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[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 06:38:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GitHub Codespaces feels a bit too closed? Gitpod opens up OpenVSCode Server to escape Microsoft control

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'Minimal' tweaks shared for all to see. Development platform outfit Gitpod has taken the covers off an open-source project aimed at running the latest Visual Studio Code remotely via a browser in the form of OpenVSCode Server.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2021/09/29/gitpod_vsopenserver_codespaces/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 07:55:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Java manually on Linux

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It is easy to use your Linux distribution[he]#039[/he]s package management tool to install the Java software packages. However, sometimes you need to do a manual installation of Java. This is of particular importance to administrators of Java-based application servers such as Tomcat or JBoss. Many open source and proprietary software products rely on these services.

https://opensource.com/article/21/9/install-java-manually-linux

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 09:13:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Manage CentOS Stream with Foreman

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In December 2021, CentOS 8 will reach end of life and be replaced by CentOS Stream. One of the major changes between previous iterations of CentOS and CentOS Stream is the lack of minor versions. Centos Stream has adopted a continuous release cycle. From the beginning of this year, developers in the Foreman community started to see the benefits of earlier bug detection and patching that CentOS Stream offers as a result of the continuous releases. We no longer have to wait for the next release to take advantage of the latest changes and bugfixes.

https://opensource.com/article/21/9/centos-stream-foreman

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 10:44:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I use Ansible and anacron for automation

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Automation is the great IT and DevOps ideal, but in my experience, anything that's not immediately convenient may as well not exist at all. There have been many times when I've come up with a pretty good solution for some task, and I'll even script it, but I stop short of making it literally automated because the infrastructure for easy automation doesn't exist on the machine I'm working on.read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/9/ansible-anacron-automation

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 12:01:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Exim 4.95 MTA Comes with a Bunch of Improvements

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Exim is one of the most used email server software, developed at the University of Cambridge. The latest version of this popular mail transfer agent, Exim 4.95, ships with TLS resumption support included in default builds.

https://linuxiac.com/exim-4-95-mta/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 13:17:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Drupal with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Debian 11

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Drupal is a free and open-source content management system based on the LAMP stack. In this post, we will show you how to install Drupal with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Debian 11.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-drupal-with-apache-and-lets-encrypt-ssl-on-debian-11/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 14:33:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MERN Stack for JS Based Applications on Ubuntu 20.04

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MERN stack is a combination of MongoDB, Express, React, Node. All of them are based on Javascript and the stack is used to build modern web applications. It is comprising the front-end (React), back-end (Node and Express), and database components (MongoDB).

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/how-to-install-mern-stack-for-js-based-applications-on-ubuntu-20-04/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 15:49:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 8 Useful and Interesting Bash Prompts

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This article shows you a number of useful and interesting Bash prompts with examples as well as some further instruction on working with them.

https://www.maketecheasier.com/8-useful-and-interesting-bash-prompts/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 17:06:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Using Ansible with REST APIs

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Ansible is a top open source project which, on the surface, looks to provide a simple way to standardize your existing automation and allow it to run in parallel across multiple hosts, and it does this very successfully. Yet, in reality, Ansible has the capabilities to extend what your existing automation does to incorporate other systems and really simplify tasks across all aspects of your daily routine.read more

https://opensource.com/article/21/9/ansible-rest-apis

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 18:07:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create Linux OS Templates with KVM on Ubuntu 20.04

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KVM refers to the Kernel-based Virtual Machine which helps to run multiple Linux or window-based isolated guests along with their own OS and virtual dedicated hardware. This tutorial shows you how to create a VM template from the existing VM on KVM.

https://vitux.com/how-to-create-linux-os-templates-with-kvm-on-ubuntu/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 19:23:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Cockpit on Rocky Linux 8

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Cockpit is a server management dashboard that provides real-time information on the state of your machine. In this guide, we will show you how to install the Cockpit Web Console on a Rocky Linux 8 system.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-cockpit-on-rocky-linux-8/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 20:39:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Zsh Shell in Ubuntu and Other Linux

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Oh my Zsh! Give your Linux Terminal a makeover using this guide. Here, we explain how to install, use and configure several themes in Zsh.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2021/10/install-use-zsh/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 21:55:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What Does chmod 777 Mean?

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In this tutorial, we’ll cover what chmod 777 means and what the command does. We will also quickly go over some of the basics you must understand before learning about the chmod 777 command.

https://bytexd.com/what-does-chmod-777-mean/

[#] Thu Sep 30 2021 23:12:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 1.6.1 Is Here as One of the First Distros to Ship with Linux 5.14 as Default Kernel

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Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 1.6.1 as a monthly update of this Debian-based and systemd-free GNU/Linux distribution for the masses.

https://9to5linux.com/nitrux-1-6-1-is-here-as-one-of-the-first-distros-to-ship-with-linux-5-14-as-default-kernel

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 00:28:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Pick a Linux Distribution

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I have suffered from distrohopping. Now that I have settled for the last two years, here are some tips to save your time.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/how-pick-linux-distribution

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 01:44:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Find All Sudo Users In Linux

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This brief tutorial describes how to find all sudo users or super users (the users who have sudo access) in Linux and Unix-like systems.

https://ostechnix.com/find-sudo-users-linux-system/

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 03:00:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A tale of two toolchains and glibc

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Over the past few years, the LLVM toolchain has seen increasing development and adoption alongside the older, more established GNU toolchain. The emergence of this new two major toolchain world is bringing challenges and questions for projects that need to support both, in particular the GNU C library (glibc), which only supports GCC.Is it worth it to fix glibc (and other projects which support only GCC) to build with LLVM? Is it better to just replace them with alternatives already supporting LLVM? Is it best to use both GCC and LLVM, each for their respective supported projects?

https://www.collabora.com/news-and-blog/blog/2021/09/30/a-tale-of-two-toolchains-and-glibc/

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 04:02:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Attempt to test Web Cockpit Console on Fedora 35 Beta Server (VENV)

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First - Fedora 35 Beta Server deployed as L1 KVM Guest on F34 Bare metal Server . Nested virtualization enabled via virsh console on F34 Server. Complete KVM && Cockpit install performed on L1 F35 Server Guest per https://computingforgeeks.com/how-to-install-kvm-on-fedora/

https://dbaxps.blogspot.com/2021/09/attempt-to-test-web-cockpit-console-on.html

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 05:20:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mixxx 2.3.1 Free DJ Software Adds Support for New Controllers, Improves HiDPI Support

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Daniel Schürmann released today Mixxx 2.3.1 as the first bugfix and minor improvement update to the major Mixxx 2.3 series released at the end of June 2021.

https://9to5linux.com/mixxx-2-3-1-free-dj-software-adds-support-for-new-controllers-improves-hidpi-support

[#] Fri Oct 01 2021 06:36:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I monitor my web server with the ELK Stack

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In a previous article, I introduced Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (the ELK Stack) and the various components that make up this monitoring system. In this article, I'll look at how I use the ELK Stack to monitor my Nginx web server. This requires approximately 16GB of memory to operate.

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/web-server-monitor-ELK

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