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[#] Thu Jan 13 2022 22:58:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn Rust in 2022

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If you're going to explore Rust this year, download our free Rust cheat sheet, so you have a quick reference for the basics.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 00:15:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Open source maintainer threatens to throw in the towel if companies won't ante up

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Yet another developer of open source software has tired of companies utilizing the code he helps maintain without giving anything back to support the project. On Tuesday, Christofer Dutz, creator of Apache PLC4X, said he will stop providing community support for the software if corporate users fail to step up and open their wallets.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 01:31:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: When open-source developers go bad

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JavaScript developer Marak Squires wasn't happy about not making money from his open-source libraries, so he deliberately corrupted them, leaving programmers and end-users with dead-in-the-water programs.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 02:48:06 EST from rss <>

Subject: Litmus Chaos Engineering Open Source Project Advances in CNCF

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The Litmus chaos engineering project reaches a new level of maturity in the Cloud Native Computing Foundation as usage and features grow.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 04:04:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to troubleshoot DHCP communication problems on your network

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Use Nmap, tcpdump, and Wireshark to discover why your enterprise switch and clients aren't communicating IP configurations correctly.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 05:22:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: NetworkManager 1.34 Arrives with Better WireGuard Support, Many Improvements

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NetworkManager, the popular network connection manager used by most of today’s modern GNU/Linux distributions, has been updated today to version 1.34, the newest stable series bringing new features and enhancements.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 06:24:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: EVerest: The open source software stack for EV charging infrastructure

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Electric vehicles desperately need standards for their charging infrastructure. The new Linux Foundation project, EVerest, aims to fill this need.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 07:40:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Python 3.11 on Fedora 35

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For users and especially developers wanting to try out Python’s latest release, you will know how to install Python 3.11 in the following tutorial on Fedora 35.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 08:41:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: Understanding Bluetooth Technology for Linux

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Linux has been around in various forms for about 30 years, and the kernel is the basis of other operating systems such as Android and Chrome OS. Supercomputers use it at one end of the computing spectrum and in embedded devices at the other. Linux is used on laptops, desktop computers, and servers in between these extremes.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 08:56:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google says open source software should be more secure

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In conjunction with a White House meeting on Thursday at which technology companies discussed the security of open source software, Google proposed three initiatives to strengthen national cybersecurity.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 09:59:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Making the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) even better with Windows Hello

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For developers, in particular, one of the biggest advantages of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is that it runs on Windows. Cross-platform development has never been easier than running an actual Linux machine inside Windows 10 or Windows 11 with all the tools it opens up.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 11:00:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: First Look at Some of the GTK4 Apps in GNOME 42

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You’re probably wondering by now how GTK4 apps will look like in the upcoming GNOME 42 desktop environment, so in this article I want to show you a few examples that already landed during the alpha version.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 12:04:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MariaDB 10.7 on Fedora 35

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install MariaDB 10.7 on Fedora 35 Workstation or Server.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 13:08:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: Humble subscription service is dumping Mac, Linux access in 18 days

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Humble, the bundle-centric games retailer that launched with expansive Mac and Linux support in 2010, will soon shift a major component of its business to Windows-only gaming.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 14:13:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Installing Arch Linux Using archinstall Automated Script Complete Guide

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In this guide, we explain the super easy way of installing Arch Linux using automated script archinstall. Intended for beginner to advanced users.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 15:17:05 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fish Discover How To Drive Raspberry Pi Powered Tank

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There's an amusing joke about some fish in a tank, idly wondering how they drive it. Build them an FOV (fish-operated vehicle), however, and it seems they do more than idly wonder - they actually drive the thing to actively seek out food. At least, that’s the conclusion of a paper in the February edition of Behavioural Brain Research, available on Science Direct and reported on the Raspberry Pi blog. Why that blog? Well, the computational brains behind the FOV is a Raspberry Pi 3B+.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 16:05:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: openSUSE Leap 15.2 Reached End-of-Life

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As of January 4, 2022, openSUSE Leap 15.2 will no longer receive security and maintenance updates as the version is now EOL (End-ofLife).

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 17:08:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: tickrs - terminal realtime ticker data

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tickrs is a stock ticker that is written in Rust. It’s published under an open source license.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 18:13:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Node.js and NPM on Debian 11

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Node.js is an open-source and cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine.

[#] Fri Jan 14 2022 19:02:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: yt-dlp vs youtube-dl

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It’s well known that videos are not nearly as easy to save from a website as things like images or text. Although web browsers do not feature a default way to save videos directly to our hard drive, open source projects like yt-dlp and youtube-dl fill this gap quite nicely.

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