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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…
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  • 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…
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  • 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…
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  • 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…
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  • 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…
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  • 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…
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  • BASH Shell: For Loop File Names With Spaces
    {Updated} In this tip, I will explain how we can iterate over a list of files with blank or white spaces in their names. This is a common problem in bash, where space is usually interpreted as a delimiter when using with for loop.The post BASH Shell:…
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  • How to see Raspberry Pi OS version on Raspberry PI
    Do you want to know which version of Raspberry Pi OS is running on your hardware? Here is how to find the Raspberry Pi OS version including hardware details such as CPU, RAM and model using the command-line option.Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter -…
    - 8 days ago 17 Sep 22, 9:49am -
  • pydf - Linux tool to see colourised filesystem disk space usage
    {Updated} The pydf command displays the amount of used and available space on your file systems, just like df command, but in colors. The output format is completely customizable.The post pydf - Linux tool to see colourised filesystem disk space usag…
    - 12 days ago 13 Sep 22, 11:57am -
  • Why are the results of UNIX, BSD and Linux command 'df' and 'du' different sometimes?
    {Updated} As a Unix sysadmin, sometimes I notice that df and du output are different from each other. So what to do when df and du report different usage? My older troubleshooting blog post from the 2000s is still valid in 2022.The post Why are the r…
    - 12 days ago 13 Sep 22, 11:52am -
  • How to upgrade OpenSUSE 15.3 to 15.4 using the CLI
    Right now, the most advanced OpenSUSE version is 15.4. It is an opportunity for desktop and server users running the previous 15.3 release to update to the latest software stack. The procedure for upgrading OpenSUSE 15.3 to 15.4 is simple to follow.…
    - 12 days ago 13 Sep 22, 6:52am -
  • Apache 403 Forbidden Error and Solution
    {Updated} All HTTP error codes starting with 4xx are generated because of client browser requests. A 403 error code means the client browser (or the person trying to access your site) cannot access the requested URL. Many reasons can cause it. Let us…
    - 14 days ago 11 Sep 22, 10:21am -
  • Ubuntu 22.04 Set Up UFW Firewall in 5 Minutes
    A Ubuntu 22.04 LTS comes with UFW (uncomplicated firewall) that protects the desktop or server against unauthorized access. UFW is easy to use frontend app for a Linux packet filtering system called Netfilter. Traditionally Netfilter rules are set u…
    - 30 days ago 26 Aug 22, 2:03am -
  • How to add swap to AWS EC2/Lightsail Amazon Linux instance
    So like many solo developers, I am tight on resources, especially money-wise. I have two AWS EC2 VMs running as WireGuard VPN on Amazon Linux for personal usage, and another one is my dev machine with Python, PHP and stuff. These are tiny VMs with j…
    - 31 days ago 25 Aug 22, 9:27am -
  • How to run ls command case insensitive mode on Linux/Unix
    Sometimes you need to use the ls command on your Linux or Unix machine and match the pattern, interpreting upper- and lowercase letters as the same. In other words, I tell ls to find and list files regardless of their case insensitive. For instance,…
    - 33 days ago 23 Aug 22, 9:35am -
  • How to install MySQL server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Linux
    MySQL version 8.0 is a free and open-source database system used by most web applications and sites on the Internet. Typically MySQL is part of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP) stack. MySQL heavily uses popular open-source software…
    - 45 days ago 11 Aug 22, 12:11am -


  • 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 until…
    - 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 (re…
    - 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 plugins,…
    - 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 wi…
    - 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 ne…
    - 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 a…
    - 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 pin…
    - 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 horizo…
    - 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 17.0…
    - 13 Apr 17, 5:06pm -


