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[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 04:54:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 1.5 Is One of the First Distros to Support Linux Kernel 5.13, Ships with KDE Plasma 5.22

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Uri Herrera announced today the general availability of Nitrux 1.5 as the latest and greatest release of this Debian-based and KDE Plasma-oriented GNU/Linux distribution for the masses.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 06:40:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pop!_OS 21.04 Released with New GNOME-based COSMIC Desktop

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Pop!_OS 21.04 brings a new, simple, and speedy desktop experience. It is based on Ubuntu 21.04 but headlined by their new and improved COSMIC Desktop environment.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 08:42:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Parse JSON configuration files with Groovy

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Applications typically include some type of default or "out-of-the-box" state or configuration, as well as some way for users to customize that configuration for their more

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 10:29:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Configuring VNC Server Access on a Redhat Linux

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Most of the time as a Linux system administrator you are managing your servers over the network. It is very rare that you will need to have a physical access to any of your managed servers. In most cases all you need is to SSH remotely to do your administration tasks. In this article we will configure a GUI alternative to a remote access to your RHEL server, which is VNC. VNC allows you to open a remote GUI session to your server and thus providing you with a full graphical interface accessible from any remote location.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 12:17:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Who's Winning in the Container Software Market

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Thanks to its container customer training, the $1 billion container software market is Red Hat’s to lose. Where do the other players stand?

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 13:56:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Try Linux on any operating system with VirtualBox

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VirtualBox makes it easy for anyone to try Linux. You don't even need experience with the command line to set up a simple virtual machine to tinker with Linux. I'm kind of a power user when it comes to virtual machines, but this article will show even novices how to virtualize a Linux system. In addition, it provides an overview of how to run and install a Linux system for testing purposes with the open source hypervisor more

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 15:43:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pop OS 21.04 Unleashed with COSMIC Desktop. This is What's New.

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System76 announced the immediate release of Pop OS 21.04 with COSMIC Desktop. We wrap up the release highlights and provide you the download instructions.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 16:59:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to connect ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors v.6.3 to your Seafile server

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ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors is a free open-source office suite that comprises viewers and editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. In this tutorial, we'll learn how to link the ONLYOFFICE desktop app and your Seafile server.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 18:16:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Should GitHub Be Sued For Training Copilot on GPL Code?

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GitHub Copilot is a new feature underway from GitHub to suggest possible code snippets for programmers while coding. But is it ethical?

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 19:32:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: System76 releases Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS 21.04 with auto-tiling COSMIC desktop

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New take on GNOME designed for productivity. System76 has released Pop!_OS 21.04, based on Ubuntu 21.04 but with a distinctive desktop called COSMIC.…

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 20:48:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Major Linux RPM problem uncovered

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Red Hat has used RPM for software package distribution for decades, but we now know RPM contained a nasty hidden security bug since Day One. It[he]#039[/he]s now been unveiled and a repair patch has been submitted.

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 22:05:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tiny i.MX8M Mini SBC serves up mini-PCIe with PoE-enabled GbE

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Gateworks’ 100 x 35mm “Venice GW7100” SBC combines a Linux-driven i.MX8M Mini with up to 4GB LPDDR4 and 64GB MMC plus GbE with PoE, USB Type-C, mini-PCIe with nano-SIM, -40 to 85°C support, and optional GPS. Gateworks has announced the smallest member of its family of i.MX8M based Venice SBCs, following the 105 x 100mm […]

[#] Thu Jul 01 2021 23:21:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Configure GlassFish Cluster with Automatic Load Balancing

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GlassFish is an open-source implementation of the Java platform. It supports several technologies including, EJB, JPA, JSF, JMS, RMI, JSP, servlets and allows developers to create portable and scalable applications. It allows you to monitor all instances in a cluster from a single host. It is designed for failover, scalability, and load balancing.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 00:37:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I build my personal website using containers with a Makefile

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The make utility and its related Makefile have been used to build software for a long time. The Makefile defines a set of commands to run, and the make utility runs them. It is similar to a Dockerfile or Containerfile—a set of commands used to build container images.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 01:53:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is DHCP and how to configure DHCP server in Linux

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DHCP is a networking protocol used to assign IP addresses to networked devices. In this guide, we'll introduce you to the protocol and explain how it works. You'll also see how to implement a DHCP server on Linux systems, and configure it for your own network.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 03:10:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Deepin 20 – A Beautifully Crafted Linux Distribution

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Deepin OS is a revolutionary distribution. OK. I’ll stop right there; maybe that was giving a little too much credit. But I’ve got to be honest with you, nothing quite easily blows me away when it comes to Linux distributions as of late.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 04:15:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade to Pop OS 21.04 from 20.10 Step by Step

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In this post, we cover some basic steps required to upgrade to Pop OS 21.04 from Pop OS 20.10.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 05:31:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux Inspired KaOS Linux Jumps in the KDE Plasma 5.22 Bandwagon

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KaOS Linux, a distribution built from scratch and inspired by the famous Arch Linux operating system with a focus on KDE and Qt software, has a new release ready to conquer your computers.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 06:45:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: bpython – A Fancy Python Interpreter for Linux

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Bpython is an open-source terminal-based fancy Python interpreter which offers important features that are not part of the default interpreter.

[#] Fri Jul 02 2021 08:02:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Opto-isolated relay add-on for Raspberry Pi has optional 4.3-inch touchscreen

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Sequent’s $28-and-up “PiRelay 8” add-on for the Raspberry Pi supplies 8x relays with photo-coupling isolation for controlling devices on a load of 250V AC/7A or 30V DC/10A. There is also an optional 4.3-inch HDMI touchscreen. Whereas Sequent Microsystems earlier relay add-ons for the Raspberry Pi — the Raspberry Pi 8-Relay Card and line-switching 4-Relay — […]

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