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[#] Thu May 30 2024 21:08:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: System insights with command-line tools: lscpu and lsusb

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Introduction Fedora (and other common Linux setups out there) offers you an array of tools for managing, monitoring, and understanding the system. Among these tools are a series of commands that begin with ls (for “list”). They provide easy insights into various aspects of the system’s hardware and resources. This article series gives you an […]

[#] Thu May 30 2024 22:09:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NethSecurity 8.0 Open Source Linux Firewall Released

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NethSecurity 8.0 is a robust Linux firewall with new features, including MultiWAN, DPI filter, enhanced threat protection, and more.

[#] Thu May 30 2024 23:10:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 46.2 Released with Various Improvements and Bug Fixes

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The GNOME Project released today GNOME 46.2 as the second maintenance update to the latest GNOME 46 “Kathmandu” desktop environment series bringing more bug fixes and small improvements.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 00:11:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Understanding the ls Command with a Long Listing Format Output and Permission Bits

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The ls command is one of the most frequently used commands in Linux and Unix-like operating systems. It lists the contents of a directory, and when used with various options, it can provide detailed information about files, including permissions, ownership, size, and modification dates. This article delves into the ls command’s long listing format output and how to interpret permission bits.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 01:12:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple DVD Player

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DVD Player plays DVDs using your built-in DVD drive or an external DVD drive.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 02:13:12 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Real-Time Kernel Now Available On Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

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Similar to the real-time kernel for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Canonical announced today the availability of their new real-time "RT" kernel for Ubuntu 24.04 LTS. But like with the existing Ubuntu RT kernels, this real-time support is limited to Ubuntu Pro subscriptions.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 03:29:27 EDT from rss <>

Subject: System76’s Darter Pro Linux Laptop Gets 16:10 Display, Intel Core Ultra CPUs

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Linux hardware vendor System76 unveiled today the latest generation of the Darter Pro Linux-powered ultrabook featuring Intel Core Ultra processors with Intel Arc graphics, an upgraded display, and other improvements.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 04:45:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to List Logged-in Users Using w Command in Linux

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In this article, you will learn how to check all the logged-in users in your system using the w command, including its different options (with practical examples).

[#] Fri May 31 2024 06:02:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: openSUSE Aeon – A Lazy Developer’s Dream OS

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In this detailed blog post, we will explore what openSUSE Aeon is and how it benefits lazy developers to get things done efficiently.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 07:19:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Optimize the apt Package Manager on Debian-Based Linux Distributions

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When it comes to Linux and installing software via the package manager, you can always ensure the system will be aware of the package, updates are easily applied and systems can always be repaired (should they go awry).

[#] Fri May 31 2024 08:20:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu 24.04 Now Offers a Real-Time Kernel, But There’s a Catch

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Canonical launched a real-time kernel for Ubuntu 24.04 LTS optimized for mission-critical apps but available only to users with a PRO subscription.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 09:52:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedoras New Web-Based Installer UI Delayed Yet Again... Now In 2025 With Fedora 42

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FEDORAIt's been more than two years now talking about the Anaconda installer for Fedora/RHEL shifting to a web-based UI. Going back to Fedora 37 have been previews and plans for getting this modern user interface up to parity but it's been a long road. With repeated delays, there's at least one more delay: the Anaconda web UI was just shifted from Fedora 41 to Fedora 42.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 11:08:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 22 Best Free and Open Source Linux Application Launchers

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Application launchers play an integral part in making the Linux desktop a more productive environment to work and play.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 12:25:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Manage File and Folder Permissions in Linux

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From the beginning, Linux has made it possible for admins and users to get fairly granular with file and folder permissions. From the user perspective, it’s simple: If you created a file, you own it and have permission to read or write to the file. But that doesn’t always apply to the ability to execute a file. For that, you have to add an extra permission.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 13:10:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Caddy 2.8 Web Server Is Here with Many Improvements

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Caddy 2.8 web & reverse proxy server arrives as a massive update with major improvements. Here's more on that!

[#] Fri May 31 2024 13:56:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Campaign to 'End' Richard Stallman - Part IV - The Legitimate Concerns

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When they say "hitting on women" it usually means asking on a date or similar, politely

[#] Fri May 31 2024 14:27:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Extract Files from an RPM Package Archive

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RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) is a package management system used primarily in Red Hat-based distributions like RHEL, CentOS, and Fedora. Sometimes, you may need to extract files from an RPM package without installing it, either for inspection or to use certain files in a different context. This article will guide you through the steps to extract files from an RPM package archive.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 15:43:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Superfile: A Modern Terminal File Manager for Linux and macOS

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Discover a new CLI file manager named Superfile, learn how to install it, use it with different key bindings, and install plugins and themes.

[#] Fri May 31 2024 17:01:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Wayland 1.23 Released With OpenBSD Support

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Simon Ser today released Wayland 1.23 for this core Wayland code that brings some minor enhancements, bug fixes, and Wayland protocol clarifications...

[#] Fri May 31 2024 18:05:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Sublime Text on Ubuntu (and Other Linux Distros)

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Discover a step-by-step guide to installing sublime text 4 on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions, then the usage of package control.

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