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[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 01:40:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to List UFW Firewall Rules

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Here learn how to list UFW rules from the terminal. This helps to verify the incoming and outgoing firewall rules added to your server.

https://linuxopsys.com/topics/list-ufw-firewall-rules

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 03:38:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 of the Best Sites to Run Linux in Browser

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As the name suggests, there are several sites that you can use to access a Linux system from your Browser. Some even give you a Graphical Interface with a whole full-featured desktop access. This post will give you a list of some of the best sites where you can run Linux from your web browser.

https://bytexd.com/best-sites-to-run-linux-in-browser/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 05:16:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Enable SSH On FreeBSD

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This brief guide will walk you through the steps to configure and enable SSH on FreeBSD.

https://ostechnix.com/how-to-enable-ssh-on-freebsd/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 07:09:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 22.10 Plans to Replace WPA with IWD for Wireless Connectivity

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Ubuntu 22.10 Kinetic Kudu plans to introduce IWD by replacing the WPA for wireless connectivity and management.

https://debugpointnews.com/ubuntu-22-10-iwd/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 09:03:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Have an old iPad lying around? You might be able to make it run Linux soon

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Devs say they have Linux booting on devices using Apple A7- and A8-based chips.

https://arstechnica.com:443/gadgets/2022/06/developers-get-linux-up-and-running-on-old-ipad-air-2-hardware/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 10:41:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pre-order HP Dev One laptop specially crafted for developers with a POP!_OS

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System76 announced its collaboration with HP, which attracted much public interest. Why not developers’ folk get excited when the two best of their industries collaborate with each other and develop the best product for the consumers?Three months back, one of the users on Reddit posted a question on the subreddit of pop_os: “Some kind of partnership between HP and System76 on the horizon?” To be honest, we were all sure something interesting was happening between HP and System76, and today’s curtain gets lifted with a new line of products called “HP Dev One”.

https://trendoceans.com/hp-dev-one-laptop-pre-order-now/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 12:35:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 6 deprecated Linux commands and the tools you should be using instead

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In software development, things change at incredible speed due to improvements in hardware and environments. For the same reason, tools change. Sometimes, older tools do not adapt well to changes, so they eventually fade and are replaced by other utilities (with the debatable point of the new tools being better than the previous ones).

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/deprecated-linux-command-replacements

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 14:29:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Essential System Tools: btop++ – resource monitor

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btop++ is an alternative to top. It’s a resource monitor that shows usage and stats for processor, memory, disks, network and processes. It’s a continuation of bashtop and BpyTOP. It’s free and open source software written in C++.

https://www.linuxlinks.com/essential-system-tools-btop-resource-monitor/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 16:06:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Getting started with RHEL 9, interpreting system log files, and more sysadmin tips

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May 2022 was another excellent month for Enable Sysadmin. During the month, we published 22 new articles and received nearly 590,000 reads from more than 400,000 readers across the site.

https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/getting-started-rhel-9-interpreting-system-log-files-and-more-sysadmin-tips

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 18:16:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Help Shape Fedora Linux’s Future by Taking the Fedora Contributor Survey 2022

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Good news for fans of the Fedora Linux distribution as the official 2022 Fedora survey is now live for those of you who want to help shape Fedora Linux’s future.

https://9to5linux.com/help-shape-fedora-linuxs-future-by-taking-the-fedora-contributor-survey-2022

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 20:26:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux editions part 1: Official Editions

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Fedora Linux provides several variants to meet your needs. You can find an overview of all the Fedora Linux variants in my previous article Introduce the different Fedora Linux editions. This article will go into a little more detail about the Fedora Linux official editions. There are five editions — Fedora Workstation, Fedora Server, Fedora IoT, Fedora CoreOS, and Fedora Silverblue. The Fedora Linux download page currently shows that three of these are official editions and the remaining two are emerging editions. This article will cover all five editions.

https://fedoramagazine.org/fedora-linux-editions-part-1-official-editions/

[#] Sat Jun 04 2022 22:20:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Titan Linux: A Blend of Debian Stable and KDE Plasma

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A review of Titan Linux which is a mix of Debian stable branch with lightweight KDE Plasma desktop and brings additional tools.

https://www.debugpoint.com/2022/06/titan-linux-review-2022/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 00:14:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Armbian 22.05 added support to Orange PI, Banana, and other arm devices

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Armbian community has rolled up a new version of Armbian 22.05 after three months of v(22.02). In this release, they have added support to several arm devices like DevTerm A06, Orange Pi R1+ LTS, Orangepi 3 LTS, Radxa Rock 3A, and Zero. Apart from that, they have even made improvements to the Allwinner A20, Allwinner H5, Odroid N2, and Orange Pi Zero.

https://trendoceans.com/armbian-22-05-release/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 01:52:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How static linking works on Linux

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Code for applications written using C usually has multiple source files, but ultimately you will need to compile them into a single executable. You can do this in two ways: by creating a static library or a dynamic library (also called a shared library). These two types of libraries vary in terms of how they are created and linked. Your choice of which to use depends on your use case.

https://opensource.com/article/22/6/static-linking-linux

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 03:37:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ICP NV1 Network Video Recorder features Tiger-Lake processor and iRIS Xe GPU

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Germany based ICP unveiled a Network Video Recorder built around Intel’s 11th Gen Core (Tiger-Lake) combined with Xe graphics processor unit. The NVI supports up to 64GB DDR4 RAM (dual SO-DIMM slots) available in commercial grade and industrial grade.

https://linuxgizmos.com/icp-nv1-network-video-recorder-features-tiger-lake-processor-and-iris-xe-gpu/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 05:48:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Trevor Project’s Kevin Wong Shares What’s In His Corner 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. […]

https://blog.mozilla.org/en/internet-culture/pride-month/trevor-projects-kevin-wong-shares-whats-in-his-corner-of-the-internet/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 08:14:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why Do Enterprises Use and Contribute to Open Source Software

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When people find out I work at the Linux Foundation they invariably ask what we do? Sometimes it is couched around the question, As in the Linux operating system? I explain open source software and try to capture the worldwide impact into 20 seconds before I lose their attention. If they happen to stick around for more, we often dig into the question, Why would enterprises want to participate in open source software projects or use open source software? The reality is – they do, whether they know it or not. And the reality is thousands of companies donate their code to open source projects and invest time and resources helping to further develop and improve open source software.

https://www.linux.com/news/why-do-enterprises-use-and-contribute-to-open-source-software/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 10:24:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Reset Or Recover Root User Password In FreeBSD

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Have you forgotten the FreeBSD root user password? Worry not! This brief guide explains the procedure to reset or recover root user password in FreeBSD.

https://ostechnix.com/how-to-reset-or-recover-root-user-password-in-freebsd-10-2/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 12:18:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to remove duplicate lines in a text file

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As you know, it’s not possible for an individual to sort out and remove duplicate lines from the file one by one, and literally, it will be very tedious work to do, so to rescue this, you have a special tool called "sort" and "uniq" in Linux, and from the name itself, you have realized what the purpose of this tool is. Apart from that, you will also learn how to use the awk command to find duplicate lines.

https://trendoceans.com/remove-duplicate-lines-in-linux/

[#] Sun Jun 05 2022 14:28:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 13 Compelling Reasons Why People Use Linux

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There are many advantages to using Linux, besides being a low-cost solution, the platform stands out for being a highly stable and secure solution and for having a large community of developers who work to make it even more reliable. In this article we will talk about some of the main reasons why people use Linux.

https://bytexd.com/why-people-use-linux/

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