and many stores use it to enlarge their audience and expand their business range. If we want to operate programmatically on Ebay, for example to mass create or modify a set of items, or quickly confront prices, we must use the dedicated application programming interfaces. In this tutorial we will see how to prepare our working environment in order to use python to interact with the Ebay APIs.

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[#] Mon Feb 04 2019 08:32:41 EST from rss

Subject: Best Free Linux Home Computer Emulators

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This article focuses on software which emulates home computers, a class of personal computer which reached the market in the late 1970s, and became immensely popular in the following decade, selling many millions of units. Leading home computer companies included Commodore, Sinclair, Atari, Apple, Acorn, Tandy Radio Shack, and Amstrad.

[#] Mon Feb 04 2019 10:58:36 EST from rss

Subject: 6 Methods To Create A File In Specific Size In Linux

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2DayGeeK: This tutorial helps you to create a file in specific size in Linux using multiple ways.

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