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[#] Mon May 24 2021 19:01:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Lx 4.3 RC Now Ready for Testing with Linux 5.12, Official AMD Vulkan Driver

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OpenMandriva Lx 4.3 RC (Release Candidate) is now available for public testing to give you an early taste of the new features and changes to be implemented in the upcoming release.

[#] Mon May 24 2021 20:18:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Let us Play: Smartphone brand Honor lets slip it has gained access to Google Mobile Services licences

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Suggests sales of former Huawei sub might resurface. Honor, the phone brand formerly owned by Huawei, appears to have secured Google Mobile Services (GMS) licences, paving the way for a meaningful return to the European market.…

[#] Mon May 24 2021 21:34:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux sysadmins: How my six year-old learned to do my job

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Are we as Linux sysadmins all about to be replaced by six-year-olds and a web console?

[#] Mon May 24 2021 22:50:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT features 25.5W PoE+

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Raspberry Pi announced a second-gen “Raspberry Pi PoE+ HAT” that keeps the $20 price while advancing to 802.3at PoE+ for powering the Pi with up to 25.5W. A new diode rectifier enables cool running. For the first time we can recall, Raspberry Pi Trading has announced a new product without supplying an order button. The […]

[#] Tue May 25 2021 00:06:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux 34 Is Now Powered by Linux Kernel 5.12

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Just a few days after Linux kernel 5.11 reached end of life, the Fedora Project upgraded today the Linux kernel packages for its latest Fedora Linux 34 release to Linux kernel 5.12.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 01:07:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Manage Nodejs Versions With n In Linux

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This guide explains what is n, the node version manager and how to easily manage nodejs versions with n in Linux operating systems.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 02:24:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Setup PostgreSQL 13.2 and PyQT5 to run CRUD App in PyCharm 2021.1.1 on F34

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Running PyQT5 CRUD (PostgreSQL 13.2) Application you might experience problem with importing psycopg2 . Posting below briefly provides the way to solve the issue and also describes in details database setup which is tuned specifically for Fedora 34 .

[#] Tue May 25 2021 08:30:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why Python's pip search isn't working: We speak to infrastructure director about ongoing traffic overload

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'The decision was made to return an error message that gave people an ability to contact us'Interview Last December, the Python development team overseeing the Python Package Index (PyPI) temporarily disabled the search endpoint on its XML-RPC API because its infrastructure has been overwhelmed by "abusive clients."…

[#] Tue May 25 2021 09:52:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 Quirky ‘ls’ Command Tricks Every Linux User Should Know

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We have covered most of the things on ‘ls’ command in last two articles of our Interview series. This article is the last part of the ‘ls command‘ series. If you have not gone through last two articles of this series you may visit the links below.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 10:55:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Inkscape 1.1 Open-Source SVG Editor Released with Many New Features and Improvements

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The open-source, free, and cross-platform Inkscape SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) editor has been updated to version 1.1 as the first major point release in the 1.x series.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 12:11:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Podcast is back

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The Fedora Community with the Marketing Team has brought back the Fedora Podcast! Get the podcast and check out the new season!

[#] Tue May 25 2021 13:27:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Screenshot And Annotation Tool Ksnip 1.9.0 Adds User-Defined Actions, Dockable Widgets, More

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Ksnip, a feature-packed cross-platform screenshot tool that works with both X11 and Wayland, has been updated to version 1.9.0, getting the ability to add user-defined actions for taking screenshots and post-processing, dockable widgets, along with many other smaller, but useful new features and changes.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 14:43:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Latest Cinnamon Desktop in Ubuntu and Fedora

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In this tutorial, we shall walk through the various steps that you can follow to install the latest stable version of Cinnamon desktop on Ubuntu and Fedora. Before we move any further, let us talk about a few properties of the Cinnamon desktop as outlined below.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 16:00:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pen testing with Linux security tools

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The multitude of well-publicized breaches of large consumer corporations underscores the critical importance of system security management. Fortunately, there are many different applications that help secure computer systems. One is Kali, a Linux distribution developed for security and penetration testing. This article demonstrates how to use Kali Linux to investigate your system to find weaknesses.Kali installs a lot of tools, all of which are open source, and having them installed by default makes things more

[#] Tue May 25 2021 17:16:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Highly-Loaded PHP Applications with LiteSpeed Web Server

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LiteSpeed is a free, open-source, small, lightweight, and is Apache alternative web server that conserves resources without sacrificing performance, security, or convenience.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 18:32:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to monitor Socket connections using ss command

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In this guide, we'll show you how to monitor socket connections in Linux using ss command.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 19:48:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Remove Lines from a File Using Sed Command

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streaming editor (sed) is an important tool when you work with parsing and transforming text in your nix-based systems. It is used for finding, filtering, text substitution, and text manipulations such as insertion, deletion, replace, and search in the text files.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 20:49:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Launch Flatpaks from your Linux terminal

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The Flatpak application distribution model is helping developers target Linux in a new and easy way, and it's helping Linux users install more applications without worrying about what version of Linux they're running. It's an exciting technology, and on my Fedora Silverblue system, it's the default package installation method. All of my desktop applications on Silverblue and several of my favorites I use on Slackware are running as more

[#] Tue May 25 2021 22:06:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Find And Move Files In Xubuntu File Manager (Thunar)

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Xubuntu is a variant of Ubuntu that uses the XFCE desktop environment. In this distribution the user will not find the default Ubuntu file manager (Nautilus), because Xubuntu uses Thunar as the default file manager.

[#] Tue May 25 2021 23:31:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Incrementing Fill-Down Error

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WGS84 is the geodetic datum used in most GPS units. Updates to that datum aren't called WGS85, WGS86 or WGS87; they're all still WGS84. So why do I see those larger version numbers in my data audits? I blame spreadsheets and a particular kind of filling-down. Here's how to find this error on the command line.

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