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  • Open-Source Alternative to
    Discover 300+ popular open-source alternatives to your proprietary SaaS. post Open-Source Alternative to appeared first on Linux Shtuff.
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  • DragonflyDB
    Dragonfly is a modern in-memory datastore, fully compatible with Redis and Memcached APIs. Dragonfly implements novel algorithms and data structures on top of a multithreaded, shared-nothing architecture. As a result, Dragonfly reaches x25 performanc…
    - 2 Jun 22, 1:26am -
  • Gitnoter
    GitNoter is a web application that allows users to store notes in their git repository. This is a frontend project built using mainly react (typescript), redux-toolkit & mui components. GitNoter API is the backend implementation of REST APIs which…
    - 2 Jun 22, 1:13am -
  • Orion Browser
    Orion has been engineered from ground up as a truly privacy-respecting browser. Orion ( ) may be a newcomer to the market, but it comes loaded with features.Source: Orion browser features | Kagi BlogThe post Orion Browser ap…
    - 2 Jun 22, 1:00am -
  • Chaos Mesh
    A Powerful Chaos Engineering Platform for Kubernetes No special dependencies, Chaos Mesh can be easily deployed on Kubernetes clusters directly, including minikube and kind. Ability to perform chaos experiments in production environments without m…
    - 5 May 22, 10:47am -
  • lite-xl
    Lite XL is derived from lite. It is a lightweight text editor written mostly in Lua — it aims to provide something practical, pretty, small and fast easy to modify and extend, or to use without doing either. The aim of Lite XL compared to lite is…
    - 21 Apr 22, 10:59am -
  • Otomi-core
    Otomi-core is a self-hosted PaaS for Kubernetes. It is a complete platform experience on top of any Kubernetes cluster to empower developers and lower the burden on operations. Otomi brings a PaaS experience to your Kubernetes cluster without the con…
    - 15 Apr 22, 7:36pm -
  • Platform9 Managed Kubernetes and Tanzu Community Edition – Features Chart
    In this post, Platform9 reviews the differences between the Tanzu Community Edition and the Platform9 Managed Kubernetes Free Tier.  Platform9 Managed Kubernetes and Tanzu Community Edition – Features Chart…
    - 4 Apr 22, 5:29pm -
  • Alma WSL Images
    A Windows Subsystem for Linux (or WSL) version of AlmaLinux in now available in the Microsoft Store, which adds a striking array of options for WSL users. Below is the GitHub repo for this image. This is the C++ reference implementation for a Window…
    - 4 Apr 22, 3:53pm -
  • K3s-Ansible
    This playbook will build an HA Kubernetes cluster with k3s, kube-vip and MetalLB via ansible. This is based on the work from this fork, which is based on the work from k3s-io/k3s-ansible. It uses kube-vip to create a load balancer for the co…
    - 29 Mar 22, 3:49pm -


    {Updated} Are you getting, ' WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!' when try to use the ssh command under Linux, macOS or BSD? Let us see how I fixed this problem and log in using the ssh command.The post SSH WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE! E…
    - 21 days ago 17 Nov 23, 10:31am -
  • How to open DHCP port using UFW in Linux
    The Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) needs to be configured to allow traffic on UDP ports 67 and 68, regardless of whether the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is local or remote. Additionally, it may be necessary to open both TCP and U…
    - 44 days ago 25 Oct 23, 10:52am -
  • How to merge all PDF files into one PDF in Linux
    I recently had to submit multiple PDF files for government work, but the web form only allowed for the uploading of a single file. This meant that I had to merge the PDF files into one on Linux. To do this, I used a command-line tool called pdfunite…
    - 44 days ago 24 Oct 23, 8:31pm -
  • How to list package files with dnf in Linux (RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, and Alma Linux)
    If you’re using RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, or Alma Linux, you may encounter situations where you must list files in a package before installing it. Similarly, there might be instances where you need to locate a specific configuration file after i…
    - 45 days ago 23 Oct 23, 11:03am -
  • How to install Perl in Fedora Linux
    I am migrating an old Perl project from an unsupported OS to Fedora Linux 38. However, I discovered that Perl is not installed by default, while Python 3 is. This seems ridiculous. Anyway, here is how to install Perl in Fedora Linux including latest…
    - 46 days ago 22 Oct 23, 4:25pm -
  • How to fix “Error: Can’t open display: (null)” with ssh and xclip command in headless mode
    When you try to use the xclip command over the ssh-based session to copy and paste data, you will get the following message on screen:Error: Can't open display: (null)Here is how to fix this error by editing the ssh client and OpenSSH (SSHD server…
    - 60 days ago 8 Oct 23, 8:01pm -
  • How to block AI Crawler Bots using robots.txt file
    Are you a content creator or a blog author who generates unique, high-quality content for a living? Have you noticed that generative AI platforms like OpenAI or CCBot use your content to train their algorithms without your consent? Don't worry! You c…
    - 69 days ago 29 Sep 23, 8:40pm -
  • Find files that do not have any owners or do not belong to any user under Linux/UNIX
    {Updated} Here is a Linux, Unix, *BSD and macOS command to search the entire system for files with no group or user.The post Find files that do not have any owners or do not belong to any user under Linux/UNIX appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 70 days ago 28 Sep 23, 10:07pm -
  • How to install wget on Fedora Linux using the dnf command
    Wget is a command-line tool to download files from the Internet or local servers. It is not a graphical user interface (GUI) program, and it must be used by typing commands into a terminal application. You can download files from the web. It support…
    - 84 days ago 14 Sep 23, 8:19pm -
  • How to install vim in Alpine Linux
    Learn how to install Vim, the most popular text editor for server-based environments, on Alpine Linux using the command "apk add vim" command and Docker or LXD (Linux container) image.Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn - Whatsa…
    - 28 Aug 23, 1:36am -


  • Why Oracle Java 7 And 6 Installers No Longer Work
    Because I've received more than 50 emails about this, I though I'd make a post about it, to clear things up for everybody.While Oracle Java 6 and 7 are not supported for quite a while, they were still available for download on Oracle's website unt…
    - 16 Sep 21, 11:46am -
  • How To Flash Android (Flyme) On Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition
    This is a quick guide for how to reflash Fyme OS on Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition. Flyme is based on Android with some redesign along with extras. It doesn't ship with Google apps, but those are easily installable.You can flash Flyme 5.1.12G or 6.1.0G (…
    - 25 Aug 17, 9:53am -
  • Audacious 3.9 Released With Qt User Interface Enhancements, More [PPA]
    Audacious 3.9 was released recently, bringing much-needed updates to the QT UI, along with various other enhancements.Audacious GTK2 interfaceAudacious is a music player available for Linux and Windows, which ships with an extensive list of plug…
    - 22 Aug 17, 10:34am -
  • Nemo 3.4 Without Cinnamon Dependencies Available In PPA For Ubuntu 17.04 And 16.04
    Nemo 3.4 (3.4.7 at the time I'm writing this article) without Cinnamon dependencies and with Unity patches is now available in the WebUpd8 Nemo 3 PPA, for Ubuntu 17.04 and 16.04.While it comes with some Unity patches, this Nemo version should work w…
    - 11 Aug 17, 1:11pm -
  • YouTube-DL GUI 0.4 Ships With New User Interface, More [PPA]
    After two years since the previous version, a new YouTube-DL GUI (YouTube-DLG) version was made available for download recently. The new 0.4 version ships with a a new user interface, easier format and save path selection and more.YouTube-DL GUI is…
    - 11 Aug 17, 9:05am -
  • Ambient Noise (ANoise) Player Fixed For Ubuntu 16.04 And Newer
    Ambient Noise, or ANoise is a simple, lightweight application for playing ambient noises, such as waves, rain, fire, and so on, useful to help you stay focused and boost productivity, or fall asleep. The application didn't work in Ubuntu 16.04 and n…
    - 14 Jun 17, 1:47pm -
  • Tool To Create Bootable Windows USB Stick From Linux `WinUSB` (Fork) Renamed To `WoeUSB`, Sees New Release
    The WinUSB fork we covered a while back was renamed to WoeUSB recently, while also seeing quite a few releases for the past few days.WoeUSB / WinUSB is a tool that can be used to create a bootable Windows installer USB stick from an ISO or DVD. The…
    - 14 Jun 17, 12:23pm -
  • MATE Dock Applet Sees New Release
    MATE Dock Applet is a MATE panel applet that displays open windows / applications as icons. The latest 0.78 version includes 5 new types of indicators, a new option to add space between dock icons, and more.Among the MATE Dock Applet features are p…
    - 6 Jun 17, 10:37am -
  • Tilix (Previously Terminix) 1.5.8 And Guake 0.8.9 Available In PPA
    Tilix (previously called Terminix) and Guake terminal emulators have had new releases recently, and are both available in PPA for Ubuntu / Linux Mint.Tilix 1.5.8Tilix is a GTK3 terminal emulator. The application allows splitting terminals both ho…
    - 1 Jun 17, 11:39am -
  • Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus) Available For Download
    Ubuntu 17.04 has been released.The new version brings updated applications and various under-the-hood improvements, along with bug fixes. As expected, Compiz and Unity have only received minor improvements and bug fixes.On the other hand, Ubuntu…
    - 13 Apr 17, 5:06pm -


