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[#] Mon Nov 16 2020 23:27:19 EST from rss

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.21 Bringing Native Fingerprint Manager

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The upcoming KDE Plasma 5.21 desktop bringing a native fingerprint manager to help you to manage your fingerprints for authentication.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 00:28:19 EST from rss

Subject: Embedded Nautilus Terminal Plugin Adds Configurable Toggle Shortcut And Colors

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Nautilus Terminal 3 is a tool to embed a terminal into Nautilus (Files, the default Gnome file browser). The terminal follows the file manager navigation (cd is automatically executed when navigating through folders in Nautilus).

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 01:29:21 EST from rss

Subject: Podman with capabilities on Fedora

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Containerization is a booming technology. Continue reading to see how POSIX capabilities are used to secure Podman containers.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 02:30:19 EST from rss

Subject: KDE maintainers speak on why it is worth looking beyond GNOME

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The Qt advantage? 'We're a weird by-product of coffee machines and cars'Interview KDE Plasma is a Linux desktop which has just been updated to 5.20 - but why should users consider it instead of GNOME, the default for Ubuntu and Red Hat, or the lightweight Xfce? We spoke to Plasma maintainers David Edmundson and Jonathan Riddell.…

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 03:31:20 EST from rss

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 15th, 2020

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The seventh installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here, for the week ending on November 15th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things that have happened in the Linux world.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 04:32:19 EST from rss

Subject: Manage multiple Terraform versions with tfenv

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In my Terraform for Kubernetes beginners article, I used Terraform 11, and in an upcoming article, I[he]#039[/he]ll cover upgrading from Terraform 11 to 12. To prepare for that, in this article, I[he]#039[/he]ll show you how to use tfenv, a tool that makes it much easier to convert from one version to another, as well as to manage multiple Terraform versions in your work environment.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 05:33:19 EST from rss

Subject: The Linux Foundation launches free online inclusivity training

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A collaboration aimed at improving diversity in the open-source world, covering things like why diversity is good for business, how bias manifests itself, and what people can do to fight it.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 06:34:19 EST from rss

Subject: Mozilla Firefox 83 Is Now Available for Download with HTTPS-Only Mode, Improvements

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The Mozilla Firefox 83 web browser is now available for download on Linux, macOS, and Windows systems ahead of its official launch tomorrow, November 17th, 2020.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 07:35:19 EST from rss

Subject: Bootable Live USB Creator UNetbootin 700 Released With Qt5 Support

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UNetbootin, a tool to create bootable live Linux USB drives, has been updated to version 700. With this release, the application finally uses Qt5 (5.12; previously it used Qt4).

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 08:36:19 EST from rss

Subject: PinePhone KDE Linux phone is getting ready for pre-orders

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The dream of a purely Linux-powered smartphone lives on in the new PinePhone - KDE Community edition.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 09:52:34 EST from rss

Subject: Forget ZFS and use Btrfs

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Btrfs has been available for Linux for several years, so you may already be familiar with it. If not, you may have questions about it, especially if you use Fedora Workstation (Btrfs is now its default filesystem). This article aims to help you get familiar with it and its advanced features, such as copy-on-write and more

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 11:08:50 EST from rss

Subject: My top 7 Rust commands for using Cargo

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I've been using Rust for a little over six months now. I'm far from an expert, but I have stumbled across many, many gotchas and learned many, many things along the way; things that I hope will be of use to those who are learning what is easily my favourite programming language.This is the third article in my miniseries for Rust newbs like me. You can find my other excursions into Rust in:read more

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 12:09:48 EST from rss

Subject: SMARC module runs Linux on up to octa-core Renesas RZ/G2

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Renesas and RelySys have launched a “SMARC 2.0 SoM” module that runs Linux on a Renesas RZ/G2N (2x -A57), RZ/G2M (2x -A57, 4x -A53), or RZ/G2H (4x -A57, 4x -A53). It offers 2GB to 4GB LPDDR4, 32GB eMMC, and optional WiFi/BT. Japanese chipmaker Renesas and Bangalore, India based manufacturing partner RelySys have launched a SMARC […]

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 13:27:26 EST from rss

Subject: Tails 4.13 Anonymous Linux Distro Released with Mozilla Thunderbird 78

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The Tails community released today Tails 4.13, a new version of their anonymous Linux distribution based on Debian GNU/Linux and powered by the latest Tor anonymous communication technologies.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 14:45:22 EST from rss

Subject: How to upgrade to Terraform 0.12

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In getting started with Terraform, I used Terraform version 0.11. As some readers pointed out, this version lacks some significant features, so in this article, I'll explain how to update Terraform to the more feature-rich version more

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 21:12:57 EST from rss

Subject: On Laptops: Thoughts On Using CentOS, Ubuntu LTS, and Fedora

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I recently participated in a discussion in a CentOS group I belong to about the suitability of CentOS for ordinary laptops. Is CentOS really good for laptops? Like so many things it depends on what you intend to do and what software you're going to use.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 22:29:12 EST from rss

Subject: Firefox 84 Promises to Finally Enable WebRender By Default on Linux/X11

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While some of you are still discovering the new features and improvements in Firefox 83, Mozilla is already working on the next major version of the popular and open-source web browser, Firefox 84, which promises to finally enable the WebRender feature by default on Linux.

[#] Tue Nov 17 2020 23:46:55 EST from rss

Subject: First two i.MX8M Plus SMARC modules break cover

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Seco’s “SM-218” and Adlink’s “LEC-IMX8MP” SMARC 2.1 modules run Linux or Android on NXP’s AI-enabled i.MX8M Plus with up to 8GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, dual GbE, PCIe Gen3, and optional -40 to 85°C. The first two SMARC 2.1 form-factor modules with NXP’s i.MX8M Plus SoC have appeared, joining a handful of other i.MX8M Plus modules […]

[#] Wed Nov 18 2020 01:03:30 EST from rss

Subject: who Command in Linux

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who is a command-line utility that prints a list of currently logged in users. It can also show the current run level, time of the last system boot, and more.

[#] Wed Nov 18 2020 02:05:27 EST from rss

Subject: Why Companies Can Benefit From Open Source

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In fact, companies can be one of the most benefiting entities from open source, due to many reasons and factors which we’ll be explaining today.

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