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[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 14:26:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Top open source, tech-smart, board-ready women executives

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Many open source organizations and companies are already headed by women, but there are many others who are ready for the boardroom.

https://www.zdnet.com/article/top-open-source-tech-smart-board-ready-women-executives/#ftag=RSSbaffb68

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 15:13:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linspire 10.0 Released

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This weekend, our development team is pleased to announce the release of Linspire 10.0, a major version update brings its codebase to the latest Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Once again, PC/OS engineers have worked diligently to develop the best, most meticulously designed and engineered FOSS desktop on the market today, intuitive, efficient, ready for your workflow. There have been many changes incorporating features and functionality that elevate Linspire to the forefront of consumer operating systems / mainstream Linux distributions.

https://www.linspirelinux.com/2021/02/linspire-10-released.html

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 16:29:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Geolocation using Python

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Geolocating is the process of retrieving location-related information about a given IP address. And yes! It can be done using Python! So, let’s get right to it.

https://www.thelinuxrain.org/articles/geolocation-using-python

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 17:46:46 EST from rss <>

Subject: Chromium Losing Google Private API Support Soon Options and Way Forward

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Browser wars never seem to end. Now it's the turn for Google Chrome. In case you are not aware, Google recently informed that they are shutting down private API support in all Chromium-based web browser on March 2021. We take a look at the situation and trying to figure out a way forward for our readers.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/02/chromium-losing-private-api-support/

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 19:04:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Create an Ansible Dev Environment using LXC/LXD Containers

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How to use LXD containers to quickly create a test environment for developing and testing Ansible Playbooks

https://buildvirtual.net/how-to-create-an-ansible-test-environment-using-lxd/

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 20:06:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Finnix 122 Linux Distro for Sysadmins Released with Improved Boot Speed, Linux 5.10 LTS

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Ryan Finnie released today Finnix 122 as a new version of his Debian Testing-based live Linux distro for system administrators.

https://9to5linux.com/finnix-122-linux-distro-for-sysadmins-released-with-improved-boot-speed-linux-5-10-lts

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 21:23:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: Converting a list to a presence/absence table

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Structured and tidy data is great to work with, because on the command line you can reliably convert one structure into another. This post demonstrates how you can turn comma-separated lists into a presence/absence pivot table.

https://www.datafix.com.au/BASHing/2021-02-10.html

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 22:37:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: GeoIP for nftables Brings Simplicity & Flexibility to GeoIP Filteringhegt/he

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What if you could block connections to your network in real-time from countries around the world such as Russia, China and Brazil where the majority of cyberattacks originate? What if you could redirect connections to a single network based on their origin? As you can imagine, being able to control these things would reduce the number of attack vectors on your network, improving its security. You may be surprised that this is not only possible, but straightforward and easy, by implementing GeoIP filtering on your nftables firewall with GeoIP for nftables .

https://www.linuxsecurity.com/features/features/geoip-for-nftables?rss

[#] Tue Feb 09 2021 23:55:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google OS, phone home: Leaked Android 12 screenshots suggest new design, privacy features

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Widgets tie in with promise to 'elevate people and conversations in the system surfaces'. Early Android 12 screenshots leaked yesterday on XDA have revealed what looks like a major design refresh and new privacy features, though they are unofficial and we cannot guarantee their authenticity.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/02/09/leaked_android_12_screenshots/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 01:13:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Becoming a Linux system administrator: From sales to sysadmin

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A look back at my journey to becoming a sysadmin—from sales to consulting to developer to sysadmin.

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/sales-to-sysadmin

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 02:30:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Refactoring one Java CRUD Application via adding two constructors to Bean class

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The original application https://www.javatpoint.com/crud-in-jsp is using bean without any explicitly declared constructor . To be able invoke different constructors first one for "Update","Insert", "Delete" and another one for "Select" which is supposed to be invoked explicitly we've done following updates to bean User.java.

https://dbaxps.blogspot.com/2021/02/refactoring-one-java-crud-application.html

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 03:31:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Control Chromecast Devices From A Linux Desktop Via MPRIS Widgets

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chromecast_mpris is a daemon that allows you to control Chromecast devices from your Linux desktop using MRIS widgets. The tool can also be used to open media and play YouTube videos on your Chromecast from the command line.

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2021/02/control-chromecast-devices-from-linux.html

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 04:48:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: List Or Check All Installed Linux Kernels From Commandline

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This brief tutorial will teach you how to view or check all installed Linux Kernels along with their versions from commandline in Linux.

https://ostechnix.com/list-or-check-all-installed-linux-kernels-from-commandline/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 06:05:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to setup a Kubernetes Cluster on AWS using Kops

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Kops is used to bringing up the Kubernetes cluster in the easiest possible way. It is a command-line tool used to create Kubernetes Clusters. In this article, we will see the steps to create a Kubernetes cluster with 1 master and 1 worker node on AWS.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-setup-a-kubernetes-cluster-on-aws-using-kops/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 07:23:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: The 22 Most-Used Python Packages in The World in 2021

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How is Python being used around the globe and across industries? This question inspired me to write this piece. I figured a list of the most-used Python packages would give a good indication. As a starting point, I took a list of the most downloaded Python packages on PyPI over the past 365 days. Let’s dive in and find out what they do, how they’re related, and why they rank so high!

https://medium.com/pythonland/the-22-most-used-python-packages-in-the-world-in-2021-aed34fea32ef?sk=8e21a452a521a0b12ac697b07a4aa613

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 08:41:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Find Files in CentOS 8 on the Command Line

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Finding files in any operating is a very common task as you have multiple files residing on your system at a time. The GUI based methods of doing so are readily available for every operating system, however, in Linux, I mostly prefer the CLI based methods. That is why today we will learn the two most simple methods of finding files in CentOS 8.

https://vitux.com/find-files-in-centos/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 09:43:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Add Fingerprint Login in Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions

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Got a laptop with fingerprint reader? Here’s how to enable fingerprint login on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.

https://itsfoss.com/fingerprint-login-ubuntu/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 11:16:21 EST from rss <>

Subject: Install and Configure PHP OPcache on Ubuntu 20.04

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Opcache is a powerful PHP extension used to increase PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and enable the Opcache PHP extension with Apache and Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04.

https://www.howtoforge.com/install-and-configure-php-opcache-on-ubuntu-20-04/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 12:37:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Create Bootable USB using the dd command

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We have several options to create bootable USB drive in Linux such as balenaEtcher, Ventoy, Unetbootin and many others.Today we will see a unique way to create a bootable disk, In this method, you do not need to install any third-party applications or libraries, and it is a most simple way to create a bootable disk. Do you want to know how to do? Follow our instructions.

https://trendoceans.com/how-to-create-bootable-usb-using-the-dd-command/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 13:57:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: Draw Mandelbrot fractals with GIMP scripting

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The GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP) is my go-to solution for image editing. Its toolset is very powerful and convenient, except for doing fractals, which is one thing you cannot draw by hand easily. These are fascinating mathematical constructs that have the characteristic of being self-similar.read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/gimp-mandelbrot

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