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[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 18:05:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 8 Top Free and Open Source Clojure Web Frameworks

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When it comes to web development, there are many Clojure frameworks to choose. The choice depends on finding the right tool for the job at hand.

[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 19:21:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Void Linux Step by Step

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A simple step-by-step tutorial on how to install Void Linux in physical and virtual machine.

[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 19:37:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Happy 31st Birthday, FreeBSD!

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On National FreeBSD Day, we honor the open-source OS, a tech cornerstone since 1993. Happy 31st Birthday, FreeBSD!

[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 20:53:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: That PowerShell 'fix' for your root cert 'problem' is a malware loader in disguise

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Crafty criminals are targeting thousands of orgs around the world in social-engineering attacks that use phony error messages to trick users into running malicious PowerShell scripts.

[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 22:09:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Heroes Of Loot: Gauntlet Of Power is a fresh take on dungeon crawling with a very unique weapon

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If you absolutely love action-heavy dungeon crawlers like The Binding of Isaac, and the chaos from Vampire Survivors you're going to need to take a look at Heroes Of Loot: Gauntlet Of Power from Orangepixel.

[#] Wed Jun 19 2024 23:25:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: DeepComputing and Framework Preview New RISC-V Mainboard with JH7110 Processor

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DeepComputing and Framework have collaborated to introduce the first partner-developed Mainboard that features a RISC-V processor, marking a significant step in diversifying the Framework ecosystem and enhancing the accessibility of the RISC-V architecture.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 00:42:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Summit 2024 Location & Date Announced

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Fancy rubbing shoulders with the great and the good in the Ubuntu community, learning new things, seeing cool demos, and perhaps getting a bit merry with your fellow geeks? If so, make a date to attend the Ubuntu Summit, which this year is being held in The Hague, the Netherlands, from October 25-27th. As always, the Ubuntu Summit is free to attend, though you do need to register.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 01:43:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Do You Need to Be a Computer Wiz to Use Linux? 4 Misconceptions Debunked

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While Linux is the platform of choice for serious computer tinkerers and professionals, you don't have to be a geek, hacker, or even a nerd to use the premier open-source computing platform.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 02:59:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds Demotes "FORCE_NR_CPUS" Embedded Linux Option To Avoid Confusion

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The Linux kernel "FORCE_NR_CPUS" Kconfig option has been around a few years to force the number of CPU cores the kernel expects in order to allow for better compiler optimizations. When building a kernel targeted for a specific device/platform with a given number of CPU cores, the compiler can optimize CPU mask routines and shrink the size of the resulting kernel image rather than having to accommodate up to a dynamic upper-limit for the number of CPU cores to be found at boot time. Linus Torvalds himself has turned to demoting this CONFIG_FORCE_NR_CPUS option further to avoid confusion.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 04:15:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to disable NGINX logging on Linux

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Disabling logging in NGINX can be useful for various reasons, such as reducing disk usage, improving performance, or simply because you don’t need the logs for a particular application. This guide will walk you through the steps to disable access and error logging in NGINX on a Linux system.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 05:32:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GPU-accelerated VMs on Proxmox, XCP-ng? Here's what you need to know

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Go ahead, toss that old gaming card in your server — you know you want to. Broadcom's acquisition of VMware has sent many scrambling for alternatives. Two of the biggest beneficiaries of Broadcom's price hikes, at least on the free and open source side of things, have been the Proxmox VE and XCP-ng hypervisors. At the same time, interest in enterprise AI has taken off in earnest. With so many making the switch to these FOSS-friendly virtualization platforms, we figured at least some of you might be interested in passing a GPU or two through to your VMs to experiment with local AI workloads.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 06:48:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Use OpenFOAM to solve Computational Fluid Dynamics problems

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An overview of the installation and configuration of the OpenFOAM application which is used to solve Computational Fluid Dynamics problems.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 08:05:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Valkey gains momentum with broadening band of backers

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AlmaLinux and Broadcom added to list of partners for open source Redis fork. Momentum is building behind open source Redis alternative Valkey with the announcement of new partners including Broadcom, the AlmaLinux OS Foundation, and Instaclustr by NetApp.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 09:21:18 EDT from rss <>

Subject: AMD Announces ROCm 6.1.3 With Better Multi-GPU Support, Beta-Level WSL2

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AMD today announced the ROCm 6.1.3 open-source GPU compute stack. While a point release, this new ROCm revision comes with several notable refinements.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 10:37:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ElectricMaple joins WiVRn and ALVR in giving options to stream VR to a headset

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Helping you cut down on all those wires, and potentially making way for cheaper low-end VR headsets for streaming, ElectricMaple was announced by Collabora and PlutoVR joining the likes of WiVRn and ALVR. ALVR is probably one of the best known VR streaming options, allowing you to stream VR games from your PC to your headset via Wi-Fi that works with SteamVR or Oculus Software (using Revive), and it supports various headsets although their Linux support is still early and rough.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 11:53:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The 10 Best Free Ebook Download Sites

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Ebooks are a great way to keep a large library of books on your phone, tablet, or computer. If you love to read and can never have too many books, ebooks are amazing—it's much easier to store ebooks than buy a whole new bookcase! Better still, there are heaps of ways to download free ebooks, covering almost every genre, style, and author, and we've found ten of the best options.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 13:10:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: This Project Lets You Run Linux as an App on Android

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There's no denying that Android is the most popular open-source operating system in the world, (sorry Arch Linux users) that uses a highly customized version of the Linux kernel to provide users with a powerful smartphone experience. Of course, not everyone likes the “Google” aspect of Android, and usually opt for De-Googled alternatives like LineageOS, CalyxOS, etc. However, in a recent announcement, two developers, Erfan Abdi and Luka Panio introduced a very interesting project called “Lindroid”, which aims to let users run Linux in “a new way on Android devices”.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 14:26:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SUSE upgrades its distros with 19 years of support - no other Linux comes close

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Like its rivals Red Hat and Canonical, SUSE does more than just Linux these days; but at heart, it[he]#039[/he]s still a Linux company.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 15:27:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Libgcrypt 1.11.0 Rolls Out with New Algorithms and APIs

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Libgcrypt 1.11.0 brings cutting-edge cryptographic solutions with improved APIs, enhanced speeds, quantum-resistant algorithms, and more.

[#] Thu Jun 20 2024 16:43:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SUSE expands Linux Enterprise support to 2037, unveils product updates

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From extended Linux support lifecycles to enhanced Kubernetes platform capabilities, SUSE is aiming to give customers expanded choice while enabling emerging technological use cases. As part of its SUSEcon updates, there are new versions of multiple platforms including SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 service pack 6, SUSE Manager, Rancher Prime 3.1, NeuVector Prime 5.4 and Harvester 1.3.1, SUSE Adaptive Telco Infrastructure Platform 3.0 and SUSE Edge 3.0

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