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[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 03:58:22 EDT from rss

Subject: Linux command basics: printf

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The printf command traces its roots back to the development world but offers practical utility to the sysadmin, as well. Derived from the print function in C programming languages, it provides the user with the ability to print a formatted string of output. Use printf to format text or numbers.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 05:14:37 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Upgrade to Fedora 33 Workstation from Fedora 32 (GUI and CLI Method)

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Fedora 33 is available now. You might be thinking to upgrade to the latest version and wondering how to take advantage of new features. Here are the steps to upgrade to Fedora 33 Workstation from Fedora 32.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 06:32:54 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 33 Released with GNOME 3.38.1 and Linux Kernel 5.8, Btrfs as Default Filesystem

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The Fedora Project released today the Fedora 33 operating system as the latest and greatest release of their RPM-based, community maintained GNU/Linux distribution for the masses.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 07:49:09 EDT from rss

Subject: Getting started with systemctl

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Managing services is a key responsibility for sysadmins. How about a brief but thorough introduction to mastering systemctl? Enable yourself to use it today.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 09:05:24 EDT from rss

Subject: Fedora 33 is now available for download, This is What's New

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Coming after 6 months from the earlier Fedora 32, the latest Fedora 33 distribution is supported until December 2021 with bug fixes and security updates. With this release, Fedora brings all of its desktop spins to their respective latest versions. Fedora releases two versions in a year and Fedora 33 is the last version of 2020.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 17:33:46 EDT from rss

Subject: EndeavourOS is a Wholesome Arch-Based Distribution

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We’ll go today in a review of EndeavourOS 2020.09.20 and what to expect of it. TL;DR: It is a good distribution for anyone who wants an easy, minimal Arch installation.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 18:50:01 EDT from rss

Subject: What

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Get up to date with what's new in Fedora 33! Read about some of the latest changes and improvements.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 20:07:17 EDT from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi based audio streamer features 5-inch touchscreen

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Orchard Audio has launched an $800 “PecanPi Streamer Ultra” that adds a 5-inch touchscreen to the Raspberry Pi 3-based audio streamer. Orchard is also prepping a “PecanPi USB/SPDIF” DAC and amp that overrides your computer or phone audio. Last year, Orchard Audio found success with a well-reviewed PecanPi DAC Raspberry Pi add-on and PecanPi Streamer […]

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 21:09:18 EDT from rss

Subject: Need to build a Big Data app but can't be bothered to learn Python or Scala? Good news: .NET for Apache Spark is here

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Stay safe and warm in your C# cocoon. Good news landed today for data dabblers with a taste for .NET - Version 1.0 of .NET for Apache Spark has been released into the wild.…

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 22:25:33 EDT from rss

Subject: How to use the history command on CentOS 8

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The ‘history’ command is used to display the terminal history. It keeps the history of all terminal commands executed on your system and allows users to replay or reuse previously executed commands on the terminal without having to type them all again.

[#] Wed Oct 28 2020 23:42:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Using TRIM and DISCARD with SSDs attached to RAID controllers

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Learn to groom your SSDs to maintain the best performance.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 00:59:04 EDT from rss

Subject: Xavier NX driven AI box has five GbE ports

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Aaeon’s -10 to 60°C tolerant “Boxer-8250AI” AI edge computer runs Linux on a Jetson Xavier NX along with 5x GbE ports for IP cameras plus 4x USB 3.0, 2x COM, and an HDMI port. Aaeon has launched a $1,116 computer for embedded AI processing that combines the Nvidia Jetson Xavier NX module of its more […]

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 02:16:20 EDT from rss

Subject: 10 Things to Do After Installing Fedora 33

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Fedora 33 is released with many new features and updates. Here is a list of 10 things to do after installing Fedora 33.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 03:34:34 EDT from rss

Subject: Collabora expect their Linux Kernel work for Windows game emulation in Kernel 5.11

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Collabora have been doing presentations during the Open Source Summit, with one particular talk from Gabriel Krisman Bertazi on the "State of Linux Gaming" being quite interesting. Plus Collabora are hiring.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 04:35:34 EDT from rss

Subject: 4 morning rituals for working in tech

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Participating in a morning ritual may be something you[he]#039[/he]ve been doing for a while, but there[he]#039[/he]s an even greater emphasis this year on taking the time to do something for yourself that brings you joy, calm, and balance to start your day.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 05:51:49 EDT from rss

Subject: Managing resources with cgroups in systemd

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There is little more frustrating to me as a sysadmin than unexpectedly running out of a computing resource. On more than one occasion, I have filled all available disk space in a partition, run out of RAM, and not had enough CPU time to perform my tasks in a reasonable amount of time. Resource management is one of the most important tasks that sysadmins do.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 06:38:36 EDT from rss

Subject: Improve your database knowledge with this MariaDB and MySQL cheat sheet

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When you[he]#039[/he]re writing an application or configuring one for a server, eventually, you will need to store persistent information. Sometimes, a configuration file, such as an INI or YAML file will do. Other times, a custom file format designed in XML or JSON or similar is better.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 07:55:51 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Select the Best Hosting Service

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Knowing how to select the best hosting service depends on quite a few factors. Whether you’re an individual looking to get your feet off the ground by starting a new idea or business, or a small/medium sized business that needs a more durable and long-term plan for the technical side of their corporation, choosing the right service and plan is important.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 08:42:37 EDT from rss

Subject: How to Use apt-cache Command in Debian, Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions

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With apt-cache command, you can search for package details in the local APT cache. Learn to use apt-cache command in this tutorial.

[#] Thu Oct 29 2020 09:43:37 EDT from rss

Subject: Customizable Apollo Lake mini-PC runs Linux

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ADL’s Linux-ready “ADLEPC-1700” industrial mini-PC offers an Apollo Lake SoC, 8GB soldered LPDDR4, SATA, 2x GbE, 2x USB 3.0, DP, mini-PCIe, and a customizable I/O that defaults to 2x COM. ADL Embedded Solutions has announced an Intel Apollo Lake based ADLEPC-1700 successor to its Intel Bay Trail ADLEPC-1500 from 2017. The system has the same […]

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