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[#] Thu Jan 07 2021 22:09:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: 150 open-spec, community-backed Linux SBCs under $200

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Welcome to our catalog of 150 open-spec, maker-oriented single board computers that run Linux or Android. We have updated prices and descriptions and enhanced our comparison spreadsheet of major features. The following summaries of 150 community-backed and predominantly open-spec Linux/Android hacker boards under $200 are listed in alpha order. We have updated the summaries with […]

[#] Thu Jan 07 2021 23:27:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Crowdfunded Asahi project aims for 'polished' Linux experience on Apple Silicon

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Project wins sponsorship, and Torvalds is interested, but can it succeed without the mothership's cooperation? Japan-based developer Hector Martin has formally kicked off the crowdfunded Asahi project, which aims to get Linux running on Arm-based Apple Silicon Macs.…

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 00:28:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Process and Highlight JSON on The Command-Line

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Once you know enough command-line basics, it’s time to actually learn some useful stuff that you can apply in your daily work! Since JSON is super ubiquitous, I’d like to teach you some useful command-line JSON processing voodoo first.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 01:29:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Nvidia 460.32.03 Display Driver Adds Support for RTX A6000 GPUs, Vulkan Improvements

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Nvidia released today the Nvidia 460.32.03 display driver as the latest production branch version for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems with numerous improvements, new features, and bug fixes.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 02:30:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat OpenShift supports both Windows and Linux containers

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Most container work is done with Linux, but some jobs are also done with Windows-based containers, and now Red Hat makes it possible to manage both with Kubernetes via OpenShift.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 03:32:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Aha! This Project is Working to Bring Linux to Apple’s ARM-based M1 MacBooks

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Asahi Linux is a community project that aims to port Linux to Apple Silicon Macs, starting with the 2020 M1 Mac Mini, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 04:33:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE's First Apps Update in 2021 Brings NeoChat, Better Integration of Remote Files

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The KDE Project announced today the general availability of KDE Applications 20.12.1 as the first point release in the KDE Applications 20.12 series and KDE’s first Apps update in 2021.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 05:37:21 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Definitive Guide to Using and Customizing the Dock in Ubuntu

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The dock is a handy utility and integral part of the Ubuntu ecosystems. Here are some essentials you should know about using the dock in Ubuntu.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 06:39:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: NVIDIA getting geared up to support hardware accelerated XWayland

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Looks like 2021 really could properly be the year of Wayland on the Linux desktop. For plenty it already is but NVIDIA have been a sore spot and it looks like they're moving forward now too.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 07:40:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Apache Cassandra on CentOS 8

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Apache Cassandra is an open-source NoSQL database system designed to handle a large amount of data. It supports clusters spanning multiple data centers and high availability with no single point of failure. It offers a lot of features including, Highly Scalable, Distributed, Replication Support, Fault-tolerant, MapReduce support, Query language, and many more. If you are looking for scalability and high availability without compromising performance then Apache Cassandra is the best choice for you. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Apache Cassandra on CentOS 8.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 08:42:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Two CentOS Replacements En Route After Red Hat's Unpopular Move to Drop Support

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Red Hat didn't make any friends when it decided to stop supporting the popular free replacement for RHEL, but new alternatives are already in the works.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 09:43:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Announces Plasma 5.20.5 Bug Fix Release. Update Now.

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The KDE team announces the KDE Plasma 5.20.5 bugfix release with months of work, fixes, and translations. The packages are now pushed to the official Neon repository. Here are the changes.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 10:44:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: 3 serverless strategies to look for in 2021

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If you had at least one chance to attend business and technologies conferences recently, you probably saw lots of DevOps strategies, Agilist, and DevSecOps engineers around the digital transformation track. No matter what business you work in, it’s no secret that DevOps is a big trigger to craft new companies. It is also used to optimize existing resources, from the IT infrastructure to workflow processes and cultural changes.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 12:00:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to block or unblock PING requests in Ubuntu

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In this article, we will see how to block the PING requests using sysctl settings and iptables on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint. The tutorial will walk users through unblocking PING requests as well.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 13:01:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: What Is HTTP Caching?

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HTTP Caching is the solution that we need. The modern-day web is less about who makes the best service, and more about who delivers it efficiently. With the content available on the internet expanding on an exponential basis, the amount of resources required to serve a user with a particular request is just too high. It is extremely infeasible to keep hitting the database for resources that have just recently been fetched. This is where HTTP or HTTPS comes in with a solution called caching.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 14:18:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: A hands-on tutorial for using the GNU Project Debugger

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If you're a programmer and you want to put a certain functionality in your software, you start by thinking of ways to implement it—such as writing a method, defining a class, or creating new data types. Then you write the implementation in a language that the compiler or interpreter can understand. But what if the compiler or interpreter does not understand the instructions as you had them in mind, even though you[he]#039[/he]re sure you did everything right? What if the software works fine most of the time but causes bugs in certain circumstances?

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 15:35:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install VLC Media Player in Linux

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There is no need to introduce every person on this planet who knows how to operate a PC. Whether it is Linux or Windows System, they know what VLC is. But still, for those who don’t know what VLC is? VLC is one of the most popular open-source multimedia player. It is cross-platform and plays almost all media format files. There are multiple ways to install VLC in your system using a snaps package from Snapscraft store or as a default package manager for Ubuntu; it is DEB.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 16:37:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: 8 open source software cheat sheets youll need in 2021

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Sometimes you need the short version. You know what you want to do and you just can't recall exactly how to do it. That's when cheat sheets come in handy. In this article, I suggest a cheat sheet to get you going with MariaDB and MySQL. This cheat sheet is great for the occasional database user. Next, I have listed two Raspberry Pi cheat sheets. The first gets you started with this single-board computer. Once you're comfortable with the basics, turn it into a home lab and begin working with Kubernetes container management.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 17:38:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux commands: How to manipulate process priority

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Make your Linux processes play nice with each other. Managing processes in Linux is a fundamental concept that every good system administrator should be familiar with. A majority of the work you do with these processes consists of basic, repetitive tasks such as starting and stopping processes, searching for them, killing them, etc.

[#] Fri Jan 08 2021 18:39:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn How to Create New Files from the Linux Command Line

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When working on the terminal, or command line, there is often a need to know how to create a file in Linux. Whether you need to create a script file, a config file or text file, it is a common activity for a Linux admin.

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