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[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 01:51:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 summer book recommendations from open source enthusiasts

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Members of the community recommend this mix of books covering everything from a fun cozy mystery to non-fiction works that explore thought-provoking topics.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 02:37:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds: After 30 years, Linux is not a dead project

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At the Open Source Summit event today, Torvalds discussed the state of Linux, in a fireside chat with his longtime friend Dirk Hohndel, who currently is the chief open-source officer at the Cardano Foundation. The conversation ranged from the state of open-source security, to new technology and the impact of the pandemic on Linux development.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 03:53:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install JasperReports on Ubuntu 20.04

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JasperReports is an open-source Java reporting tool, a stand-alone and embeddable reporting server.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 05:10:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Reflecting on 10 years of time well spent with Pocket

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Ten years ago, a small, yet mighty team launched Pocket because we felt that people deserved a better way to consume content on the internet. We wanted it to be easy — “as simple an action as putting it in your pocket” — and empowering, giving people the means to engage with the web on their own terms. We championed the save as a fundamental internet action — akin to browse, search and share — but more than any other, allowing you to create your own corner of the internet.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 06:26:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Erannorth Chronicles gets fixed up for Steam Deck

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Erannorth Chronicles, what the developer says blends together an old-school card game with tabletop RPG-like progression recently had an upgrade to make it work nicely on the Steam Deck.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 07:42:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.25.1 (First Point Release) Brings 50+ Changes

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With the list of 50+ changes, KDE Plasma 5.25.1 - the first point release becomes more stable, also brings several tweaks.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 08:59:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Foundation Announces Open Programmable Infrastructure Project to Drive Open Standards for New Class of Cloud Native Infrastructure

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Data Processing and Infrastructure Processing Units – DPU and IPU – are changing the way enterprises deploy and manage compute resources across their networks; OPI will nurture an ecosystem to enable easy adoption of these innovative technologies  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.,  – June 21, 2022 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through […]

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 10:16:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SolidRun releases SOM module based on 64-bit Renesas RZ/G2LC SoC

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SolidRun announced today a partnership with Renesas Electronics at Embedded World. According to SolidRun, the RZ/G2LC is the first System on Module (SOM) based on the 64-bit RZ/G2LC System on Chip from Renesas. The company is expecting to target applications such as IoT solutions, video surveillance, HMI applications and industrial automation solutions.  The compact SOM […]

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 11:17:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: For a few days earlier this year, rogue GitHub apps could have hijacked countless repos

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A GitHub bug could have been exploited earlier this year by connected third-party apps to hijack victims' source-code repositories. For almost a week in late February and early March, rogue applications could have generated scoped installation tokens with elevated permissions, allowing them to gain otherwise unauthorized write or administrative access to developers' repos. For example, if an app was granted read-only access to an organization or individual's code repo, the app could effortlessly escalate that to read-write access.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 12:33:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Better diagnostics with Performance Co-Pilot

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This article is intended to help Oracle Linux users get a basic understanding of Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) and it’s commands and architecture. PCP will be replacing the legacy tool OSWatcher as Oracle’s recommended tool for diagnosing and tuning Oracle Linux systems.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 13:49:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: RISC OS: 35-year-old original Arm operating system is alive and well

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RISC OS, the operating system of the original Arm computer, the Acorn Archimedes, is still very much alive – and doing relatively well for its age. In June 1987, Acorn launched the Archimedes A305 and A310, starting at £800 ($982) and running a new operating system called Arthur. At the time, it was a radical and very fast computer. In his review [PDF] for Personal Computer World, Dick Pountain memorably said: "It loads huge programs with a faint burping noise, in the time it takes to blink an eye."

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 15:05:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TODO Group Announces 2022 OSPO Survey

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The TODO Group, together with Linux Foundation Research, LF Training & Certification,, Futurewei, Ovio, Salesforce, VMware, and X-Labs, is conducting a survey as part of a research project on the prevalence and outcomes of open source programs among different organizations across the globe.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 15:51:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Chromebooks have become the Swiss Army Knife of computing

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11 years. 11 short years since the Chromebook was first released to the public. (ChromeOS was introduced in 2009 but the first consumer Chromebook actually launched in May of 2011.) In just over a decade, ChromeOS has evolved into a massive ecosystem the like so of which, not even Sundar himself could have predicted. You may have heard someone say “a Chromebook is nothing more than a browser” and once upon a time, that would have been fairly accurate. Problem is, that synopsis has stuck around entirely too long and has created a stigma around ChromeOS that prevents many from even giving a Chromebook a chance.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 16:52:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mixxx 2.3.3 DJ Software Brings Improvements for Pioneer DDJ-SB3 and Traktor S3 Controllers

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Daniel Schürmann released today Mixxx 2.3.3 as the third minor update to the Mixxx 2.3 series of this open-source, free, and powerful virtual DJ software for performing live DJ mixes.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 17:53:37 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux rm command with Advance Syntax for Pro’s

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The rm (remove) command is one of the essential Linux utilities that every basic to pro user should know, their working and usage.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 18:57:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New Research from Snyk and The Linux Foundation Reveals Significant Security Concerns Resulting from Open Source Software Ubiquity

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Snyk, the leader in developer security, and The Linux Foundation, a global nonprofit organization enabling innovation through open source, today announced the results of their first joint research report, The State of Open Source Security. The results detail the significant security risks resulting from the widespread use of open source software within modern application development as well as how many organizations are currently ill-prepared to effectively manage these risks.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 19:44:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: At Open Source Summit, Linus Torvalds hosts another fireside chat

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At the summit, Linux's creator Linus Torvalds and his good buddy Dirk Hohndel talked about working from home, Rust in Linux, and whether there's life outside the screen.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 20:45:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: shred command: makes files unrecoverable in Linux

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Are you still removing your files containing sensitive information (ssh keys, account password, auth file, etc) using the standard way? Then you are making it easier for third-party applications to recover. Let’s dig in more; every time you delete files the standard way, they just get unlinked from the filesystem, making the block free for overwriting.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 21:46:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debian-Based Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 Disk Imaging/Cloning Tool Released with Linux 5.18

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Steven Shiau announced today the release and general availability of Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 as the latest stable version of this Debian-based live system for disk imaging/cloning tasks based on the powerful Clonezilla software.

[#] Wed Jun 22 2022 23:02:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why Ubuntu Isn’t a Flagship Linux Desktop Distribution Anymore

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Although Ubuntu has been an enormous success, controversial decisions will prevent it from being named the best Linux desktop distribution in the future. Here's why.

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