  • How to Install Gitea DevOps Platform using Docker on Debian 12
    Gitea is an open-source code-hosting solution based on the Git platform. This article will cover installing and configuring Gitea on a Debian 12 server and setting up your first Git repository.
    - 13 days ago 24 Nov 23, 4:25pm -
  • How to Install Grafana and Prometheus on Rocky Linux 9
    Grafana is an open-source and multi-platform data visualization platform developed by Grafana Labs. Grafana provides an interactive data visualization web application, which includes charts, graphs, and alerts. In this tutorial, I will install Grafan…
    - 15 days ago 23 Nov 23, 9:39am -
  • How to Install Hugo Site Generator with Nginx on Rocky Linux 9
    Hugo is an open-source static site generator written in Go. It generates content by converting posts written in markdown language to HTML. In this tutorial, we will explore how to install Hugo to create a static website on a server powered by Rocky L…
    - 30 days ago 8 Nov 23, 9:16am -
  • How to Install BookStack on Debian 12
    BookStack is a simple and self-hosted platform for storing and organizing information. In this tutorial, we'll walk you through the installation process of BookStack on the Debian 12 server
    - 35 days ago 3 Nov 23, 7:15am -
  • How to Install Prestashop on Ubuntu 22.04
    Prestashop is a free and open-source e-commerce solution written in PHP. In this tutorial, we are going to explain how to install an open-source eCommerce solution - Prestashop using the LAMP Stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP) on the Ubunt…
    - 35 days ago 2 Nov 23, 4:12pm -
  • How to Install Prestashop with Apache and Free Let's Encrypt SSL on Debian 12
    Prestashop is a free and open-source e-commerce solution written in PHP. It allows you to self-host and create online stores and grow your online business. In this tutorial, I will guide you step by step through the installation of PrestaShop on a De…
    - 35 days ago 2 Nov 23, 3:06pm -
  • How to Install Redmine with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Debian 12
    Redmine is a free and open-source project management and issue-tracking tool. Follow this step-by-step guide to install the Redmine project management and issue-tracking tool on Debian 12 Server. By following this, you will install Redmine with Maria…
    - 35 days ago 2 Nov 23, 3:01pm -
  • How to Install BookWyrm on a Rocky Linux 9 server using Docker
    BookWyrm is an open-source federated social network for book readers. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install BookWyrm on a Rocky Linux 9 server.
    - 35 days ago 2 Nov 23, 2:54pm -
  • How to Install Harbor Docker Image Registry on Ubuntu 22.04
    Harbor is an open-source Docker image registry for cloud-native environments. In this guide, I will show you how to install Harbor Image Registry using Docker on an Ubuntu 22.04 server.
    - 41 days ago 27 Oct 23, 5:25pm -
  • How to Install Cockpit Web Console on Ubuntu 22.04
    Cockpit is a free and open-source server management console that makes it easy to administer your Linux servers via a web browser. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and use Cockpit on Ubuntu 22.04.
    - 41 days ago 27 Oct 23, 5:10pm -



  • PaloAlto init-cfg.txt Bootstrap Config file Layout with Examples
    When you install and configure the PaloAlto firewall, when the firewall boots up for the first time, it does the bootstrapping process. PaloAlto uses the settings defined in the bootstrap files, including the init-cfg.txt and bootstrap.xml under the…
    - 19 May 22, 3:30am -
  • 21 Examples to Manage Secrets using AWS Secrets Manager CLI
    Using AWS Secrets manager you can store, retrieve, rotate and manage secrets such as database credentials, API keys and other sensitive information used by your application. Secrets are rotated without any disruption to your application, and you can…
    - 16 Mar 22, 2:00am -
  • 13 Examples to Manage S3 Bucket Replication Rules using AWS CLI
    Using S3 replication, you can setup automatic replication of S3 objects from one bucket to another. The source and destination bucket can be within the same AWS account or in different accounts. You can also replicate objects from one source bucket t…
    - 9 Dec 21, 3:30am -
  • 5 Python Examples to Read and Write JSON files for Encode and Decode
    JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation, which is a format for structuring data that is very similar to the concept of maps in computer programming. Maps consists of keys and corresponding values. A key has to be unique within a map. JSON is light…
    - 1 Apr 21, 4:00am -
  • 8 Examples to Add Static Routes in PAN-OS PaloAlto from CLI and Console
    Managing routes is an essential configuration task for network admins who are managing firewalls. If you are using the PaloAlto firewall, this tutorial explains how to add static routes using both the PAN-OS command line interface and from the PaloAl…
    - 10 Mar 21, 4:00am -
  • 3 Methods to Create Jenkins Pipeline – Classic UI, BlueOcean, Git
    Jenkins is a DevOps tool which can be used to automate your build, test and delivery of software code. If you are new to Jenkins, this tutorial will help you to understand how to create Jenkins pipeline using one of the following methods: Classic Jen…
    - 7 Jan 21, 3:30am -
  • 12 Examples to Manage AWS Transit Gateway Route Table from CLI
    Apart from the default route table that gets created when you create a transit gateway, you can also create additional route tables. This helps you to associate a specific attachment with a specific route table. The attachments can propagate their ro…
    - 7 Oct 20, 3:00am -
  • 10 Examples to Manage PaloAlto Firewall Users from PAN-OS CLI
    This tutorial explains how to manage PaloAlto users from CLI. You’ll learn about user and role related functionalities including how to create a new user, assign a role to an user, make regular user as an admin user, list all existing users, delete…
    - 23 Sep 20, 3:00am -
  • 24 Examples to Manage AWS Transit Gateway and Attachments from CLI
    AWS Transit gateway acts as a hub to connect multiple VPC and on-prem networks. Apart from attaching a VPC to transit hub and routing traffic, you can also attach a VPN connection or Direct Connect gateway to your transit gateway. You can also peer t…
    - 16 Sep 20, 3:00am -
  • 5 Steps to Upgrade PaloAlto PAN-OS Firewall Software from CLI or Console
    PaloAlto releases software updates on an on-going basis. It’s essential that you stay current with the latest stable release of firewall. On a high-level the following are 5 easy steps to upgrade PaloAlto firewall: Pre-install: Verify current softw…
    - 9 Jun 20, 3:30am -


Coder 547: The Slow and the Infuriating

- 3 days ago 5 Dec 23, 9:44am -
LUP 539: Rollback Required

- 4 days ago 3 Dec 23, 10:55pm -
Coder 546: A Very Tidy Excuse

- 10 days ago 28 Nov 23, 9:03am -
LUP 538: Surprisingly Smooth Transition

- 11 days ago 27 Nov 23, 10:30am -
Coder 545: Sam's Busy Weekend

- 17 days ago 21 Nov 23, 8:56am -
LUP 537: This Makes us Unemployable

- 19 days ago 18 Nov 23, 10:22pm -

  • newDiscussion of the Week: Money or Passion?
    In this weekly roundup, we highlight what we believe to be the most thoughtful, helpful, and/or interesting discussion over the past week! Though we are strong believers in healthy and respectful debate, we typically try to choose discussions that ar…
    - 47 mins ago 7 Dec 23, 10:13pm -
  • newViews, Sequences e Synonyms: Um tutorial prático
    Dentro do Oracle Database, existem diversas funcionalidades projetadas para facilitar a vida do administrador de banco de dados. Entre elas, destacam-se três recursos essenciais: Views, Sequences e Synonyms. Neste tutorial, exploraremos cada um dess…
    - 1 hour ago 7 Dec 23, 9:51pm -
  • newUprobes Siblings - Capturing HTTPS Traffic: A Rust and eBPF Odyssey
    In one of my previous article, "The Beginning of My eBPF Journey: Kprobe & BCC", we delved into the intricacies of kernel probes (kprobes). As we continue our journey into the depths of eBPF, this article shifts focus to another powerful aspect of eB…
    - 2 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 9:11pm -
  • newWhy I got into a tech career?
    Okay, so everyone has their own reasons for choosing tech as their career. I will share mine and I hope you all share yours in the comments so that we can all read and get inspired!One of the main reasons why I got into tech was the fact that wher…
    - 2 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 9:09pm -
  • newHow to Handle Shadow DOM in Cypress

    - 3 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 8:07pm -
  • newDia 01: Modelo Entidade Relacionamento
    IntroduçãoMinhas notas de estudo sobre bancos de dados relacionais seguem abaixo. Dentro do conjunto estudado, emergiu um emaranhado de notas soltas, fragmentos de anotações que buscam coesão.Acolho toda correção como um evento…
    - 4 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 7:11pm -
  • newUpload repository to GitHub with Git.
    Hello World!Today i teach you how to upload your file to GitHub by using git.1.git clone _repository-link_download GitHub repository to device.after cloning repository you can add some files on this file.2.git statusYou can see aded files.3.g…
    - 4 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 7:02pm -
  • newAWS Bedrock Claude 2.1 - Return only JSON
    Working with the AWS Bedrock API is an exhilarating experience! I came across an interesting business case where I needed to develop an AI MVP. The MVP generates JSON data based on a prompt and utilizes the anthropic.claude-v2:1 model in AWS Bedrock.…
    - 4 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 6:49pm -
  • newJava Spring CI/CD in AWS - The HalloCasa Journey
    A fresh start can be daunting, especially when it comes to revamping an existing Java Spring application. This was my journey with the HalloCasa real estate platform, and here's how we took it from deployment nightmares to smooth, cloud-native operat…
    - 4 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 6:39pm -
  • newDatatypes in C Programming.
    A data type is a classification that specifies which type of value a variable can age;In the above initialisation code the datatype is int. The variable age can only store integer value. The datatype also tells the compiler to allocate sp…
    - 4 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 6:33pm -


