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[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 12:14:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is GitOps? This is the technical introduction you've been looking for

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If you need to get your head around the concept of configuration-as-code, start here. Systems Approach It’s not hard to form the impression that building and deploying cloud native systems is rapidly becoming a solved problem, with GitOps providing the roadmap.…

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 13:30:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The State of Vulnerability Management and Patching in The Enterprise Environmenthegt/he

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The Linux vulnerability landscape is becoming increasingly complex, in part due to a seemingly never-ending number of new vulnerabilities that are constantly surfacing.

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 14:46:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Find and Kill Running Processes in Linux

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Process management is one of the important aspects of System Administration in Linux, and it includes killing of processes using the kill command.

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 16:02:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Excellent Utilities: tldr – simplified and community-driven man pages

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Tl;dr or tldr stands for “too long; didn’t read.” While this internet acronym can criticize a piece of writing as overly long, it can sometimes be used in a constructive way. The tldr project is such an example. The tldr project is a collection of community-maintained help pages for command-line tools that aims to be a simpler, more approachable complement to traditional man pages.

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 17:07:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Setup GeoIP Block using Apache

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Setup GeoIP based blocking using Apache on Ubuntu or Debian. The GeoIP module allows the admin to block or redirect traffic based on location. In this guide you are going to learn how to install GeoIP module and configure it t block specific countries.

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 18:24:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Getting Started with Podman on Fedora

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Podman is a daemonless container engine for developing, managing, and running OCI Containers on your Linux System. In this article, we will introduce podman and how to use it with a small application build using nodejs. The app will be very simple and clean. Install Podman Podman command is the same as docker just type […]

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 19:40:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How different programming languages read and write data

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In his article How different programming languages do the same thing, Jim Hall demonstrates how 13 different languages accomplish the same exact task with different syntax. The lesson is that programming languages tend to have many similarities, and once you know one programming language, you can learn another by figuring its syntax and more

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 20:57:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Huh, it's as if something happened that made people not like CentOS so much

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Ubuntu snatches top spot in 2020 OpenStack User SurveyCanonical is cock-a-hoop after Ubuntu snatched first place for OpenStack deployment from the CentOS Linux distribution – but according to some the victory might ring hollow.…

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 22:14:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Rust tools worth trying on the Linux command line

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Linux inherited a lot from Unix, which has been around for a half-century. This means most of the tools you use in your Linux terminal probably either have a very long history or were written to emulate those historical commands. It's a point of pride in the POSIX world that tools don't need constant reinvention. In fact, there's a subset of Linux users today who could run a version of Linux from before they were born without having to learn anything new. It's tried, true, and more

[#] Wed Jul 14 2021 23:30:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-18 Officially Released with Performance Improvements, Bug Fixes

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UBports announced today the release and general availability of the Ubuntu Touch OTA-18 software update for Ubuntu Phone and Linux-powered devices.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 00:48:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Happy 4.20: Latest version of Tails bakes connection wizard into top-secret Linux distro

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Privacy-focused operating system now more flexible in how you get online. Privacy and security-focused Linux distribution Tails, The Amnesic Incognito Live System, has announced a major new release completely overhauling how it connects users to the Tor network.…

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 01:49:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install And Configure Ansible In Linux

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This step by step guide walks you through the steps to install and configure Ansible in Linux.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 03:05:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install minio S3 Compatible Object Storage on Ubuntu 20.04

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Minio is an Amazon s3 compatible high-performance object storage service. It is an open-source application released under Apache License v2.0 that supports unstructured data such as images, videos, backup, etc.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 04:21:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Steam Client on Linux Has Been Updated, Here’s What’s new

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Valve continue to polish the Steam client and a new version has been released. On the Linux side, there are several changes and fixes. Here’s what’s new.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 05:38:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Rust Programming Language on Ubuntu 20.04

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Rust is an open-source and nowadays very popular programming language developed by Graydon Hoare. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install the Rust programming language on Ubuntu 20.04.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 06:55:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Modules and devkit showcase Qualcomm's new IoT SoCs

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Thundercomm’s tiny “TurboX CM2290 and C2290 SOMs” run Android or Linux on Qualcomm’s quad -A53 QCS2290 and 4G-equipped QCM2290 IoT SoCs and offer WiFi/BT, HD-ready MIPI-DSI and -CSI, and an optional dev kit. Thundercomm, the Qualcomm OEM partner responsible for products such as the Qualcomm QRB5165 based Qualcomm Robotics RB5 Platform has announced the LGA […]

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 08:11:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 tips for Linux process performance improvement with priority and affinity

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A quick look at how to pull more performance out of your system.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 09:27:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Japan at a crossroads: How open organization principles aided the country&#039;s economic resurgence

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At the start of the millennium, Japan was at an economic crossroads. Japanese firms urgently needed to rethink their business strategies and approaches in order to adapt to changing geopolitical and market conditions. In The Business Reinvention of Japan, author Ulrike Schaede describes how Japan succeeded in doing more

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 10:28:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to modify an existing systemd unit file

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In this guide, we'll show how to modify an existing systemd units in Linux.

[#] Thu Jul 15 2021 11:45:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install OwnCloud to Create Own Cloud Storage in Linux

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Cloud storage stands for a virtualized pool of network storage most commonly hosted by third parties. Cloud storage is a network-based service that physically does not exist but remains somewhere in the cloud. To be more clear, cloud storage means sharing data over a network, rather than having local servers or personal devices.

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