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[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 02:35:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Project Lenix - the CentOS replacement: Interview with Founder Igor Seletskiy

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As a response to the recent changes in CentOS strategy, CloudLinux announced a 1:1 binary compatible, community-driven fork of RHEL called Project Lenix. Can you tell us more about the motivation behind this project?

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 03:51:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Java on Ubuntu 20.04

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Java is a free, open-source, and most popular language used for developing mobile and desktop applications, and it can run on all major operating systems. There are different implementations of Java, including JRE, OpenJDK, and Oracle JDK. Let’s understand the difference between JRE, OpenJDK, and Oracle JDK.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 05:08:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Using The Find Command-Line tool

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There’s a mighty powerful command that can save you lots of headaches when used in the right places; it’s called find. It walks through the file tree, starting from the provided path. Next, it prints each directory and file, including its path relative to the current working directory. Of course, you can filter this list with all kinds of options. Let's explore this find command and its options!

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 06:09:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: My Linux Story: How an influential security developer got started in open source

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Michael Boelen is very active in computer security. He is the author of the popular open source security tools Rootkit Hunter (rkhunter) and Lynis, and he blogs about Linux security on Linux Audit and evaluates security tools on Linux Security Expert.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 07:25:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open-source contributors say they'll pull out of Qt as LTS release goes commercial-only

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The Qt Company has followed up on its plan to make long-term support releases commercial-only by closing the source for 5.15 today, earning protests from open-source contributors who say that the 6.0 release, which remains open, is not yet usable. Qt is a cross-platform application framework available both under open-source and commercial licences. It was around one year ago that the Qt Company stated its plan to make LTS releases commercial-only, along with some other changes designed to encourage open-source users either to contribute to the project or buy a commercial licence.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 08:41:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: 4 lines of code to improve your Ansible play

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Out in the blogosphere, which sings the virtues of infrastructure-as-code, continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines, code reviews, and testing regimes, it is easy to forget that such a well-engineered ivory tower is an ideal, not a reality. Imperfect systems haunt us, but we must ship something. There are few towers less ivory than those created by gluing together APIs in the course of system automation. It is a brittle world. The pressures are enormous to get it "working," get it shipped, and move on.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 09:57:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Wget in all Major Linux Distribution

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In Linux, do you still using the browser to download files when there is a small handy but powerful tool? Wget (refer as: world wide web and get) is a free and open-source Linux command-line utility that is a powerful tool to retrieves data from HTTP, HTTPS, and FTP protocol. Before going ahead, let us clear some most asked questions about wget.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 11:14:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Resize images using Python

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I love Python, and I[he]#039[/he]ve been learning it for a while now. Some time ago, I wrote a Python script where I needed to resize a bunch of images while at the same time keeping the aspect ratio (the proportions) intact. So I looked around and found Pillow, a Python imaging library and "friendly fork" of an old library just called PIL.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 12:30:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux 5.11 dominated by descriptors for new AMD silicon

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Linus Torvalds has been back at work for a week and already has a second release candidate ready. What’s your excuse? Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has urged developers to “crawl out from under all the xmas wrapping paper piles and go test” after releasing release candidate two of version 5.11 of the Linux kernel.”…

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 13:31:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: 8 Kubernetes insights for 2021

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The end of the year is the perfect time to look back and explore where we[he]#039[/he]ve been and where we[he]#039[/he]re going in the Kubernetes world. I particularly want to focus on the ecosystem that formed around Kubernetes in 2020, which several great articles on covered. I[he]#039[/he]ll review them in the order they were published.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 14:08:45 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Re: 8 Kubernetes insights for 2021

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Kubernetes sounds like the all-female version of the Krelboynes. Which seems totally appropriate for something related to Linux.

Wed Jan 06 2021 13:31:25 EST from rss <> Subject: 8 Kubernetes insights for 2021

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 14:33:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Cryptocurrency stealer for Windows, macOS, and Linux went undetected for a year

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The Intezer post also provides links that Windows and Linux users can use to detect ElectroRAT running in memory. People who have been infected should disinfect their systems, change all passwords, and move funds to a new wallet.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 15:34:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: Here's a few of the Linux games we're excited to see through 2021

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Looking forward to 2021 for gaming on Linux? We are and there's plenty of sweet indie games coming to get interested in and follow along.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 16:35:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Getting started with GIT on Linux

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Git is a distributed version control system. It is used for tracking changes in any files. It was designed for coordinating work among programmers operating on source code during the software development process. In this article, I will show you the commands to perform basic operations on a Git repository.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 17:36:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn C by writing a simple game

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I taught myself about programming back in elementary school. My first programs were on the Apple II, but eventually, I learned C by reading books and practicing. And the best way to practice programming is to write sample programs that help exercise your new more

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 18:38:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: theBeat - audio player

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theBeat is an audio player that’s based on Phonon, the multimedia API provided by KDE and is the standard abstraction for handling multimedia streams within KDE software.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 19:39:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Check Open Ports on a Remote Host

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Learn how to check whether a port is open and accessible on a remote host using the Linux (or Windows) CLI.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 20:40:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: BackupPC tutorial on Linux

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BackupPC is a free and versatile backup suite that can run on Linux systems and supports several protocols like NFS, SSH, SMB, and rsync. It can be used to backup numerous Linux, Mac, and Windows machines. It has a lot of nice features like automatic backups and a web interface as its control panel. It also uses file compression and hard links to try and minimize the amount of space that your backups consume. Thus if a file is present on multiple machines, BackupPC is smart enough to only store a single copy of that file in the backup.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 21:41:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: SELinux troubleshooting and pitfalls

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SELinux can be challenging to troubleshoot, but by understanding the components of the service, you can handle whatever challenges it throws your way.

[#] Wed Jan 06 2021 22:57:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install PHP on Ubuntu 20.04 / 18.04

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PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor. It is one of the oldest server-side programming languages used to create Dynamic and Responsive Web-App.The most popular CMS and frameworks like WordPress, Magento, Joomla Drupal, and Laravel are written in PHP Language.In this guide will cover How to Install PHP on Ubuntu 20.04 or 18.04 with the Apache and Nginx web-server.

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