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[#] Tue Jan 18 2022 20:19:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: How curiosity helped me solve a hardware problem

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I typically have a dozen computers up and running on my home network—yes, 12. And I am responsible for several more in other locations. With so many computers, there are always failures of various types, and I ultimately diagnose many of them as hardware problems. But it can be difficult to diagnose which hardware component is causing the issue.

[#] Tue Jan 18 2022 21:21:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: This Is How You Install and Remove Python Packages With Pip

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Pip is the command you use to manage Python packages with the Pip package manager. This article explains how to install pip itself on Linux, and how to use it to install, manage, and remove packages. If you’re wondering what Pip stands for, the name Pip is a recursive acronym for ‘Pip Installs Packages.’

[#] Tue Jan 18 2022 22:22:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Book List for Learning Kali Linux

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List of book resources for learning about Kali Linux

[#] Tue Jan 18 2022 23:23:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Perform unit tests using GoogleTest and CTest

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This article is a follow-up to my last article Set up a build system with CMake and VSCodium. In the last article, I showed how to configure a build system based on VSCodium and CMake. This article refines this setup by integrating meaningful unit tests using GoogleTest and CTest.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2022 00:39:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Rust Programming Language on Ubuntu 20.04

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This tutorial shows how to install and use Rust programming language on an Ubuntu 20.04 system by using the Rustup installation script.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2022 01:56:07 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open Invention Network expands Linux patent protection

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The OIN brings its patent protection to numerous new open-source programs and components.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2022 03:13:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: LVFS Activity Going Wild Ahead Of New Security Disclosure Requiring Firmware Update

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The Linux Vendor Firmware Service (LVFS) that integrates with Fwupd for delivering firmware updates primarily to Linux users is surging with around three times the normal traffic volume. Unfortunately, this boost in traffic appears to be due to vendor(s) releasing new system firmware updates ahead of disclosing a presumptive security issue.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2022 04:29:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: A dog-cat-horse-turtle problem

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Sometimes text-processing problems have so many possible command-line solutions, it's hard to decide which is best. This 2021 problem is a good example.

[#] Wed Jan 19 2022 05:46:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Deepin 20.4 Becomes Even More Beautiful with the New UI Improvements

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Deepin is a rising star among Linux distros, thanks to its combination of an amazing desktop environment with the stability of Debian. There are a bunch of changes and visual improvements that make Deepin 20.4 a wonderful Linux distribution. Here’s what’s new!

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