  • Ubuntu 23.10 released with new Ubuntu App Center and security improvements
    Canonical released Ubuntu 23.10, codename Mantic Minotaur, to the public. The new release of the Linux distribution introduces a large number of changes, including an upgrade to Linux kernel 6.5, a new […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The p…
    - 54 days ago 15 Oct 23, 5:29am -
  • Linux users, take action against the "Looney Tunables" now
    A new and potentially devastating Linux vulnerability has surfaced, aptly named ''Looney Tunables''. This security flaw poses a significant threat to Linux systems, as it allows local attackers to attain coveted root […]Thank you for being a Ghack…
    - 65 days ago 4 Oct 23, 10:21am -
  • Privacy is Sexy: custom privacy scripts for Windows, Linux and macOS
    Privacy is Sexy is a free service that allows users of desktop operating systems to improve their privacy by creating and executing custom scripts. The service is available for Windows, Linux and […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Pr…
    - 22 Aug 23, 5:00am -
  • Linux Mint 21.2 has been released: here is what is new
    A new version of the popular Linux distribution Linux Mint is available. Linux Mint 21.2 is available on download servers, but the official website has not been updated to announce the new […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Min…
    - 16 Jul 23, 12:03pm -
  • Chromium based browsers are not loading pages properly on Linux, here's how to fix it
    Several users have said that their Chromium-based browsers are not rendering pages on some Linux distros. The issue seems to have surfaced after a recent update for Linux's LLVM libraries, specifically libllvm […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reade…
    - 12 Jul 23, 6:18am -
  • iVentoy: boot and install operating systems on multiple machines over the network
    The developer of the multi-boot tool Ventoy has released a new utility called iVentoy. Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drives using one or more disk image formats. […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post iVentoy: boot…
    - 24 Jun 23, 10:08am -
  • Linux 6.3 offers improved security and functionality for users
    The latest version of Linux, Linux 6.3, has been released following a "nice, controlled release cycle," according to project boss Linus Torvalds. The release cycle required seven release candidates, which were supported […]Thank you for being a Gh…
    - 25 Apr 23, 2:34pm -
  • Ubuntu 23.04 Final is out with these changes
    Canonical released the Ubuntu 23.04 operating system (codenamed Lunar Lobster) today. Ubuntu 23.04 is based on the Linux kernel 6.2 as well as the recently released GNOME 44 desktop environment. The new […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The…
    - 21 Apr 23, 4:48am -
  • Tired of Windows? Here is how to try Linux Mint
    Linux Mint is a well-known Linux distribution that offers users the chance to try it before they install it. In this guide, we will explain how to try Linux Mint and, if […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Tired of Windows? Here is ho…
    - 7 Apr 23, 11:00am -
  • Ubuntu 23.04 Beta is now available: here is what is new
    Canonical has released Ubuntu 23.04 Beta today. It is available in the usual flavors, including Ubuntu Desktop and Server, Kubuntu, MATE, Studio, Unity, and the recently promoted Ubuntu Cinnamon. Ubuntu 23.04 is […]Thank you for being a Ghacks rea…
    - 31 Mar 23, 3:48pm -


  • new[$] Controlling shadow-stack allocation in clone3()
    User-space shadow stacks are a relatively new feature in Linux; support wasonly added for 6.6, and is limited to the x86architecture. As support for other architectures (including arm64 and RISC-V) approaches readiness,though, more thought is goi…
    - 7 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 4:28pm -
  • newJust about every Windows and Linux device vulnerable to new LogoFAIL firmware attack(ars technica)
    Thisars technica article describes how secure-boot firmware on a huge rangeof systems can be subverted with a malicious image file:As its name suggests, LogoFAIL involves logos, specifically thoseof the hardware seller that are displayed on t…
    - 8 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 3:10pm -
  • newSecurity updates for Thursday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (tzdata), Fedora (gmailctl), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (linux-firmware, postgresql:12, postgresql:13, and squid:4), SUSE (cdi-apiserver-container, cdi-cloner-container, cdi- controller-container, cdi-importe…
    - 9 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 2:18pm -
  • new[$] Weekly Edition for December 7, 2023
    The Weekly Edition for December 7, 2023 is available.
    - 22 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 12:58am -
  • [$] A schism in the OpenPGP world
    The OpenPGP standard for emailencryption has been around since 1997, when it was derived from thevenerable Pretty GoodPrivacy (PGP) program that was released in 1991. Since it came about,OpenPGP has been the decentralized, interoperable way to…
    - 1 day ago 6 Dec 23, 10:16pm -
  • SLAM: a new Spectre technique
    Many processor vendors provide a mechanism to allow some bits of a pointervalue to be used to store unrelated data; these include Intel's linear address masking (LAM), AMD's upper address ignore, and Arm's top-byteignore. A set of researchers has…
    - 1 day ago 6 Dec 23, 4:03pm -
  • Security updates for Wednesday
    Security updates have been issued by Fedora (chromium, clevis-pin-tpm2, firefox, keyring-ima-signer, libkrun, perl, perl-PAR-Packer, polymake, poppler, rust-bodhi-cli, rust-coreos-installer, rust-fedora-update-feedback, rust-gst-plugin-reqwest, rust-…
    - 1 day ago 6 Dec 23, 2:33pm -
  • [$] Supplementing CVEs with !CVEs
    The Common Vulnerabilities and Exploits(CVE) system is the main mechanism for tracking various securityflaws, using the omnipresent CVE number—even vulnerabilities with fancy names andweb siteshave CVE numbers. But the CVE system is not withou…
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 8:34pm -
  • Security updates for Tuesday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (roundcube), Fedora (java-latest-openjdk), Mageia (libqb), SUSE (python-Django1), and Ubuntu (request-tracker4).
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 2:09pm -
  • Django 5.0 released
    Version5.0 of the Django web framework is out. Significant changes include database-computeddefault values, field groups in the templating system, and more; see the releasenotes for details.
    - 3 days ago 4 Dec 23, 4:03pm -


  • Disney+ With Ads Is Here, and It Doesn’t Work on Roku
    We have some good news and bad news. Disney+ price hikes are live as of the publishing date, pushing the price to $10.99 a month, up from $7.99/mo. The good news is that if you’d rather not pay that much, the ad-supported tier has also gone live to…
    - 8 Dec 22, 7:49pm -
  • 10 Awesome PlayStation 5 Features You Should Be Using
    Got your hands on a PlayStation 5 at last? Sony’s console can do more than let you experience top-tier titles. To make the most of this powerful gaming system, check out these PS5 add-ons and hidden features.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 8 Dec 22, 6:30pm -
  • The Five Best PC Upgrades to Improve Performance
    Upgrading a PC? Your choices range from installing more RAM to custom building a case designed for a DIY liquid cooling system. Which upgrades are the best depends on your PC. What specs does it have right now? Are you gaming, editing 4K videos, or j…
    - 8 Dec 22, 6:00pm -
  • Google Is Finally Making Chrome Use Less RAM
    Google Chrome uses sandboxing to improve security, which has the unfortunate side effect of requiring more RAM for each tab. There’s a new feature rolling out that (partially) addresses the problem.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 8 Dec 22, 5:00pm -
  • The 25 Best Gifts for Cutting the Cord for 2022
    Cord cutting—ditching a traditional cable subscription—has never been easier. However, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to how you can cut the cord. For the cord cutter in your life, you have plenty of gifts to consider.Read This Ar…
    - 8 Dec 22, 5:00pm -
  • You Can Now Protect Your Apple Account With Hardware Keys
    Two-factor authentication is a must-have in today’s digital world. There are different methods for it, but perhaps the most secure one is using a hardware key. Now, you’ll be able to secure your Apple account using one.Read This Article on How-To…
    - 8 Dec 22, 4:59pm -
  • System76’s New Open-Source Hardware Keyboard Is Massive
    If you’re a keyboard enthusiast, System76’s Launch lineup of keyboards is perhaps among the best keyboards out there. They’re a little on the expensive side, but they allow unparalleled tweaking allowing you to get it to work just how you like…
    - 8 Dec 22, 4:30pm -
  • You Can Get Unlimited T-Mobile Home Internet for $25/Month (50% Off)
    T-Mobile has spent the past year expanding its home internet service to more areas across the United States. Now you can try out the 5G-powered home internet for half off the usual price, with a few catches.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 8 Dec 22, 4:26pm -
  • How to Check What Graphics Card (GPU) Is in Your PC
    All computers have graphics hardware that handles everything from displaying your desktop and decoding videos to rendering demanding PC games. Most modern PCs have graphics processing units (GPUs) made by Intel, NVIDIA, or AMD, but remembering which…
    - 8 Dec 22, 3:24pm -
  • The Excellent Kasa Smart Plug Is Just $8 Right Now
    Smart home gadgets aren’t just smart lightbulbs. You can make pretty much any part of your house smart these days, even things as simple as wall plugs. If you want to get one of the best smart plugs, this amazing Kasa option is cheaper than ever du…
    - 8 Dec 22, 3:20pm -


