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[#] Fri Jan 26 2024 23:38:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Consul Server on Ubuntu 22.04

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Consul is a modern platform for service discovery that allows you to register services via DNS and HTTP interface. It also offers a Service mesh feature that enables secure connections via TLS and provides authorization between services.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 01:40:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Yazi - terminal file manager

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Yazi is billed as a blazingly fast TUI file manager with asynchronous support. This is free and open source software.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 03:57:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: Redcore Linux Hardened 2401 Released, Here’s What’s New

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Gentoo-based Redcore Linux Hardened 2401 rolls out with Linux kernel 6.6, PipeWire by default, and a new Sisyphus backend.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 06:14:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: Budgie Desktop’s 2024 Roadmap Unveiled

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Celebrating 2023's successes, Budgie Desktop sets ambitious goals for 2024, focusing on the Wayland transition and Budgie 11.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 08:17:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install PrestaShop on Rocky Linux 9

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PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce web application written using Symfony PHP framework. It allows you to design, build, and host an online store to sell products, receive payments, and manage all related aspects. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Prestashop on a Rocky Linux 9 server.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 10:35:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 6.7 Released with Various Security Improvements

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The release of Linux kernel 6.7 introduces various security features and updates. One notable improvement mentioned in the article is the update to the crypto subsystem, which focuses on reducing the use of insecure and obsolete crypto hashing algorithms. Removing SHA1 support for signing kernel modules or importing X.509 certificates and eliminating MD4 and MD5 hashing raises important security concerns. This highlights the Linux community's commitment to staying ahead of emerging threats and ensuring the robustness of the platform.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 12:37:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Flathub Surpasses One Million Active Users Milestone

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Flathub emerges as Linux's preferred app store with a one million active users milestone.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 14:58:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: Flathub Now Has Over One Million Active Flatpak App Users

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After hitting one billion downloads in May 2023, Flathub, the home of hundreds of apps and games for Linux, reached another huge milestone, one million active users (and growing).

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 17:00:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: EndeavourOS Galileo Neo Released with Linux Kernel 6.7 and Improved Installer

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Bryan Poerwo of EndeavourOS announced today the release of the Galileo Neo update to the EndeavourOS Galileo release bringing a new kernel for better hardware support and some bug fixes.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 19:18:16 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Land Before Linux: Let's talk about the Unix desktops

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It takes more than open source, it takes open standards and consensusOpinion Today, thanks to Android and ChromeOS, Linux is an important end-user operating system. But, before Linux, there were important Unix desktops, although most of them never made it.…

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 21:35:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Disable IPv6 on Ubuntu 24.04

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Ubuntu 24.04, like its predecessors, supports IPv6 by default. However, there are times when you might need to disable IPv6, whether for compatibility reasons, testing purposes, or specific network requirements. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the steps to check if IPv6 is enabled on your system, how to disable it, and how to verify that it has been disabled.

[#] Sat Jan 27 2024 23:37:32 EST from rss <>

Subject: BlueSMiRF v2 High-Speed ESP32-Based Module with Duplex Transmissions up to 921600bps

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SparkFun has just unveiled the latest addition to its BlueSMiRF lineup – a compact and advanced wireless module that maintains the familiar form-factor of its predecessors. Designed for seamless compatibility, it effortlessly integrates with Arduino boards and other devices featuring 6-pin serial connectors, enhancing its utility in a wide range of applications. According to the […]

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 01:54:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: EndeavourOS Released Galileo Neo, Here’s What’s New

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EndeavourOS Galileo Neo comes with Linux kernel 6.7.1, an improved installer, and KDE Plasma offline options fixes.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 03:56:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Get Linux Apps: The 7 Ways To Do It

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This is a detailed article we created for new users on how they can get apps and software on their favourite Linux distribution.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 06:14:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: (Updated) Milk-V Unveils World's First RISC-V Open Source 10G Ethernet Switch

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Milk-V recently released specifications for the Milk-V Vega which is described as the first RISC-V 10 Gigabit Ethernet Switch implemented on the FSL1030M network switch chip. The company also mentions that the device is built on an open-source Linux system. The product announcement highlights that the FSL91030M is based on the UX608 uCore by Nuclei […]

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 08:32:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: What is Level 3 Support, and How Does it Help Your Online Business?

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Level 3 Support is the highest tier of technical support a hosting company can provide you with. Unlike level 1 or 2, level 3 support can be provided only by the most knowledgeable, skilled, and tenured professionals. Additionally, they need to have extensive knowledge of tools and resources to resolve your issue directly.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 10:34:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: Top 3 Promising Linux Desktop Distros in 2024

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Venturing beyond the well-trodden paths of mainstream distributions, I've delved into the realm of lesser-known alternatives that promise distinctive and inventive approaches in 2024. While your preferences may differ, I invite you to explore my curated list of the top 3 most promising distributions in 2024. Although not universally recognized, these distributions are expected to bring noteworthy contributions marked by genuine creativity. Without prolonging the anticipation, let's dive into their introduction.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 12:51:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux-Based SystemRescue 11 Released with Linux Kernel 6.6 LTS

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Arch Linux-based SystemRescue 11 live Linux toolkit for system rescue and recovery tasks has been released today with a newer kernel, new packages, and various enhancements.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 15:08:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: 5 Compelling Reasons Why You Should Learn Linux

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Linux is a powerful OS that fuels our modern interconnected world. Learn what makes it tick and why you should learn how to use Linux today.

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 17:10:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Parch Linux: A Simple Arch-Based Distribution for All

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We review Parch Linux, based on Arch Linux and relatively new in the distribution space.

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