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[#] Fri Jan 01 2021 17:27:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: Happy New Year! 5 things we learned last year

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As we ring in a new year that many hope will look a lot different than 2020, I propose we try to keep a few things that difficult year gave us:read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/1/happy-new-year-advice

[#] Fri Jan 01 2021 19:33:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 1.3.6 Released with KDE Plasma 5.20.4 and #Linux 5.10 LTS, More AppImages

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Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 1.3.6, a new monthly update to this Ubuntu/KDE-based distribution for the masses.

https://9to5linux.com/nitrux-1-3-6-released-with-kde-plasma-5-20-4-and-linux-5-10-lts-more-appimages

[#] Fri Jan 01 2021 21:38:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Nvidia Driver in Ubuntu Linux (GUI and CLI method)

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If you are a beginner Ubuntu user, you may find it a bit tricky and confused on how to install the Nvidia drivers. This quick guide explains two methods – graphical and command line to install Nvidia driver in Ubuntu Linux.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/01/install-nvidia-driver-ubuntu-linux/

[#] Fri Jan 01 2021 23:56:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: Slackware-Based Slackel 7.4 Released with Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, Full Portability

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The Slackel 7.4 distribution has been released today to kick off 2021 for fans of the Slackware Linux operating system by bringing all the latest updates, a newer kernel, and USB stick installation support.

https://9to5linux.com/slackware-based-slackel-7-4-released-with-linux-kernel-5-10-lts-portability

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 02:02:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective

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“Linux or Windows? Which is better?” This is an age-old question and a debate I often got into with my colleagues when I’d worked in I.T.

https://linuxstans.com/linux-vs-windows/

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 04:28:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Kali Linux in Virtualbox

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If you are familiar with cyber security stuff, you must have heard about kali linux. Kali linux is a operating system developed by offensive security and it was specifically targeted for penetration testers. In this guide, we will see how to install this operating system in a virtual environment.

https://www.linuxnix.com/how-to-install-kali-linux-in-virtualbox/

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 06:38:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Will Make Plasma Wayland Ready for the Masses in 2021, Improve Fingerprint Support

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KDE developer Nate Graham shared today KDE’s roadmap for 2021 to give us an overview of the biggest changes to expect from the Plasma desktop environment and apps throughout the year.

https://9to5linux.com/kde-will-make-plasma-wayland-session-ready-for-the-masses-in-2021-improved-fingerprint-support

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 08:44:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Why Using A Caching System Can Help Improve Website Growth And Speed?

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Website Caching system is undoubtedly one of the most promising technologies available, which can help your website grow remarkably. Website Caching system is undoubtedly one of the most promising technologies available, which can help your website grow remarkably. Here in this post, we will give you complete knowledge about the caching system and how it can help improve your website growth and speed.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/using-caching-system-to-improve-website-growth-and-speed/

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 10:51:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux Kicks Off 2021 with New ISO Release Powered by Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS

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The simple and lightweight Arch Linux distribution has kicked off 2021 with a new ISO release powered by the latest Linux 5.10 LTS kernel series and up-to-date components.

https://9to5linux.com/arch-linux-kicks-off-2021-with-new-iso-release-powered-by-linux-kernel-5-10-lts

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 13:11:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: Solve a charitys problem with the Julia programming language

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I have been writing a series of articles about solving a nice, small, and somewhat unusual problem in different programming languages (Groovy, Python, and Java so far).

https://opensource.com/article/21/1/solve-problem-julia

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 14:46:41 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Re: Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective

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Why do articles like this even still get published, and end up on .rss feeds? It is like hearing The Summer of 69 or Walking On Sunshine played by the 6 billionth cover-artist or band. 



Sat Jan 02 2021 02:02:09 EST from rss <> Subject: Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective
“Linux or Windows? Which is better?” This is an age-old question and a debate I often got into with my colleagues when I’d worked in I.T.

https://linuxstans.com/linux-vs-windows/

 



[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 15:13:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Lx 4.2 Promises Full Support for ARM64 Devices like Raspberry Pi, Pinebook Pro

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The OpenMandriva community announced today the availability for public testing of the Release Candidate (RC) milestone of the upcoming OpenMandriva Lx 4.2 distribution, due in early 2021.

https://9to5linux.com/openmandriva-lx-4-2-promises-full-support-for-arm64-devices-like-raspberry-pi-pinebook-pro

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 17:30:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Explore the night sky with this open source astronomy app

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I have always been fascinated with the night sky. When I was younger, the only reference materials available were books, and they seemed to depict a sky that looked different from the one I saw from my home.

https://opensource.com/article/21/1/kstars

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 19:48:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: 10 Biggest Linux Stories of the Year 2020 That Made the Biggest Impact

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In this articlw, we take a look back at some of the biggest Linux stories of the year 2020.

https://news.itsfoss.com/biggest-linux-stories-2020/

[#] Sat Jan 02 2021 21:50:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: The complete guide for NMAP Command

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Nmap is one of the most popular free and open-source command-line utility network scannings. Nmap can be used to discover hosts and service use by the system on the same network.

https://trendoceans.com/the-complete-guide-for-nmap-command/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 00:07:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: Anonymous OS Septor Linux 2021 Released with KDE Plasma 5.20.4, Tor Browser 10.0.7

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Debian-based Septor Linux distribution has been updated today to version 2021, a release that brings up to date core components and applications.

https://9to5linux.com/anonymous-os-septor-linux-2021-released-with-kde-plasma-5-20-4-tor-browser-10-0-7

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 02:09:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Remove Occurrences of a String using sed command

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In case you have a large number of data provided in a TextFile, and now you need to remove the specific string character from a TextFile. It is not worth reading every line for a single word or character and manually removing the string. If you have a small set of data, you can use this approach, and For a large file, we cannot use this sluggish approach. So, we have to find a way to remove all the strings’ occurrences at once without opening a text file.

https://trendoceans.com/how-to-remove-occurrences-of-a-string-using-sed-command/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 04:27:05 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 20.1 Update – Compiz Makes a Comeback, Separate ISO for Kernel 5.8

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With the BETA release out of the door and some new information, we now have considerable information about the Linux Mint 20.1 new features and release dates. Here is a list of the changes we compiled for you.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/01/linux-mint-20-1-ulyssa-new-features-and-release-dates/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 06:44:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: What was hot on GamingOnLinux through December 2020

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A look over some popular topics towards the end of 2020 for Linux and Linux Gaming.

https://www.gamingonlinux.com/2021/01/what-was-hot-on-gamingonlinux-through-december-2020

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 08:46:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Rollback Fedora Silverblue To Previous Version

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Fedora Silverblue keeps a record of previous previous, so we can easily downgrade or rollback Fedora Silverblue to previous version in no time. This can be helpful if the new version is unstable and/or not working properly.

https://ostechnix.com/how-to-rollback-fedora-silverblue-to-previous-version/

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