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[#] Thu Feb 18 2021 23:22:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: Kinoite: Immutable Fedora variant with KDE Plasma desktop on the way

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Better security and application management, but compatibility can be an issueRed Hat's Fedora project is to add a new variant called Kinoite, an immutable desktop operating system alongside the existing Silverblue, which runs GNOME desktop.…

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 00:38:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenRGB: Open Source RGB Lighting Control For Keyboards, Fans, Mice And Much More

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OpenRGB is a free and open source application to control RGB lighting for a multitude of devices, independent of the manufacturer.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 01:49:07 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Limit Battery Charging (Set A Charge Threshold) For ASUS Laptops On Linux

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Newer ASUS laptops support limiting the battery charge level, which helps prolong battery life. This article explains how to set a battery charge threshold for ASUS laptops on Linux.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 03:05:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Build a Scalable and Highly Available Website with using AWS EC2 Autoscaling

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Learn how to build a website on AWS using Linux Virtual Machines in EC2, and using Load balancing and Autoscaling

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 04:21:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Free Introduction to Node.js Online Training Now Available

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Node.js is the extremely popular open source JavaScript runtime, used by some of the biggest names in technology, including Bloomberg, LinkedIn, Netflix, NASA, and more. Node.js is prized for its speed, lightweight footprint, and ability to easily scale, making it a top choice for microservices architectures. With no sign of Node.js use and uptake slowing, […]

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 05:37:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tiny module combines i.MX8M Mini and rich I/O

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ICOP’s NX8MM-D168 is a 35 x 55mm Linux-friendly module featuring the i.MX8M Mini, 2GB LPDDR4 as well eMMC, GbE, 2xUSB, MIPI-DSI and -CSI, PCIe, UART, SPI, I2C and PWM. The module provides a 168-pin board-to-board connector. ICOP Technology has released its NX8MM-D168 based on NXP’s i.MX8M Mini SoC. The 1.6GHz NX8MM-D168 runs Yocto Linux and […]

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 06:54:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: Hands-On with Ubuntu Unity 20.10 on the Raspberry Pi 4

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Fans of the Unity desktop rejoice, in this hands-on article I’m taking a look at the unofficial Ubuntu Unity remix on the Raspberry Pi 4 computer with 8GB RAM to see what works and what needs to be improved.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 07:56:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Foundation offers free Node.js class

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Node.js is wildly popular, but it[he]#039[/he]s not that easy to learn. Now, the Linux Foundation wants to help you pick it up with a new free online class.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 14:52:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Use GDB to Debug Programs in Ubuntu 20.04

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GNU Debugger (GDB) is an open-source debugger for GNU Systems. The debugger is portable and can be used for multiple languages as C/C++ and Fortran. In this article, we explore how to debug C programs using GDB in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa).

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 16:56:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: Unlock your Chromebook&#039;s hidden potential with Linux

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Google Chromebooks run on Linux, but normally the Linux they run isn't particularly accessible to the user. Linux is used as a backend technology for an environment based on the open source Chromium OS, which Google then transforms into Chrome OS. The interface most users experience is a desktop that can run Chrome browser apps and the Chrome browser itself. And yet underneath all that, there's Linux to be more

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 19:15:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Kodi 19 "Matrix" Open-Source Home Theater Released, This Is What's New

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The long-anticipated Kodi 19 "Matrix" open-source home theater/media center has been officially released today as a major update with numerous new features and improvements.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 21:18:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Enable Legacy Kickoff Menu in KDE Plasma 5.21

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This quick guide explains the steps to enable Legacy Kickoff Menu in KDE Plasma 5.21.

[#] Fri Feb 19 2021 23:37:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: My open source internship during a pandemic

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In May 2020, in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, I started a summer internship with Red Hat. COVID-19 had cut short my third year studying computer engineering at Georgia Tech, and I learned I would have to work remotely all summer. I wasn't sure what to expect from a virtual more

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 01:40:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: Wayland on Wine: An exciting first update

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Two months ago, Collabora announced a first proposal for a Wayland driver for Wine. Here's an update on this effort, with support for new features including copy/paste, drag-and-drop and for changing the display mode!

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 03:57:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Create NodeJS Virtual Environments Using Conda In Linux

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Conda was initially created for Python programs, but we can use it for any languages. This guide explains how to create Nodejs virtual environments using conda in Linux.

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 06:01:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: 7 Ways to Customize Cinnamon Desktop in Linux Beginner’s Guide

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The traditional Cinnamon desktop can be tweaked to look different and customized for your needs. Here’s how to do that.

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 08:22:57 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to dual boot Kali Linux and Windows 10

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If you want to run Kali Linux on your system but you already have Windows 10 installed, you have a couple of options. One thing you could do is install Kali Linux in a virtual machine, as we've shown in our tutorials for installing Kali in VMware and installing Kali in VirtualBox.

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 10:25:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: NetworkManager 1.30 Adds Support for WPA3 Enterprise 192-Bit Mode, New Ethtool Offload Features

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NetworkManager 1.30 has been released today as the latest version of one of the most popular network connection management tools for Linux-based operating systems.

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 12:50:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free Android Apps: Skywave Schedules – listen to shortwave radio

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Skywave Schedules is an essential app. The ability to listen to shortwave from hundreds of remote radio receivers is a great way of dipping into the world of shortwave.

[#] Sat Feb 20 2021 14:55:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to measure the average CPU utilization of a Linux process

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Sometimes you may want to know the CPU usage of a particular Linux process. As the CPU usage of a process can fluctuate over its lifetime, you will want to measure the average CPU usage or CPU utilization of the process. For this purpose, a Linux tool set called sysstat may come in handy, which contains a collection of performance monitoring tools for Linux, reporting statistics on disk I/O, CPU, memory, networking, and other system activities.

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