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[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 08:08:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Double, double toil and trouble – NVIDIA drivers

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This is a personal post mostly representing anecdotal information sharing my personal experience with the ASUS NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti graphics card tested exclusively under Ubuntu 22.10. It captures issues I’ve experienced, together with a few workarounds.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 10:34:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Jupyter Notebook on Ubuntu 22.04

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Jupyter Notebook is a free, open-source, and web-based interactive computing platform that allows users to edit and run documents via a web browser. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install Jupyter Notebook on Ubuntu 22.04.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 13:00:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MEAN Stack on Ubuntu 22.04

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The MEAN stack is a free and open-source JavaScript-based framework used for developing web applications. The MEAN is made from four key technologies MongoDB, Express, Angular, and Node.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 15:10:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Remote Desktop Clients for Ubuntu and Other Linux

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A list of the best and latest remote desktop clients for Ubuntu and other Linux distributions with their features, and install instructions.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 17:35:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 2.5 Is Here as One of the First Distros Powered by Linux 6.0 and KDE Plasma 5.26

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Uri Herrera announced today the general availability of Nitrux 2.5 as the newest, freshest, and most advanced ISO release of this Debian-based distribution built around the KDE Plasma-based NX Desktop environment.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 20:00:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Get started with Parseable, an open source log storage and observability platform

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Get started with Parseable, an open source log storage and observability platform. Log data is one of the fastest-growing segments across data storage. It's also one of the most complicated spaces. There are several products and solutions with overlapping use cases and confusing marketing. This article looks at Parseable, a log storage and observability platform. Parseable is geared towards a better user experience, with an easy-to-deploy and use interface and a simple, cloud-native architecture. I'll also show how to set up Parseable with FluentBit to store logs.

[#] Tue Nov 01 2022 22:26:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: First Arch Linux ISO Release Powered by Linux Kernel 6.0 Is Now Available for Download

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Arch Linux 2022.11.01 was released today as Arch Linux’s first ISO snapshot to be powered by the latest and greatest Linux 6.0 kernel series for those of you who planned a fresh installation of the lightweight, flexible, and rolling-release GNU/Linux distribution.

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 00:52:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 6.2: Latest release from distro with a misleading name

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One of the more popular Ubuntu-based flavors for new migrants from Windows. Linux Lite 6.2 is the latest version of this increasingly inaccurately named distro. In effect, it's a niftily customized remix of Xubuntu 22.04.1.…

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 03:18:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox patches Windows 11 Ctrl+C hang, introduces new bug

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Copying text now works without issue, so naturally pasting is getting iffy. Windows 11 and Firefox users who have experienced months of browser freezes when copying text, rejoice: there's finally a patch that eliminates the problem, which has been persistent since May.…

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 05:28:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OpenSSL 3.0.7 Fixes Two High-CVEs with Buffer Overflow

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Highly anticipated OpenSSL 3.0.7 is now out with two critical CVE fixes that impact the entire OpenSSL 3.0.0 series.

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 07:54:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat (IBM) Hyped Up a Fair Pair of Flaws That Isn't Critical, Isn't Actively Exploited, and Even Red Hat's Distro Isn't Patching Yet

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Fuelling Microsoft-affiliated and sometimes Microsoft-funded “news” (noise) sites, Red Hat — and to a lesser extent Fedora — exaggerated the severity of bugs a week before their details’ release (long and purposeless suspense); it’s a case of a boy who cries “wolf!” to get “likes” in Twitter and media coverage that relies on nothing but lousy (inaccurate) "tweets", where fact-checking is impeded by NDAs/embargo

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 10:20:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Transfer files and folders from Windows to Linux with WinSCP

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Sometimes you need to transfer files over a network. There are lots of file sharing services out there, but most require that you send your file to the Internet. This seems like a long way to go (not to mention the privacy concerns) when two computers are right beside each other, or at least in the same building...

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 12:47:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 28.1 Released with Updated NVENC Presets, Virtual Camera Improvements

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The OBS Studio project released today OBS Studio 28.1 as the first major update to the latest 28.x series of this powerful, widely-used, free, open-source, and cross-platform live streaming and screen recording software for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows.

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 15:13:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Saving Money with Linux: Gaming

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Gaming is often synonymous with guzzling electricity. We explore ways to minimise your energy footprint while still having great fun.

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 17:07:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Wiki.js on Rocky Linux 9

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Wiki.js is an open-source, lightweight wiki software. It is built on the Node.js JavaScript framework. In this tutorial, you will learn to install Wiki.js on a Rocky Linux 9 server using the PostgreSQL database and Nginx server for proxying.

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 19:33:43 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Zorin OS 16.2: Shapeshifting desktop to help the Linux-wary feel more at home

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Pining for Windows XP? Update to the last major release can do thatZorin OS 16.2 is a friendlier and more feature-rich distro than its parent Ubuntu 20.04, with a lot of updates and bundled apps.…

[#] Wed Nov 02 2022 22:00:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Achieve smart home interoperability with open source technology

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Advertisers sell the myth of the "Smart Home" as a magical world where you automate everything with ease to simplify your life and free your mind of trivial tasks. It looks great on paper and TV, but so far, it's mainly been a battle of technologies and manufacturers.

[#] Thu Nov 03 2022 00:10:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: TrueNAS 13.0 Released, Adding Significant New Components

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TrueNAS 13.0 open storage is a major release bringing improved performance, scalability, and reliability in subsequent releases. It has some of the best features you can find in NAS software, such as data snapshots, a self-repair file system, encryption of data volumes, and so on.

[#] Thu Nov 03 2022 02:36:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux world gains ability to repair exFAT drives

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FAT ain't dead, and the modern version can get big. Really bigIn case you thought the FAT filesystem died out with Windows ME – and good riddance – we have bad news for you. Several versions of it are alive, well, and essential to modern PCs, cameras, phones, fondleslabs, and more. The good news is, you'll soon be able to fix the FS with Linux.…

[#] Thu Nov 03 2022 05:02:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Advanced Guide to Using nslookup in Linux

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Here we show you how to use nslookup in Linux to troubleshoot DNS issues. We also discuss some of the more advanced features of this tool.

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