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[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 10:15:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: RHEL 8.5 delivers key container improvements

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RHEL 8.5, the newest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), is out. As Joe Brockmeier, Red Hat Blogs' Editorial Director, said, "Whether you're deploying RHEL on-prem, in the public cloud, at the edge -- or all of the above -- RHEL 8.5 has improvements that users will be eager to dig into." He's not wrong.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 11:32:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft engineer fixes enterprise-level Chromium bug students could exploit to cheat in online tests

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Future Chromium-based browsers under administrative control will be able to prevent users from viewing webpage source code for specific URLs, a capability that remained unavailable to enterprise customers for the past three years until a bug fix landed earlier this week.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 12:49:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 35 Workstation Review - A World-Class Desktop with A Few Glitches

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Fedora 35 released a while back. And we feel this is the right time to have a quick review of the Fedora 35 Workstation edition.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 14:05:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Chromium Browser on Fedora 35

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In the following guide, you will know how to install Chromium Web Browser on your Fedora 35 Workstation desktop.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 15:06:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Why now is a great time to consider a career in open source hardware

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It has become commonplace in the software industry for programmers of all flavors to build careers writing code that releases to the commons with open source licenses. Industry headhunters often demand access to the code to vet future employees. Those that focus their career on open source development get rewarded. According to, Linux sysadmins earn more than their Windows counterparts, indicating better pay and job security for jobs in open source software. There[he]#039[/he]s also a good feeling (maybe even karma) that comes with sharing your work.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 16:23:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Give Your GNOME Desktop The Wow Factor | Nord Color Pallete

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Hi everyone. In this video I am going to show you how to customize GNOME desktop with nord Color Pallete. This setup using Arch Linux with GNOME Desktop Environment 40. You can apply this setup on most popular Linux Distributions with GNOME Shell 40/41 as default desktop such as Manjaro GNOME Edition,Fedora Workstations, Ubuntu, Debian GNOME Edition, Solus GNOME Edition, Pop!_OS, OpenSUSE GNOME Edition.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 17:40:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Frameworks 5.88 Arrives to Make the Plasma Desktop Faster and More Enjoyable

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The KDE Project announced today the release and general availability of KDE Frameworks 5.88 as the monthly update to this open-source software suite for October 2021.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 18:56:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Abcbot — A New Evolving Wormable Botnet Malware Targeting Linux

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Researchers from Qihoo 360's Netlab security team have released details of a new evolving botnet called "Abcbot" that has been observed in the wild with worm-like propagation features to infect Linux systems and launch distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against targets.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 20:12:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: Valve adds documentation for Steam Deck development, suggests Manjaro Linux for now

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With the Steam Deck delayed until February 2022, Valve has produced new developer documentation giving a helping hand to devs interested in testing ready for it using Linux. They're not quite ready to put out SteamOS 3 Linux just yet (which is what the Steam Deck uses), or even an official developer image to install but "soon" something should be available in that way. Until then, they've come up with a way for developers to test everything on Linux a little easier.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 21:28:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Millions of Routers, IoT Devices at Risk from New Open-Source Malware

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Newly surfaced malware that is difficult to detect and written in Google’s open-source programming language has the potential to exploit millions of routers and IoT devices, researchers have found.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 22:45:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: First Enablement Patches For Intel’s 13th Gen Raptor Lake Hybrid CPUs Headed To Linux

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The source reports that the first enablement patches for Intel's next-gen Raptor Lake CPU family will begin to roll out in the coming weeks. The first patch that rolled out yesterday only adds the Raptor Lake ID (ID 183) to the Linux OS and while it is not that exciting, more patches are going to roll out in the coming weeks.

[#] Sat Nov 13 2021 23:46:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure Nginx Web Server

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Nginx is the most popular web server due to its performance and ease of use. This guide will help you install Nginx on various Linux distros and you’ll learn about important Nginx configuration files and directories.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 07:57:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple GarageBand

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GarageBand is a fully equipped music creation studio inside your Mac — with a complete sound library that includes instruments, presets for guitar and voice, and an incredible selection of session drummers and percussionists. Unfortunately the program is proprietary and not available for Linux. What are the best free and open source alternatives?

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 09:14:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: PeaZip 8.3 Open-Source Archive Manager Brings Better Xfce Integration, New Linux Features

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PeaZip 8.3 open-source and cross-platform archive manager is now available to download for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms with various new features and improvements for Linux users.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 13:04:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Plays Matchmaker: Microsoft Store Now Offers Firefox for Windows 10 and 11

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A dozen years ago, the notion of Microsoft doing anything to make it easier for Windows users to find and install open source software would’ve been unthinkable.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 19:58:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds Announces First Linux 5.16 Kernel Release Candidate

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The two-week merge window for Linux kernel 5.16, the next major Linux kernel release, closes today, and, as expected, it ends with the availability for public testing of the first Release Candidate.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 21:14:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 14th, 2021

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The fifty-nine installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on November 14th, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 22:30:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Torvalds releases Linux 5.16 rc1, with performance-enhancing memory tech

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Linus Torvalds has loosed the first release candidate for version 5.16 of the Linux kernel. In his Sunday afternoon State of the Kernel announcement, Torvalds indicated the merge window for the new release did not include any "uhhuh, things aren't working and now I need to bisect where they broke" moments. Work therefore proceeded swiftly, so much so that not even travelling for a few days and using a laptop (which Torvalds wrote is "usually fairly painful") delayed progress.

[#] Sun Nov 14 2021 23:47:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Build an E-Paper To-Do List with Raspberry Pi

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I’ve often struggled with procrastination, and to-do applications have been lifesaving. I sometimes find myself needing a reminder to just focus on getting the most important task done before working on anything else.

[#] Mon Nov 15 2021 01:49:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: A Firefox mobile product manager on her favorite corners of the internet

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Here at Mozilla, we are the first to admit the internet isn’t perfect, but we are also quick to point out that the internet is pretty darn magical. The internet opens up doors and opportunities, allows for people to connect with others, and lets everyone find where they belong — their corners of the internet. We all have an internet story worth sharing. In My Corner Of The Internet, we talk with people about the online spaces they can’t get enough of, what we should save in Pocket to read later, and what sites and forums shaped them.

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