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[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 01:28:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: Bash: Write to File

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One of the most common tasks when writing Bash scripts or working on the Linux command line is reading and writing files. Learn how to write text to a file in Bash using the redirection operators and tee command.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 02:36:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn The Basic Unix Commands

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You can significantly increase your productivity and understanding of your operating system by learning a few basic shell commands. These commands work in Bash, the most common shell on Linux and MacOS. However, alternative shells are mostly compatible with Bash, so they should work everywhere!

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 03:53:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 4 Distro Sees Second Alpha Release Featuring Xfce 4.16

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9to5Linux was informed today by Patrick d’Emmabuntüs about the general available for public testing of the second alpha release of the upcoming Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 4 distribution.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 05:09:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: What actions do you take when patching goes wrong?

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Find out how to handle situations when patching your Linux systems doesn't go as planned.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 06:25:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: ExTiX 21.1 Released based on latest Deepin Desktop Review

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The ExTiX team announced the release of the latest version of the desktop – ExTiX 21.1 based on the latest Deepin desktop 20.1 which released a while ago.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 07:26:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Slackware-Based Puppy Linux 7.0 Adds UEFI Boot Support, Many Improvements

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Puppy Linux 7.0 “Slacko64” distribution is now available for download built using binary TXZ packages from the Slackware 14.2 operating system and compatible with Slackware and Salix repositories.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 08:42:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade Kali Linux

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Learn how to update Kali Linux to the latest version, and correctly configure Kali Linux repos

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 09:59:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Managing Linux users with the passwd command

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Linux authentication is primarily handled with passwords and public keys. Find out how the passwd command fits into the user management process.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 11:15:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Linux Distros For Mac Users: Top 3 Distros

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We’re going to be discussing the best Linux distros for Mac users.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 11:30:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds tears into Intel, favors AMD

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Torvalds, Linux[he]#039[/he]s creator, finds AMD[he]#039[/he]s processors deliver a much bigger bang for the buck than Intel[he]#039[/he]s CPUs.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 12:46:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: 5 career guides for sysadmins

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Sysadmins don't always follow a traditional career path, which is what makes these five stories inspiring in their own ways.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 14:03:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use USB over Network using FLEXIHUB

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Sharing files between computers set-up across floors, cities, or states is difficult, with an increase in distance and traffic disrupting the flow. To address these concerns we can use FLEXIHUB. It's a software application, which enables us to use USB over the network without any limitations.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 14:48:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.20.5 Released as the Last in the Series, Update Now

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The KDE Project announced today the general availability of KDE Plasma 5.20.5 as the last maintenance update to the KDE Plasma 5.20 desktop environment series.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 15:49:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: FFmpeg – A Simple Tool to Convert Audio and Video Formats in Linux

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2DayGeek: This quick article shows you how to convert media formats in Linux.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 16:50:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Demystifying Ansible for Linux sysadmins

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Taking the labor out of labor-intensive tasks is what Ansible is all about. Learn the basics here.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 17:51:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Moving from CentOS Linux to Pop!_OS

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In 2020, I decided that I wanted to add some light gaming to my repertoire. I bought the most popular Logitech game controller on Amazon (the Logitech Gamepad F310), and I assumed that since it was so popular, it would work in CentOS 8 with no problems. When the gamepad arrived, I fired up Extreme Tux Racer, but the gamepad wasn’t recognized. In this article, I will describe why this lack of Logitech F310 gamepad support in CentOS 8 motivated me to switch from CentOS 8 to Pop!_OS 20.10.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 18:54:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: Create Home Directory For Existing User In Linux

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This brief guide explains how to create home directory for existing user in Linux and Unix-like operating systems using mkhomedir_helper command.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 19:54:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: Guess Who Contributed the Most to Linux Kernel 5.10 Development? It’s Huawei (and Intel)

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Huawei and Intel seem to be leading the code contribution ranking for Linux Kernel 5.10 development. Here's more about that.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 20:55:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: HTTP Vs HTTPS

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Unlike HTTP that has no security measures to protect the data flowing from the client to the server, HTTPS has it covered. So HTTPS uses this thing called public-key cryptography and doesn’t worry as it is not from another planet. Public key cryptography is a fairly simple concept. We have 2 mathematically related yet distinct and unique keys that are generated, one of them is the private key(to decrypt data) and the other one is a public key(to encrypt data). The private key, as it sounds, is private and only available to the owner of the website, and the public key, on the other hand, is available to anyone who wishes to access the website.

[#] Tue Jan 05 2021 21:41:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open-source developer and manager David Recordon named White House Director of Technology

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With a background in open source, open standards, and security, Recordon may be ideal for President Joe Biden's White House.

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