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[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 14:06:23 EST from rss

Subject: RipMe Is An Easy To Use Bulk Image Downloader (GUI And CLI)

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Need to download all images in an online album and don't want to click each image to save it to your computer? Try RipMe, a Java tool with both graphical and command line interfaces, to mass download images from various sources.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 15:10:30 EST from rss

Subject: Create an FTP-based YUM/DNF repository on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

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You can create your own local YUM/DNF repository on your local server. Here's how to do that using FTP.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 16:15:33 EST from rss to HEL Systems

Subject: Bash Script to Generate Patching Compliance Report on CentOS/RHEL Systems

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2DayGeek: This bash script allows you to create a patching compliance reports every month or once every three months.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 17:19:35 EST from rss

Subject: The PinePhone Open Source Linux Smartphone Is Now Available for Pre-Order

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After being available only to developers interested in hacking the device, PINE64's PinePhone open source Linux smartphone is now available for pre-order and anyone can get one.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 18:08:20 EST from rss

Subject: PyRadio: An open source alternative for internet radio

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PyRadio is a convenient, open source, command-line application for playing any radio station that has a streaming link. And in 2019, almost every radio station (certainly, every one that has a web presence) has a way to listen online. Using the free PyRadio program, you can add, edit, play and switch between your own selected list of streaming radio stations. It is a command-line tool for Linux that can run on many computers, including Macintosh and tiny computers like Raspberry Pi.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 19:12:26 EST from rss

Subject: Opera 65 Launches with Much-Improved Tracker Blocker, Redesigned Address Bar

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Opera Software announced today the general availability of the Opera 65 web browser for desktop platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows, a release that brings a bunch of enhancements and new features.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 20:17:30 EST from rss

Subject: Privacy Implications of Transparent Pixels

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Save color values from transparent pixels? You may have seen it in your favorite image editing program. What does this option do? Well, it does what it says. If you leave this option checked when you export your image, any pixels you erased will be saved in the exported image. They will not be truly erased, just made fully transparent. This option has privacy implications. With it enabled, what you erase from an image may still be present in transparent pixels.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 21:21:33 EST from rss

Subject: Tweet Directly from the Debian Command Line using Rainbow Stream

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In this article, we will explain how you can Tweet directly from your Debian command line through the Rainbow Stream application. The process includes installing the application, giving it access to use your Twitter account, and then tweeting from your Terminal.

[#] Fri Nov 15 2019 22:26:37 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Gitea Code Hosting Platform with HTTPS on Debian 10

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Gitea is a code hosting web application written in Go and forked from Gogs. As its name suggests, it is designed to be used with the popular source control program Git, similarly to Gitlab and Github. This guide will explain how to install Gitea on Debian 10 behind an HTTPS reverse proxy (Nginx).

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 00:37:36 EST from rss

Subject: Manipulating text with grep

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Want to get more out of grep? Check this out.

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 02:46:20 EST from rss

Subject: How To Show Available WiFi Networks, Their Channels, Signal Strength And More

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This article explains how to view available WiFi networks, list their channels, link quality, security, signal strength, and more on Linux using the command line.

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 04:56:07 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Elastic Stack (Elasticsearch, Logstah and Kibana) on CentOS 8

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In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure Elastic Stack on a CentOS 8 server for monitoring server logs. Then I'll show you how to install 'Elastic beats' on a CentOS 8 and an Ubuntu 18.04 LTS client operating system.

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 07:05:54 EST from rss

Subject: White Screen of Death: Admins up in arms after experimental Google emission borks Chrome

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Change rolled back, but it's not a good look for Google. An experimental feature silently rolled out to the stable Chrome release on Tuesday caused chaos for IT admins this week after users complained of facing white, featureless tabs on Google's massively popular browser.

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 09:15:01 EST from rss

Subject: New HA clustering on MicroK8s eases path to clustered edge appliances

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Canonical announced high availability clustering in MicroK8s, its single-node Kubernetes environment for prototyping k8s applications and running edge containers on IoT gateways. The feature is enabled using Dqlite. Last month with the release of Ubuntu 19.10, Canonical announced “strict confinement” support for Canonical’s MicroK8s Kubernetes environment for single-node clusters, thereby enabling easier deployment on edge […]

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 11:24:11 EST from rss

Subject: Like a BAT outta hell, Brave browser hits 1.0 with crypto-coin rewards for your fave websites

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*Cough cough*, The privacy-focused Brave web browser has reached version 1.0, available now for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS and Android.…

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 13:15:58 EST from rss

Subject: Fedora pastebin and fpaste updates

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Fedora and EPEL users who use fpaste to paste and share snippets of text might have noticed some changes recently. Recently, an update went out which sends pastes made by fpaste to the CentOS Pastebin instead of the Modern Paste instance that Fedora was running. Don’t fear — this was an intentional change, and is […]

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 15:08:54 EST from rss

Subject: D9VK developer is working on allowing DXVK to help Linux ports for Direct3D to Vulkan

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[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 17:00:58 EST from rss

Subject: Sandwich-style SBC runs Linux on i.MX8M Mini

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Boardcon has launched a “EM-IMX8M-MINI” SBC built around a “SOM-IMX8M-MINI” module that runs Linux on a quad -A53 i.MX8M Mini with 2GB LPDDR4, 8GB eMMC, and WiFi/BT. The SBC adds MIPI-DSI/CSI, GbE, USB, serial, CAN, and M.2. Boardcon has produced a lot of Samsung and Rockchip based embedded boards, such as its recent, Rockchip RK3399 […]

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 18:38:35 EST from rss

Subject: How to port an awk script to Python

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Scripts are potent ways to solve a problem repeatedly, and awk is an excellent language for writing them. It excels at easy text processing in particular, and it can bring you through some complicated rewriting of config files or reformatting file names in a directory.

[#] Sat Nov 16 2019 20:31:29 EST from rss

Subject: Oracle and Google will fight in court over Java, AGAIN and this time it's going to the Supremes

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The case that just won't dieThe US Supreme Court has agreed to once and for all decide the copyright case between Oracle and Google after nine years of legal wrangling.…

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