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[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 12:28:21 EST from rss <>

Subject: How Ansible got started and grew

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Recently, Flagsmith founder Ben Rometsch spoke to Michael DeHaan, founder of open source IT automation software Ansible (now part of IBM/Red Hat), on The Craft of Open Source podcast about how he developed Ansible and what he's been doing more

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 13:48:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Dictionaries In Python

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Learn about basic characteristics of Python dictionaries and how to access and manage dictionary data.

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 14:49:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: 7 of the Best Linux System Cleaning Tools

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You can choose from a number of feature-rich Linux system cleaning tools for deleting unnecessary application data and reclaiming disk space.

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 18:28:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: Pine64 unveils RK3566-powered SBC and reveals an upcoming RISC-V board

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Pine64 has posted specs for a Quartz64 SBC that runs Linux on Rockchip’s new NPU-equipped, quad -A55 RK3566 with up to 8GB RAM. There are also plans for an under $15 SBC showcasing the RISC-V based Allwinner XuanTie C906. As we noted in our recent report on Geniatech’s RK3568 and RK3566 Development Boards, Pine64 has […]

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 19:29:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: A sunset surprise

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If the days are getting shorter after the summer solstice, why are the sunsets getting later? Data graphics help with the explanation.

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 20:47:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: SonoBus Is An Open Source Low Latency Peer-To-Peer Audio Streaming Application

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Use this real-time audio streaming collaboration tool to create podcasts, remotely jam with band members, and much more.

[#] Tue Feb 16 2021 22:03:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Add, Convert, and Format Timestamps on the Linux Command Line

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Have you ever wished you can easily add timestamps to command output? How about convert those UNIX timestamps to something more friendly? Enter the ts command...

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 01:38:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.21 Desktop Environment Officially Released with New App Launcher, More

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The KDE Project announced today the general availability of the KDE Plasma 5.21 desktop environment as a massive update featuring a brand-new application launcher and numerous other enhancements.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 02:39:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to install Linux in 3 steps

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In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I'll share 21 different reasons to use Linux. Here's how to install Linux. read more

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 03:55:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Kill user sessions in Linux

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2DayGeek: This quick article shows multiple ways to kill user sessions in Linux.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 05:11:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: Introduction to named pipes on Bash shell

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On Linux and Unix-based operating systems, pipes are very useful since they are a simple way to achieve IPC (inter-process communication). When we connect two processes in a pipeline, the output of the first one is used as the input of the second one.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 06:28:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Migrate To AlmaLinux From CentOS 8 Using Almalinux-deploy Script

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The official script named Almalinux-deploy that helps you to migrate to AlmaLinux from CentOS 8 is out. It is time to convert your CentOS machines (hopefully other Enterprise Linux systems) to AlmaLinux.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 07:44:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: 4 tech jobs for people who dont code

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In the first article in this series, I explained how the tech industry divides people and roles into "technical" or "non-technical" categories and the problems associated with this. The tech industry makes it difficult for people interested in tech—but not coding—to figure out where they fit in and what they can do.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 09:00:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Linux Foundation Announces the Election of Renesas’ Hisao Munakata and GitLab’s Eric Johnson to the Board of Directors

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Today, the Linux Foundation announced that Renesas’ Hisao Munakata has been re-elected to its board, representing the Gold Member community. GitLab’s Eric Johnson has been elected to represent the Silver Member community. Linux Foundation elected board directors serve 2-year terms. Directors elected to the Linux Foundation’s board are committed to building sustainable ecosystems around open […]

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 10:16:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fwupd 1.5.6 Released with Support for System76’s Keyboard, Star LabTop Mk IV Laptop

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Mario Limonciello announced today the release of fwupd 1.5.6, a new feature and maintenance update for Linux’s number one tool for updating firmware for your hardware.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 11:33:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use this bootable USB drive on Linux to rescue Windows users

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People regularly ask me to help them rescue Windows computers that have become locked or damaged. Sometimes, I can use a Linux USB boot drive to mount Windows partitions and then transfer and back up files from the damaged systems.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 12:41:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Parallel shells with xargs: Utilize all your cpu cores on UNIX and Windows

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One particular frustration with the UNIX shell is the inability to easily schedule multiple, concurrent tasks that fully utilize CPU cores presented on modern systems. The example of focus in this article is file compression, but the problem rises with many computationally intensive tasks, such as image/audio/media processing, password cracking and hash analysis, database Extract, Transform, and Load, and backup activities. It is understandably frustrating to wait for gzip * running on a single CPU core, while most of a machine's processing power lies idle.

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 13:57:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Elkhart Lake spins into COM Express, SMARC, and Qseven modules

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Avnet’s “MSC C6C-EL” Type 6, “MSC SM2S-EL” SMARC, and “MSC Q7-EL” Qseven modules run Linux or Win 10 on Intel’s Elkhart Lake Atom x6000 SoCs and support triple independent displays and up to 256GB flash. In the transition from MSC Embedded to Avnet Integrated, we fell off the company’s PR list –- our last MSC […]

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 15:13:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: 'It's where the industry is heading': LibreOffice team working on WebAssembly port

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Second attempt to run entirely in the browser – but nothing works yet. The LibreOffice team has been working on a port to browser-hosted WebAssembly, and hopes for a working demo by summer 2021. "It's the way the industry is heading," said Document Foundation board member Thorsten Behrens.…

[#] Wed Feb 17 2021 16:29:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use WPScan to scan WordPress for vulnerabilities on Kali

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Vulnerabilities in WordPress can be uncovered by the WPScan utility, which comes installed by default in Kali Linux. It's also a great tool for gathering general reconnaissance information about a website that's running WordPress. Owners of WordPress sites would be wise to try running WPScan against their site, as it may reveal security issues that need patched. It can also reveal more general web server issues, such as directory listings that haven't been turned off inside Apache or NGINX.

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