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[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 06:00:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Jenkins on Ubuntu 20.04/18.04

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Jenkins is a leading self-contained open-source automation server that is used to automate repetitive technical assignments involved in building, testing, and delivering or deploying software. Jenkins is Java-based and can be installed through Ubuntu packages, Docker, or by downloading and running its web application archive (WAR) file that includes all the contents of a web application to run on a server.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 07:47:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Download A Portion Of Youtube Video with Youtube-dl And FFmpeg In Linux

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This brief guide explains how to download a portion of YouTube video with Youtube-dl and FFmpeg utilities in Linux.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 09:49:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenStack Wallaby Extends Open Source Cloud Infrastructure

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The open-source cloud infrastructure project continues to benefit from a high volume of contributors as the new Wallaby release improves compute, networking and security.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 11:32:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Educational Distro Escuelas Linux 6.13 Introduces OBS Studio and Kolibri

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The Escuelas Linux team informs 9to5Linux today about the general availability of Escuelas Linux 6.13, a new version of their educational-oriented GNU/Linux distribution derived from Bodhi Linux.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 13:18:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Lightweight Desktop LXQt 0.17 Released. This is What's New.

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LXQt 0.17 is released. The lightweight desktop environment brings its latest version LXQt 0.17 with moderate improvements across modules and their components. This is what's new.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 15:05:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Whats new with Drupal in 2021?

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The success of open source projects is largely carried by the pillars of the community and group collaborations. Without putting a stake in the ground to achieve strategic initiatives, an open source project can lose focus. Open source strategic initiatives should aim at solving impactful problems through collaboration involving the project[he]#039[/he]s stakeholders.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 16:52:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: List of All Default Debian Official Wallpapers HD Gallery with Download Links

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Here's a list of all Debian wallpapers from official releases with download links.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 19:09:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LFCA: Learn Binary and Decimal Numbers in Network – Part 10

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In Part 9 of the LFCA series, we covered the basics of IP addressing. To better understand IP addressing, we need to pay more attention to these two types of IP address representation – binary and decimal-dotted quad notation.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 21:11:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: EndeavourOS Introduces BSPWM, Sway, and Drops Deepin. Download and Update Now

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EndeavourOS 2021.04 release is here. And the team brings a handful of new features and updates. Take a look.

[#] Sun Apr 18 2021 23:28:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: EndeavourOS Linux Has a New ISO Release with BSPWM and Sway WMs, Various Improvements

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The EndeavourOS Linux distro has a new ISO release to give you guys an up-to-date installation medium in case you want to use Arch Linux but don’t want to go through its complex installation process.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 01:40:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What job did you do before tech?

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Who doesn[he]#039[/he]t love a trip down memory lane? When recounting our career paths, they[he]#039[/he]re often crooked and veer in unexpected directions. Many of us take pride in that. We trusted our intuition or a friend[he]#039[/he]s advice and it led to experiences we[he]#039[/he]ll never forget that shaped who we are today. And where we are today. I asked our community of writers to share a little bit about what kind of jobs they had before they got into tech. Here are 13 of them you[he]#039[/he]re sure to enjoy.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 03:42:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pop!_OS Announced GNOME Based COSMIC Desktop. Here's how it looks.

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A stunning and revamped GNOME-based desktop announced by the Pop OS team - named COSMIC. Let's take a look.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 06:05:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM) tutorial

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Logical Volume Manager (LVM) is used on Linux to manage hard drives and other storage devices. As the name implies, it can sort raw storage into logical volumes, making it easy to configure and use.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 08:07:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Google proposes Logica data language for building more manageable SQL code

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COBOL-inspired caps lock English just don't add up when dealing with large SQL codebases. Structured Query Language (SQL) at scale can lead to unstructured, unmaintainable database code - at least as far as Google is concerned - so boffins affiliated with the biz have devised an open source logical programming language to make SQL more amenable to maintenance.…

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 10:25:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Zorin OS 16 Beta Released with Remarkable Changes. Download and Test Now.

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The Zorin OS team announced the release of the Zorin OS 16 Beta which is immediately available for download and testing. With this pre-release, Zorin OS promises some massive changes. Let's take a look.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 12:28:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Breaking news: Linux flies on Mars

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This is a moment in history for us to remember. An open source operating system built by thousands flies a helicopter on another planet.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 14:45:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 13 ways to get involved with your favorite open source project

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Many of my blog's readers already know lots about open source, but I'm also aware that many know little, if anything, about it. I'm a big, big proponent of open source software (and beyond, such as open hardware), and there are lots of great resources you can find to learn more about more

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 17:02:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LFCA: Learn Classes of Network IP Addressing Range – Part 11

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In Part 10 of the LFCA series, we brushed over the classes of IP addresses and gave examples of the commonly used IP classes. However, that was just an overview and in this part, we will dive deeper and gain more understanding about IP addressing range and the number of hosts and networks each class of IP provides.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 19:08:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 ways to check if a port is open on remote Linux system

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It is mandatory to open the network port on the firewall, which allows the application for external access.

[#] Mon Apr 19 2021 21:24:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to chmod files only on Linux

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Sometimes, you might want to apply a chmod to files only and not directories. This guide shows you three different ways to achieve that goal on the Linux command line.

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