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[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 07:10:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Oracle Business Intelligence

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Oracle Business Intelligence is business analytics software that offers an integrated, end-to-end Enterprise Performance Management System.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 08:59:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Garuda Linux 'Talon': Arch, but different. Dare we say it? Better

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This relatively new distro from an Indian founder is smart, capable, fast… and colorful. Garuda Linux brings an important feature to the Arch world: snapshots and rollback.…

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 10:49:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Spotify Player on Linux System

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Spotify web player is good for listening to music from your web browser, but sometimes you may inadvertently exit the browser, which will interrupt your music experience. However, the desktop application is much better than the web version of Spotify, providing you access to control your music from the hotkeys and show the music notification on the tray. You can even sync your local music on the Spotify server or sync it on your other Android, iPhone, or laptop devices.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 12:36:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Build Custom Docker Image Using Dockerfile In Linux

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This guide gives a brief introduction to Dockerfile and explains how to use Dockerfile to automate building custom docker images in Linux.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 14:23:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ventoy Multiboot USB Creator Adds Support for Fedora CoreOS, More Than 940 ISOs

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The popular and powerful Ventoy multiboot USB creator utility has been updated today to version 1.0.79, a stable release that adds support for new ISOs and various bug fixes.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 16:11:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Top 10 32-Bit Linux Distributions in 2022 Compared

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A list of ten 32-bit Linux distributions is still going strong and can easily be adapted for older hardware that supports i686.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 18:28:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Battle of the retro Unix desktops: NsCDE versus CDE

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Will the real CDE please stand up? If the real CDE is too much hard work for you or for your computer, there's a new version of the Not So Common Desktop Environment.…

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 20:45:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Create Multiple Files and Directories at Once in a Linux Terminal

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If you are using Linux, then you know how to use the mkdir command to create a directory, and for files, we use the touch command, which creates an empty file in a second without using any command line editor. Both commands are handy to use, but how do I use this command to create multiple files and directories at once? Because it’s easy to create multiple files of 10 directories or files, but if someone asks you to create 100 files, you cannot easily do it until you find this article.

[#] Fri Jul 29 2022 22:47:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Dash to Dock vs. Dash to Panel: Which One Extension is Better?

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The dock panel is an essential component of almost every desktop environment. Let’s compare the two most popular GNOME extensions providing dock functionality, Dash to Dock vs. Dash to Panel. Which one is better?

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 01:05:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mirantis releases Lens Pro Kubernetes IDE

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Mirantis, the cloud-native development company, is monetizing its Lens Kubernetes Integrated Development Environment with its new Lens 6 version.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 03:22:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 21 “Vanessa” Is Now Available for Download, This Is What’s New

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The Linux Mint project published today the final ISO images of the Linux Mint 21 “Vanessa” operating system series ahead of the official announcement that will probably be made public this weekend.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 05:24:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Riot Games’ head of player community, known as ‘Aureylian’ to game streaming fans, on her favorite corners of the internet

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Here at Mozilla, we are the first to admit the internet isn’t perfect, but we are also quick to point out that the internet is pretty darn magical. The internet opens up doors and opportunities, allows for people to connect with others, and lets everyone find where they belong — their corners of the internet. […]

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 07:42:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Homebrew Package Manager on Linux

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Homebrew gained its popularity after being the default package manager for macOS. It’s heavily used by developers to install, remove, and manage packages from the command line. Also, you cannot deny the fact that Linux is leading the race by providing an amazing package manager. Apart from that, you will also get Snap, Flatpak, and AppImage to manage your packages from the command line.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 09:45:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple Dictionary

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Apple Dictionary is a small utility that lets users easily get definitions of words and phrases from a variety of sources.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 12:03:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fix bugs in Bash scripts by printing a stack trace

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No one wants to write bad code, but inevitably bugs will be created. Most modern languages like Java, JavaScript, Python, etc., automatically print a stack trace when they encounter an unhandled exception, but not shell scripts. It would make it much easier to find and fix bugs in shell scripts if you could print a stack trace, and, with a little work, you can.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 14:06:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Learn Rust by debugging Rust

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In my previous article about rustup, I showed you how to install the Rust toolchain. Well, what good is the toolchain if you won’t be using it to get more hands-on with Rust? Learning any language involves reading existing code and writing a lot of sample programs. That's a good way to become proficient in a language. However, there's a third way: debugging code.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 16:23:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install LAMP stack on Ubuntu 22.04

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The LAMP is a shortcut to Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP. The Linux operating system in this tutorial will be the latest Ubuntu 22.04.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 18:42:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox 104 Enters Beta Testing with Two-Finger Swipe Back/Forward Gesture on Linux

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With Firefox 103 out the door, Mozilla’s engineers are now focusing their efforts on the next major Firefox release, Firefox 104, which was promoted to the beta channel a couple of days ago.

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 20:44:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Program an Arduino With a Raspberry Pi

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The Raspberry Pi is a computer powerful enough to program a microcontroller. Here's how to program an Arduino with a Raspberry Pi!

[#] Sat Jul 30 2022 23:03:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Top 10 Kdenlive Features for Faster Video Editing Beginner's Guide

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A list of 10 Kdenlive features, that will empower you to create stunning videos with some easy steps and instructions.

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