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[#] Tue Jan 17 2023 22:03:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: Here's what's going on in the world of extensions

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About one-third of Firefox users have installed an add-on before – whether it’s an extension to add powerful and customizable features or a visual theme to personalize the web browsing experience. But if you’re unfamiliar, add-ons are sort of like apps for your browser. They can add all kinds of features to Firefox to make […]

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 00:26:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Bringing the original native OS for Arm back from the brink

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Steve Revill of RISC OS Open chats to us about taking the project into the futureRetro Tech Week The mid-1980s codebase for RISC OS, the original native OS for the Arm processor, is still run on present-day hardware and actively maintained and developed. We spoke to RISC OS Open MD Steve Revill about its 26-bit origins, working to bring it to newer 32-bit Arm chips, and efforts to update its BSD-based network stack.…

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 02:46:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Apps Tour: Ventoy, a feature-rich utility to create bootable USB

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Ventoy is a free, open-source, cross-platform utility for creating bootable USB drives for Linux and Windows. It is feature-rich and supports most system images and computer architectures. This article highlights Ventoy's best features and teaches you how to configure and use this Rufus alternative.

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 05:11:35 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 5.27: Top New Features and Release Details

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The list of impressive features and enhancements of the KDE Plasma 5.27 desktop is arriving in February.

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 07:33:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Backing up to a Remote Server with SSH and rsync

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Writing a bash script to backup multiple directories on a local machine with rsync to a remote server.

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 09:57:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Quickest Way to Append Text at the Beginning of a File in Linux

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As you know, there are redirection operators, which allow you to append text to a file. When you use the [he]gt[/he][he]gt[/he] operator, the text is appended to the end of the file, while the [he]gt[/he] operator replaces the existing content.

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 16:01:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: GCompris 3.0 Educational Software Released with 8 New Activities, More

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The GCompris open-source and cross-platform educational software suite suitable for children aged 2 to 10 has been updated today to version 3.0, a major release that brings new features and improvements.

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 18:26:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Founder of FreeDOS recounts the story so far, and the future

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What is dead may never die, and it's all thanks to Jim Hall. Retro Tech Week The last mainstream DOS-based OS was Windows ME, which went out of support 20 years ago. And yet, thanks to free software, DOS lives on. We spoke to FreeDOS founder Jim Hall about how the project started and how it's progressing.…

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 20:48:57 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fanless Edge Computer features Xilinx Kria SoM

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Last month, Axiomtek launched the RSC201 Vision System based on the Kria K26 System-on-Module from Xilinx to target commercial and industrial applications. The RSC201 is equipped with one 1x GbE LAN port, 1x CAN bus, 1x 4K display, and 5G connectivity support. The Kria K26 SoM integrates a H.264/265 video codec and it has the […]

[#] Wed Jan 18 2023 23:09:15 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to become a Shortwave listener (SWL) with Fedora Linux and Software Defined Radio

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Catching signals from others is how we have started communicating as human beings. It all started, of course, with our vocal cords. Then we moved to smoke signals for long-distance communication. At some point, we discovered radio waves and are still using them for contact. This article will describe how you can tune in using Fedora Linux and […]

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 01:43:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Autostart Tmux Session On Remote System When Logging In Via SSH In Linux

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As a system admin, you may frequently access your remote servers via SSH. In this brief guide, I am going to explain why and how to autostart Tmux session on a remote system when logging in via SSH in Linux.

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 04:07:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install NetBox on Rocky Linux 9

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NetBox is an Infrastructure Resource Modelling (IRM) software designed for network automation and infrastructure engineering. In this tutorial, you will install NetBox IRM (Infrastructure Resource Management) on a Rocky Linux 9 server.

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 06:28:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: PQMusic – minimalistic audio player

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PQMusic is billed as a minimalistic and easy to use audio player. The software is written in the Python programming language. This is free and open source software.

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 08:50:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: 3 Best VPNs for Linux

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A real, non-sponsored look into the 3 best VPNs for Linux. In this article, we’ll explore the best VPNs for Linux.

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 11:06:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Wireguard VPN on Rocky Linux 9

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Wireguard is an open-source VPN protocol alternative to IPSec, IKEv2, and OpenVPN. This guide teaches you how to install and set up Wirgeuard Server on a Rocky Linux 9 server. You'll also learn how to set up a client machine to connect to the Wireguard server.

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 13:30:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Installing Google Chrome on Linux Mint: The Easy Way

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Want to use Chrome web browser on Linux Mint? Learn the easy way to install Google Chrome on Linux Mint in just a few simple steps!

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 15:52:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: Six years later, HPE and Oracle quietly shut door on Solaris lawsuit

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Bunfight over support for proprietary Unix operating system ends with a confidential whimperHPE and Oracle have settled their long-running legal case over alleged copyright infringement regarding Solaris software updates for HPE customers, but it looks like the nature of the settlement is going to remain under wraps.…

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 18:15:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install XWiki on Ubuntu 22.04

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XWiki is an open-source wiki software written in Java with a design emphasis on extensibility. It runs on a Servlet Container such as Tomcat, Jetty, JBoss, WebLogic, WebSphere, etc. Thousands of organizations are using this platform, making it the world’s leader in professional and collaborative Open Source solutions. In this tutorial, we will walk you through the installation of XWiki on Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish).

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 20:39:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Linux Foundation Announces Conference Schedule for Cassandra Summit 2023

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The world’s largest gathering of Apache Cassandra® community members features 60 sessions showcasing how organizations everywhere are bridging Cassandra to the future. SAN FRANCISCO, January 18, 2023 — The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the full schedule for Cassandra Summit, a 2-day conference focused on Apache Cassandra®… […]

[#] Thu Jan 19 2023 23:01:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: NVIDIA 525.85.05 Linux Graphics Driver Improves Suspend/Resume on UEFI Systems

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NVIDIA released today a new version of its proprietary graphics driver for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems, NVIDIA 525.85.05, a bugfix release that addresses a couple of issues and brings other changes.

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