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[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 15:48:15 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 30 Beta Released, Chef Releasing All of Its Software as Open Source, elementary Adopting Flatpak for AppCenter, Unreal Engine 4.22 Now Available and VMware Lawsuit Dropped

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[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 17:11:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Essential System Tools: Unison

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This is the latest in our series of articles highlighting essential system tools. These are small, indispensable utilities, useful for system administrators as well as regular users of Linux based systems. The series examines both graphical and text based open source utilities.

[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 18:15:21 EDT from rss

Subject: How to rebase to Fedora 30 Beta on Silverblue

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Silverblue is an operating system for your desktop built on Fedora. It’s excellent for daily use, development, and container-based workflows. It offers numerous advantages such as being able to roll back in case of any problems. If you want to test Fedora 30 on your Silverblue system, this article tells you how. It not only […]

[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 19:35:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Yes,it isn't completely useless. All about the Linux yes Command.

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A fun a lighthearted look at the Linux yes command. A little something different to break the monotony, of all the hardcore Linux that has gotten to be, a little bit out of control it's cool to enhance. But what about a piece that soothes and moves jubilance.

[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 20:56:40 EDT from rss

Subject: Listen to Free Music with Spotify on Ubuntu

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With Spotify, you can play your favorite songs and albums free on Linux. In this article, we will describe two ways to install/uninstall Spotify on your Ubuntu. You can make a choice based on the source you want to install it from and also if you want to use the UI or the command line.

[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 22:00:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Apache Patches Carpe Diem Vulnerability in Web Server Update

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eWEEK: The open-source Apache Web Server project has patched six flaws in the new 2.4.39 update, including a critical issue that could potentially put cloud and shared web hosting providers at risk.

[#] Wed Apr 03 2019 23:20:03 EDT from rss

Subject: Append-only backups with borg to another VPS or dedicated server

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This tutorial will show how to backup the data on a server, denominated as the main server, to another host, here named backup server, with the free software backup program Borg.

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 00:42:28 EDT from rss

Subject: 5 useful open source log analysis tools

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Monitoring network activity can be a tedious job, but there are good reasons to do it. For one, it allows you to find and investigate suspicious logins on workstations, devices connected to networks, and servers while identifying sources of administrator abuse. You can also trace software installations and data transfers to identify potential issues in real time rather than after the damage is more

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 01:46:11 EDT from rss

Subject: IP Aliasing : Assigning multiple IP addresses to single NIC

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Learn to assign multiple IP addresses to a single NIC (Network Interface Card). This process of assigning multiple addresses to a single network interface is called IP...

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 03:05:29 EDT from rss

Subject: Use Git as the backend for chat

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Git is one of those rare applications that has managed to encapsulate so much of modern computing into one program that it ends up serving as the computational engine for many other applications. While it's best-known for tracking source code changes in software development, it has many other uses that can make your life easier and more organized. In this series leading up to Git's 14th anniversary on April 7, we'll share seven little-known ways to use Git. Today, we'll look at GIC, a Git-based chat applicationread more

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 04:10:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Check User Login History In Linux?

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[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 05:31:32 EDT from rss

Subject: What Is Kubernetes?

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Kubernetes is an open-source platform that helps manage container applications such as Docker. It can speed up server deployment and save you time and money

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 06:50:11 EDT from rss

Subject: Get the Execution Time of a Shell Script

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In this short tutorial we take a look at the SECONDS built in shell variable. We discuss what it is, how to use it and formatting it to cleanly display the time a shell script took to execute.

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 07:53:12 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Get the Size of a Directory in Linux

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The du command displays the amount of file space used by the specified files or directories.

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 09:11:16 EDT from rss to aspberry Pi

Subject: SUSE Linux and enterprise Raspberry Pi

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Video: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server gets work done on many platforms -- including, believe it or not, the Raspberry Pi.

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 10:29:49 EDT from rss

Subject: What Linux Journal's Resurrection Taught Me about the FOSS Community

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Although I haven't been with Linux Journal since thebeginning, I was there during the heyday, the stroke, the decline,the death and the resurrection. This article is about that story andwhat it says about how the FOSS community has changed.

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 11:50:07 EDT from rss

Subject: Managing Python packages the right way

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The Python Package Index (PyPI) indexes an amazing array of libraries and applications covering every use case imaginable. However, when it comes to installing and using these packages, newcomers often find themselves running into issues with missing permissions, incompatible library dependencies, and installations that break in surprising more

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 12:53:20 EDT from rss

Subject: Google Won't Allow DRM in an Open-Source Project, Collabora Announces the SPURV Project, WPS Office for Linux Version 11 Released, PyCharm 2019.1.1 Now Available, and KDE Plasma 5.15.4 Brings Many Bug

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[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 14:15:27 EDT from rss

Subject: GNU Nano, Puppy Linux, WINE, Ubuntu 19.04 Beta, Gentoo, Flatpaks, Snaps, EU | This Week in Linux 61

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GNU Nano 4.0, WINE, Ubuntu 19.04 Beta, Ubuntu MATE 18.04 for Raspberry Pi, Puppy Linux 8.0, Flatpaks, Snaps, Epiphany, Mailnag, smenu, EU Copyright Directive, Humble Book Bundles, DiRT 4, Steam Play

[#] Thu Apr 04 2019 15:21:14 EDT from rss

Subject: Open Source Is Winning, and Now It's Time for People to Win Too

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Back when I started college, in the fall of 1988, I was introduced to atext editor called Emacs... The GNU folks talked about software withextreme intensity, as if the fate of the entire world rested on thesuccess of their software replacing its commercial competition.

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