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[#] Sat Nov 06 2021 18:25:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Cracker Hackers Having a Field Day With GitLab Vulnerability

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The exploit, patched since April, only affects customers running on-premises versions of GitLab and doesn’t affect GitLab.com.

https://fossforce.com/2021/11/cracker-hackers-having-a-field-day-with-gitlab-vulnerability/

[#] Sat Nov 06 2021 21:43:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Toolbx, a developers new best friend!

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Toolbx (formerly known as Toolbox) is our tool to allow you to use containers as a tool to make development simpler and better. It allows you to put each project you work on into a separate container and have a different set of tools and libraries installed for it. It even allows you to work on a different operating system, like RHEL, on top of Fedora. To learn a little about both the history and the future for this project we will interview Debarshi Ray who created Toolbx.

https://fedoramagazine.org/toolbx-a-developers-new-best-friend/

[#] Sat Nov 06 2021 23:01:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 10 Best Debian-Based Linux Distributions

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The standard Debian and its popular offshoot Ubuntu are great, all-around choices for a Linux system, but if you have more specialized needs, you might want a Debian alternative. Here's a list of the best Debian-based distributions that offer robust features and a stable environment to Linux users.

https://www.makeuseof.com/best-debian-based-linux-distros/

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 05:38:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: 10 eureka moments of coding in the community

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If you've written code, you know it takes practice to get good at it. Whether it takes months or years, there's inevitably a moment of epiphany. We wanted to hear about that time, so we asked our community to share about that time they sat down and wrote code that truly made them proud.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/community-code-stories

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 10:48:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: System76 Reportedly Developing Their Own Rust-Written Desktop, Not Based On GNOME

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System76's Pop!_OS Linux distribution already has their own "COSMIC" desktop that is based on GNOME, but moving ahead they are working on their own Rust-written desktop that is not based on GNOME or any existing desktop environment.

https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Pop-OS-New-Rust-Desktop

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 13:51:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: Again Virtual, CloudStack Collaboration Conference Opens Monday 11/8

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The online event is free-to-attend, although those living on the West Coast might find the start time to be a little early.

https://fossforce.com/2021/11/again-virtual-cloudstack-collaboration-conference-opens-monday-11-8/

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 21:00:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 7th, 2021

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The fifty-eight installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on November 7th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

https://9to5linux.com/9to5linux-weekly-roundup-november-7th-2021

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 22:16:27 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu

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Chrome is fast, intuitive, and secure browser built for the modern web. But because it’s not an open source browser, it’s pretty much never included by default on any Linux distro. In this tutorial, we will cover how to install the Google Chrome web browser on Ubuntu in a few easy to follow steps.

https://linuxiac.com/install-google-chrome-on-ubuntu/

[#] Sun Nov 07 2021 23:32:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Live Debugging Techniques for the Linux Kernel, Part 1 of 3

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When investigating Linux kernel bugs, or developing new kernel features, it is often incredibly valuable to be able to examine the state of the system as it is running, rather than to use log messages and other bits of information gathered "after the fact." In this three-part series of blog posts, I will attempt to detail many of the various methods that I have used to debug running kernels.

https://blogs.oracle.com/linux/post/live-kernel-debugging-1

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 00:33:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Live Debugging Techniques for the Linux Kernel, Part 2 of 3

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In the first part of this three part blog series, I explained how to set up an Oracle Linux virtual machine where you can experiment with the debugging techniques that will be discussed in the blog series. This post will cover "basic" debugging techniques which utilize gdb, and the final post will discuss some more advanced techniques which use tools specifically designed for kernel debugging.

https://blogs.oracle.com/linux/post/live-kernel-debugging-2

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 02:21:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Speed Up DNF Package Manager In Fedora, RHEL, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux

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This guide explains how to increase package download speed using DNF package manager in Fedora, RHEL and other RPM-based systems.

https://ostechnix.com/how-to-speed-up-dnf-package-manager-in-fedora/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 03:38:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: Is System76 Going to Drop Gnome for a Home Brewed, Scratch Made Desktop?

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System76’s CEO told FOSS Force that the company is in the early stages of putting a desktop project together, and cited 2023 as a potential release date.

https://fossforce.com/2021/11/is-system76-going-to-drop-gnome-for-a-home-brewed-scratch-made-desktop/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 05:56:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: How I build command-line apps in JavaScript

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JavaScript is a language developed for the web, but its usefulness has gone far beyond just the Internet. Thanks to projects like Node.js and Electron, JavaScript is as much a general-purpose scripting language as a browser component. There are JavaScript libraries specially designed to build command-line interfaces. Yes, you can run JavaScript in your terminal.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/javascript-command-line-apps

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 07:13:05 EST from rss <>

Subject: Write your first CI/CD pipeline in Kubernetes with Tekton

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Tekton is a Kubernetes-native open source framework for creating continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) systems. It also helps to do end-to-end (build, test, deploy) application development across multiple cloud providers or on-premises systems by abstracting away the underlying implementation details.

https://opensource.com/article/21/11/cicd-pipeline-kubernetes-tekton

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 08:31:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Premiere Pro

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Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application developed by Adobe Inc. The software is published as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud licensing program. What are our recommended open source alternatives?

https://www.linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-alternatives-adobe-premiere-pro/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 11:19:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Official Raspberry Pi OS Is Now Based on Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye”

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The official Raspberry Pi OS (formerly Raspbian) has been updated and it’s now based on the Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system series.

https://9to5linux.com/official-raspberry-pi-os-is-now-based-on-debian-gnu-linux-11-bullseye

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 12:35:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install OpenEMR Medical Office Workflow Software on Ubuntu 20.04

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OpenEMR is a Medical Office Workflow Software that is available as open-source software for Linux. In this guide, we will walk you through the process of installing OpenEMR on an Ubuntu Server 20.04.

https://vitux.com/how-to-install-openemr-on-ubuntu-20-04/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 13:51:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Add, Delete And Grant Sudo Privileges To Users In Fedora 35

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This guide explains how to add, delete and grant sudo privileges to users in Fedora 35 desktop and server editions.

https://ostechnix.com/add-delete-and-grant-sudo-privileges-to-users-in-fedora/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 14:52:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install the Etherpad Collaborative Web Editor on Rocky Linux 8

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Etherpad is an open-source online editor providing collaborative editing in real-time in the browser. In this tutorial, we will install Etherpad on a Rocky Linux 8 server, using the MariaDB database to store our data. We will also use Nginx as a reverse proxy for the application and install an SSL certificate using Let's Encrypt to enable HTTPS connections to our Etherpad instance.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-the-etherpad-collaborative-web-editor-on-rocky-linux-8/

[#] Mon Nov 08 2021 16:08:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: 8 Firefox pro tips and tricks for Android and iOS (plus a few more)

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With something like 15 billion mobile phones in the world, our collective thumbs are getting a workout from swiping and tapping tiny screens all day. Check out some of our favorite pro tips and tricks for getting the most out of Firefox on your phone and tablet that might also give your thumbs and your brain a break.

https://blog.mozilla.org/en/products/firefox/firefox-tips-android-ios/

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