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[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 02:36:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Looks Like Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) May Ship with Wayland by Default

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The Ubuntu Desktop team announced today that the upcoming Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) operating system may ship with the Wayland display server by default.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 03:37:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux maintainer says long-term support for 5.10 will stay two years unless companies step up and actually use it

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'So far the jury is still out... are you willing to help with this?' Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman has responded to complaints that the current promise of two years for 5.10 is not enough, explaining that support is not automatic but requires commercial help.…

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 04:38:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to lighten the load on your container registry using

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Using Buildah, Skopeo, and to create a container registry. In this post, I show you how to use to host container images, and how to avoid over-taxing your container registry by limiting unnecessary requests for images.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 07:25:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: New Linux Kernel Vulnerabilities Patched in All Supported Ubuntu Releases

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A bunch of new Linux kernel vulnerabilities were patched today in all supported Ubuntu releases, along with a regression introduced by a kernel update in October 2020.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 07:25:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: Responsibly Recycling Computers in the Age of COVID-19

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Recycling computers is costly – but there's an easy way to avoid the cost while helping those economically affected by the COVID crisis.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 10:54:16 EST from ParanoidDelusions

Subject: Re: Interview with Shuah Khan, Kernel Maintainer & Linux Fellow

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One of the guys who told me that if I didn't change my politics, I wouldn't write for tech anymore. 

He was right, by the way. 


Thu Jan 28 2021 21:27:27 EST from rss <> Subject: Interview with Shuah Khan, Kernel Maintainer & Linux Fellow
Jason Perlow, Director of Project Insights and Editorial Content at the Linux Foundation, had an opportunity to speak with Shuah Khan about her experiences as a woman in the technology industry. She discusses how mentorship can improve the overall diversity and makeup of open source projects, why software maintainers are important for the health of […]


[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 13:49:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free Android Apps: Cx File Explorer – powerful file manager

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There’s a plethora of file managers available for Android but the vast majority do not meet our eligibility criteria. What makes Cx File Explorer desirable?

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 15:06:46 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure Algo VPN Server on Ubuntu 20.04

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Algo VPN is an open-source software bundle or set of Ansible script that is used to set up a WireGuard and IPsec VPN. In this tutorial, we will show you how to set up a VPN server with Algo VPN on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 16:53:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to install Signal Messaging App on Ubuntu 20.04

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The Signal messenger is a popular and secure person to person internet messaging that is used for both web and phone-based applications communications globally. Signal has well known due to the privacy it provides along with several custom encryption techniques.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 17:28:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Python 3.9 on Debian 10

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Python is one of the world’s most popular programming languages. It is a versatile language used to build all kinds of applications, from simple scrips to complex machine learning algorithms. With its simple and easy to learn syntax, Python is a popular choice for beginners and experienced developers. Building Python 3.9 on Debian is a relatively straightforward process and will only take a few minutes.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 18:44:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 3.38.3 Released with Better Support for Multi-Monitor Setups, Many Improvements

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Abderrahim Kitouni announced today on behalf of the GNOME Release Team the general availability of GNOME 3.38.3 as the third point release to the latest GNOME 3.38 desktop environment series.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 20:00:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: Compact gateway combines triple HDMI with triple GbE

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Nexcom’s rugged, Linux-ready “NISE 52” IoT gateway extends an Apollo Lake SoC with an interesting mix of features for a compact: 3x HDMI, 3x GbE, 8x USB, 2x mini-PCIe, and a DB44 serial port. Nexcom has announced a 162 x 150 x 26mm NISE 52 IoT gateway that follows other compact NISE systems including the […]

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 21:16:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: Kubernetes Security Essentials Course Now Available

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Today Linux Foundation Training & Certification and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation are announcing the availability of our newest training course, LFS260 – Kubernetes Security Essentials. The course provides skills and knowledge on a broad range of best practices for securing container-based applications and Kubernetes platforms during build, deployment and runtime. It is also a […]

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 22:34:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Create and Manage Archive Files in Linux

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n a nutshell, an archive is a single file that contains a collection of other files and/or directories. Archive files are typically used for a transfer (locally or over the internet) or make a backup copy of a collection of files and directories.... This tutorial shows how to use tar to create an archive, list the contents of an archive, and extract the files from an archive.

[#] Fri Jan 29 2021 23:50:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Check If GUI Is Installed In Linux From Commandline

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Do you want to detect if your Linux server has GUI? This guide explains various commandline methods to check if GUI is installed in Linux.

[#] Sat Jan 30 2021 01:06:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: Hushboard Mutes Your Microphone While Typing

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Hushboard is a new Linux program to automatically mute the microphone while typing (and unmute it when typing stops).

[#] Sat Jan 30 2021 02:07:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn Python for Free with These 6 Tips

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Getting started is hard, no matter what subject it is, and especially if you don’t want to spend money. You want to find Python learning resources that are both free and of the highest possible quality. This article contains tip tips to get started properly and learn Python for free. It also explains thoroughly where and how to get help if you get stuck.

[#] Sat Jan 30 2021 03:24:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: A Guide to systemd journal Maintenance With Examples

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Systemd comes with many built-in features to manage the system logs. In this guide, we explain how you can manage system journals, logs and take action on them such as rotating, archiving, and clear logs. We also explain the manual systems journal clean method and using config file changes.

[#] Sat Jan 30 2021 04:40:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to create Cloudwatch alarms for an SNS Topic on AWS

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We can use Cloudwatch to view and analyze metrics for SNS Topics we have in our account. In this article, we will see steps to create an alarm for the "NumberOfNotificationsDelivered" metric for the existing SNS Topic.

[#] Sat Jan 30 2021 05:56:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to install Python 3.9 on Ubuntu 20.04

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Python is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular programming languages around the world. It is a versatile language and used to build all kinds of applications. It is the best choice for beginners due to its simple and easy to learn syntax.

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