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[#] Fri May 17 2024 14:13:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Nessus Vulnerability Scanner on Debian 12

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Nessus is an open-source network vulnerability scanner for vulnerability assessments, penetration testing, and ethical hacking. In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the Nessus Network Security Scanner installation on the Debian 12 server. You will also perform the first host scan with Nessus to detect security vulnerabilities against target hosts.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 15:45:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: EPIC Mainboard with PCIe x4 Slot and Dual 2.5 GbE Ports

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EPIC Mainboard with PCIe x4 Slot and Dual 2.5 GbE PortsThe NANO-EHL by ICP Germany is an EPIC single board computer designed for robust performance and flexibility in industrial applications. Equipped with the Intel Celeron J6412 processor, this board targets automation, control systems, panel PCs, vending machines, and other embedded systems.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 16:46:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Understanding the /proc/cpuinfo File in Linux

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Learn about the /proc/cpuinfo file in Linux, the different sections inside it, more about its flags, and how to use it to write shell scripts.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 17:47:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to create a symlink on Linux

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Because everything in Linux is treated as a file, using links adds flexibility to create mappings to certain files or directories. There are hard links and soft links. A symlink, also called a symbolic link, is a file that points to another file or directory on the server. Except for files and directories, the symlinks can point to pipes or even other symlinks, which creates symbolic link chains.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 19:03:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Configure Meilisearch on Debian 12

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Meilisearch is an open-source search engine written in Rust language. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Meilisearch in production on a Debian 12 server and use it to perform several simple searches.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 20:04:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Winamp Becomes Open Source under the FreeLLama Name

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Winamp, the iconic music player, reinvigorates nostalgia as it turns open source under FreeLLama, inviting global devs to evolve its legacy.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 21:05:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Narrator

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Narrator is a screen reader. It’s proprietary software and not available for Linux.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 22:36:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Understanding Ownership and Access Control for Enhanced Security

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In the digital age, securing files and controlling access to them is paramount. File permissions play a crucial role in maintaining the integrity and confidentiality of data. This article delves into the intricacies of file permissions, ownership, and access control, providing a guide to understanding and managing these aspects effectively.

[#] Fri May 17 2024 23:53:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7-Zip 24.05 Expands Archive Compatibility

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7-Zip 24.05 file archiver introduces speed optimizations for decompression, support for new archive types, and enhanced hash algorithm capabilities.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 01:24:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: You Can Now Install Linux Kernel 6.9 on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS, Here’s How

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Linux 6.9 is now the latest stable kernel and Ubuntu users can install it on their machines via the official Ubuntu Mainline Kernel PPA archive. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to do that using GUI or CLI methods.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 02:56:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 47 Will Be Released on September 18

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Discover the full release schedule for the GNOME 47 desktop environment, detailing all upcoming development phases.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 04:27:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Registration Open: Fedora 40 Release Party on May 24-25

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Join us next weekend on Friday and Saturday, May 24-25 to celebrate the release of Fedora Linux 40! We’re going to be hearing from community members inside and outside of the Fedora Project on what is new in Fedora 40, what we can look forward to next, and how we come together as a community. […]

[#] Sat May 18 2024 05:59:06 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Neovim 0.10 Text Editor: What’s New and What’s Changed

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Neovim 0.10 terminal text editor brings a fresh default color scheme, built-in commenting, major Terminal UI enhancements, and more.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 07:30:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install OpenProject on Debian 12

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OpenProject is a project management software written in Ruby on Rails and AnguilarJS. This tutorial will walk you through the OpenProject project management software installation on the Debian 12 server.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 09:02:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: This Python compiler can converts code into bytecode, enhancing execution speed by up to 10-100x.

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Learn about the Codon compiler, how to use it to compile an existing Python program into byte code like C/C++, and how to get multi-threading.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 10:49:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox 127 Enters Beta Testing with Updated Screenshot Tool, Other Changes

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With Firefox 126 out the door, Mozilla has promoted the next major release of its open-source and cross-platform web browser, Firefox 127, to the beta channel for public testing.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 12:38:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Gentoo and NetBSD ban 'AI' code, but Debian doesn't -- yet

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The problem isn't just that LLM-bot generated code is bad – it's where it came fromComment The Debian project has decided against joining Gentoo Linux and NetBSD in rejecting program code generated with the assistance of LLM tools, such as Github's Copilot.…

[#] Sat May 18 2024 14:25:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Oracle Linux 9.4 Released, Here’s What’s New

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Oracle Linux 9.4 offers the latest programming tools and strict security measures to ensure enterprise stability. Here's more on that.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 16:15:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to extract XZ compressed archive on Linux

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XZ is a widely used compression format that provides high compression ratios. It is commonly used for compressing files in Linux environments due to its efficiency and compatibility. Extracting XZ compressed archives on Linux can be accomplished using various command-line tools. In this article, we will guide you through the detailed steps of extracting XZ compressed files on a Linux system.

[#] Sat May 18 2024 17:48:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NetBSD’s New Policy: No Place for AI-Created Code

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NetBSD bans AI-generated code to preserve clear copyright and meet licensing goals. Here's more on that.

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