  • Linky
    Linky: Post to Twitter and Mastodon with simplicity.
    - 25 Jan 23, 12:00pm -
  • FrogFind
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    nom: A simple RSS feed reader for the terminal.
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    gum: A tool for glamorous shell scripts. Gum provides highly configurable, ready-to-use utilities to help you write useful shell scripts… with just a few lines of code.
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  • Smol Pub
    Smol Pub: Smol Pub is [a] tiny blogging service. Web interface and CLI to manage your posts. Accessible from Web, Gemini and Gopher. Storage for your images. Write custom CSS for web. Attach your custom domain with SSL. Export yo…
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  • Newsboat
    Newsboat: Newsboat is an RSS/Atom feed reader for the text console.Use it locally, or sync with various RSS services/apps.
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  • Assign top-level JSON entries to shell variables
    $ json='{"a":42, "b":"s t r i n g", "c": []}' ; eval $(echo $json | jq -r 'to_entries | .[] | select(.value | scalars) | .key + "=\"" + (.value | tostring) + "\";"' | tee /dev/tty)A recursive version might be useful too./dev/tty is used to show whi…
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  • MacOS: Make the terminal app always quit when
    $ alias exit="killall Terminal"When you use the "exit" command in a Linux terminal window, it not only closes the terminal window itself but also the terminal emulator app, such as GNOME Terminal or Konsole, that it belongs to. If you use the "exit"…
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  • Get the beats per minute from an audio track
    $ ffmpeg -loglevel quiet -i "$AUDIO_FILE" -f f32le -ac 1 -ar 44100 - | bpmRequires bpm-tools View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by malathionDiff your entire…
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  • Download Video & extract only a specific Time of it
    $ yt-dlp --external-downloader ffmpeg --external-downloader-args "-ss 00:05:00 -t 00:01:00" ""Because this does not download more of the video than necessary, it is faster (especially with long videos).…
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    $ grep -l "drivetemp" /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon*/name | while read f; do printf "%s(%-.2s°C)\n" "`<${f%/*}/device/model`" "`<${f%/*}/temp1_input`"; doneShow temp of all disk with the drivetemp module activate View this command to comment, vot…
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  • Linux clear restrictions of a user's password
    $ chage -E -1 -m 0 -M -1 -W -1 user01Command that clears the expiration restrictions of a user's password View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by net0bsdDiff your entire server config at…
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  • Monitor changed files into a log file, with day rotation, using fswatch (MacOS)
    $ fswatch --exclude=.git/* --exclude=.settings --event-flags --event-flag-separator=\; -t -f '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S' . >> ./.file_changes_$(date +"%Y-%m-%d" | sed s/-//g).logThis command monitors changes in the current folder structure (subfolders inclu…
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  • Compute newest kernel version from Makefile on Torvalds' git repository
    $ curl -s -o - | head -n5 | grep -E '\ \=\ [0-9]{1,}' | cut -d' ' -f3 | tr '\n' '.' | sed -e "s/\.$//"The platform-agnostic version of…
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  • Sudoers: bypass all password prompts
    $ echo "$USER ALL=(ALL:ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL" | sudo tee -a /etc/sudoersIf you as the sole user of a computer at home only don’t like needing to repeatedly type a password each time you run a command, using ‘NOPASSWD’ in sudoers for your specific…
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  • Prepend section dates to individual entries in a summary log file
    $ gawk 'match($0, /^\s*([0-9]{2}\/[0-9]{2}\/[0-9]{4})\s*/, m) {prev_date=m[1]} /SEARCHSTRING/ {print prev_date, ",", $1 $2, ",", $3, "," $5}' inputfile.txtSearches for dates on lines by themselves. Uses that date to prepend all rows that contain SEA…
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  • Blog: New Experimental Features in Gateway API v1.0
    Authors: Candace Holman (Red Hat), Dave Protasowski (VMware), Gaurav K Ghildiyal (Google), John Howard (Google), Simone Rodigari (IBM)Recently, the Gateway API announced its v1.0 GA release, marking a huge milestone for the project.Along with stabi…
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  • Blog: Spotlight on SIG Testing
    Author: Sandipan PandaWelcome to another edition of the SIG spotlight blog series, where wehighlight the incredible work being done by various Special InterestGroups (SIGs) within the Kubernetes project. In this edition, we turnour attention to S…
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  • Blog: The Case for Kubernetes Resource Limits: Predictability vs. Efficiency
    Author: Milan Plžík (Grafana Labs)There’s been quite a lot of posts suggesting that not using Kubernetes resource limits might be a fairly useful thing (for example, For the Love of God, Stop Using CPU Limits on Kubernetes or Kubernetes: Make yo…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes Removals, Deprecations, and Major Changes in Kubernetes 1.29
    Authors: Carol Valencia, Kristin Martin, Abigail McCarthy, James Quigley, Hosam KamelAs with every release, Kubernetes v1.29 will introduce feature deprecations and removals. Our continued ability to produce high-quality releases is a testament to o…
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  • Blog: Introducing SIG etcd
    Authors: Han Kang (Google), Marek Siarkowicz (Google), Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute)Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a fundamental part of the Kubernetes project, with a substantial share of the community activity happening within them. When th…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes Contributor Summit: Behind-the-scenes
    Author : Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute)Every year, just before the official start of KubeCon+CloudNativeCon, there's a special event thathas a very special place in the hearts of those organizing and participating in it: the KubernetesContributo…
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  • Blog: Spotlight on SIG Architecture: Production Readiness
    Author: Frederico Muñoz (SAS Institute)This is the second interview of a SIG Architecture Spotlight series that will cover the differentsubprojects. In this blog, we will cover the SIG Architecture: Production Readinesssubproject.In this SIG Arc…
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  • Blog: Gateway API v1.0: GA Release
    Authors: Shane Utt (Kong), Nick Young (Isovalent), Rob Scott (Google)On behalf of Kubernetes SIG Network, we are pleased to announce the v1.0 release of GatewayAPI! This release marks a huge milestone forthis project. Several key APIs are graduati…
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  • Blog: Introducing ingress2gateway; Simplifying Upgrades to Gateway API
    Authors: Lior Lieberman (Google), Kobi Levi (independent)Today we are releasing ingress2gateway, a toolthat can help you migrate from Ingress to GatewayAPI. Gateway API is just weeks away from graduating to GA, if youhaven't upgraded yet, now's t…
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  • Blog: Plants, process and parties: the Kubernetes 1.28 release interview
    Author: Craig BoxSince 2018, one of my favourite contributions to the Kubernetes community has been to share the story of each release. Many of these stories were told on behalf of a past employer; by popular demand, I've brought them back, now unde…
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Reddit K8s

  • newCentralized Karpenter
    Is anyone running a centralized instance of karpenter that controls the scaling in multiple clusters? If so how well does it work? What are the pros and cons you've experienced? submitted by /u/Low-Tension143 [link] [comments]
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  • newCKA exam issue and charged.
    I took the CKA exam last month, and like many others had issues with the system. They couldn't see my webcam on the verify ID page. Supervisor at the time told me to call support on the number shown above. An overseas number. 40 minutes later and a l…
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  • newWhat scripting language youbgolks use to automate kubernetes admin tasks?
    Hi, sorry for back to back questions but anyone working as a kubernetes admin let me know what scripting language you folks are using to automate stuff in your day to day job? Bash, Python, Golang? submitted by /u/netizentrotter [link] [com…
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  • newIs VMWare knowledge essential for a kubernetes admin?
    I'm focusing on KCA to learn kubernetes and containers. But it seems that in many prod environments, the kubernetes admins are very well versed with VMWare. I'm not. I have familarity with Linux and have written some shell and perl scripts to automat…
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  • newnginx ingress GET request reaches app, but POST request fails for the same endpoint - Troubleshooting tips?
    I am running a django app on a kubernetes cluster with nginx for ingress. I have an endpoint that accepts both GET and POST requests for logging in. When I call make the GET request, it reaches NGINX and then subsequently it reaches the gunicorn serv…
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  • newKubernetes and The Future of Analytics - Join The Discussion @ OSA CON 23
    Hi folks, Join the open-source revolution at OSA Con 2023! Learn from top industry experts and connect with the community. See what Kafka, DuckDB, ClickHouse, Airflow, Superset and your other favorite projects are up to. Meet our featured speak…
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  • newBest Practices for Upgrading Kubernetes?
    Hey all, i have an upgrade available for one of my kubernetes clusters, i use RKE2 Provisioned by rancher. My question is, is it relatively safe to upgrade my cluster? The only thing i slightly worry about is i have 11 nodes, spread in a smal…
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  • newUsing the new filter processor in the OTel Collector with OpenTelemetry Transformation Language (OTTL)
    submitted by /u/ZookeepergameSharp59 [link] [comments]
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  • newDumb Question - How can I tell what registry my k8s cluster is using by default
    New to k8s, just spun up a lab in my env. The container runtime is containerd. How do I view what image registry my k8s setup is using. Some of the deployment yaml files I am using just reference images but I have no idea where its pulling it from. S…
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  • newHow to use Ingress on a local k3d cluster ?
    Hi everyone, From what I understand, by using an ingress we need neither a Nodeport, nor a Loadbalacer to make a service reachable from outside the cluster. With the tutorial I tried for now, I still need a Nodeport in addition to my Ingress. Since…
    - 11 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 11:45am -

