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[#] Mon Jun 13 2022 22:24:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to connect ONLYOFFICE Docs and Strapi CMS

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ONLYOFFICE Docs is an open-source office suite and Strapi is an open-source collaborative CMS built on Node.js. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to connect the instances of ONLYOFFICE Docs and Strapi using an integration plugin (connector).

[#] Mon Jun 13 2022 23:40:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Missing Extensions option in Gnome Tweaks Tool

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After using Ubuntu 22.04 LTS for a long time, it’s time to move to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jelly Fish) to use the new features that have created a lot of hype. While making the change, I found that the gnome tweak tool does not have the extensions option. Because of that, I’m not able to tweak the default option of a particular extension.That disappoints me. So I started to search on the Internet and found the Gnome team had dropped the Gnome Shell extensions support in Gnome 40 and later versions.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 00:57:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Introduces Local Machine Translation Tool for Firefox

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Mozilla introduced an Add-on to help you translate web pages locally without transmitting the data to the cloud or server.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 01:58:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Backup and Restore your Linux system with Timeshift

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Timeshift is a system backup and restores tool designed to restore your system into a usable state after something goes wrong. Timeshift is designed to only backup system files and settings. In this tutorial we'll learn how to use Timeshift to restore our system to a previous state.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 03:14:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Check Sudo History in Linux

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Being able to view and analyze sudo logs is one of the key parts of maintaining your Linux machine. Learn how to look at sudo history today.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 10:23:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade to KDE Plasma 5.25 from 5.24

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A beginner's guide to upgrade to KDE Plasma 5.25 from Plasma 5.24 desktop environment via terminal and GUI method.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 11:24:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.25 Released with Dynamic Accent Colour, Floating Panel

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Release highlights of KDE Plasma 5.25 which brings first-ever dynamic accent colour based on wallpaper, flaoting panel and more.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 12:40:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.25 Desktop Environment Is Out Now, This Is What's New

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The KDE Project announced today the release and general availability of KDE Plasma 5.25 as the latest stable series of this beloved graphical desktop environment for GNU/Linux distributions.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 13:57:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Approaches to Choosing Your First Linux Distro (Beginner’s Guide)

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For the average PC user who has been using the established desktop operating systems such as Microsoft Windows and macOS, Linux can be somewhat confusing. So, are you a newcomer to Linux? Not sure which Linux distribution to choose to begin your Linux journey? This article is for you!

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 15:14:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install VNC Server Ubuntu 22.04

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Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a desktop sharing protocol that allows you to control a computer remotely using the VNC client software. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and configure the VNC Server on the latest Ubuntu Server 22.04. This guide also covers how to securely connect to the VNC Server through SSh tunneling.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 16:30:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Share your Linux terminal with tmate

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As a member of the Fedora Linux QA team, I sometimes find myself executing a bunch of commands that I want to broadcast to other developers. If you've ever used a terminal multiplexer like tmux or GNU Screen, you might think that that's a relatively easy task. But not all of the people I want to see my demonstration are connecting to my terminal session from a laptop or desktop. Some might have casually opened it from their phone browser—which they can readily do because I use tmate.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 17:46:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 12 Habits of Highly Effective Software Developers

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I’ve worked with many software developers, some of them fresh out of college and others seasoned professionals. This article lists some of the traits these people seem to have in common, and I’m confident that there’s something to learn for everyone here, no matter your track record.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 18:47:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to interrupt the Linux boot process

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During a computer's boot process, you must transition from a firmware (UEFI or BIOS) process to loading a kernel and then finally to the user environment. When booting a POSIX system, you can choose to interrupt the boot process to adjust settings or even to log in using a chroot environment.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 19:49:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What will happens if I run “sudo rm -rf /” on Linux?

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No, executing "sudo rm -rf /" will not wipe out your complete system unless you do *. Read the full article to find out.Linux file system works differently than the windows system. Unlike Windows, which stores files and configurations inside C:, D:, or E: Drive, Linux stores everything inside the root (/).

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 20:50:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Shutdown Command – 8 Examples with All Options

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Learn how to use Linux shutdown command-line utility with practical examples. Use it shutdown the system immediately or at a specific time.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 21:35:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: IPFire Linux Firewall Distro Improves Its Intrusion Prevention System and Security

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Peter Müller announced today the release and general availability of IPFire 2.27 Core Update 168 as the latest stable version of this hardened open-source Linux firewall distribution targeted at routers and firewalls.

[#] Tue Jun 14 2022 22:52:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Building the metaverse with open source

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The word metaverse has been thrown around a lot these days. Whether you believe it's a reality or not, the adoption of the term has signaled a significant shift in the way people think about the future of online interactions. With today's technological advancements and an increase in geographically distributed social circles, the idea of seamlessly connected virtual worlds as part of a metaverse has never felt more appealing.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 00:08:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Texas Instruments introduces the AM62x processors to the Sitara processors family

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Last week, Texas Instruments released two new models for the Sitara processor family. The Sitara AM623 and the AM625 can have up to four Cortex-A53 processors and one Arm Cortex M4F. For quick product development, TI is integrating them on the SK-AM62 starter kit which starts at $149.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 01:24:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla Enables Firefox’s “Total Cookie Protection” Privacy Feature by Default on Desktop

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In an attempt to make Firefox one of the most private and secure web browsers on the planet, Mozilla today announced the rollout of the “Total Cookie Protection” privacy feature by default for all desktop users.

[#] Wed Jun 15 2022 02:40:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to set Firefox as your default browser on Windows

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During a software update, your settings can sometimes change or revert back to their original state. For example, if your computer has multiple browsers installed, you may end up with a different default browser than Firefox. That’s easy to fix so that Firefox is there for you when you expect it, like when you click on web links in email and other apps.

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