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[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 17:50:41 EST from rss

Subject: Linux-driven 4K camera SoC targets the low-power AI edge

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Ambarella has begun sampling a 10nm “CV28M” camera SoC for edge AI that runs Linux on dual 1GHz Cortex-A53 cores and offers CVflow CNN processing, a 320MP/s ISP, 4Kp30 encoding, and security features. Five years have passed since we covered a new Ambarella camera SoC, which is a shame since it’s so much fun saying […]

[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 19:06:55 EST from rss

Subject: Solanum - A Pomodoro Timer For GNOME Desktops

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In this brief guide, we will see how to effectively manage and track time using Solanum, a pomodoro timer for GNOME desktops.

[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 20:07:56 EST from rss

Subject: Now and Then: Programming Languages to Shake up the Mix?

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Back in September 2013 we carried an article showcasing 11 newfangled programming languages, each of which sought to approach programming in a fresh, modern way.

[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 21:24:11 EST from rss

Subject: How to keep an eye on field numbers

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This week: I have a simple shell function, "fields", that generates a numbered list of the fields in a data table. With those field numbers I can then use AWK and the cut command efficiently on the command line. As an alternative I use a "fieldlist" function that puts the numbered list on my desktop like a Post-it note. Last week: [url=]A short rant about Python, R and UNIX[/url].

[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 22:40:26 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi panel PCs upgrade to CM3+ and expand to a half dozen models

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ComfilePi has updated its industrial, IP65-protected “ComfilePi” panel PCs with a Raspberry Pi CM3+ in a variety of 7, 10.1-, 10.2, and 15-inch configurations with new features like eMMC and an exposed heatsink. Last week, ComfilePi announced a ComfilePi CPi-BV070WR variation on its similarly 7-inch ComfilePi CPi-A070WR panel PC that advances from a Raspberry Pi […]

[#] Wed Nov 04 2020 23:56:41 EST from rss

Subject: Linux for beginners: 10 commands to get you started at the terminal

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Don't fear the command line. Embrace it with these 10 starter commands.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 01:12:57 EST from rss

Subject: Things To Remember Before Upgrading Production Server

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When your application is in production, upgrading it is riskier. If your server is powered by Linux, Linux distributions keep releasing new versions every now and then. Each major release contains bug fixes, security updates, and new tools.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 02:29:11 EST from rss

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-14 Released with Better Support for Volla Phone, Android 9 Devices

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UBports released today the Ubuntu Touch OTA-14 software update of their Ubuntu-based mobile operating system for Linux smartphones and tablets.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 03:45:50 EST from rss

Subject: How to install and configure Fail2Ban on CentOS 8 and Fedora 33

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Fail2Ban is a log parsing utility that scans log files of various processes and bans IP addresses that make too many password failures. This tutorial shows the installation and configuration of Fail2Ban on CentOS 8 and Fedora 33.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 05:02:05 EST from rss

Subject: The world needs women who code

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How can we motivate more women to get into the technology field?

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 06:04:07 EST from rss

Subject: SBC runs on a Vortex86EX2 SoC with a split personality

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ICOP’s Linux-ready, 2.4W “VEX2-6415” SBC features DM&P’s x86-based dual-core Vortex86EX2, which enables two OSes to run at once. The SBC offers dual LAN ports, dual mini-PCIe interfaces with SIM, and -40 to 85°C support. Taiwan-based ICOP, which primarily manufactures embedded boards and systems based on x86 CPUs from its sister company DM&P Group, has announced […]

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 07:20:20 EST from rss

Subject: LXQt 0.16.0 Desktop Environment Released with Three New Themes, Many Improvements

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LXQt 0.16.0 has been released today as the latest version to this lightweight Qt desktop environment for Linux-based operating systems, adding numerous improvements and bug fixes.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 13:27:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to move MediaWiki into a Linux container

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In this next installment of this moving services to Linux containers series, we look at how MediaWiki can operate in a containerized environment.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 14:44:38 EST from rss

Subject: The November 2020 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 16:00:52 EST from rss

Subject: How to send Linux application logs to AWS CloudWatch

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AWS CloudWatch is a monitoring service provided by the AWS cloud. AWS provides default monitoring for server parameters like CPU Utilization, Network In, Network Out and many more. This tutorial shows how to send the application or server logs to AWS CloudWatch.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 17:01:58 EST from rss

Subject: Linux desktop distributions: Best of 2020

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It's time to crown the best of the best Linux desktop distributions for 2020.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 18:02:54 EST from rss

Subject: How to install Notepadqq (Linux Notepad++ Clone) on CentOS 8

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In this article, we will learn how to install Notepadqq on CentOS 8 Linux system and launch it through a terminal command. This article would also helpful for developers who want to use the similar functionalities of notepad++ on the Linux system.

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 19:01:58 EST from rss

Subject: 6 evening rituals for working in tech

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This strange time has given us, on one hand, the chance to slow down, yet on the other, it's busier than ever. Especially if you have others in your life to care for in addition to yourself. But you can't give from an empty cup, so, this list of evening rituals is focused on what you can do for yourself right after you turn the computer off, shut the laptop, or say goodbye to the last virtual meeting of the more

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 20:02:58 EST from rss

Subject: Create a list in a Flutter mobile app

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Flutter is a popular open source toolkit for building cross-platform apps. In "Create a mobile app with Flutter," I demonstrated how to install Flutter on Linux and create your first app. In this article, I'll show you how to add a list of items in your app, with each item opening a new screen. This is a common design method for mobile apps, so you've probably seen it before, but here's a screenshot to help you visualize it:read more

[#] Thu Nov 05 2020 21:03:58 EST from rss

Subject: Raspberry Pi 400 - PC in a Keyboard in Just $70

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Raspberry Pi 400 is a brand new product from the Raspberry Pi - and it's a portable computer inside a keyboard.

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