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[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 05:01:31 EST from rss

Subject: How to run a business with open source: Top reads

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Open source is ready to get to work, and in 2019, had many great articles about how organizations have adopted open source software or open methods to drive their business. As open source matures, we[he]#039[/he]ve seen open source not just replace proprietary software, but create entirely new business models. Check out this list of five outstanding articles from in 2019 about running a business with open source.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 07:09:39 EST from V Antivirus

Subject: Secure Debian with ClamAV Antivirus

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Although Linux is popular for being mostly virus-free, there might still exist some-especially if you usually download stuff from unreliable sources. Since viruses are not a major issue in Linux, there is not a huge pool of antivirus available for this operating system. One of the best among these is the ClamAV antivirus which does its job pretty well. In this article, we will explain how you can install and use ClamAV and ClamTK GUI to scan Debian for viruses.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 09:18:45 EST from rss

Subject: 10 Linux command tutorials for beginners and experts

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Using Linux well means understanding what commands are available and what they[he]#039[/he]re capable of doing for you. We have covered a lot of them on during 2019, and here are 10 favorites from the bunch.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 11:28:53 EST from rss

Subject: 4 Ways To Check Uptime of Apache Web Server (httpd) on Linux

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This tutorial gives you several options to check Apache (http) web server uptime on Linux.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 13:39:01 EST from rss

Subject: How the Zen of Python handles errors

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Handling "exceptional conditions" is one of the most debated issues in programming. That could be because the stakes are high: mishandled error values can bring down even the largest systems. Since "exception conditions," by nature, are the least tested but occur with unpleasant frequency, correctly handling them can often distinguish a system that horror stories are told about to a system that "just works."read more

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 15:49:09 EST from rss

Subject: How To Simulate Linux Commands Without Changing Anything In The System

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This brief tutorial explains how to simulate Linux commands but do not actually change the system.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 17:59:18 EST from rss

Subject: How to Install Vagrant on CentOS 8

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Vagrant is a command-line tool for building and managing virtualized development environments.

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 20:09:26 EST from rss

Subject: Top articles of 2019: For desktop users

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It’s this time of the year again — the time to reflect, and look back at some Fedora Magazine’s most popular articles in 2019. This time it’s all about desktop users. Let’s highlight a few of the many articles written by our great contributors in 2019, focusing on Fedora as a desktop OS. Dash to […]

[#] Fri Dec 27 2019 22:18:33 EST from rss

Subject: 12 open source resources for kids and young adults

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Are you looking to challenge your children (or even yourself) to learn new things about open source technologies? Whether you[he]#039[/he]re in elementary school, high school, or college, or even a parent or teacher, has some great reading about open source technologies suitable for the younger generation. Here are our top 12 articles from 2019 on open source for students (and those who love them).

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 00:44:42 EST from rss

Subject: 10 articles to become more data science savvy

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When LinkedIn released its third annual Emerging Jobs report, engineers everywhere said, "Amen." More than half the list consists of engineering roles, with new fields like robotics appearing for the first time. But data science had a strong showing as well. The role shows 37% annual growth, topping that aspect of the Emerging Jobs list for the third year in a row.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 02:54:12 EST from rss

Subject: How to Multitask in the Linux Terminal with Screen

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Screen makes multitasking in the terminal simple. With it, you can run many tools in parallel, each in their session, and detach and re-attach to it at will

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 05:01:36 EST from rss

Subject: How to extend your laptop battery lifespan on Linux Ubuntu/Debian

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As computers become more powerful and more efficient, they rapidly drain their batteries because they consume more electricity. While this might depend on the number of running applications, laptop moans are mainly caused by battery life especially when they are not plugged in throughout the day.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 07:11:45 EST from rss

Subject: Linux Kernel 5.3 Reached End of Life, Users Urged to Upgrade to Linux Kernel 5.4

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The Linux 5.3 kernel series has reached end of life and it will no longer receive maintenance updates that fix critical security issues or bugs.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 09:20:51 EST from rss

Subject: The importance of consistency in your Python code

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The principle of least surprise is a guideline when designing user interfaces. It says that when the user performs an action, the program should do whatever would surprise the user the least. This is for the same reason kids love reading the same book over and over again: there is nothing more comforting to people than the ability to predict and have those predictions come more

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 11:29:58 EST from rss

Subject: Fkill - Interactively Search And Kill Processes On Linux

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Fkill, stands for Fabulous Kill, is a cross-platform command line utility to interactively search and kill multiple processes at once.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 13:39:05 EST from rss

Subject: A Brief History of Open Source Sofrtware

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Everybody uses open source software today. But not everyone knows where it came from, or how many battles were fought along the way before it emerged victorious. If you're not sure you know the whole story, this article is for you.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 16:05:29 EST from rss

Subject: 7 questions to ask an employer before taking a sysadmin job

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I learned a lot about "The Interview" during my first career transition. Hopefully, you will find some of these takeaways helpful.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 18:14:36 EST from rss

Subject: How to Sketch Like a Pro in Krita

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Krita is a software specializing in sketching and drawing. This tutorial will work as both an intro to sketching and the use of Krita for this purpose.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 20:23:43 EST from rss

Subject: Understanding the /etc/shadow File

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The /etc/shadow file keeps records about encrypted users' passwords, as well as other passwords related information.

[#] Sat Dec 28 2019 22:31:48 EST from rss

Subject: Most-read open source news stories of 2019

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A great deal happened in the world of open source in 2019. Once upon a time, you would have been hard-pressed to find news about Linux, free software, and open source software outside of a small handful of specialist publications. Today, though, news about open source is everywhere; the online edition of Forbes even has its own Linux columnist.

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