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[#] Thu Jun 23 2022 21:28:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use modules from the Terraform Registry

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The Terraform Registry is a place where one can find different providers and modules (re-usable Terraform configurations) and use them with Terraform. In this tutorial, we will see how to use modules from Terraform Registry. We will see this by demonstrating an example of creating an EC2 instance on AWS.

[#] Thu Jun 23 2022 22:30:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Original Acorn Arthur project lead explains RISC OS genesis

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One of the longest-lived GUI operating systems in the world has its origins as an emergency project – specifically the means by which Acorn planned to rescue the original Archimedes operating system.

[#] Thu Jun 23 2022 23:46:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The open source jobs are out there

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The tech unemployment rate reached 2.1% in May. That was a slight drop from April, but with 623,627 tech job openings, that's still a year-over-year increase of 52%. As good as that is, The Linux Foundation and the trusted learning platform edX's 10th Annual Open Source Jobs Report have found that for open source savvy job seekers, the market is even better than that.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 01:02:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Krita 5.1 Promises JPEG-XL Support, Improved Support for WebP and Photoshop Files

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The Krita Foundation announced today the general availability of the beta version of the upcoming 5.1 version of their powerful, free, open-source, and cross-platform Krita digital painting software.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 02:19:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Run A Command For A Specific Time In Linux

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This guide explains how to run a command for a specific time and kill it automatically once the time is out in Linux and Unix-like operating systems

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 02:49:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create a Data Backup and Recovery Strategy for Linux

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As the saying goes "Failing to prepare is preparing to fail," you should always be prepared with a data backup to avoid losing valuable data on your Linux PC or server. A backup strategy is a simple plan that prepares you to quickly and easily recover your important data in the shortest amount of time possible. Let's look at how you can devise a backup and recovery plan for Linux that best suits your needs.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 03:50:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Where Do Files Go When the rm Command Is Issued?

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The data itself is not destroyed or shredded; it is only unlinked from the filesystem that references the data and indicates the block as free when you remove it using the rm command.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 05:06:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Useful Linux Command Line Tools that Everyone Should Use

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A set of five useful Linux command(s) gives you the ultimate productivity boost in your day-to-day workflow.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 06:23:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Secure Tomcat 10 on AlmaLinux

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Tomcat is an open-source application written in Java program language used for rendering Java web pages and executing Java servlets.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 07:39:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Orbbec introduces Femto Time-of-Flight 3D Camera line

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Following the introduction of the Persee+ 3D embedded camera in April 2022, Orbbec has released a complete new line of 3D cameras optimized to capture static or moving objects and scenes with superior accuracy. The company ensured the Femto ToF 3D cameras are enabled to be used in applications including healthcare, robotics, augmented reality and more.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 08:55:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Play Rocket League on Linux

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Linux is making great strides when it comes to desktop gaming. The ongoing development of software like Wine, Proton, and Lutris makes it evident that gamers have now started considering Linux distros for their gaming needs. Valve is also at the forefront of developing gaming-related software and hardware compatible with Linux.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 10:11:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use Linux shell command exit codes

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When you execute a command in Linux, it generates a numeric return code. This happens whether you're running the command directly from the shell, from a script, or even from an Ansible playbook. You can use those return codes to handle the result of that command properly.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 11:28:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-23 is coming: Have a rummage in the drawer – can you test it?

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The UBPorts community is in the final stages of preparing its next release and it's calling for testers. OTA-23 is getting close – the project's Github kanban looks quite good to us – and if you're lucky enough to have one of the project's supported devices lying around, then you can help.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 12:44:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Lorien: Infinite canvas drawing/whiteboarding tool for Linux

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Lorien is a simple and open-source infinite canvas drawing/whiteboarding brainstorming tool written in the open-source Godot Game Engine.This tool is not like a standard tool that works on bitmap images like Photoshop, Krita, and Gimp; instead, it saves your drawn brushes as a collection of points and renders them at the runtime (kind of SVG), making it more performance-focused.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 13:45:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Core-V development kit packs 32-bit RISC-V core

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This week, the non-profit global organization OpenHW presented a RISC-V based development board at Embedded World 2022. The Core-V MCU dev kit integrates a 32-bit CV32E40P open source RISC-V core and the ArticPro eFPGA from QuickLogic.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 15:01:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ensuring Patents Foster Innovation in Open Source

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So, I am old enough to remember when the U.S. Congress temporarily intervened in a patent dispute over the technology that powered BlackBerries. A U.S. Federal judge ordered the BlackBerry service to shutdown until the matter was resolved, and Congress determined that BlackBerry service was too integral to commerce to be allowed to be turned off. Eventually, RIM settled the patent dispute and the BlackBerry rode off into technology oblivion.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 16:17:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to View Hidden Files and Folders on Linux

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The Linux operating system consists of hundreds of files and folders that are hidden by default. Such files are known as hidden files or dot files because they always begin with a dot (.). Let's explore how you can view these hidden files on your Linux system.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 17:34:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: AlmaLinux Build System: What You Need to Know

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The AlmaLinux Build System will let users build software for the AlmaLinux distribution. Full access of ALBS is slated for July.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 18:51:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Manage GNOME extensions from Terminal

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In this article, you will see how to manage gnome extensions from the terminal to list out extensions that have been installed by the system and user. You will also find a way to install, enable, disable, and uninstall extensions all from the terminal itself.

[#] Fri Jun 24 2022 19:52:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Enable Gzip Compression on Nginx

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In this tutorial you will learn how to enable Gzip compression on Nginx

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