Reddit Docker

  • newStarting the Platform Engineering journey with Backstage
    Member post originally published on InfraCloud’s blog by Vaibhav Gupta In the continuously growing landscape of platform engineering, which emerged from the DevOps practices to provide self-service capabilities for software development teams, int…
    - 7 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • TorchServe accelerates the distribution of models based on Dragonfly
    Project post by Congwang Li, Dragonfly This document will help you experience how to use dragonfly with TorchServe. During the downloading of models, the file size is large and there are many services downloading the files at the...
    - 1 day ago 6 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • The new standard of Kubernetes misconfiguration remediation
    Member post originally published on ARMO’s blog by Yossi Ben Naim According to research done by ARMO, 100% of Kubernetes clusters that were tested contained at least one misconfiguration, while 65% had at least one high-severity misconfigurat…
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • Kyverno completes third-party security audit
    Member post originally published on Kyverno’s blog by Kyverno maintainers The Kyverno project is pleased to announce the completion of its third-party security audit. The audit was conducted by Ada Logics in collaboration with the Kyverno maintai…
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • KCD Denmark: a collective triumph in the Cloud Native universe
    KCD post by the KCD Denmark Organizing Team In the dynamic realm of cloud-native technologies, a unique collaboration was sparked among three chapters of Cloud Native Nordics – Cloud Native Copenhagen, Cloud Native Aarhus, and Cloud Native Aalborg.…
    - 3 days ago 4 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • Recapping KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023
    Member post originally published on’s blog by Dotan Horovits If you missed KubeCon North America 2023 in Chicago, or you were there and spent more time in the “hallway tracks,” you may have missed some of the...
    - 3 days ago 4 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • GitOps goes mainstream – Flux CD boasts largest ecosystem
    Member post originally published on Weaveworks blog by Alexis Richardson Explore the latest insights from the CNCF GitOps microsurvey and uncover how GitOps is set to dominate the cloud-native landscape, with overwhelming adoption rates forecasted i…
    - 6 days ago 1 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • The Cyber Resiliency Act and open source concerns
    Member post originally published on SparkFabrik’s blog by SparkFabrik Team Technological developments have made cyber security a top priority, especially considering the increase in cyber threats. In this context, the Cyber Resiliency Act has been…
    - 8 days ago 29 Nov 23, 4:00pm -
  • CNCF Hooghly Meetup: A flashback of experiences
    Member post by Hrittik Roy, Platform Advocate at Loft Labs Hosting an event can be beneficial for both the community and the organizers, as it provides a valuable learning opportunity for both. Today, I would like to share...
    - 8 days ago 29 Nov 23, 4:00pm -
  • Build vs. buy: how to decide between an in-house or third-party internal developer platform
    Member post originally published on’s blog by Anshul Sao Explore the build vs. buy dilemma for Internal Developer Platforms (IDP) with clear insights and practical examples from companies like Treebo Hotels and GGX, shedding light on i…
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  • newThe Long Road to Java Virtual Threads
    It's taken nearly 30 years.  Java 1.21's introduction of Virtual Threads will finally make multitasking in Java almost effortless. In order to fully appreciate their revolutionary nature, it is helpful to take a look at the various imperfect solutio…
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  • newUsing IAM Authentication for Redis on AWS
    Amazon MemoryDB for Redis has supported username/password-based authentication using Access Control Lists since the very beginning. But you can also use IAM-based authentication that allows you to associate IAM users and roles with MemoryDB users so…
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  • newUnderstanding LLM Technology
    Large Language Model, or LLM technology, converges Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) to create wonders of language understanding and generation. In the era of AI-driven advancements, LLM technology has emerged as the…
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  • newOptimizing API Lifecycles: A Comprehensive Guide for Product Managers
    In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of optimizing API lifecycles—an essential aspect for product managers navigating the dynamic landscape of digital integration. From conceptualization to retirement, understanding and implementing…
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  • newProduction-Like Testing Environments in Software Development
    In software development, where innovation and efficiency intertwine, the unexpected often takes center stage. Picture this: a bustling team, tirelessly working on a cutting-edge software release, with expectations soaring high. The buzz of excitement…
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  • newWhy Ottava?
    Alright, folks, gather around! In a world where spreadsheets and databases can be a real snooze-fest, Ottava is here to set your data dreams on fire. We're not just software; we're a game-changer, a data revolution like no other. But hey, have you ev…
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  • newProblems With Finalizer
    In Java, the finalize method has been part of the language since its early days, offering a mechanism to perform cleanup activities before an object is garbage collected. However, using finalizers has come under scrutiny due to several performance-re…
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  • newCanary Releases With Apache APISIX
    In a few words, the idea of canary releases is to deliver a new software version to only a fraction of the users, analyze the results, and decide whether to proceed further or not. If results are not aligned with expectations, roll back; if they are,…
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  • newBuilding Multilingual Apps in Flutter: Localization and Internationalization Method
    Have you ever wondered how the world’s most famous apps, like YouTube, Netflix, Spotify, Instagram, TikTok, and others, have acquired a huge user base across the entire globe?It is because of the multilingual ability.
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  • newWhy Is the Future of AI Chips Important in Neuromorphic Computing?
    AI holds significant promise for the IoT, but running these models on IoT semiconductors is challenging. These devices’ limited hardware makes running intelligent software locally difficult. Recent breakthroughs in neuromorphic computing (NC) could…
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    Oracle’s purchase of Sun Microsystems has been the cause of some uncertainty and concern for the open source projects and initiatives that Sun were previously responsible for. Oracle are not known for being particularly welcoming or supportive of…
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  • Blender’s Durian Open Movie Project Premieres “Sintel”
    Yesterday, the Durian Open Movie Project premiered Sintel, a short animation film produced independently by the Blender Foundation and licensed under a Creative Commons licence.What makes this film (and previous Blender films, Big Buck Bunny and El…
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  • Quick Reference — Converting Images with ImageMagick
    While you might associate working with images with big graphical programs like GIMP or Photoshop, ImageMagick is an entirely different animal. It is a suite of command-line programs for converting and manipulating images.But why would you use a com…
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  • Getting to Grips with GRUB 2
    For a long time, the Grand Unified Bootloader, or GRUB, has been the standard way of getting a PC to boot into your Linux, or other Unix operating system. The flexibility offered by GRUB makes it easy to dual boot, triple boot… well, actually, d…
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  • Roundup: Text Based Text Editors
    For some reason, text editors are something that us Unix geeks get very passionate about. Whether it’s an argument over which editor is better, or just professing our love for our favourite keyboard shortcuts, it’s an emotive issue.You migh…
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  • Open Video on the Web: Where Are We Now?
    Back in January 2009, I wrote a post on opening video on the web. At the time, the Mozilla Foundation had just invested $100,000 in the Wikimedia Foundation to use Theora for videos on their sites.In the last year and a half, the situation with…
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    A lightweight Linux distribution often seems to require making sacrifices — using a UI which many users would find unfamiliar and using software which is heavily cut down in functionality.WattOS is a really interesting lightweight Linux distr…
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    Ohio LinuxFest is definitely one of my favorite Linux and open-source conferences. If you’ve never been to a Linux conference, now is a great time to begin. If you have, it’s also a great time to experience this conference.The main reason y…
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  • The File Menu
    This.The File menu has been around since the dawn of user interfaces. But do you know what? It has overstayed its welcome. The File menu has been abused in far too many applications.A File menu should deal with files. That’s it. Open a fil…
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  • OpenShot — Video Editing Made Simple
    Desktop Linux isn’t necessarily the first platform you’d think of going to for video editing. Despite that, there are several great projects that offer video editing functionality; things like PiTiVi, Cinelerra and Kino to name just a few.Jona…
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  • newActors Recorded Videos for 'Vladimir.' It Turned Into Russian Propaganda.
    Internet propagandists aligned with Russia have duped at least seven Western celebrities, including Elijah Wood and Priscilla Presley, into recording short videos to support its online information war against Ukraine, according to new security resear…
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  • newHow Tech Giants Use Money, Access To Steer Academic Research
    Tech giants including Google and Facebook parent Meta have dramatically ramped up charitable giving to university campuses over the past several years -- giving them influence over academics studying such critical topics as artificial intelligence, s…
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  • newCable Lobby To FCC: Please Don't Look Too Closely at the Prices We Charge
    The US broadband industry is protesting a Federal Communications Commission plan to measure the affordability of Internet service. From a report: The FCC has been evaluating US-wide broadband deployment progress on a near-annual basis for almost thre…
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  • newNintendo Cancels Japanese Esports Events Following Threats to Staff and Spectators
    Nintendo has cancelled Nintendo Live 2024 Tokyo and postponed other Japanese esports events after persistent threats were made to both staff and spectators. From a report: A Japanese press release, shared by reliable translator Genki on X/Twitter, re…
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  • newUK Says Russia Targeted Officials in Email-Hacking Campaign
    The UK accused Russia's main intelligence agency of seeking to hack the emails of British politicians and officials in an attempt to interfere in its democratic processes. From a report: "They have been targeting high-profile individuals and entities…
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  • newMaybe We Already Have Runaway Machines
    A new book argues that the invention of states and corporations has something to teach us about A.I. But perhaps it's the other way around. From a report: One of the things that make the machine of the capitalist state work is that some of its powers…
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  • newEarly Impressions of Google's Gemini Aren't Great
    Google this week took the wraps off of Gemini, its new flagship generative AI model meant to power a range of products and services including Bard. Google has touted Gemini's superior architecture and capabilities, claiming that the model meets or ex…
