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[#] Thu May 25 2023 08:33:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Dive into the Top 5 Gorgeous Arch Linux Distributions

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A list of the best and most beautiful Arch Linux distribution which gives you out-of-the-box stunning visual desktop and experience.

[#] Thu May 25 2023 10:40:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Install Google Chrome on Rocky Linux 9 or 8 with DNF or Flatpak

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Learn how to install Google Chrome on Rocky Linux 9 or 8 via DNF, granting access to stable, beta, or unstable versions. Alternatively, explore the Flatpak route, leveraging the reliable Flathub repository with both stable and unstable options available.

[#] Thu May 25 2023 13:03:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Gitea on Debian 11

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Gitea is an open-source Git service written in the Go language. It is a version control platform similar to GitHub. It is robust and scalable and offers many features, including issues and time tracking, repository branching, file locking, tagging, merging, and many others. Since Gitea was created using the Go language, it supports a lot of operating systems, including Linux, macOS, and Windows, on architectures like amd64, i386, ARM, PowerPC, and others.

[#] Thu May 25 2023 15:11:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Unleashing the Power of GitOps with Codefresh: The World's Most Modern CI/CD Platform.

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Explore Codefresh, the innovative CI/CD platform empowering GitOps for streamlined and efficient software deployment processes.

[#] Thu May 25 2023 17:35:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Pico-ITX board comes with i.MX8M Plus processor, dual MIPI CSI and PoE support

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Estone Technology just launched an embedded board based on the NXP i.MX8M Plus processor along with a 2.3 TOPS Neural Processing Unit. Some of the features found include a RJ45 port and an onboard voice DSP.  The EMB-2239 is another single board computer integrating this quad-core NXP processor similarly to the eDM-SBC-iMX8MP from DATA MODUL […]

[#] Thu May 25 2023 19:59:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Which Ubuntu Flavor Should You Choose

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Choosing an Ubuntu flavor can be difficult for a new user. Learn what makes each of them great to pick the right one for you.

[#] Thu May 25 2023 22:08:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MariaDB on Ubuntu 22.04

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In this tutorial, we are going to install in step-by-step detail the MariaDB database service on Ubuntu 22.04 OS.MariaDB is an open-source relational database management system (RDBMS) developed mostly by MySQL developers. It is written in C, C++, Perl, and Bash.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 00:33:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Website Maitenance checklist

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Just like a car or house, your website requires regular maintenance to keep everything running smoothly and efficiently. Website maintenance is the process of regularly checking for issues, fixing errors, and updating content. This ensures that a website remains up-to-date, secure and relevant to the needs of your visitors. It’s an essential aspect of managing a website that many businesses and individuals overlook or underestimate. Only to regret it later when problems arise.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 13:39:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat releases Service Interconnect to help connect applications securely

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Red Hat is not a networking vendor, but it does play a strong supporting role in the networking ecosystem overall.Wright noted that while his company is not necessarily in the business of low-level data center infrastructure networking gear, such as switches and routers, Red Hat’s software does integrate and touch all the low-level gear in one way or another.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 15:58:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 15 Essential Linux Commands Every Beginner Should Know

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Discover the essential Linux commands every beginner needs to know. Master the basics and navigate the Linux command line with ease.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 18:17:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Test Ansible Roles with Molecule and Docker

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Ansible Molecule is a tool used for testing and validating Ansible roles and playbooks in multiple scenarios. It helps automate the testing of Ansible code and ensures that it will work as intended when applied to target servers. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up and test Ansible Roles automatically via Molecule and Docker.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 20:36:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Weston 12.0: Highlights and changes

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Released last week, Weston 12.0 brings a number of highlights including two new backends, support for multiple scanout devices, and the addition of new protocol implementations. Here's a look at some of the changes that have landed in this new version.

[#] Fri May 26 2023 22:55:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Pre-launch Countdown to the Debian 12 Release Has Begun

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The wait is almost over! Debian 12 (Bookworm) is now in the full freeze, the last phase before the final stable release.

[#] Sat May 27 2023 01:13:40 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Burp Suite on Linux

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Burp Suite is popular among developers and QA testers to a large extent. This guide shows how to install Burp Suite on Linux.

[#] Sat May 27 2023 03:22:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: PyPI subpoenaed: US govt demands data on developers

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Python package packhouse ponders privacy positionIn March and April, three subpoenas seeking data on users of PyPI, the Python Package Index, were presented to the Python Software Foundation (PSF).…

[#] Sat May 27 2023 05:41:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Apache Solr on AlmaLinux 9

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Apache Solr or Solr is an enterprise-grade search platform based on the Apache Lucene library. In this tutorial you will learn how to install Apache Solr on an AlmaLinux 9 server. You will also set up MaxHeapMemory for Solr, set limits and set up basic authentication for Solr.

[#] Sat May 27 2023 08:01:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Red Hat promises AI trained on 'curated' and 'domain-specific' data

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Says it'll keep track of what it hoovers up at post-layoff summitOpinion In Red Hat land, some things remain the same – Fedora will still be supported, we're told – while others, AI-driven applications, are starting to surface.…

[#] Sat May 27 2023 16:39:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Intel Arc GPUs Working Out-of-the-Box on Ubuntu 23.04

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Ten months after Intel released their first line of dedicated GPUs, out-of-the-box support with Linux has arrived with the release of Ubuntu 23.04.

[#] Sat May 27 2023 18:57:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Top 10 Debian-Based Linux Distributions for Everyone

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Comparison and feature highlights of ten Debian-based Linux distributions with their key offerings use cases and with a bonus list.

[#] Sat May 27 2023 21:14:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debix Model B SBC targets industrial embedded applications

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The Debix Model B is a single board computer integrating the NXP i.MX8M Plus processor with 2.3 TOPs NPU and with extended operating temperature range. The new embedded device comes in a Raspberry Pi form-factor and offers similar peripherals.   The company states that the only difference between the Debix Model A launched last year and […]

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