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[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 19:56:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Next steps on trustworthy AI: transparency, bias and better data governance

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Over the last few years, Mozilla has turned its attention to AI, asking: how can we make the data driven technologies we all use everyday more trustworthy? How can we …

https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2021/02/10/next-steps-on-trustworthy-ai-transparency-bias-and-better-data-governance/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 21:15:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: Popular open-source library SDL moving development to GitHub despite 'calamitous design choices' in git

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'I don't have the energy to be a server admin for something that's held together with scotch tape and prayers'. The Simple DirectMedia Library (SDL) project is moving development to GitHub today despite what a core developer calls "calamitous design choices" in git, for the sake of familiarity and wide tool support.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/02/10/sdl_moves_to_github/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 22:34:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open source Linux debugging tool focuses on IPC

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Guardicore has released an open source debugging tool called “IPCDump” for tracing and visualizing interprocess communication on Linux. Features include tracing IPC between short-lived processes. Guardicore, which defines itself as the “the segmentation company disrupting the legacy firewall market,” announced the availability of IPCDump, an open source debugging tool for Linux interprocess communication (IPC). The […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/open-source-debugging-tool-focuses-on-ipc/

[#] Wed Feb 10 2021 23:51:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Which workload did you first use Linux containers for?

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Linux containers are handy and efficient to use for certain workloads. Which workload got you started using containers?

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/which-workloads-containers

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 00:52:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to create a subscription between an SQS queue and SNS topic on AWS

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The idea behind subscribing to SQS in SNS is to send messages from SNS to SQS. One can send both raw messages and any other message attributes included in the SNS message.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-create-a-subscription-between-an-sqs-queue-and-sns-topic-on-aws/

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 02:08:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Android: Neutron Music Player – feature-laden player

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Neutron is billed as “… an advanced music player with the bare-metal 32/64-bit audio engine which delivers the best possible Hi-Fi grade quality of sound. It offers high-resolution audio playback without frequency resampling and bits truncation if internal/external DAC supports it.” It’s designed for audiophiles who want Bit-Perfect output and be able to control how their music sounds.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/android-neutron-music-player/

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 03:24:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Orchis Is A Cool GTK / GNOME Theme With Rounded Elements

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This is a material design GNOME/GTK theme which is originally based on Materia. It uses rounded elements such as tabs, buttons, entry boxes, etc., as well as round corners for application windows and the GNOME Shell panel.

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2021/02/orchis-is-cool-gtk-gnome-theme-with.html

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 04:41:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: Canonical Patches Kernel Security Vulnerability in Ubuntu 20.10 and 20.04 LTS, Update Now

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Canonical released today a new Linux kernel security update for its Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) systems to address a single security vulnerability.

https://9to5linux.com/canonical-patches-kernel-security-vulnerability-in-ubuntu-20-10-and-20-04-lts-update-now

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 05:57:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Compact, Arm-based IoT gateway targets electric vehicles

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Vecow’s compact, rugged “VIG-120” IoT gateway runs Linux on an i.MX6 UL and supplies 4x COM, 2x CAN, mini-PCIe with SIM, and 2x 10/100 LAN ports with optional M12 connectors. Most of the Vecow systems we have seen are beefy Intel Core based computers such as the 11th Gen Tiger Lake based SPC-7000. Yet, the […]

http://linuxgizmos.com/compact-arm-based-iot-gateway-targets-electric-vehicles/

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 07:14:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to read and create csv files using Python

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CSV is the acronym of “Comma Separated Values”. A csv file is a just plain text document used to represent and exchange tabular data. Each row in a csv file represents an “entity”, and each column represents an attribute of it. Columns are usually separated by a comma but other characters can be used as field separator instead of it. In this tutorial we will see how to read and create csv files using Python and specifically the csv module, which is part of the language standard library.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-read-and-create-csv-files-using-python

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 08:31:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to check if a file exists in bash

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When you are working on a shell script in bash, there are cases where you want to check if a particular file exists (or does not exist) in a directory, and then perform an action based on the condition. In bash, there are several ways to check whether or a file exists in bash. This tutorial demonstrates bash shell script examples for this use case.

https://www.xmodulo.com/check-file-exists-bash.html

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 09:35:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Manage your budget on Linux with this open source finance tool

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In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I[he]#039[/he]ll share 21 different reasons to use Linux. This article is about personal financial management.

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/linux-skrooge

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 10:50:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Whats new with ownCloud in 2021?

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The newest version of ownCloud, ownCloud Infinite Scale (OCIS), is a complete rewrite of the venerable open source enterprise file sharing and syncing software stack. It features a new backend written in Go, a frontend in Vue.js, and many changes, including eliminating the need for a database. This scalable, modular approach replaces ownCloud[he]#039[/he]s PHP, database, and POSIX filesystem and promises up to 10 times better performance.

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/owncloud

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 12:11:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use Linux to do your taxes

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In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I[he]#039[/he]ll share 21 different reasons to use Linux. Here[he]#039[/he]s how to use Linux to do your taxes.

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/linux-tax-software

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 13:16:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Fix Steam Games Cracking Sound Issue in Linux

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If you've installed Steam games in Linux and heard a cracking in the audio, then you are not alone. Here's how to fix the Steam games cracking sound issue in Linux.

https://www.maketecheasier.com/fix-steam-games-cracking-sound-linux/

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 14:35:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: CloudLinux Expands Extended Lifecycle Support Beyond CentOS

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CloudLinux's Extended Lifecycle Support, which offers support for CentOS 6, is being expanded to include Oracle Linux, Ubuntu and Debian.

https://www.itprotoday.com:443/linux/cloudlinux-expands-extended-lifecycle-support-beyond-centos

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 15:51:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Access Manual Pages for Linux Commands

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Regular, when writing a command - both easy and complex ones - one will want to access more detailed information about the command and it’s available options. There is a wealth of information available in the Linux manual pages, and this is provided free of charge, and is available with just a few keystrokes.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-access-manual-pages-for-linux-commands

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 16:54:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: 31 open source text editors you need to try

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Computers are text-based, so the more things you do with them, the more you find yourself needing a text-editing application. And the more time you spend in a text editor, the more likely you are to demand more from whatever you use. If you[he]#039[/he]re looking for a good text editor, you[he]#039[/he]ll find that Linux has plenty to offer. Whether you want to work in the terminal, on your desktop, or in the cloud, you can literally try a different editor every day for a month (or one a month for almost three years) in your relentless search for the perfect typing experience.

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/open-source-text-editors

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 17:57:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Sysadmin careers: How long do you typically stay in a job?

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Some sysadmins change jobs often, while some of us stay too long in one place. Where do you fall on the job change continuum?

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/how-long-stay-job

[#] Thu Feb 11 2021 19:00:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: Configure multi-tenancy with Kubernetes namespaces

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Most enterprises want a multi-tenancy platform to run their cloud-native applications because it helps manage resources, costs, and operational efficiency and control cloud waste.

https://opensource.com/article/21/2/kubernetes-namespaces

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