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  • newHP TV Ads Claim Its Printers Are 'Made To Be Less Hated'
    Launched in the Nordics, BeneLux, Ireland, and the UK, the ads insist that HP printers are "made to be less hated." From a report: Which may come as news to HP's long-suffering users who still, for whatever reason, need to brand mushed-up trees with…
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  • newBungie Devs Say Atmosphere Is 'Soul-Crushing'
    In the wake of laying off about 100 of its 1,200 employees, Bungie, the developer behind Destiny, is reportedly grappling with internal challenges and cost-saving measures, amid efforts to maintain some autonomy from Sony. Although Bungie operates as…
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  • newMicrosoft Readies 'Groundbreaking' AI-focused Windows Release
    What's next for Windows? Microsoft plans next-gen Windows AI release in 2024, plus details on recent changes to the Windows roadmap. From a report: According to my sources, the new Windows bosses are now returning to an annual release cycle for major…
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  • newDistribution Release: SparkyLinux 7.2
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. The Alpine Linux team have announced the launch of Alpine Linux 3.19.0, the latest stable version of their lightweight operating system. This version introduces support for Raspberry P…
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. Kali Linux is a Debian-based distribution with a collection of security and forensics tools. The project's latest snapshot is Kali Linux 2023.4 which features a number of usability imp…
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: openSUSE MicroOSNews: Red Hat phasing out X.Org packages, UBports makes it easier to develop on mobile devices, Fedora to support remote Waylan…
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. Daniel Napora has announced the release of Mabox Linux 23.12, an updated build of the project's lightweight Linux distribution that features a customised desktop based on the Openbox w…
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. Murena has announced a new stable update to the project's 1.x branch. The new version, Murena /e/OS 1.17, updates the web browser and the microG compatibility software, and introduces…
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  • Project Web Hosting Database Upgrade Notice
    The purpose of this blog post is to announce our scheduled maintenance window for project web hosting. We will be upgrading the database used by project websites on ...The post Project Web Hosting Database Upgrade Notice appeared first on SourceForg…
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  • GitHub is Ending Subversion (svn) Support: Subversion and SourceForge
    Earlier this year, GitHub announced that it would be sunsetting Subversion support on January 8th, 2024. Since then, SourceForge has seen high volume of projects that use Subversion migrate ...The post GitHub is Ending Subversion (svn) Support: Sub…
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  • Welcoming OSDN Projects to SourceForge
    —- has been having extended service outages since it was recently acquired. Some users are reporting that OSDN has been down on and off for over a ...The post Welcoming OSDN Projects to SourceForge appeared first on SourceForge Community…
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  • ProjectLibre Recognized With Open Source Excellence Award on SourceForge
    — We are happy to announce that SourceForge has recognized a number of exceptional projects on SourceForge with awards based on the value these projects provide to the ...The post ProjectLibre Recognized With Open Source Excellence Award on Source…
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  • Does SourceForge have malware?
    SourceForge does not have malware or viruses. All projects, downloads, and releases served from SourceForge are scanned for malware and viruses, so you can rest assured that your ...The post Does SourceForge have malware? appeared first on SourceFor…
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  • Projects of the Week, December 21, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of plantumlPlantUml allows you to quickly create some UML diagrams using a simple ...The post Projects of the Week, December 21, 2020 appeared first on Sour…
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  • Today in Tech – 2003
    On this day in 2003 the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing, better known as the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 was signed into law in the ...The post Today in Tech – 2003 appeared first on SourceForge Community Blog.
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  • Projects of the Week, December 14, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of PitchBlack Recovery ProjectPitch Black Recovery is a fork of TWRP with many ...The post Projects of the Week, December 14, 2020 appeared first on SourceF…
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  • Projects of the Week, December 7, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of gnuplotA famous scientific plotting package, features include 2D and 3D plotting, a ...The post Projects of the Week, December 7, 2020 appeared first on…
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  • December 2020, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Freeplane
    For our December “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we selected Freeplane, an application for Mind Mapping, plus Knowledge and Project Management. Freeplane helps to organize and communicate ...The post December 2020, “Staff Pick” Project of…
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  • RazorSQL 10.5.0
    RazorSQL is a SQL database query tool, SQL editor, database browser, and administration tool with support for all major databases and built in connection capabilities for DB2, Derby, Firebird, FrontBase, HSQLDB, Informix, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL,…
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  • DigiKam 8.2.0
    DigiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a "snap". The photos can be organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically, by directory layout or by custom collections…
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  • FireFox 120.0.1
    Firefox is a redesign of the Mozilla browser component (formerly known as Phoenix), similar to Galeon, K-Meleon and Camino, but written using the XUL user interface language and designed to be cross-platform.Firefox is now faster, more secure, and…
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  • ZABBIX 6.4.9
    ZABBIX is all-in-one 24x7 monitoring solution without high cost. ZABBIX is software for monitoring of your applications, network and servers. ZABBIX supports both polling and trapping techniques to collect data from monitored hosts. A flexible noti…
    - 7 days ago 30 Nov 23, 6:01pm -
  • CMake 3.27.9
    CMake is a family of tools designed to build, test and package software. CMake is used to control the software compilation process using simple platform and compiler independent configuration files. CMake generates native makefiles and workspaces tha…
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  • Qt 6.6.1
    Qt is a GUI software toolkit. Qt simplifies the task of writing and maintaining GUI (graphical user interface) applications. Qt is written in C++ and is fully object-oriented. It has everything you need to create professional GUI applications…
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  • Samba 4.19.3
    Samba is an open source software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients. Samba provides a complete replacement for Windows NT, Warp, NFS or Netware servers.
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  • Thunderbird 115.5.1
    Thunderbird is a full-featured email application. Mozilla Thunderbird makes e-mailing safer, faster and easier than ever before with the industry's best implementations of features such as intelligent spam filters, a built-in spell checker, extension…
    - 9 days ago 28 Nov 23, 4:18pm -
  • QBittorrent 4.6.2
    QBittorrent project was created with the idea of developping a new Bittorrent client for Linux that would be easy to use, good looking, featureful but lightweight. qBittorrent can now be considered as a good alternative to other bittorrent clien…
    - 9 days ago 28 Nov 23, 4:18pm -
  • LimeSurvey 6.3.7
    LimeSurvey basically contains everything you need for doing nearly every survey.
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Comprehensive Guide of Linux Roadmap
Comprehensive Guide of Linux Roadmap
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Janis was a powerful Lady.
Janis was a powerful Lady.
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Blues Power!
Blues Power!
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Parents Monitor Their Children's Social Media
Parents Monitor Their Children's Social Media
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The Psychology of Linux: Unravelling the Intricacies of Open Source Community
The Psychology of Linux: Unravelling the Intricacies of Open Source Community
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  • newLinux 6.8 To Drop The SLAB Allocator, SLUB Optimizations Coming Too
    Following the SLOB allocator removal earlier this year, the Linux 6.8 kernel in the new year is now positioned to remove the SLAB allocator. Additionally, the lone good-for-everything SLUB allocator is set to receive further optimizations. Read more…
    - 10 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 12:41pm -
  • newCritical Bluetooth Flaw Exposes Android, Apple & Linux Devices to Takeover
    Attackers can exploit a critical Bluetooth security vulnerability that’s been lurking largely unnoticed for years on macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux device platforms. The keystroke injection vulnerability allows an attacker to control the targeted d…
    - 10 hours ago 7 Dec 23, 12:33pm -
  • Linux Foundation Projects Unite at COP28 to Showcase Open Source Action on U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
    The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, is excited to announce a one-hour live-stream presentation at COP28, Dubai that will explore the transformative power of open source and how it is being us…
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 4:00pm -
  • Cyber Monday Deals Extended Until Dec. 6th!
    Elevate your profile. Improve your skills. Showcase your badges. Get significant deals on open source training and certification from Linux Foundation. Deals end December 6, so start saving now! SAVE NOWThe post Cyber Monday Deals Extended Until Dec…
    - 2 days ago 5 Dec 23, 12:43pm -
  • Linux Foundation Newsletter: November 2023
    This month, our communities met in Chicago for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America, where AI topics were front and center. Two new LF Research reports have been published: the World of Open Source Global Spotlight and the 2023 State of Open Source…
    - 7 days ago 30 Nov 23, 5:13pm -
  • PromCon Recap: Unveiling Perses, the GitOps-Friendly Metrics Visualization Tool
    “An important aspect of Perses strategy is the foundational open source path. Perses is already a project under the Linux Foundation, which means it does not belong to Amadeus or any of the other contributing companies, but to the vendor-neutral fo…
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  • Linux Foundation Newsletter: October 2023
    This month’s newsletter will be one of our biggest ever! In October, our communities met in person at the Open Source Summit Europe in Bilbao and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon + OSS in Shanghai, China.  At OpenSSF’s Secure Open Source Summit in Washi…
    - 49 days ago 19 Oct 23, 1:46pm -
  • mkfs.ext4 – What it actually creates
    Introducing the internal data written to Click to Read More at Oracle Linux Kernel DevelopmentThe post mkfs.ext4 – What it actually creates appeared first on
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  • Exploring the Future of Open Source Solutions in the Mobile Industry
    Read the original blog at Read More The post Exploring the Future of Open Source Solutions in the Mobile Industry appeared first on
    - 72 days ago 26 Sep 23, 8:00pm -
  • Open Source Program Offices in 2023: Key Insights and Gap Exploration
    2023 has emerged as a watershed moment in the open source landscape. This year’s Open Source Program Office (OSPO) survey by the Linux Foundation and the TODO Group sheds new insights into their pervasiveness within organizations worldwide. The peo…
    - 73 days ago 26 Sep 23, 7:00am -

