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[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 09:38:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Build a remote management console using Python and Jupyter Notebooks

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Secure shell (SSH) is a powerful tool for remote administration, but it lacks some niceties. Writing a full-fledged remote administration console sounds like it would be a lot of work. Surely, someone in the open source community has already written something?They have, and its name is Jupyter. You might think Jupyter is one of those tools data scientists use to analyze trends in ad clicks over a week or something. This is not wrong—they do, and it is a great tool for that. But that is just scratching its more

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 11:42:28 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Setup Automatic Kernel Updates on Linux

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This article explains how to set up automatic rebootless kernel updates using the live patching solutions from Canonical and CloudLinux.

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 13:59:44 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux kernel security fixes spotted before release with side channel attack on...developer mailing lists

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Data mining of code commits and chat gives hackers a cunning edgeBoffins affiliated with BMW, Siemens, and two German universities have found that they can detect Linux kernel security fixes before they get released, insight that could allow miscreants to develop and deploy exploit code for which there's no defense.…

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 16:18:01 EDT from rss

Subject: Cortex-R82 runs 64-bit Linux with up to 1TB RAM

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Arm unveiled a 64-bit, real-time capable Cortex-R82 processor aimed at high-end storage controllers that offers an optional MMU to run full Linux distributions with support up to 1TB DRAM and optional Neon for ML workloads. Arm announced its first 64-bit, Linux-capable Cortex-R MCU to enable more advanced storage controllers. The Cortex-R82 offers greater speed, lower […]

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 18:22:04 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use apt to install programs from command line in Debian

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This article shows how to use the apt-get command for installing programs from the command line in Debian OS. We have used Debian 10 OS for running the commands and procedure mentioned in this article.

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 20:40:20 EDT from rss

Subject: The September 2020 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the September 2020 issue.

[#] Sat Sep 05 2020 22:43:21 EDT from rss to elease Date

Subject: elementary OS 6 Odin: New Features and Release Date

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The upcoming major release of elementary OS is on full development at the moment. And not much information is available. However, here we list down the expected changes in this upcoming major release.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 01:04:40 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Install and Configure CyberPanel on CentOS 8

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The web hosting industry is expanding and evolving every day. Web hosting control panels are one of the core elements of this growing industry, thanks to people that are new to web hosting needing a user-friendly way to manage their server. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install and configure CyberPanel on a CentOS 8 VPS.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 03:14:16 EDT from rss

Subject: VirtualBox 6.1.14 Released with Full Support for Linux Kernel 5.8

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Oracle released today the VirtualBox 6.1.14 update to its open-source and multi-platform virtualization software with full support for the latest and greatest Linux 5.8 kernel series.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 05:18:49 EDT from rss

Subject: 6 Cool Things You Didn't Know About Linux's History

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here's 6 Cool Things You Didn't Know About the History of Unix & Linux inspired by the fantastic article written by Eric Londo on

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 12:03:27 EDT from rss

Subject: Q4OS 3.12 Centaurus Released with Latest Debian Update

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Q4OS 3.12 "Centaurus" released its latest long term support release with Debian Buster 10.5 update.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 12:03:27 EDT from rss

Subject: LibreOffice 7.0 Gets First Point Release, 79 Bugs Squashed

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The Document Foundation released today LibreOffice 7.0.1 as the first point release in the latest LibreOffice 7.0 series of this very popular, free, open source and multi-platform office suite.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 12:03:27 EDT from rss

Subject: My dramatic journey to becoming an open source engineer

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It[he]#039[/he]s been five years and a heck of a journey from being a non-programmer to becoming an associate software engineer at Red Hat. It[he]#039[/he]s a story worth telling—not because I have achieved a lot, but because of so much drama and so many pitfalls. So grab a cup of coffee, and I will share the unturned pages of my love story with technology.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 14:07:29 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 reasons Jamstack is changing web development

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The way we use and the way we build the web have evolved dramatically since its inception. Developers have seen the rise and fall of many architectural and development paradigms intended to satisfy more complex user experiences, support evolving device capabilities, and enable more effective development workflows.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 17:12:32 EDT from rss

Subject: A look at password security, Part V: Disk Encryption

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The previous posts ( I, II, III, IV) focused primarily on remote login, either to multiuser systems or Web sites (though the same principles also apply to other networked services …

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 19:30:48 EDT from rss

Subject: How To Connect Gamepad Terios X3(Shanwan) to Ubuntu Linux using a USB Cable!

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Gamepad is a useful tool for controlling video games on a PC or smartphone, etc. I have a Terios X3 Wireless Bluetooth Gamepad as in the image below. In this case, I want to connect this gamepad to a laptop that uses Ubuntu Linux (I'm using ubuntu 20.04). In this type of Gamepad, we can connect it to a PC or Android.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 21:32:48 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux Jargon Buster: What is a Linux Distribution? Why is it Called a

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What is a Linux distribution? Why is it called a distribution (or distro)? How is it different from the Linux kernel? What is GNU/Linux? Clear your doubts in this jargon buster.

[#] Sun Sep 06 2020 23:51:04 EDT from rss

Subject: PCLinuxOS Review: This Classic Independent Linux Distribution is Definitely Worth a Look

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Most of the Linux distributions are based on Debian/Ubuntu/Arch. PCLinuxOS is not one of them. Take a look at the classic independent PCLinuxOS distribution.

[#] Mon Sep 07 2020 01:54:05 EDT from rss

Subject: Hidden Linux kernel security fixes spotted before release -- by using developer-mailing lists as a side channel

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Data mining of code commits and chat gives hackers a cunning edgeBoffins affiliated with BMW, Siemens, and two German universities can detect obfuscated Linux kernel security fixes before they get released, insight that could allow miscreants to develop and deploy exploit code for which there's no official defense.…

[#] Mon Sep 07 2020 10:29:55 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux 5.9-rc4 Kernel Released with More Driver, Feature Support

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Linux Torvalds announced the availability of the latest Linux Kernel release candidate 5.9-rc4 for the upcoming Linux Kernel 5.9.

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