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[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 04:29:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Microsoft Aggression and Deflection (Against Linux)

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Today we wish to take stock of a bunch of misleading, sensationalist coverage about “Linux”; as usual, Microsoft is connected to that, even more directly than one might expect…

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 05:32:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: You Can Now Upgrade Ubuntu 21.10 to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Here’s How

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Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) is out today and Ubuntu 21.10 users will probably want to upgrade their installations, and, for that, here’s a step-by-step tutorial with screenshots.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 06:35:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to upgrade Linux mint LMDE 4 to LMDE 5 via Upgrade tool

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Learn how to use the new MintUprade tool and upgrade your Linux Mint LMDE 4 to LMDE 5

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 07:37:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Free enterprise systems management tool Uyuni releases stable version

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Navigate the SALT-y seas of systems-wrangling with the FOSS basis of SUSE Manager. The Uyuni project has released a new stable version of its eponymous free enterprise systems-management tool that supports SUSE distros as well as Red Hat (and its many relatives), Ubuntu, and Debian.…

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 08:42:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Scrolling Up and Down in the Linux Terminal

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Are you looking for the technique of scrolling through your Linux terminal? Brace yourself. This article is written for you. Today you’ll learn how to scroll up and down in the Linux terminal. So, let’s begin.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 09:47:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fwupd 1.8 Linux Firmware Updating Tool Is Out With Support for New Hardware, More

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Fwupd Linux firmware updating tool has a new major stable release out as of today, version 1.8, which brings numerous new features and improvements, support for new hardware, and other changes.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 10:49:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install LAMP Apache, MySQL, PHP in Ubuntu 22.04

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How to Install LAMP Apache, MySQL, PHP in Ubuntu 22.04. In this guide you will learn how to install Apache2, MySQL and PHP 8.1.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 11:52:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Android Studio on Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS

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The Google-built Android Studio is a perfect match for developing apps on the vast mobile operating system. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest version of Android Studio on Pop!_OS 22.04 LTS.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 13:11:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Creating an AWS RDS Replica for MySql

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Amazon RDS is an easy-to-set up AWS-managed database service. In this guide, we will see how to create a read replica of a MySql RDS database instance.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 14:32:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LF Research: One Year Recap and Imagining the Future

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When I started at The Linux Foundation (LF) a few weeks ago, our research was one of the first things I dug into as I absorbed and learned what all the LF does to advance open source. Plus, since I started, it seems like the LF Research team has published a new report every few days. What a wealth of information! So, imagine my surprise when I learned that LF Research has just been around for one year. April 15th marked their one year birthday – and they have set the bar high in their first year. %ef%bf%bc/

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 15:35:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Portainer for Docker management with Nginx Proxy Manager

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Portainer is an open-source container management solution for Docker, Kubernetes, and Nomad that simplifies starting, creating and running containers in an easy way. It provides a web-based dashboard to manage containers, images, networks, and volumes.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 16:55:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install FileZilla on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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FileZilla is an easy-to-use, free FTP client with cross-platform support. In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest version of FileZilla on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 18:14:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Problems for the Linux kernel NTFS driver as author goes silent

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There are doubts about the future of the new read-write NTFS driver in the Linux kernel, because its author is not maintaining the code, or even answering his email, leaving the code orphaned, says a would-be helper.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 19:18:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Container permission denied: How to diagnose this error

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Learn what is causing a container permissions error and how to work around the issue without resorting to the --privileged flag.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 20:36:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 22.10 Codename & Release date

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Following the release of Ubuntu LTS a few days ago, the next Ubuntu release, Ubuntu 22.10, is now open for development. Kinetic Kudu has been confirmed as the codename for Ubuntu 22.10.

[#] Fri Apr 29 2022 21:54:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: From ifcfg to keyfiles: modernizing NetworkManager configuration in Fedora Linux 36

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In the good old days, connecting a Linux box to a network was easy. For each of the interface cards connected to a network, the system administrator would drop a configuration file into the /etc directory. That configuration file would describe the addressing configuration for a particular network. On Fedora Linux, the configuration file would actually be a shell script snippet like this:

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 00:00:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 tips to avoid these common agile mistakes

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Agile is a tried and true discipline used by software development teams worldwide with great success. In my previous article, I listed mistakes I've made in the past so you don't have to make them yourself.

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 02:21:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Apcsilmic releases ARM based Dot 1 Mini PC with optional 4G LTE support

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The Dot 1 is a compact ARM computer that comes with Windows 11 Pro pre-installed. The standard Dot 1 variant costs $220 and is equipped with 4GB RAM and 64GB of storage; alternatively the Dot 1 offers 4G LTE support for $20 more.

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 04:26:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: termusic - terminal-based music player

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Linux offers a huge smörgåsbord of open source music players. And many of them are high quality. We’ve reviewed the vast majority, but we’ve always got our eyes peeled hunting for a new gem.One new program we’ve stumbled upon is termusic, a Rust-based music player that uses a terminal user interface. It’s designed for large, locally stored music collections.

[#] Sat Apr 30 2022 06:33:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 36 Release Slightly Delayed to May 10 Due to Important Bugs

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Fedora 36 release delayed to May 10 due to bugs in GNOME Photos, SELinux packages.

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