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[#] Mon Nov 18 2019 19:42:11 EST from rss

Subject: How to find the size of a file or directory on Linux using du and ncdu commands

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to use two simple and lightweight command line tools to help you analyze the space usage of your files and folders both on your local machine and on a remote system.

[#] Mon Nov 18 2019 20:47:18 EST from rss

Subject: nuclear

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nuclear lets you stream music over the internet. It offers easy access to YouTube, SoundCloud, and Jamendo (the latter with partial support), and there’s a plugin system to add additional services. It therefore seeks to offer a unified music environment for managing music content.

[#] Mon Nov 18 2019 21:52:21 EST from rss

Subject: Android-x86 Project Finally Lets You Install Android 9 Pie on Your PC

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The Android-x86 project finally lets users users install the Android 9 Pie mobile operating system on their personal computers with the upcoming Android-x86 9.0 release.

[#] Mon Nov 18 2019 22:57:25 EST from rss

Subject: How internet security works: TLS, SSL, and CA

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Multiple times every day, you visit websites that ask you to log in with your username or email address and password. Banking websites, social networking sites, email services, e-commerce sites, and news sites are just a handful of the types of sites that use this mechanism. Every time you sign into one of these sites, you are, in essence, saying, "yes, I trust this website, so I am willing to share my personal information with it." This data may include your name, gender, physical address, email address, and sometimes even credit card information.

[#] Mon Nov 18 2019 23:46:12 EST from rss

Subject: Find Text in Files on Linux using grep

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Developed by Ken Thompson in the early days of Unix, grep (globally search a regular expression and print) has been used for more than 45 years by system administrators all over the world. In this tutorial, we will focus on the grep command and how it can help us effectively find text in files all over our system.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 00:50:37 EST from rss

Subject: How to Setup iSCSI Storage Server on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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iSCSI stands for (Internet Small Computer System Interface) is a Storage Area Network (SAN) protocol that can be used for online storage management. In this tutorial, we will show you how to setup iSCSI target and iSCSI initiator on Ubuntu 18.04 server.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 01:54:06 EST from rss

Subject: Mini Type 10 dev board supports extended mini-PCIe I/O modules

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Acromag’s rugged “ACEX4041” Mini-ITX carrier is equipped with a Linux-friendly, Apollo Lake based COM Express Mini Type 10 module plus 4x mini-PCIe based “AcroPack” slots that support 25+ I/O modules. Acromag announced a Mini-ITX form-factor carrier board for COM Express Mini Type 10 modules sold in three configurations: barebones (ACEX4041); equipped with an Intel Apollo […]

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 02:58:09 EST from rss

Subject: The worlds fastest supercomputers hit higher speeds than ever with Linux

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The new list of the world[he]#039[/he]s fastest computers -- supercomputing[he]#039[/he]s Top 500 -- is out, and every one runs faster than a petaflop using Linux.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 04:03:14 EST from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 6.4 Enters Beta with Native GTK Dialogs, QR Code Generator, and More

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The upcoming LibreOffice 6.4 open-source and cross-platform office suite release has recently entered beta testing phase two months ahead of its official release early next year.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 04:52:02 EST from rss

Subject: Moving the Home folder to another partition in Ubuntu

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Usually when you have Ubuntu installed, it is likely that the system folders and the home folder all belong to the same partition.In order to keep your custom settings, your files and folders, it is recommended that you put your home folder in a specific partition so that future alterations on the system files and folders will not have any effect on the home folder so that you would be able to upgrade or even reinstall your Ubuntu without damaging the current custom files configuration.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 05:57:06 EST from rss

Subject: How To Easily Recall Forgotten Linux Commands

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Apropos command and BASH history helps us to easily recall forgotten Linux commands.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 07:02:10 EST from rss to edisInsight

Subject: Redis Labs eases database management with RedisInsight

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Based on the open source RDBTools project, Redis Labs' new tool gives database administrators a stable graphical user interface for database management.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 08:07:14 EST from rss

Subject: Fix Force Quit (X Is Not Responding) Dialog Freezing GNOME Shell 3.34

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Are you getting a "Application / game is not responding. You may choose to wait for a short while for it to continue or force the application to quit entirely" message when trying to run a game or an application that takes a long time to start on GNOME 3.34 with Xorg, this causing GNOME Shell to become unresponsive / freeze with some screen flickering on top? This article presents a very simple workaround for this issue.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 09:12:20 EST from rss

Subject: Cheat sheet for Linux users and permissions

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The Linux operating system is a true multi-user OS, meaning it assumes that there's data on every computer that should be protected, whether in the interest of privacy, security, or system integrity. Linux uses file ownership and permissions to manage file and folder access. For administrators who deal with different user environments all day, this system is easy to understand, calculate, and control.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 10:01:08 EST from rss

Subject: Google have now expanded the launch titles for Stadia up to 22

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Stadia, the Debian Linux and Vulkan powered game streaming service which you can play on a Linux desktop now has a more impressive launch lineup.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 11:06:11 EST from rss

Subject: How to use regular expressions in awk

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In awk, regular expressions (regex) allow for dynamic and complex pattern definitions. You're not limited to searching for simple strings but also patterns within patterns.The syntax for using regular expressions to match lines in awk is:word ~ /match/The inverse of that is not matching a pattern:read more

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 12:11:16 EST from rss

Subject: How to run SQL Statements Using Python Pandas

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This post gets you started in Python Pandas. This article is a good primer for users who come from SQL background and want to leverage python Pandas for data analytics.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 13:30:44 EST from rss

Subject: HP Linux Imaging & Printing Drivers Now Supported on Ubuntu 19.10 and Fedora 31

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The HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) project has released a new version of their driver stack for Linux-based operation systems to support their HP printers and scanners on more devices and systems.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 14:35:45 EST from rss

Subject: Packet sniffer basics for network troubleshooting

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Capturing packets with a free tool like tcpdump is an essential skill that you need to acquire as a sysadmin. Anthony Critelli shows you the ropes.

[#] Tue Nov 19 2019 15:57:00 EST from rss

Subject: How to use pkgsrc on Linux

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NetBSD is famous for running on basically anything, but did you know its second claim to fame is the pkgsrc package manager? Like NetBSD, pkgsrc runs on basically anything, or at least anything Unix and Unix-like. You can install pkgsrc on BSD, Linux, Illumos, Solaris, and Mac. All told, over 20 operating systems are more

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