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[#] Fri May 31 2024 19:22:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Self-Host Immich: Open Source Google Photos Alternative

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Immich is a free and open source alternative to Google Photos, with a focus on privacy. Both the server software and the mobile client application, are developed in the open on GitHub. Thanks to the container technology, deploying a private, self-hosted instance of Immich is quite easy. In this tutorial, we learn how to run a self-hosted Immich instance using Docker, to manage and backup our photos and videos.

https://linuxconfig.org/introduction-to-immich-the-open-source-alternative-to-google-photos

[#] Fri May 31 2024 20:38:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Kdenlive 24.05 Debuts with Multi-Format Rendering

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Kdenlive 24.05 open-source video editor brings multi-format rendering, faster clip handling, automatic subtitle translations, and more.

https://linuxiac.com/kdenlive-24-05-debuts-with-multi-format-rendering/

[#] Fri May 31 2024 21:54:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A great journey towards Fedora CoreOS and bootc

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This article describes the process of converting Fedora Server with a container-based workload to use Fedora CoreOS and bootc.

https://fedoramagazine.org/a-great-journey-towards-fedora-coreos-and-bootc/

[#] Fri May 31 2024 22:55:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Wayland 1.23 Released, Here’s What’s New

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Wayland 1.23 display server protocol released, featuring improved debugging aids, new enum-header modes, and OpenBSD support.

https://linuxiac.com/wayland-1-23-released/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 00:11:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Clone Permissions from Another File or Directory on Linux

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In this article, we will explore how to clone permissions from one file or directory to another on a Linux system. This is a common task that can save time and ensure consistency across your file system. By using a few simple commands, you can easily duplicate the permissions of any file or directory to another, maintaining the desired access control settings.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-clone-permissions-from-another-file-or-directory-on-linux

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 01:28:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Systemd-Free and Immutable Distro Nitrux 3.5 Is Here with Mesa 24.1, NVIDIA 555

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Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 3.5 as the latest ISO snapshot of this systemd-free, immutable, and Debian-based GNU/Linux distribution built around the KDE Plasma desktop.

https://9to5linux.com/systemd-free-and-immutable-distro-nitrux-3-5-is-here-with-mesa-24-1-nvidia-555

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 02:44:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to whitelist an IP in Fail2ban on Debian Linux

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How to whitelist an IP in Fail2ban on Debian Linux. Fail2Ban is used to protect servers against brute force attacks. Fail2ban uses iptables to block attackers, so, if we want to add permanent IP address and never be blocked, we must add it in the config file.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-whitelist-an-ip-in-fail2ban-on-debian-wheezy

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 04:00:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Software: May 2024 Updates

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Here are the latest updates to our compilation of recommended software. We’ve really pulled all the stops out this month and published a gargantuan number of updates.

https://linuxlinks.com/best-free-open-source-software-may-2024-updates/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 05:16:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Endless OS 6: How desktop Linux may look, one day

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EndlessOS 6 is a toughened and much-simplified immutable Debian 12 with a friendly GNOME-based desktop, aimed at kids, education, and novice users.

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/05/31/endless_os_6/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 06:33:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 3.5 Rolls Out with Important Updates

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Systemd-free distro Nitrux 3.5 is here with Liquorix kernel 6.8, KDE Plasma 5.27.11, a new AMD Vulkan driver, critical security updates, and more.

https://linuxiac.com/nitrux-3-5-rolls-out-with-important-updates/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 08:04:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Free Software is the Future, Open Source is Just Openwashing (Proprietary With a False Marketing Twist)

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Bruce, of Debian and OSI fame, spoke to me about a bunch of topics and gave me his phone number. One subject that came up was SFLC or Prof. Moglen, not necessarily in relation to the trademark dispute (over SFC, which seems to have resorted to the same serial defamation it had weaponised against other high-profile people).

https://techrights.org/n/2024/06/01/Free_Software_is_the_Future_Open_Source_is_Just_Openwashing_Pro.shtml

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 09:20:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: What is the OOM Killer on Linux?

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OOM killer is a shortcut to Out of Memory Killer and is a Linux component designed to prevent RAM exhaustion. The OOM Killer has one task, and that task is to check if there is enough available memory, and if there is not, then select a process to kill to free up some RAM. The situations with exhausted memory occur because the Linux kernel has over-allocated too much for its processes.

https://www.rosehosting.com/blog/oom-killer-on-linux/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 10:37:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux 6.10 Is Making It Much Easier To Deal With Quirky Touchscreens

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Right now when dealing with quirky/buggy touchscreens a C file needs to be manually manipulated and the Linux kernel recompiled. With a new "i2c_touchscreen_props" kernel command line option on its way to the mainline kernel, the process of overriding touchscreen properties is dramatically easier for those dealing with Linux on touchscreen-enabled devices.

https://www.phoronix.com/news/Linux-6.10-Easier-Quirky-Touch

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 11:53:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NetworkManager 1.48 Improves Detection of 6 GHz Band Capability for Wi-Fi Devices

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NetworkManager 1.48 open-source tool for managing network connections on a Linux-based operating system is now available for download as a major update that introduces new features and improvements.

https://9to5linux.com/networkmanager-1-48-improves-detection-of-6-ghz-band-capability-for-wi-fi-devices

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 13:09:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Emby Media Server on Ubuntu 22.04

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Emby is an open-source alternative to Plex Media Server. This guide will show you how to install Emby Media Server on an Ubuntu 22.04 server. You will run Emby with Nginx as a reverse proxy and secure Emby via SSL/TLS certificates via Letsencrypt.

https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-install-emby-media-server-on-ubuntu-22-04/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 14:25:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Use Fsck Command To Check And Repair Linux File Systems (2024 Update)

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Need to fix or diagnose disk errors on your Linux system? Our guide provides 20 useful fsck commands with examples to check and repair Linux file systems.

https://ostechnix.com/fsck-command-examples/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 15:41:52 EDT from rss <>

Subject: CentOS 7’s Final Countdown: 30 Days Left Until Support Ends

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CentOS 7 users, time's running out! Support ends June 30, 2024. Switch to a new Linux distribution ASAP. Here are the possible upgrade paths.

https://linuxiac.com/centos-7-has-30-days-left-until-support-ends/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 16:58:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Understanding Linux Filesystems: Inodes, Block Sizes, and Data Structures

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A filesystem is a fundamental component of any operating system. It is the system that manages how data is stored and retrieved on a storage device. In the world of Linux, filesystems play a crucial role in the organization and efficiency of data handling. With several types of filesystems available, understanding their underlying structures and functions is essential for anyone working with Linux, whether you're a system administrator, developer, or an enthusiast.

https://www.linuxjournal.com/content/understanding-linux-filesystems-inodes-block-sizes-and-data-structures

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 18:14:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Windows Subsystem for Linux gets enterprise friendly and plans a settings interface

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Scared of editing a config file? There'll soon be a GUI for that. The Windows Subsystem for Linux is due to receive a user interface for settings as well as management enhancements to make the platform more attractive to enterprise administrators.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/05/31/windows_subsystem_for_linux_gets/

[#] Sat Jun 01 2024 19:30:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Lite 7.0 “Galena” Officially Released with Xfce 4.18, Based on Ubuntu 24.04 LTS

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Linux Lite developer Jerry Bezencon announced today the release and general availability of Linux Lite 7.0 as the latest version of this Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the lightweight Xfce desktop environment.

https://9to5linux.com/linux-lite-7-0-galena-officially-released-with-xfce-4-18-based-on-ubuntu-24-04-lts

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