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[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 11:37:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux 5.15 kernel released with new NTFS driver: next LTS or will 5.16 sneak in?

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Also SMB3 server in the kernel, and new DAMON memory monitor. Linus Torvalds released version 5.15 of the Linux kernel yesterday with a new NTFS driver, an SMB3 server and an advanced memory monitor among the features. 5.15 is likely to be an LTS release unless 5.16 squeezes in before year end.…

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 12:38:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Xfce’s Apps Update for October 2021: New Releases of Ristretto, Xfce Terminal, Whisker Menu, Xfdashboard

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The October 2021 issue of my exclusive “Xfce’s Apps Update” roundup is out now and it’s packed with awesome news about some of your favorite Xfce applications, plugins, and tools.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 13:39:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to take a Backup of an Elasticsearch Cluster

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This article will show you how to backup and restore an Elasticsearch cluster on Ubuntu Linux. A shared NFS directory is used as storage for the backup.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 14:40:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Linux Kernel 5.15 on Ubuntu 20.04

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest 5.15 Linux Kernel on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 15:41:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 5.15 Released, Here Are the Top 3 New Features

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Linux Kernel 5.15 is a significant milestone in that it’s also a Long Term Support (LTS) kernel to be maintained for at least the next five years and also is a huge kernel update in general with many new features.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 16:42:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Mono on Debian 11

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Mono is an open-source platform for developing applications and libraries. It has been developed by Novell Inc. since 2002, with a focus on the .NET framework developed by Microsoft. Mono provides a complete CLR (Common Language Runtime) implementation that can run class libraries or components that target Microsoft's original .NET runtime.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 17:28:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use the Linux cowsay command for a colorful holiday greeting

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You may have heard of a small program that takes input, such as a message that you type, and outputs a picture of a cow quoting your message. It is called cowsay. It has been written about before here on So, to have a little fun with it, I thought I'd use it to celebrate Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 18:14:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Chromebook Linux comes of age

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Chromebooks are built on top of Linux, but it wasn't until 2018 that Google integrated the Linux desktop into Chrome OS. Then years went by with Linux only available as a beta on Chromebooks. But, at long, long last with the release of Chrome OS 91, Linux finally become a first-class citizen on Chromebooks.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 18:44:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Setup and Configure UFW Firewall on Ubuntu 20.04

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In the following tutorial, you will learn to install and set up UFW Firewall on either Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa Desktop or Server using the command terminal.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 19:30:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 35 is Here and Shines with the New GNOME 41

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After the release of the Fedora 35 beta at the end of September, Fedora 35 stable release is finally here with some exciting changes and improvements. This release continues the Fedora Project’s emphasis on delivering leading-edge open source technologies and includes updates spanning the Linux kernel to the desktop experience.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 20:17:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Worth the wait: Fedora Linux 35 is here!

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Today, I’m excited to share the results of the hard work of thousands of Fedora Project contributors: our latest release, Fedora Linux 35, is here! While we broke our six-release streak of on-schedule releases, we felt it was more important to resolve a few outstanding blocking bugs. Fedora believes that software has to be usable to be useful, so while we know that a predictable schedule is important, we also ensure that every release meets our criteria, no matter what the calendar says.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 21:03:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux 35 Released with GNOME 41, Fedora Kinoite Flavor, and WirePlumber

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The Fedora Project released today Fedora Linux 35 as the latest version of their general-purpose RPM-based GNU/Linux distribution featuring some of the latest technologies and Open Source software.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 21:33:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install ProcessWire CMS on Ubuntu 20.04

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ProcessWire is a free and open-source content management system (CMS). It’s a PHP-based platform that can be used as a standalone or as a module for other platforms like Drupal and WordPress. This guide explains the process of installing ProcessWire on an Ubuntu 20.04 system.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 22:19:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox brings you a new homepage making it easier to jump back in to the stuff you care about on your mobile devices

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Today, we are rolling out a brand new Firefox homepage on Android and iOS, designed for those on-the-go, short bursts of online interactions that are constantly interrupted by life.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 23:05:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Remains Above 1% on the Steam Hardware Survey

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Yesterday Valve has published its monthly Steam Hardware Survey for October, and aside from showing the usual Nvidia and Intel dominance in GPUs and CPUs usage among Steam users, there weren’t many new takeaways from the latest report except Linux gaming rising to 1.13%.

[#] Tue Nov 02 2021 23:50:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Download any File using cURL on Linux

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Learn how to Install and Download files by using curl on Linux.

[#] Wed Nov 03 2021 00:21:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What's new in Fedora Workstation 35

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Fedora Workstation 35 is the latest release of the Fedora Project’s free desktop operating system. It includes some new features and many tune-ups to the user experience. You can get Fedora Workstation 35 now from the official website, or upgrade your existing install using GNOME Software or through the terminal with dnf system-upgrade.

[#] Wed Nov 03 2021 01:05:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Three Methods on How to Install GIMP on Ubuntu 20.04

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In the following tutorial, you will learn to install the GIMP application on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa using three alternative methods that you can choose from.

[#] Wed Nov 03 2021 02:06:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Netdata on Debian 11

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Netdata is an open-source web-based real-time Linux system performance and health monitoring system. in this tutorial, I will show you how to install Netdata on Debian 11.

[#] Wed Nov 03 2021 03:08:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 35 Released for Desktops and Servers. This is What's New

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Fedora 35 officially released for workstations, servers and spins. This release brings GNOME 41, KDE Plasma 5.23, new flavor and more. In this post we give you the things to look at and download/upgrade instructions.

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