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[#] Thu May 20 2021 05:13:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Slice infinite generators with this Python 3.7 feature

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This is the eighth in a series of articles about features that first appeared in a version of Python 3.x. Python 3.7 was first released in 2018, and even though it has been out for a few years, many of the features it introduced are underused and pretty cool. Here are three of them.Postponed evaluation of annotationsIn Python 3.7, as long as the right __future__ flags are activated, annotations are not evaluated during runtime:read more

[#] Thu May 20 2021 05:44:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: HP EliteDesk 800 G2 Mini Desktop PC – Games – Week 6

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We put some free games through their paces. Most of the games are available to download on Steam for free. And a few are even released under an open source license.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 06:34:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 12 Open Source Linux Desktop Environments of 2021

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The word ‘Open Source‘ can be attributed to the Linux community which brought it into existence along with the introduction of Linux (successor of then-existing Unix Operating System). Although ‘Linux‘ in itself came into existence as only a base Kernel, its open-source nature attracted a huge society of developers worldwide to contribute to its development.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 07:20:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 Tools To Display Linux Laptop Battery Information From the Command Line

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Using the tools below, you'll be able to check the current battery discharging rate, the battery capacity (current, full and design), current battery voltage, temperature, and more.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 08:00:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A beginner&#039;s guide for contributing to Apache Cassandra

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Apache Cassandra is an open source NoSQL database trusted by thousands of companies around the globe for its scalability and high availability that does not compromise performance. Contributing to such a widely used distributed system may seem daunting, so this article aims to provide you an easy entry point.There are good reasons to contribute to Cassandra, such as:read more

[#] Thu May 20 2021 08:31:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Do you allow the X protocol on your network?

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Businesses run the gamut of policy extremes when it comes to graphical tools. Where are you on the graphical tools continuum?

[#] Thu May 20 2021 09:16:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Use MySQL With Ruby On Rails Application In Linux

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Sqlite, the default database for Ruby on Rails, may not be sufficient for your Rails application. This guide explains how to use MySQL with Ruby on Rails application in Linux.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 10:22:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure Tripwire IDS on Debian 10

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Tripwire is a free and open-source Linux Intrusion Detection System. It is used to detect and report any unauthorized change in files and directories on Linux. In this post, we will show you how to install and configure Tripwire on Debian 10.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 11:23:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SSH Passwordless Login Using SSH Keygen in 5 Easy Steps

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SSH (Secure SHELL) is an open-source and most trusted network protocol that is used to login to remote servers for the execution of commands and programs. It is also used to transfer files from one computer to another computer over the network using a secure copy (SCP) Protocol.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 12:24:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Canonical Releases New Linux Kernel Live Patch for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and 18.04 LTS

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Canonical released a new Linux kernel live patch for its long-term supported Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS operating system series to address a single security vulnerability.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 13:25:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 6 lesser-known but seriously useful Linux commands

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Introducing six (possibly) unfamiliar commands that you need to know.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 14:26:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Ubuntu Lifecycle and Release Cadence

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Ubuntu’s flagship operating system is hardly a thing of a novelty since we had been anticipating its release for a good while. In April 2020, Canonical officially announced the release of the next iteration of its Ubuntu operating system which is the long-term support 20.04 (Focal Fossa).

[#] Thu May 20 2021 15:28:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is serverless with Java?

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For decades, enterprises have developed business-critical applications on various platforms, including physical servers, virtual machines, and cloud environments. The one thing these applications have in common across industries is they need to be continuously available (24x7x365) to guarantee stability, reliability, and performance, regardless of demand. Therefore, every enterprise must be responsible for the high costs of maintaining an infrastructure (e.g., CPU, memory, disk, networking, etc.) even if actual resource utilization is less than more

[#] Thu May 20 2021 16:29:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: procs Is A Modern Replacement For ps With Colored Output, Additional Information

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procs is a modern replacement for ps written in Rust. Compared to ps, it comes with colored and human-readable output, additional information like TCP/UDP port, read/write throughput, more memory information and Docker container name, and more.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 17:30:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What does null mean in Linux and Computing

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In this article, I will give you a short explanation of what the value null or the null device means in the computing world.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 18:31:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Lightweight Linux Desktop Environments For Older Computers

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Many of us own old computers, and old computers need low resources-constrained GUI’s to be used on them. In this article, we are going to talk about 5 lightweight desktop environments to install on your old computer to revive it again.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 19:32:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Which Ubuntu Flavor Should You Choose?

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So, you just decided to switch to using a Linux distro and you’ve come to the decision that Ubuntu is the one for you. But while you were doing your research you came across tags like Ubuntu flavours and derivatives – “what are the differences?” you ask. Also, why are there so many versions, and what is the alpha-beta-LTS business all about?

[#] Thu May 20 2021 20:33:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New Project To Convert Arch Linux PKGBUILDs (Repositories and AUR) To DEB Packages

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makedeb, mpm and makedeb-db is a set of tools that allows you to convert Arch Linux PKGBUILD files to DEB packages and install them using APT on Debian / Ubuntu and Linux distributions based on these.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 21:34:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TUXEDO Computers Launches New TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 Linux Laptop with 3K Display

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German based Linux hardware vendor TUXEDO Computers launched today the TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 Linux laptop with 16:10 "Omnia" 3K display and powerful components.

[#] Thu May 20 2021 22:35:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Make your API better with this positional trick from Python 3.8

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This is the ninth in a series of articles about features that first appeared in a version of Python 3.x. Python 3.8 was first released in 2019, and two years later, many of its cool new features remain underused. Here are three of them.

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