  • VirtualBox Networking
    Most of you may wonder, “Has Jarret lost his mind? What is he talking about, VirtualBox Networking? Everyone knows how to set up networking under VirtualBox!”. I’d say most days, yes, I have lost my mind. But anyway, about VirtualBox Networking…
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  • Linux Terminal Server
    A Terminal Server is a server that can provide the Operating System to the workstations. In most cases, the workstations are diskless and have no means to install an Operating System (OS).Basically, on the Linux Terminal Server, there are images cr…
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  • LFCS – Firewalld
    I hope you enjoy the articles for the LFCS Certification. If you have been following along using VirtualBox to go through the articles, then you will be ready for this one. If you are jumping into this one and not doing the previous one, Turning a Sy…
    - 11 Oct 22, 6:08pm -
  • Bash 09 – Conclusion
    Over the last eight articles, we have covered all the information for making Bash scripts. The rest is up to you.In this article, I hope to go over some concepts again and help you set up a helpful script.Previous articles:…
    - 7 Oct 22, 9:04am -
  • TCP/IP Basics by Math
    The TCP/IP Protocol is essential for accessing the Internet. This is the only protocol used for the Internet, so it is important to have some understanding.Before we get to the math, let’s look at some basics.BasicsEvery system connecting to…
    - 28 Sep 22, 3:16pm -
  • Prince of Persia – DOSBox and Native
    In 1989, one of the best games, that ended up on many consoles, was released. Prince of Persia started on the Apple II. In 1990, they ported it to MS-DOS.They eventually ported the game to these other platforms:NEC PC-9801MS-DOSAmigaAtari STS…
    - 16 Sep 22, 12:12pm -

Redhat Blog

  • How to configure Satellite 6.4 to execute Insights' remediation playbooks
    Configuring Satellite 6.4 for Insights' remediation playbook executionAs explained in my previous post, in Satellite 6.4 Insights integration has gone deeper than ever. With this new release, now Insights remediation playbooks can be executed…
    - 20 Nov 18, 4:36pm -
  • Running Insights remediation playbooks within Satellite 6.4
    What’s all the fuss about Satellite 6.4?Haven’t you heard the news? Satellite 6.4 gives you the ability to remediate your systems with Insights by executing remediation playbooks directly from the UI. How awesome is that?!Let’s walk th…
    - 17 Oct 18, 10:30am -
  • Red Hat Insights guidelines for deployment at scale
    Insights guidelines for deployment at scaleInsights usage varies from customer to customer so there is no real "one size fits all" template. However it is worth highlighting some of the features Red Hat has in place to assist with large sized…
    - 7 Sep 18, 3:04pm -
  • 大規模導入における Insights ガイドライン
    Insights の使用方法はお客様によって異なるので、「万能型」といったテンプレートはありませんが、大型のデプロイメント用に Red Hat が Insights に用意している機能について今回ご紹…
    - 7 Sep 18, 3:04pm -
  • Plans within Satellite!
    Remediation plans within Satellite!One of the most exciting capabilities in Satellite 6.3 is greater integration with Red Hat Insights. Although there are tons of other great features, this one is so important I thought it worth a blog post.U…
    - 23 Jul 18, 9:46am -
  • Satellite でのプラン作成!
    Satellite で修復プランが可能に!Satellite 6.3 のすぐれた機能のひとつは、Red Hat Insights との統合が強化された点です。ほかにもすばらしい点はいくつもありますが、これは非常に重要な…
    - 23 Jul 18, 9:46am -
  • Insights 103

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  • Insights 103
    Back in the Hood!!After a crazy and exciting week of innovations in San Francisco, here I am again to tell you a bit more on how to customize Red Hat Insights to your needs!To blacklist or not to blacklist, that is the questionAs explained i…
    - 29 May 18, 7:35pm -
  • Red Hat サミット サンフランシスコ 2018 での Insights を活用した Red Hat Management & Automation

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  • Red Hat Management & Automation with Insights at Red Hat Summit San Francisco 2018!
    Hi again everyone, I'm Will Nix, Technical Evangelist for Red Hat Management & Automation and I'm headed into my 7th year here at Red Hat. I'm really excited for everyone to join us this year at Red Hat Summit 2018 in San Francisco's Moscone ce…
    - 1 May 18, 3:21pm -

Suse Blog


  • Grafana with Azure AD and AWS Cognito
    We are going to integrate Azure AD as a federated identity provider (IdP) in AWS Cognito user pool that provides a single sign-on (SSO) option for our Grafana users. The Problem We have multiple instances of Grafana deployed for different projects. W…
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  • Gaining SSH Access to TP-Link RE200 Wi-Fi Range Extender
    Gaining SSH access to TP-Link RE200 device by exploiting the fact that TP-Link encryption keys are store on its firmware. This story started with me getting a TP-Link repeater for my loft so that I could provide wireless coverage to my smart boiler.…
    - 50 days ago 18 Oct 23, 6:00pm -
  • Kubernetes Cluster Hardening: Set Minimum TLS Version to 1.3
    We are going to harden our Kubernetes cluster to use TLS 1.3 only. Before We Begin We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. Kubernetes v1.19 added support for TLS 1.3 ciphers. Etcd v3.5.8 added support for TLS 1.3. Do note that Kubernetes…
    - 86 days ago 12 Sep 23, 6:00pm -
  • How to Mount an AWS S3 Bucket Locally on Linux Using Mountpoint
    The day has finally come. Mountpoint for Amazon S3 is now generally available. Probably the most anticipated headline since ChatGPT. Mountpoint for AWS S3 Mountpoint for AWS S3 is a high-throughput open source file client for mounting an Amazon S3 bu…
    - 10 Aug 23, 6:00pm -
  • cannot open shared object file when upgrading from Debian Buster to Bullseye
    Having fun while upgrading Debian 10 to 11. The Problem The following error is thrown during a Debian upgrade from Buster to Bullseye: /usr/bin/python3: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file…
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  • Migrating HA Kubernetes Cluster from Rocky Linux 8 to Rocky Linux 9
    Kubernetes homelab migration to the latest version of Rocky Linux. The Upgrade Plan We are going to upgrade our Kubernetes homelab nodes from Rocky 8 to Rocky 9. We have a cluster of six nodes, three control planes and three worker nodes, all of whic…
    - 7 Jul 23, 6:00pm -
  • Configure PXE Boot Server for Rocky Linux 9/CentOS 9 Kickstart Installation
    Preparing to migrate homelab infrastructure from Rocky 8 to Rocky 9. Pre-requisites We are using our existing PXE boot homelab server in this article. All commands to be run on the PXE boot server. Download and Create Rocky Linux 9 FTP Installation M…
    - 4 Jul 23, 6:00pm -
  • Get Rid of Ubuntu Pro Advertisement when Updating Apt
    Getting rid of terminal ads on Ubuntu. The Problem $ sudo apt upgrade [...] Get more security updates through Ubuntu Pro with 'esm-apps' enabled: [...] The Solution By the looks of it, the advertisement message is coming from the following file /etc/…
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  • Mongo Shell SyntaxError Identifier Directly After Number
    Working with MongoDB 6.0 and mongosh 1.10.0. The Problem By the looks of it, mongosh interprets its input as Javascript, which renders the below syntax invalid. mydb> db.5cf6cb51f461500001617292.find({},{_id:1}).hint({_id:1}); Uncaught: SyntaxError:…
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  • Replacing a Failed Control Plane Node in a HA Kubernetes Cluster
    We have a failed control plane node in our highly available multi-master Kubernetes cluster that we need to replace. Before We Begin We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. We have a failed control plane srv31 that needs removing from th…
    - 14 Jun 23, 6:00pm -

