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[#] Fri Mar 22 2019 20:26:20 EDT from rss

Subject: How to save time with TiDB

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Last November, I wrote about key differences between MySQL and TiDB, an open source-compatible, cloud-based database engine, from the perspective of scaling both solutions in the cloud. In this follow-up article, I'll dive deeper into the ways TiDB streamlines and simplifies administration.If you come from a MySQL background, you may be used to doing a lot of manual tasks that are either not required or much simpler with more

[#] Fri Mar 22 2019 22:18:06 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Use Nginx as a Reverse Proxy

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In addition to being a web server, Nginx can also be a reverse proxy server. Here we will show you how you can make use of Nginx as a reverse proxy.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 00:10:02 EDT from rss

Subject: Arch Linux Setup Internet, X Installation, System Configuration

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In this guide, we boot into our Arch system that we installed in the previous guide. Here, we configure an Internet connection, a couple of troubleshooting tips, and install some software. This software will include a graphical user interface (GUI) provided by the X server. As with everything else, each step will be performed manually, via the terminal.?

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 02:20:05 EDT from rss

Subject: R.I.P. Intel Compute Card and Samsung Artik

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Intel has stopped development on new Intel Compute Card modules. The new follows the revelation that Samsung has discontinued its Artik line of computer-on-modules. Intel is pulling the plug on its Intel Compute Card product line following Samsung’s recent discontinuation of its Artik computer-on-modules. The early demise of these Linux-compatible module families hardly reflects on [[he]#8230[/he]]

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 04:12:36 EDT from rss

Subject: How to set up Fedora Silverblue as a gaming station

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This article gives you a step by step guide to turn your Fedora Silverblue into an awesome gaming station with the help of Flatpak and Steam. Note: Do you need the NVIDIA proprietary driver on Fedora 29 Silverblue for a complete experience?

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 06:04:41 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux C Programming Tutorial Part 15 - 2's Complement and Negative numbers

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Up until now, in this ongoing C programming tutorial series, we have discussed quite a few concepts, but missed a basic one. It's about negative numbers. Yeah, though we briefly mentioned signed vs unsigned variables in one of our initial tutorials, we didn't actually discuss how negative numbers are stored in memory.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 07:56:32 EDT from rss

Subject: AMD have launched an update to their open source Radeon GPU Analyzer, better Vulkan support

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[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 09:50:25 EDT from rss

Subject: Why Docker Containers Matter, 6 Years After the Project First Started

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Few, if any six year old technologies have done as much to change the way applications are built and deployed as Docker.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 11:42:32 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Configure MySQL in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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In this article, we will show you how to install MySQL database server on Ubuntu 18.04 and how to configure it securely.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 13:34:48 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Delete a User and Avoiding Residual Security Implications of Doing So

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Deleting a user is simple right... Not so fast. There can be some residual security risks. In this short article we discuss how to delete a user, possible security implications and how to avoid them.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 15:24:16 EDT from rss

Subject: Destination Linux EP113 - Technical Michael Interview

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On DL113 - Noah Checks out the Open Compute Data Centre, Gnome 3.32 Released, Sway 1.0 Released, TLP 1.2 is out, Firefox "send". Linux Gaming News plus our Tips, Tricks and Software Spotlight picks!

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 17:32:47 EDT from rss

Subject: Best Linux Distros for Beginners

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A list of the best Linux distros for beginners with screenshots and their features, a guide on how to choose one, FAQs, and more

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 19:23:38 EDT from rss

Subject: Bash Concatenate Strings

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One of the most commonly used string operations is concatenation. String concatenation is just a fancy programming word for joining strings together by appending one string to the end of another string.

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 21:15:28 EDT from rss

Subject: How to transition into a Developer Relations career

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Let's say you've found an open source project you really love and you want to do more than just contribute. Or you love coding, but you don't want to spend the rest of your life interacting more with your computer than you do with people. How do you combine your love for open source software with your love for the community in a way that allows you to invest your time in both?read more

[#] Sat Mar 23 2019 23:08:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Wizard Kit: How I Protect Myself from Surveillance

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Ever since the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Panopticlick initiative in 2010, I’ve been sensitized to the risks and potential harms that come from adtech’s tracking of consumers. Indeed, in the years since, it has gotten far far worse. People are only now discovering the bad stuff that has been going on. For example, iPhone apps have been secretly recording users' keystrokes (see ZDNet, Feb 8, 2019), and Android apps with more than 2 billion downloads were committing ad fraud on real humans’ devices behind their backs (see BuzzFeed News, Nov 2018).

[#] Sun Mar 24 2019 03:57:03 EDT from rss

Subject: RPi Zero W based robot kits offer pan-tilt cam, GPS, and ToF sensing

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The $120 to $165 “SparkFun Autonomous Kit for Sphero RVR” extends the $250 Sphero RVR robot with an Raspberry Pi Zero W, a pan-tilt camera, GPS, and an optional ToF distance sensor. SparkFun Electronics recently completed a successful Kickstarter project for its Sphero RVR, a four-wheeled tank-treaded robot that offers optional programming via a Raspberry [[he]#8230[/he]]

[#] Sun Mar 24 2019 06:20:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Mozilla Releases Firefox 66.0.1 to Patch Two Critical Security Vulnerabilities

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Mozilla released the first point release to its latest Firefox 66 web browser to address two critical security vulnerabilities exposed during the Pwn2Own hacking contest event.

[#] Sun Mar 24 2019 08:45:11 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install OpenLDAP on Ubuntu Server 18.04

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In this first piece, I’ll be demonstrating the installation and configuration of OpenLDAP on Ubuntu Server 18.04. All you will need to make this work is a running instance of Ubuntu Server 18.04 and a user account with sudo privileges.

[#] Sun Mar 24 2019 11:09:51 EDT from rss

Subject: buntu 18.04

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How to Secure Nginx with Let’s Encrypt on Ubuntu. HTTPS ensures that no information is passed as plain text. It’s recommended to use SSL certificates on all websites.

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