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[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 11:03:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: This is Why Python Will Stay Among The Top Languages in 2021

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Python has a long history, starting around 1991 with its first release in a newsgroup called alt.sources. Since then, we all know how omnipresent the language has become. Last year, Python ranked second in Redmonk’s list of the most popular programming languages. And I can tell you… this year won’t be different. Here’s why!

https://python.land/why-python-will-stay-popular-2021

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 13:06:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install WSL2 and Kali Linux on Windows 10

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No matter, If you are a security professional or pursuing cybersecurity you heard about Linux, we require some of the tools which are support only on the Windows Platform.We have the alternative for Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, but not up to the mark.This guidepost will show you how to install the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL2) on Windows 10 with the Kali Linux.At present WSL has two version WSL1, and WSL2.

https://trendoceans.com/how-to-install-wsl2-and-kali-linux-on-windows-10/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 22:16:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: BleachBit System Cleaner Now Supports Chromium Snap, Latest Ubuntu and Fedora Releases

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BleachBit, the open source system cleaner, has been updated to version 4.2, a major update that introduces support for latest Ubuntu and Fedora Linux releases, as well as many other improvements.

https://9to5linux.com/bleachbit-system-cleaner-now-supports-chromium-snap-latest-ubuntu-and-fedora-releases

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 22:16:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: What is chattr command in Linux command-line utility.

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Chattr (Change Attribute) is a Linux command-line utility that sets and unset certain attributes in the file and directory to provide a level of security.

https://trendoceans.com/what-is-chattr-command-in-linux-command-line-utility/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 22:16:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Linux Distribution of 2020: Linux Mint 20

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Linux Mint 20 is the winner of our award for best Linux distribution in 2020. Come see why we've chosen Linux Mint.

https://fosspost.org/linux-mint-20-best-distribution-2020/

[#] Sun Jan 03 2021 22:16:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Plans to Bring a Design Refresh for Firefox with Proton

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Firefox Proton – is the name of the project which Mozilla is working on right now. The project Proton brings significant UI changes and some in-progress mockups are available. A bug is created in Bugzilla to track the progress of the work.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/01/firefox-proton/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 00:04:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: 7 enlightening talks from All Things Open 2020

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All Things Open, a technology conference held in October every year, is always a wonderful learning experience. For 2020, the conference shifted to an online format, which had its ups and downs. The chance encounters with acquaintances in the hallways and having lunch with friends were noticeably absent, but the learning experience was as good as always. Honestly, in some ways, it was better because everyone got a front-row seat, and there were no standing-room-only talks.

https://opensource.com/article/21/1/ato-2020

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 02:21:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Display System Info On Your Raspberry PI Using Conky

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This guide shows how to set up conky on a Raspberry PI to display useful system information on the desktop. It includes details about how to install conky, get it to run at startup, use transparency, adjust the positioning and configure the information that is displayed

https://raspberrypiuser.co.uk/display-system-info-on-your-raspberry-pi-using-conky

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 04:39:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Weekly Roundup: Deepin 20.1, Linux Mint Updates and More

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Here's this week's roundup series, curated for you from the Linux and open-source world on application updates, new releases, distribution updates, major news, and upcoming highlights. Have a look.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/01/linux-weekly-roundup-jan-3-2021/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 06:41:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Adding a C++ Development Environment to Pop!_OS 20.10 via Code::Blocks 20.03

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I am a long-time C++ developer, and for more than 10 years, my Integrated Development Environment (IDE) of choice has been Code:: B locks. Code::Blocks is a completely free and open source IDE licensed under version 3 of the GNU General Public License (GPL). In this article, I will show you how to set up a C++ development environment on Pop!_OS 20.10 by installing the latest version of Code::Blocks, version 20.03, which was released on March 29, 2020.

https://gateway.pinata.cloud/ipfs/Qmaqc5cs67KxVuNFgFa7biBdMWjySbKtsVnKqXLTchStGY/02_add_codeblocks_20.03.pdf

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 08:58:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: What Is The SSL Certificate And How To Get It?

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SSL certificates used to cost and still do. But you can actually get them for free via various organizations. One such organization is LetsEncrypt. LetsEncrypt provides free SSL certificates that are recognized by all browsers. These certificates are totally free of charge but the installation is a little complicated for people who are new to this. Anyways, We have another website called sslforfree. This website provides an easy interface to get an SSL certificate from LetsEncrypt.

https://www.theitstuff.com/get-free-ssl-certificates

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 11:00:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Encrypt Root Filesystem on Linux

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As a system administrator, you probably already know how important it is to encrypt your disks.If your laptop were to be stolen, even a novice hacker would be able to extract the information contained on the disks.All it takes is a simple USB stick with a LiveCD on it and everything would be stolen.Luckily for you, there are ways for you to prevent this from happening : by encrypting data stored on your disks.

https://devconnected.com/how-to-encrypt-root-filesystem-on-linux/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 13:19:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install GUI (Win-Kex) for Kali Linux in WSL2

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In the last article, we have guided you on how to Install WSL2 with Kali Linux on Windows 10, and we have received immense requests for the GUI Installation guide.So, Without taking any further delay, let start to Install GUI for Kali Linux on WSL2.Prerequisite

https://trendoceans.com/how-to-install-gui-win-kex-for-kali-linux-in-wsl2/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 13:30:51 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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. 

"These articles were insanely popular 20 years ago, during the height of the Microsoft monopoly when publishers had to toe the line because Microsoft was their biggest advertiser. Those days are over.

I think most people writing these articles today are amateurs.

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 14:35:55 EST from ParanoidDelusions

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

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A lot of the "rough" articles I see on Linux seem to be on Indian tech resources. Some of it is pretty useful, but some of it is... dubious if being generous. 

The article on free SSL above is interesting. I investigated it, but it looked like it was very difficult to get a cert without either having the automated response thing installed on the server, or having a mail server at the domain being registered. They won't allow you to confirm that you own the domain and machine by sending an e-mail to "me@google.com" it has to be "me@wallofhate.com". 

The end result was - either add additional packages or build another server or... use a self-signed cert. 

I chose door #3. 

 

Mon Jan 04 2021 13:30:51 EST from IGnatius T Foobar Subject: Re: Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective
I think most people writing these articles today are amateurs.

 



[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 15:23:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux at Home: Digital Art with Linux

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Now is a great time to take up a new hobby. How about digital art? Instead of painting on canvas or paper, digital art software allows you to paint and draw directly onto a computer, which has a number of amazing advantages.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/linux-home-digital-art-linux/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 17:41:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Check port is Listening or currently Use in Linux

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Last week, we had a problem with our System through which I could not share my screen remotely from my network computer. Then we check the port status, and the port was closed.In this guide, We will show you how to check the port status in Linux and the method to close the unwanted port.

https://trendoceans.com/how-to-check-port-is-listening-or-currently-use-in-linux/

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 19:59:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 3rd, 2021

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The fourteenth installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here, for the week ending on January 3rd, and the first for 2021, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things that have happened in the Linux world.

https://9to5linux.com/9to5linux-weekly-roundup-january-3rd-2021

[#] Mon Jan 04 2021 22:09:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Change your Default Shell in Linux

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In this Linux quick tip we take a look at shells. How to find what shell you are currently using, which shells are available on your system, and how to change your default and current shells.

https://www.putorius.net/change-default-shell-linux.html

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 00:12:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: QuiteRSS: A Free Open-Source RSS Reader for Linux Desktop

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A lightweight open-source RSS reader for desktop Linux with all the essential features like offline reading, labels etc.

https://itsfoss.com/quiterss/

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