  • Configuring Firewalld to Work Seamlessly with Docker on CentOS
    Docker has revolutionized the way developers and system administrators manage containerized applications. However, when using Docker on CentOS, ensuring that your firewall settings are correctly configured is crucial for the security and proper funct…
    - 71 days ago 27 Sep 23, 3:42pm -
  • Mastering NGINX Tuning: Optimizing Web Server Performance
    Explore NGINX tuning in our comprehensive 2000-word guide, covering configuration optimization, performance enhancements, and best practices to ensure your web server operates at peak performance. Learn how to fine-tune NGINX, implement advanced feat…
    - 71 days ago 27 Sep 23, 3:33pm -
  • Exploring eBPF: Revolutionizing Network and System Monitoring
    This article explores eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter), tracing its evolution from a simple packet filtering tool to a transformative technology reshaping system and network monitoring, security, and observability. Delving into core concepts, d…
    - 76 days ago 22 Sep 23, 3:30pm -
  • Kubernetes: Installation and Overview on CentOS 8
    Kubernetes, an open-source container orchestration platform, revolutionizes the deployment and management of containerized applications. This article provides an installation guide for Kubernetes on CentOS 8, empowering users to harness the full pote…
    - 76 days ago 22 Sep 23, 3:16pm -
  • Install Docker on Centos 8
    Docker is a powerful tool that simplifies the process of creating, deploying, and managing applications within lightweight, portable containers. Installing Docker on CentOS 8 is straightforward, and this guide will walk you through the process step b…
    - 77 days ago 21 Sep 23, 4:03pm -
  • Laravel Installation Guide For CentOS
    How to install Laravel on CentOS One of the most popular frameworks of PHP is Laravel. The use of this framework is increasing day by day. Website development becomes easier by using this framework. It is open-source software. So anyone can install a…
    - 7 Mar 19, 7:32pm -
  • Openstack Services Explanation And Overview
    What Are OpenStack Services? OpenStack is essentially a collection of modular services all of which interact through APIs to make OpenStack. Without an understanding of what each OpenStack services do it’s hard to understand or support OpenStack.…
    - 12 Aug 18, 5:39pm -
  • OSSEC Intrusion Detection Installation On Centos 7
    OSSEC (Open Source HIDS SECurity) is an open source host-based intrusion detection system (HIDS).  It performs log analysis, integrity scanning, rootkit detection, time-based alerting, and active responses to triggers. You can install it on linux,…
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  • Configure ProFTPd for SFTP on CentOS
    This is a guide on how to configure ProFTPd for SFTP sessions. Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) is a secure version of FTP which transfers files via the SSH protocol. ProFTPD can be reconfigured to serve SFTP sessions vs using the default FTP pro…
    - 14 Jan 18, 3:53pm -
  • How To Check And Repair MyISAM Tables In MySQL
    MySQL tables can become corrupt for a variety for reasons such as incomplete writes, running out of space, the MySQL daemon  being killed or crashing, power failures.  If MySQL detects a crashed or corrupt table it will need to be repaired before i…
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  • #76 - Consul
    In this episode, we will checking out HashiCorps Consul for easy Service Discovery. We will chat about common use cases, server architecture, how a service registry works, and more. There will be demos too.
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  • #74 - Nomad
    In this episode, we will checking out HashiCorps Nomad for Application Orchestration. We will chat about common use cases, server architecture, scheduling applications, containers, and more. There will be demos too.
    - 11 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #75 - Industry News - Issue #3
    In this episode, we are going to review what is new in the world of DevOps over the past week. Grab a coffee and we will walk through it together. We will chat about Amazon S3 Batch Ops, keeping your Cloud costs under control, how Airbnb is using k8s…
    - 8 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #72 - Vault
    In this episode, we will checking out HashiCorps Vault for Secret Management. We will chat about common use cases, server architecture, storing and retrieving secrets, dynamic secrets, and more. There will be demos too.
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  • #73 - Industry News - Issue #2
    In this episode, we are going to review what is new in the world of DevOps over the past week. Grab a coffee and we will walk through it together. We will chat about the unauthorized access to Docker Hub, how Shopify is benchmarking Istio, and look a…
    - 2 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #70 - DevOps Launch Checklist
    In this episode, I wanted to raise awareness to a few great DevOps Launch Checklists. These checklists can really save your butt, when you have a large event planned, where you expect huge amounts of traffic.
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  • #71 - Industry News - Issue #1
    In this episode, we are going to review what is new in the world of DevOps over the past week. Grab a coffee and we will walk through it together. We will checkout PagerDutys Incident Response docs, Tinders move to Kubernetes, command-line tricks, Gi…
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  • #69 - Cloud Run with Knative
    In this episode, we will look at the recently launched Cloud Run Beta. It is a managed service, that runs stateless containers, invocable via HTTP requests. Also, we will look at differences between Cloud Run, Lambda, and Fargate. There are demos too…
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  • #68 - Oh My Zsh
    In this episode, I wanted to quickly chat about my default shell and a few things I find useful about it. I am using the Z Shell, with the Oh My Zsh framework scripts, and the Robby Russell theme.
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  • #67 - Quick Tips: SRE books, Video Hotkeys, and History
    In this episode, I wanted to quickly chat about a few things that I find useful but do not really fit into a larger episode. First, we will chat about the the SRE books. Second, useful video hotkeys. Finally, a quick way to grep through your command…
    - 15 Apr 19, 12:00am -

  • How To List Disks on Linux
    For the system administrator, checking that disks are working properly is a big concern. In many cases, you will have to list all the disks available on your computer, with…The post How To List Disks on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 7 Mar 21, 11:21am -
  • How To Add Route on Linux
    As a network engineer, you probably spend a lot of time thinking and planning your network infrastructure. You plan how computers will be linked, physically using specific cables but also…The post How To Add Route on Linux appeared first on devcon…
    - 27 Feb 21, 1:36pm -
  • How To Git Add All Files
    When working on software projects, it is quite common for developers to add new files to their repositories. In some cases, you may want to change some of your existing…The post How To Git Add All Files appeared first on devconnected.
    - 28 Jan 21, 6:29pm -
  • How To Encrypt Partition on Linux
    In one of our previous articles, we learnt how you can encrypt your entire root filesystem on Linux easily. However, in some cases, you may want to encrypt one simple…The post How To Encrypt Partition on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 11 Jan 21, 7:42pm -
  • How To Flush DNS Cache on Linux
    DNS, short for the Domain Name System protocol, is used on Linux systems in order to retrieve IP addresses associated with names. For example, when you are performing a ping…The post How To Flush DNS Cache on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 9 Jan 21, 6:19pm -
  • How To Find Last Login on Linux
    If you are working in a medium to big-sized company, it is quite likely that you are working with many other system administrators. As you are performing your sysadmin tasks,…The post How To Find Last Login on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 4 Jan 21, 10:47pm -
  • How To Encrypt Root Filesystem on Linux
    As a system administrator, you probably already know how important it is to encrypt your disks. If your laptop were to be stolen, even a novice hacker would be able…The post How To Encrypt Root Filesystem on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 3 Jan 21, 11:53am -
  • How To Undo Git Add Command
    When using Git, it is quite common for developers to add new files to their repositories during development. Most of the time, files are associated with commits. Developers often start…The post How To Undo Git Add Command appeared first on devconn…
    - 16 Dec 20, 10:31pm -
  • How To Encrypt File on Linux
    If you are a conscientious system administrator, you have probably already wondered how you can make your files secure. Nowadays, as system attacks get more and more frequent, it isn’t…The post How To Encrypt File on Linux appeared first on devc…
    - 13 Dec 20, 11:38am -
  • How To List Services on Linux
    As a system administrator, you are probably dealing with a lot of services every day. On Linux, services are used for many different purposes. They may be used in order…The post How To List Services on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 6 Dec 20, 1:32pm -


  • Best authentication practices for email senders
    Learn why you want to authenticate email. When your emails are properly authenticated using the industry’s best practices, your sender reputation will flourish.
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  • What is SDDC VMware?
    SDDC VMware — whose acronym stands for software-defined data center — is an architecture that enables a fully automated, zero-downtime infrastructure for any application.
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  • 2024 cPanel and Plesk pricing breakdown
    Liquid Web customers can review a monthly cost analysis of running a cPanel or Plesk server with the 2024 pricing changes based on the management platform.
    - 8 days ago 30 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • CentOS Linux 7 EOL — everything you need to know
    CentOS Linux 7 will reach its End of Life (EOL) on June 30, 2024. Learn what you need to know and how to prepare ahead of time in anticipation of the CentOS 7 EOL date.
    - 10 days ago 28 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • How to install Node.js on Linux (AlmaLinux)
    Use this guide to install Node.js on Linux (AlmaLinux). Node.js is a versatile and robust runtime environment for running JavaScript on your web server.
    - 11 days ago 27 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • Large language models tutorial — natural language database queries
    This large language models tutorial conveys best practices for optimizing the use of LLMs. Employing LLMs can enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of data analysis.
    - 17 days ago 21 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • MediaWiki installation guide for Linux (AlmaLinux)
    Using this MediaWiki installation guide for Linux (AlmaLinux), provide a central location for storing, sharing, and collaboratively editing information.
    - 22 days ago 16 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • Upgrading or installing PHP on Ubuntu — PHP 7.2 and Ubuntu 22.04
    After upgrading or installing PHP on Ubuntu — PHP 7.2 and Ubuntu 22.04 — let's see how to configure your Apache instance to use PHP 7.2 and install any missing modules.
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  • Why is your IP blocked?
    Learn more about how to avoid having your IP blocked. Understand why your IP address was blocked and how to unblock it in our IP blocking management guide.
    - 36 days ago 2 Nov 23, 9:00am -
  • How to install JBoss Application Server (WildFly Server) on AlmaLinux
    WildFly Server, the community version of JBoss EAP, is a lightweight, modular, fast Java EE application server that can be deployed on AlmaLinux with this guide.
    - 37 days ago 1 Nov 23, 9:00am -
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