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[#] Thu Jun 02 2022 23:57:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Beginner’s Guide to Using Cron in Linux

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Cron is a simple yet brilliant UNIX tool. With it, you can easily manage recurring tasks in your system. Learn the basics of using it today.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 01:02:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox 102 Enters Beta Testing with Geoclue Support on Linux, Improved PDF Reading

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With the release of Firefox 101, the Mozilla developers are now focusing their efforts on the next release, Firefox 102, which has been promoted to the beta channel earlier this week for public beta testing.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 02:23:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Use Tags In Ansible Playbooks

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In this article, we are going to learn what are ansible tags and the effective ways to use tags in Ansible playbooks to run specific tasks.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 03:43:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The only Linux command you need to know

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Information about Linux and open source abounds on the internet, but when you're entrenched in your work there's often a need for quick documentation. Since the early days of Unix, well before Linux even existed, there's been the man (short for "manual") and info commands, both of which display official project documentation about commands, configuration files, system calls, and more.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 04:49:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Customize the Ubuntu Dock to Look Like macOS

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One of the major features of the GNOME 42 desktop environment is a highly-customizable dock or dash. Let's look at how you can customize the new dock in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) or later to have a similar look to that of macOS.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 06:10:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla releases local machine translation tools as part of Project Bergamot

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In January of 2019, Mozilla joined the University of Edinburgh, Charles University, University of Sheffield and University of Tartu as part of a project funded by the European Union called Project Bergamot. The ultimate goal of this consortium was to build a set of neural machine translation tools that would enable Mozilla to develop a website translation add-on that operates locally, i.e. the engines, language models and in-page translation algorithms would need to reside and be executed entirely in the user’s computer, so none of the data would be sent to the cloud, making it entirely private.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 07:15:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Grafana on Ubuntu 20.04

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Grafana is a free, open-source, and composable observability and data visualization platform. It is used for monitoring, analysis, and visualization of real-time system data.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 08:36:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Sails.js Framework with Nginx on AlmaLinux 9

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Sails.js on AlmaLinux 9.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 09:58:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Get started with Cadence, an open source workflow engine

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Cadence simplifies the complexity of distributed systems so that developers can focus on creating applications built for high durability, availability, and scalability.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 11:03:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Elasticsearch 8 on Ubuntu 22.04 with SSL

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Elasticsearch 8 is a powerful scalable real time distributed search and data analysis. Here you will learn how to configure SSL to your Elasticsearch installation with Nginx reverse proxy on Ubuntu 22.04.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 12:57:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debian-Based Nitrux 2.2 Switches to Linux Kernel 5.17, Adds Full-Disk Encryption

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Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 2.2 as the latest stable live/installable ISO image of this Debian-based, systemd-free GNU/Linux distribution built around the modern KDE Plasma desktop environment.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 13:29:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Vue CLI on Ubuntu 20.04

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VueJS is a popular JavaScript framework for building interactive web application user interfaces. It builds on top of standard HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and is very easy to integrate with other projects and libraries.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 14:34:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What Is Steam Proton and How Does It Run Windows Games on Steam Deck?

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Valve has ventured into console gaming with Steam Deck, a handheld device with hardware comparable to the PS5 and Xbox Series S & X. It's a solid device that should run most AAA titles reliably. The Deck stands out in its ability to run a wide range of games out of the box. It comes with the entire Steam catalog of games, so users don't have to wait for popular titles to release for the console.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 15:55:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Setup Apache, PHP & MongoDB on Ubuntu 20.04

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We will install the Apache Web server, the latest PHP version, and the MongoDB database server. The purpose of this post is to explain how can these three different types of services be configured on one server for future development tasks and the building of an amazing application.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 17:01:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 42.2 Release Improves Support for Flatpak and Snap Apps, Fixes Many Bugs

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Jordan Petridis announced today the release of GNOME 42.2 as the second point release to the latest and greatest GNOME 42 desktop environment series.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 18:22:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install FFmpeg in Ubuntu and Other Linux

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A tutorial on how you can install the FFmpeg package in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions, also some examples to get you started.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 19:42:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux Topped the List as the Most Used Linux Platform for Steam

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Recently, Valve released the results of its Steam hardware survey for May 2022. Many people may be surprised to learn that Arch Linux has surpassed Ubuntu 20.04 to take first place among Linux distributions.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 20:47:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: You Can Now Pre-Order the HP Dev One Linux Laptop Powered by Pop!_OS Linux

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Linux hardware vendor System76 and HP officially launched today the HP Dev One Linux-powered laptop targeted at developers and powered by the Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS Linux distribution.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 22:25:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenCost Open Source Kubernetes Cost Monitoring Project Takes Shape

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Multiple vendors including AWS, Google, Kubecost, and SUSE have come together to support the open source OpenCost project for cloud-native cost management.

[#] Fri Jun 03 2022 23:46:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Open Compute Project: Data Center Design by Community Effort

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For 11 years OCP has been changing the ways that data centers are constructed and operate by putting data center operators and their suppliers under a single roof.

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