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[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 11:39:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to check and tune power consumption with Powertop on Linux

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Powertop is a free and open source utility developed by Intel to monitor power consumption on Linux. The tool is able to display and export reports about the estimated discharge rate, and statics about processors and devices behavior. It also lets us easily tune some kernel parameters on the fly in order maximize battery life. In this tutorial we see how to install Powertop on some of the most used Linux distributions, and how to use it to monitor power consumption.

[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 14:05:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Find Linux Desktop Screen Resolution From Command Line

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Learn how to find your Linux desktop screen resolution from command line using xrandr and xdpyinfo commands.

[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 16:14:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Enable AVIF Thumbnails in Nautilus and Support for Other GTK Apps

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In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to enable thumbnails for AVIF (AV1) images in the Nautilus file manager, as well as AVIF image support for other GTK apps that do not support this format by default.

[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 18:24:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Rhino Linux 2023.2 Brings Fully Functional LUKS Disk Encryption

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Rhino Linux 2023.2 arrives, boasting Linux kernel 6.5 and with changes both visually and under the hood. Here’s what’s new!

[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 20:51:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: antiX 23 Systemd-Free Linux Distro Released Based on Debian 12

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Powered by Linux kernel 6.1, antiX 23, codenamed “Arditi del Popolo,” comes with the latest IceWM 3.4.1 and an updated software stack. Here's what's new!

[#] Wed Aug 30 2023 23:01:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: This profiler chatbot promises to help speed up your Python - we can believe it

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Scalene, Scalene, Scalene, Scalene, I'm beggin' of you please improve my code. Interview To make Python code run faster, you can now get performance optimization advice from the Scalene Python profiler and its associated chatbot – and mostly its recommendations help.…

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 01:27:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Set or Modify the Path Variable in Linux

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The Linux command line is a powerful tool that gives you complete control over your system. But to unleash its full potential, you must understand the environment in which it operates. One crucial component of this environment is the PATH variable. It's like a guide that directs the system to where it can find the programs you're asking it to run. In this article, we will delve into what the PATH variable is, why it's important, and how to modify it to suit your needs.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 03:37:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 5 Is Here Based on Debian GNU/Linux 12.1

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Patrick d’Emmabuntüs from the Emmabuntüs Collective informs today about the release and general availability of Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 5 1.00 as the latest stable version of this GNU/Linux distribution for refurbishing old computers.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 06:04:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Machine Learning in Linux: ImaginAIry – Pythonic generation of images

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ImaginAIry is Python-based software for generating Stable Diffusion images. It’s primarily designed for the command-line but there’s a web frontend in development.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 09:35:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Software August 2023 Updates

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Here are the latest updates to our compilation of recommended software. 44 in total making our biggest update ever!

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 11:51:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Play The Classic Snake Game In Linux Terminal

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Play the classic Snake game in your terminal! This minimalist text-based (TUI) game is easy to learn but difficult to master.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 14:17:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is Kali Linux? Everything to know about the popular Linux distro

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Kali Linux itself is derived from Debian, one of the oldest and most popular Linux distros. It was initially designed in 2013 for penetration testing and security analysis. Like most distros, it's an open-source project.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 16:27:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Zabbix Monitoring Tool on Ubuntu 22.04

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Zabbix is a powerful open-source monitoring solution to monitor IT infrastructure. With Zabbix, you can monitor various IT components, including networks, servers, virtual machines, and cloud services.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 18:54:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Rocky Linux Confirmed to Remain 1:1 Fully Compatible with RHEL

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In a statement about OpenELA, Rocky Linux confirmed its commitment to remaining a 1:1 fully compatible drop-in replacement to RHEL.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 21:04:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Terraform on Ubuntu Server 22.04

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Terraform is an open-source infrastructure automation tool that allows you to deploy and manage hundreds of servers via a command-line interface. This tutorial will explain how to install Terraform on Ubuntu 22.04.

[#] Thu Aug 31 2023 23:30:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LinuxFoundation Offers Computer Architecture Course w/ Industrial RISC-V Core

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Earlier this month, the Linux Foundation launched a free course on the online learning platform edX. The organization has designed the course for computer science students, electrical and computer engineers, as well as professionals interested in gaining knowledge about RISC-V.  The program provides participants with practical exposure to RISC-V computer architecture, guiding them in creating […]

[#] Fri Sep 01 2023 01:40:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: With version 117, Firefox finally speaks Chrome's translation language

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It also beats its main rival in some speed tests nowThe latest version of the flagship FOSS browser is out, and it's picked up one of the main features for which we keep Chrome around.…

[#] Fri Sep 01 2023 03:51:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Integrate Collabora Online on Ubuntu 22.04

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In this tutorial, we are going to explain in step-by-step detail how to install Collabora Online on Ubuntu 22.04 OS.

[#] Fri Sep 01 2023 06:17:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Jellyfin Media Server on Debian 12

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Jellyfin is free software for building a media server. It lets you collect, manage, and stream your media files from multiple devices or clients. This guide will show you how to install the Jellyfin media server on Debian 12.

[#] Fri Sep 01 2023 16:35:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: antiX 23: Anarchic for sure, but 'design by committee' isn't always the best for Linux

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Still, it's blisteringly fast and systemd-free too. The latest release of antiX is Linux how it used to be, in the good way. It's not the friendliest, but it does everything – and, wow, it's fast.…

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