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[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 05:50:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Oracle BPM

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Oracle Business Process Management, a member of the Oracle Business Process Management Suite, is a complete set of tools for creating, executing, and optimizing business processes.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 07:06:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Experience Ubuntu Unity 22.04 LTS With These New Features

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A list of new features and packages in Ubuntu Unity 22.04 LTS that brings the curated Unity desktop.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 08:26:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 3 things to know about Drupal in 2022

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A broad range of enterprises, including nonprofits, media and publishing, government agencies, education, and more, rely heavily on Drupal. But while Drupal is widely recognized as one of the most robust and flexible content management systems (CMS), it also has a reputation for being difficult to work with.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 09:43:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix 22.04 LTS Released with Cinnamon 5.2 Desktop Environment

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Joshua Peisach announced today the release of Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix 22.04 LTS as the latest version for this unofficial Ubuntu flavor featuring the Cinnamon desktop environment developed by the Linux Mint project.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 11:51:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS – Simple Steps

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Ubuntu 22.04 is officially released on 22 April 2022 and available on all cloud platforms also. Here you are going to upgrade your system or server from Ubuntu 20.04 to Ubuntu 22.04. If you are running Ubuntu 18.04, you need to first upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04 and then finally upgrade to 22.04 LTS.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 13:57:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to 22.04 LTS: A Step-by-Step Guide

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Long waited Ubuntu 22.04 LTS ‘Jammy Jellyfish’ was released recently. This guide shows you how to easily and safely upgrade the existing version of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ‘Focal Fossa’ to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS ‘Jammy Jellyfish.’

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 16:17:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Glances System Monitor on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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The following tutorial will demonstrate how to install or enable and configure Glances System Monitor on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish Desktop or Server using the command line terminal.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 18:22:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Integrate Collabora Online with Nextcloud on Ubuntu 20.04

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Collabora Online is a powerful online office based on LibreOffice software. It is a great open-source solution for enterprises that are looking for a robust office suite in the cloud.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 20:44:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to delete your Venmo account

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Payment app Venmo has made it easier to split bills and pay for things without cash. But if you’ve decided to use other ways to do that, you’ll want to delete your account along with your bank information with it. You’ll first have to transfer any funds in your Venmo account to your bank account. Another option: return the funds to sender. If you have any pending transactions, you’ll need to address them before you can close your account.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 22:20:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use ksnip to Capture and Annotate Screenshots on Linux

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Unlike other screenshot tools, ksnip lets you annotate and edit your screenshots post-capture. Here's how to install and use it on Linux.

[#] Sat Apr 23 2022 23:56:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install a ls command that shows file icons

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There are several alternatives to the ls command, some of them you can find in this article. And today we are going to get to know a new alternative that is written in Golang and its differential in relation to GNU Coreutils ls is that in addition to listing the files, it also displays the icons according to the mime-type .

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 02:04:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenBSD 7.1 is out, including Apple M1 support

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26 years and only two external exploits is not to be (packet) sniffed at. The OpenBSD Project has released version 7.1 of its eponymous OS for 13 different computer architectures, including Apple's M1 Macs.…

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 04:23:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to delete your Amazon account

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Amazon has had its fair share of controversies, particularly about data collection and how the retail giant treats its workers. If you’ve decided that easy access and quick deliveries aren’t worth the price anymore, here’s how to delete your Amazon account: Go to Make sure to read which Amazon services you won’t have access […]

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 06:26:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Firefox as Classic DEB App on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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A decision by Canonical to provide Firefox preinstalled only as a Snap package in Ubuntu 22.04 has caused controversy among Linux users. This guide will show you how to remove Firefox’s Snap and install Firefox as a regular application from a DEB file in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS.

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 08:35:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use Google Drive on Linux

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Google Drive is the most popular cloud storage service, offering 15GB of free cloud storage. However, despite being such a popular cloud storage service, there is no official Google Drive client for Linux. There were even rumours that Google was planning to release an official Google Drive client for Linux, but nothing came to fruition.

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 10:58:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Keep your Exif metadata private with this open source tool

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Keep your Exif metadata private with this open source tool. These days, nearly everyone has a digital camera. Cameras are an integral part of smartphones and laptops. If you're interacting with consumer electronics, you probably have a digital camera available.

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 13:04:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New 64MP autofocus cam for Raspberry Pi and CM4

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Last year, LinuxGizmos made an article about a 16MP Autofocus Camera module for Raspberry pi produced by Arducam. The Pi Hawk-eye is the latest 64 megapixel camera with autofocus from Arducam. As its predecessor, the new camera module is compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 and CM4. According to Arducam, the Hawk-eye is capable of capturing […]

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 15:10:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: XeroLinux: A Beautiful Arch-Based Linux Distribution for Beginners

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If you don't like the idea of setting up an Arch-based desktop by yourself, check out XeroLinux, a beautiful, easy-to-install variant of Arch Linux.

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 17:32:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fixed bash: netstat: command not found

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Most linux distributions have netstat pre-installed. This article will solely address the error that occurs when netstat is not installed. netstat was not pre-installed on the majority of the Docker containers I used.

[#] Sun Apr 24 2022 19:36:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Less Popular Features that Make Ubuntu 22.04 LTS an Epic Release

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A list of minor highlighted features of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS that makes it one of the best LTS release so far.

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