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[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 02:18:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Introduces "ROME" 23.01: A New Rolling Release Edition

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A new rolling release-based edition OpenMandriva "ROME" 23.01 debuts with KDE Plasma, GNOME desktop flavours and some cool apps.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 04:43:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Lx 23.01: A Breath of Fresh Air for Distro Hoppers

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OpenMandriva is changing course by introducing the ROME rolling release, which makes its debut in OpenMandriva Lx 23.01.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 07:07:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fault-Tolerant SFTP scripting - Retry Failed Transfers Automatically

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The whole of modern networking is built upon an unreliable medium. Routing equipment has free license to discard, corrupt, reorder, or duplicate data which it forwards. The understanding of the IP layer in TCP/IP is that there are no guarantees of accuracy. No IP network can claim to be 100% reliable.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 09:30:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ventoy 1.0.87 Brings Support for Lenovo Product Recovery and Dell PER ISOs

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Ventoy 1.0.87 has been released today for this open-source and cross-platform bootable USB solution that lets you create multi-boot USB drives for ISO, WIM, IMG, VHD(x), and EFI files, supporting numerous OS types and platforms, including Linux, Unix, ChromeOS, VMware, Windows, WinPE, etc.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 11:49:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Time to Vote in Our Best Linux Distro 2022 Poll!

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Who’s going to get bragging rights this year? The last two times we did this, Arch was the winner — and the first time we did it, Ubuntu took home the prize. Call out the troops and get bragging rights by making your favorite our “Best Linux Distro.”

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 14:27:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to install Mastodon Social Network with Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

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Mastodon is a free, decentralized, and open-source social network. It was created as an alternative to Twitter. This tutorial will teach you how to set up your instance of Mastodon on a server with Ubuntu 22.04 using Docker.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 16:48:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Compact ethical hacking device based on RP2040 MCU

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Kickstarter recently featured the HackyPi which is an educational embedded device designed for ethical hacking and compatible with Python and C/C++. The device is based on the Raspberry Pi RP2040 and it can run scripts automatically by connecting it via USB. The HackyPi is powered by the Dual core RP2040 microcontroller from Raspberry Pi. RP2040 […]

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 19:09:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 44 Desktop Environment Is Slated for Release on March 22nd, 2023

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While you are probably enjoying your GNOME 43 desktop environment, the GNOME devs are already working hard on the next major release, GNOME 44, due out in late March 2023 with more new features and enhancements.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 21:33:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Use time-series data to power your edge projects with open source tools

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Gathering data as it changes over the passage of time is known as time-series data. Today, it has become a part of every industry and ecosystem. It is a large part of the growing IoT sector and will become a larger part of everyday people's lives. But time-series data and its requirements are hard to work with. This is because there are no tools that are purpose-built to work with time-series data. In this article, I go into detail about those problems and how InfluxData has been working to solve them for the past 10 years.

[#] Sun Jan 08 2023 23:51:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Users Get Massive Kernel Security Updates, More Than 20 Vulnerabilities Patched

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Canonical published today new kernel security updates for all of its supported Ubuntu Linux releases as a massive update that addresses more than 20 security vulnerabilities discovered by various researchers in the upstream kernels.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 02:09:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fancy a quick tour of DragonFly BSD 6.4?

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We buzz around new version of the other-other-other FOSS-xNix-that-isn't-Linux. Dragonfly BSD 6.4 is here, with various updates and new features, including a better hypervisor, improved support for AMD GPUs, and more.…

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 04:31:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: DebugPoint Weekly Newsletter #22.16: Flathub App Updates, Edubuntu Flavour, DragonFly BSD and More

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DebugPoint Weekly Newsletter #22.16: Flathub App Updates, New Edubuntu Flavour, DragonFly BSD Release and More.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 07:07:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: OpenMandriva Lx ROME Released as OpenMandriva’s Rolling-Release Edition

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OpenMandriva announced today the general availability of OpenMandriva Lx ROME as the rolling-release edition of this independently developed GNU/Linux distribution descendant from Mandriva Linux.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 09:27:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ventoy 1.0.87 has been released, along with a BSD Support Checksum and other changes

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A new version of Ventoy, 1.0.87, is now available for download from the releases page, but before you do, it’s a good idea to find out what’s new in this release.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 11:49:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 29.0 Released with Media Key Support on Linux, New Filters

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OBS Studio 29.0 is out today as a major release for this popular, free, open-source, and cross-platform software for live streaming and screen recording bringing new features and lots of improvements.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 16:03:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Strapi CMS on Ubuntu 22.04

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Strapi is an open-source, headless Content Management System (CMS) built with JavaScript (NodeJS). In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the community version of Strapi CMS on a Ubuntu 22.04 server, along with Nginx as a reverse proxy server.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 18:25:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Excellent Utilities: Nushell – flexible cross-platform shell with a modern feel

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Nushell is billed as a new type of shell. The aim of the project is to adopt the Unix philosophy of shells where pipes connect commands together. It’s written in the Rust programming language and published under the MIT license.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 20:46:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install phpBB Forum with Apache and free Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04

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phpBB is free and open-source forum software that provides a space for people to gather and communicate with each other. It is written in PHP and uses MariaDB as a database backend.

[#] Mon Jan 09 2023 23:10:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Linux sleep Command – Tutorial and Examples

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The sleep command is used to delay the execution of scripts or commands in Linux (and other Unix systems). In this beginner-friendly tutorial, we’ll show you how to use the sleep command on Linux and what it does, and we’ll include helpful examples.

[#] Tue Jan 10 2023 01:34:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install EndeavourOS: Step-by-Step Guide (with Dual-boot)

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A step-by-step guide with screenshots to install EndeavourOS in a standalone and dual-boot system with Windows.

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