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[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 11:36:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 Best Ubuntu Apps for Everyone in 2022 Part 2

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This article gives you the top 10 best Ubuntu apps in 2022 (part 2) that you may use for your daily workflow.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 13:13:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds Announces First Linux Kernel 5.19 Release Candidate

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Here we go again! Linus Torvalds just announced today the availability for public testing of the first Release Candidate (RC) milestone of the upcoming Linux 5.19 kernel series, officially kicking off the development cycle.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 15:24:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Set Static IP Address And DNS On FreeBSD 13

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This guide explains how to configure or set static IP address and DNS on a FreeBSD system from commandline.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 17:01:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best PHP-FPM Configuration – Easy and Simple Calculation

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PHP-FPM is a FastCGI Process Manager an alternative for PHP. PHP-FPM is highly configurable by adjusting the pool settings easily for different users using different PHP versions and many more.In this guide you are going to learn the best PHP-FPM configuration method using some simple calculation to prevent some errors listed below.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 18:39:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to configure chrony as an NTP client or server in Linux

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Accurate timekeeping is one of the most important configurations required for reliable communication between network-based computers. It is also needed to ensure system components, including systemd timers and cronjobs, run at the correct time. Computers can utilize the Network Time Protocol (NTP) to synchronize their time to an upstream time server or a pool of servers to maintain accurate time.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 20:00:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Skype

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Skype provides VoIP-based videotelephony, videoconferencing and voice calls. The software also provides instant messaging, file transfer, debit-based calls to landline and mobile telephones (over traditional telephone networks), and more.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 20:49:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Enter File or Directory with Space & Special Character in its Name?

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Everyone loves to assign fancy names to their files or directory, including special characters, numbers, and spaces. Special characters and numbers are good to have in the name of the files or directories even though they are not recommended.However, having space in a file or directory name is intriguing. The cd command is usually used to enter inside the directory and does not know what to do with the name containing the spaces and special characters.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 21:38:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Orange Pi 800 emulates Raspberry Pi 400 keyboard PC

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Orange Pi launched a device that comes in a similar form factor as the Raspberry Pi 400. One of the main differences between these products is the integrated processor which is the six-core 64-bit Rockchip RK3399 found in the Orange Pi 800.

[#] Mon Jun 06 2022 22:59:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A Drupal developer's guide to Progressive Web Apps

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The following article is a companion to my presentation at Drupalcon and Drupalcamp covering Progressive Web Apps implementations.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 00:04:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: June 5th, 2022

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The eighty-eight installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on June 5th, 2022, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things that are happening in the Linux world.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 01:23:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Customize Konsole, the Default KDE Terminal Emulator

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Beginner-friendly distributions like Ubuntu and Linux Mint will rarely (if ever) require you to open the terminal emulator, yet they still include it as one of the default applications. After all, the terminal is a constituent part of Linux history, and the concept of command-line utilities is woven into the Unix philosophy. Instead of resisting and avoiding it, why not embrace the terminal and learn how to use it?

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 02:40:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: RethinkDNS: All in one tool to get firewall, adblocker, DNS-over-HTTPS

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The days have gone back when you needed to install multiple applications for firewall, advertisement blockers, and tunnel connections using DNS-over-HTTPS clients.Now one single application is capable of doing all kinds of stuff in a very intuitive way.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 03:58:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Multiplatform Linux kernel 'pretty much done' says Linus Torvalds

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Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 5.19 of the Linux kernel, and declared it represents a milestone in multiplatform development for the project.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 05:00:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 6 Linux word processors you need to try

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Writers are always looking for better ways to put their words and ideas into readable formats to share with their readers. My first experiences with word processing came in my Apple II days when I used AppleWorks and later FrEDWriter, which was a free word processing application created in 1985. It was the standard for my students, many of whom came from households that lacked the money to purchase proprietary software.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 06:18:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux: Part 2

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In Complete Guide to Keylogging in Linux: Part 1 , we covered how a keylogger can be written for Linux, by reading events directly from keyboard device. Today, we will cover slightly different technique for keyboard event capture.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 07:36:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Conformant open source support for Mali-G57

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The open source Panfrost driver for Mali GPUs now supports the new Valhall architecture with fully-conformant OpenGL ES 3.1 on Mali-G57, a Valhall GPU. The final Mesa patches are landing today, and the required kernel patches are queued for merge upstream. Mali-G57 features in new MediaTek Chromebooks with the MT8192 and MT8195 system-on-chips. With Mesa 22.2 and an appropriate kernel, accelerated graphics will work out of the box on Linux on these laptops.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 08:55:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Set Up SSH Keys on Ubuntu 22.04

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In this tutorial we’ll show you how to set up SSH keys on Ubuntu 22.04. SSH keys provide a more secure way of logging into a server with SSH than using a password alone.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 09:58:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Orange Pi 800, An Integrated Into Keyboard PC Running Open Source OS

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Orange Pi 800 is a new product released by Xunlong Software. It fully embeds the Orange Pi motherboard inside the keyboard, so it only has to be paired with a mouse and monitor to function as a computer.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 11:17:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Speek: A Privacy-Focused Chat App Built on the Tor Network

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Most messaging apps nowadays promise to offer their users a secure messaging environment to keep their personal data and communication private and secure. Speek is a new entrant in the secure messaging space that aims to take this up a notch. It's a decentralized messaging app that doesn't require an ID or a phone number and routes communication via the Tor network to deliver a more secure messaging experience. Here's a look at Speek and the instructions to use it on Linux.

[#] Tue Jun 07 2022 12:38:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A Guide to Enterprise Open Source: Why Your Organization Needs It Now

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There are some universal truths about open source software (OSS). It has revolutionized our world and become the foundation of our digital society, the backbone of our digital economy, and the basis of our digital existence. Every household and enterprise brand name in technology is built upon it, whether that name is Alexa or Android, Azure, or AWS.

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