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[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 18:58:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Joomla with Apache and free Let's Encrypt SSL on Alma Linux 8

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Joomla is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular Content Management systems. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Joomla CMS with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Alma Linux 8.

[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 20:46:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: July 24th, 2022

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The ninety-five installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on July 24th, 2022, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Wed Jul 27 2022 22:33:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use LibreOffice Writer templates

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A staple in any office software suite is the word processor. Whether your needs are small or large, from jotting down a note to writing a book, the word processor gets the job done. Most Linux distributions include the LibreOffice suite, and I use LibreOffice Writer as my word processor.LibreOffice Writer provides lots of flexibility through its toolbar, keyboard shortcuts, and menus.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 00:20:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Parents want to keep their kids safe online. But are parental controls the answer?

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For our new series Parental Control, we’re digging into the challenges technology poses for parents and exploring all the ways that can empower them. So we looked into digital platforms and found ourselves, as many parents do, in the parental control settings.  These settings, along with services that promise to shield young people away from […]

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 02:07:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use Block Storage to Increase Space on Your Nextcloud Instance

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In a previous article, I showed you how to build your very own Nextcloud server. In this article, we're going to extend the storage for our Nextcloud instance by utilizing block storage. To follow along, you'll either need your own Nextcloud server to extend, or perhaps you can add block storage to a different type of server you may control, which would mean you'd need to update the paths accordingly as we go along. Block storage is incredibly useful, so we'll definitely want to take advantage of this.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 03:54:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Your Linux Firewall Cant Stop These 3 Attacks!

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Nowadays, Linux systems are considered fairly secure, as people think that Linux rarely gets infected with malware such as viruses, rootkits, worms, etc. You might also see that we hardly ever come across Antivirus software being sold for Linux, giving the illusion that Linux is an ultimately secure Operating System. Given that roughly 75 percent of the world's servers run on Linux, we can't truly believe that Linux is as secure as we think it is. Linux is only as secure as the person controlling and configuring it.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 05:42:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Endless OS 5 Promises Refreshed Desktop Experience, All-New App Center, and More

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Our friend Cassidy James Blaede (you know him from elementary OS and System76) is now working for Endless OS and he just shared some exciting news about the next major release of Debian-based distribution, Endless OS 5.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 07:44:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Watch The World as it Collapses From Your Linux Desktop

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We are happy to introduce our first in-house developed program to the world: FOSS Post Collapse Monitor, which allows you to monitor many interactive global maps directly from your Linux desktop.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 09:20:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Automatically Update Running Docker Containers With Watchtower

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This guide explains what is Watchtower, and how to automatically update running Docker containers with Watchtower in Linux.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 11:09:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Lx 5.0 ROME Technical Preview Released

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If you’re looking for another rolling-release Linux distribution to try, one with roots in the legendary Mandrake Linux, look no further. The next release of OpenMandriva Lx 5.0, ROME, is an excellent choice for long-time Linux fans and newbies. So that’s what is new!

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 12:57:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” Kernel Security Update Fixes 9 Vulnerabilities

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The Debian Project released a new Linux kernel security update for its Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” stable operating system series to address several security vulnerabilities that could lead to privilege escalation, denial of service, or information leaks.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 14:46:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: G4Music - lightweight music player

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G4Music is billed as a beautiful, fast, fluent, lightweight music player. The software is written in Vala and uses GTK4, a cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 16:49:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: My honest review of the HP Dev One

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A few weeks ago, HP joined the bandwagon of major laptop manufacturers releasing a Linux-based laptop, the HP Dev One. The brand joins others such as Lenovo and Dell, offering a laptop with a pre-installed distribution of Linux in the US market. HP joined forces with smaller Linux-based laptop brand System76 to pre-install Pop!_

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 18:39:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How I manage files from the Linux command line

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Managing files in a graphical desktop like GNOME or KDE is an exercise in point-and-click. To move a file into a folder, you click and drag the icon to its new home. To remove a file, you drag it into the “Trash” icon. The graphical interface makes desktop computing easy to use. But we don't always interact with Linux systems with a graphical interface. If you work on a server, you likely need to use the command line to get around.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 20:27:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Netdata Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 22.04

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Netdata Monitoring tool is an open-source software developed to track and show the statistic of server usage.

[#] Thu Jul 28 2022 22:14:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use this nifty Unix tool to process text on Linux

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Unix has always excelled at processing text, and Linux is no different. And the tools to work with and transform text files still exist on all Linux systems. Like other computer systems, early Unix printed on paper, using a typewriter-style printing device. These printers provided limited formatting options, but with clever application of Unix tools, you could prepare professional-looking documents.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 00:02:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Proprietary Graphics Drivers on Ubuntu Linux

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Ubuntu and other major Linux distributions automatically detect the system graphics card and install their open-source driver by default. To install a proprietary driver, you need to perform a few more steps.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 01:49:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: CRob on Software Security Education and SIRTs

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CRob, with Intel and the OpenSSF, talks about open source software security education and training with Alan Shimel of TechStrong TV.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 03:36:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Latest Steam Client Update Brings Linux and Vulkan Fixes, Support for New Controllers

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Valve released today a new stable Steam Client update that brings more Linux and Vulkan improvements, support for new controllers, as well as other bug fixes.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 05:23:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Best Proven Systemd-Free Linux Distributions You Can Rely On

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Systemd has long divided the Linux community, polarizing it at both extremes – from widespread acceptance to complete denial. This article will explore the five best Linux distributions that do not use systemd on which you can rely in your daily job.

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