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[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 14:11:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Rocky Linux 8.3 RC1 Released – Download DVD ISO Images

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Ever since RedHat pulled the plug on the CentOS project, the opensource community has been working tirelessly round the clock to provide formidable alternatives to CentOS 8 which was renowned for its stability, reliability, and all the goodies derived from RHEL. And their efforts have paid off.

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 15:12:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why choose open source for your home automation project

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Let's face it. The point of technology is to make life better.Of course, what qualifies as "better" varies for people, depending on what they need at any given moment. Still, technology has the unique ability to affect lives at many different stages. For some people, technology offers a relaxing afternoon of entertainment, while for others, it provides navigational assistance, improved health care, or more precise scientific more

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 16:13:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to manage systemd units with systemctl

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In this guide, we'll show you how to manage systemd units in Linux, using systemctl command.

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 17:14:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ansible tutorial for beginners on Linux

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A system administrator, in the vast majority of cases, has to take care of more than one server, so he often has to perform repetitive tasks on all of them. In these cases automation is a must. Ansible is an open source software owned by Red Hat; it is written in the Python programming lanaguage, and it is a provisioning and configuration management software which help us in the aforementioned cases.

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 18:15:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: FSearch: Lightweight File Search Apps For Linux!

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Xubuntu is a Linux distribution variant of Ubuntu. This makes some applications in Ubuntu may not be installed by default on Xubuntu. An example is a file search utility

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 19:16:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Emulate the Sinclair ZX Spectrum home computer with Linux

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The ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit personal home computer released in 1982 by Sinclair Research Ltd. The name highlighted the machine’s color capabilities, compared with its monochrome predecessor, the ZX81.

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 20:17:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Configure FreeDOS in plain text

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The main configuration file for FreeDOS is a file in the root directory called FDCONFIG.SYS. This file contains a series of lines, each setting a value such as LASTDRIVE=Z or FILES=40. For example, the default FDCONFIG.SYS in FreeDOS 1.3 RC4 looks like this:read more

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 21:18:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Updated How to Limit Network Bandwidth Usage in Linux Using Trickle

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Either you are a system admin or just a Linux user, you need to learn how to control the upload and download speeds for applications to make sure that your network bandwidth is not burned by a single application.

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 22:19:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Making portable functions across serverless platforms

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The rising popularity of serverless development alongside the increased adoption of multi- and hybrid-cloud architectures has created a lot of competition among platforms. This gives developers many choices about where they can run functions on serverless platforms—from public managed services to on-premises more

[#] Thu Jun 10 2021 23:20:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Signal Messenger on Linux Mint 20

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Signal is a cross-platform messaging and video calling application. This article will talk about the installation procedure of the Signal messenger’s desktop version on a Linux Mint 20 system.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 00:21:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 6 Interesting Funny Commands of Linux (Fun in Terminal)

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In our past following articles, we’ve shown some useful articles on some funny commands of Linux, which shows that Linux is not as complex as it seems and can be fun if we know how to use it. Linux command line can perform any complex task very easily and with perfection and can be interesting and joyful.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 01:22:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What happens when you terminate Kubernetes containers on purpose?

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In this series celebrating Kubernetes' 11th birthday, I've introduced some great tools for chaos engineering. In the first article, I explained what chaos engineering is, and in the second, I demonstrated how to get your system's steady state so that you can compare it against a chaos more

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 02:23:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Create Your Own Linux, Android and iOS Apps Using “LiveCode” in Linux

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Using Livecode, You can write the same application for all available platforms like Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, BSD, Solaris and the code will work on all of those platforms without the need to change anything in the code, same code on all.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 03:24:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Play Doom on Kubernetes

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Do you ever feel nostalgic for Doom and other blocky video games, the ones that didn't require much more than a mouse and the hope that you could survive on a LAN with your friends? You know what I'm talking about; the days when your weekends were consumed with figuring out how you could travel with your desktop and how many Mountain Dews you could fit in your cargo pants pockets? If this memory puts a warm feeling in your heart, well, this article is for more

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 04:25:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 Linux Dig (Domain Information Groper) Commands to Query DNS

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In our last article we have showed you the most used 8 Nslookup commands with their examples, now here we come with another command line tool called Dig, which is much similar to Linux Nslookup tool. We will see the usage of dig command closely with their examples as shown below.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 05:26:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install and remove software packages on FreeDOS

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On Linux, you may have used a package manager to install or remove packages. For example, the default package manager on Debian Linux is the deb command, and the default package manager on Fedora Linux is the dnf command. But did you know that FreeDOS has a package manager, too?read more

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 06:42:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Setting up PostgreSQL 13.2&&Python VENV verified by another PyQT5 module on Debian Bullseye

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Expecting Debian Bullseye release to happen pretty shortly (by the end of September 2021) PostgreSQL 13.2 setup has been verified on Debian Bullseye/sid as Oracle's Virtual Box 6.1.22 Guest running in EFI mode along with ongoing hackery of PyQT5 code mentioned in my recent post at

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 07:43:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Gear 21.04.2 Software Suite Released with More Than 80 Bug Fixes

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The KDE Project released today KDE Gear 21.04.2 as the second point release to the latest KDE Gear 21.04 open-source software suite series.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 08:44:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Retrieve Latest Mirror List Using Reflector In Arch Linux

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This tutorial explains what is Reflector and how to retrieve latest mirror list in Arch Linux using Reflector.

[#] Fri Jun 11 2021 09:45:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LibreOffice 7.1.4 Office Suite Released with Improved MS Office Compatibility, 79 Bug Fixes

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The Document Foundation released today LibreOffice 7.1.4 as the fourth maintenance update to the latest and greatest LibreOffice 7.1 open-source, free, and cross-platform office suite series.

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