  • How to Install Nexus Repository Manager on Ubuntu 22.04
    Nexus is one of the most popular repository managers in the DevOps world. It allows you to store and retrieve build artifacts and also provides features to push and pull artifacts via CI and IDE integration tools such as Visual Studio and Jenkins.
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 4:44pm -
  • How to Install Neos CMS on Debian 11
    Neos is an enterprise content management built-in with custom content modeling that provides an effective way to edit and manage content, SEO optimization such as automatic redirects and SEO metadata, and powerful roles and user management.
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 4:34pm -
  • Getting Started with Podman: Manage Images, Containers and Volumes
    Podman is a container runtime that provides features similar to Docker. It's part of the libpod library and can be used to manage pods, containers, container images, and container volumes.
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 2:49pm -
  • How to Install Podman on Ubuntu 22.04
    Podman also called "Pod Manager" is an open-source tool used for creating and managing containers. It is part of the libpod library that doesn’t rely on the Docker daemon and is compatible with Docker. In this tutorial, I will show you how to insta…
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 2:46pm -
  • Update the ISPConfig Perfect Server from Debian 10 to Debian 11
    This tutorial will take you through updating a server managed by ISPConfig from Debian 10 (buster) to Debian 11 (bullseye). This guide works for both single- and multiserver setups.
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 7:04am -
  • How to Install VNC Server on Rocky Linux
    Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a desktop sharing protocol that allows you to control a computer remotely using VNC client software. In this tutorial, you will set up the VNC Server with TigerVNC on a Rocky Linux server. You will also learn how to…
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 11:26am -
  • How to Install Prestashop with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Debian 11
    PrestaShop is a free, open-source, efficient, and innovative e-commerce solution that helps you to sell your products online. It is a powerful and adaptable e-commerce CMS that provides all features needed to create an online store.
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 9:51am -
  • How to Install vTiger CRM Open Source Edition on Debian 11
    vTiger is an all-in-one CRM (Customer Relationship Management) solution for your business. It is suitable for small and medium businesses. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install vTiger CRM on the Debian 11 server with the LAMP Stack. This…
    - 6 days ago 19 Sep 22, 4:11pm -
  • How to Install TIG Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) on Ubuntu 22.04
    The TIG (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) Stack is an acronym for a platform of open-source tools to make the collection, storage, graphing, and alerting of system metrics easier. You can monitor and visualize metrics such as memory, disk space, logg…
    - 6 days ago 19 Sep 22, 4:05pm -
  • How to Install Graylog Centralized Log Management System on Rocky Linux
    Graylog is a free and open-source log-management platform for capturing, storing, and enabling real-time analysis of your data and logs. It's written in Java and built on top of other open-source software like MongoDB and Elasticsearch.
    - 9 days ago 16 Sep 22, 4:04pm -



  • 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 -


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  • new26 best practices to secure your cloud environment
    IntroductionCloud computing has revolutionized the way organizations store, manage and process data. From the perspective of security, however, the cloud presents some unique challenges. Cloud providers build their infrastructure based on…
    - 2 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 5:49am -
  • newHacktoberfest 2022: Preptember!
    Hacktoberfest 2022 is almost upon us!Whether you are new to Hacktoberfest or a seasoned veteran, welcome!If you're new to Hacktoberfest or open source, don't fret! The community is here to support you! Worried about that first pull request (PR)…
    - 3 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 4:17am -
  • newIntroduction to Cloud Computing [Part 1]
    My intentionHello, this is my first post here, my name is Luis Valdivia, and I'm a backend developer with 12 years of experience, 6 of them working with cloud computing mostly with AWS and GCP.I always wanted to write about cloud computi…
    - 4 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 3:21am -
  • newManaging File System Permissions
    User CategoriesFiles has three categories of users for which permissions apply:The user who created the fileA user who is in the same grub as the userAll other users Permission CategoriesFile/directory have three catego…
    - 5 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 2:22am -
  • newRails guide - Adding CI - Part 5
    Hey guys! How are you?This article is a part of a series that will teach how to create a production ready rails application. Today we're gonna talk about CI. Table of contentWhat is CIToolingAction creation What is CIC…
    - 5 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 2:15am -
  • newIntroduction to AI & ML
    So you want to learn about AI and Machine Learning? You've come to the right place! This is a beginner's guide to AI and Machine Learning. Let's get started right away! What is AI?AI stands for Artificial Intelligence. It is the intell…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 2:07am -
  • newPassword(less) 101
    PasswordsPasswords help to confirm the user's identity. When you type your username or email, it is your identity on the website. A password supports your claim that you are who you are. It is something you know, and nobody else knows, al…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 2:00am -
  • newThe End of Localhost
    Dev environments should be cattle, not pets. It looks likely that most development will not be done on localhost in future.Make the ultimate developer experience wishlist for the average rich-country developer in 2030:Fast gigabit internet is che…
    - 6 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 1:30am -
  • newReact - The hidden function for keys
    You know you should pass keys for lists so React doesn’t get mad at you right?So you think: why not just key everything? Better yet… why not make it random? Keys!Outside of lists that you map, you might think keys have no functi…
    - 8 hours ago 25 Sep 22, 12:09am -
  • newModerating tags on Dev
    Hello ThereI have recently seen quite a few posts being published here on Dev that are asking for more moderation of posts and/or better moderation within certain tags on Dev. As one of many tag moderators that helps out here at Dev I fel…
    - 10 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 10:00pm -


  • Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS unlocks Ubuntu 20.04 LTS upgrades
    Canonical has released Ubuntu 22.04,1 LTS to the public. The first point release of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS -- Long Term Support -- marks an important milestone in development, as it is the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubuntu 22.04.1…
    - 44 days ago 12 Aug 22, 5:35am -
  • How to upgrade to Linux Mint 21 using the Upgrade Tool
    Last week, the Linux Mint team released Linux Mint 21, a new base version of the popular Linux distribution. Today, instructions have been published on updating existing installations of Linux Mint to […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The po…
    - 47 days ago 9 Aug 22, 5:03am -
  • Linux Mint 21 is now available
    The Linux Mint team has released a new version of the popular Linux distribution to the public. Linux Mint 21, codename Vanessa, is now available. Linux Mint 21 is a long-term support […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mint 21…
    - 55 days ago 1 Aug 22, 5:07am -
  • Linux Mint 21 Beta is now available for testing
    Linux Mint 21 is almost ready. If you are interested in trying the next version of the popular Linux distribution early, you may download official beta ISO images to do so. All […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mint 21 Beta is…
    - 74 days ago 13 Jul 22, 5:25pm -
  • Heroic Games Launcher: play Epic Games Store and Gog games on Linux
    When it comes to PC games, multiple gaming platforms and stores compete for a share of the market. While Valve's Steam has been the dominating platform for a long time, there are […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Heroic Games Launch…
    - 76 days ago 11 Jul 22, 5:11am -
  • Linux is performing better than Windows 11 according to this benchmark test
    When it comes to benchmarks, most computer users are probably interested in performance comparisons of hardware and software running on the same operating system. Is this or that graphics card better for […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The…
    - 78 days ago 9 Jul 22, 5:39pm -
  • A Look at Titan Linux -- Customized Debian Stable
    I was talking with a friend of mine about Linux distributions, and he asked me if I had ever heard of Titan Linux, to which I replied I had not. He told […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post A Look at Titan Linux -- Customized Debian St…
    - 6 Jun 22, 9:01am -
  • Ubuntu 22.10 is dropping PulseAudio
    Ubuntu 22.10 is making a big change to the future of the Ubuntu Linux distribution line, by switching the audio server setup from PulseAudio to PipeWire. The news was confirmed officially by […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubuntu…
    - 23 May 22, 4:28am -
  • Ubuntu Cinnamon 22.04 - A great 22.04 release!
    The most well-known and arguably most widely used Linux system, Ubuntu, has a flavour called Ubuntu Cinnamon, which has been updated to 22.04 to match the latest Ubuntu release. This new version […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubu…
    - 2 May 22, 5:26am -
  • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with GNOME 42 and Wayland as the default is now available
    Canonical released the final version of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS -- Long Term Support -- with GNOME 42, Wayland as the default for all systems and Firefox being provided as a snap only, […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubuntu 22.04 LTS wit…
    - 21 Apr 22, 3:43pm -


  • Arch Linux drops Python 2
    Arch Linux has announcedthat Python 2 is being removed from the distribution's repositories."If you still require the python2 package you can keep it around, butplease be aware that there will be no security updates."
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  • [$] BPF as a safer kernel programming environment
    For better or worse, C is the lingua franca in the world of kernelengineering. The core logic of the Linux kernel is written entirely inC (with a bit of assembly), as are its drivers and modules. While C isrightfully celebrated forits powerful ye…
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 2:50pm -
  • Three new stable kernels
    The 5.19.11, 5.15.70, and 5.10.145 stable kernels are now available. Asusual, they contain important fixes throughout the kernel tree.
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 2:09pm -
  • Security updates for Friday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (bind9, expat, firefox-esr, mediawiki, and unzip), Fedora (qemu and thunderbird), Oracle (webkit2gtk3), SUSE (ardana-ansible, ardana-cobbler, ardana-tempest, grafana, openstack-heat-templates, openstack-hor…
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 1:54pm -
  • [$] Safer flexible arrays for the kernel
    At the 2022 LinuxSecurity Summit Europe (LSS EU), Gustavo A. R. Silva reported in onwork he has been doing on "flexible" arrays in the kernel. While thesearrays provide some ... flexibility ... they are also a source of bugs,which can often res…
    - 2 days ago 22 Sep 22, 10:45pm -
  • Rust 1.64.0 released
    Version1.64.0 of the Rust language has been released. Changes include thestabilization of the IntoFuturetrait, easier access to C-compatible types, the availability ofrust-analyzer viarustup, and more.
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 2:51pm -
  • Security updates for Thursday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (e17, fish, mako, and tinygltf), Fedora (mingw-poppler), Mageia (firefox, google-gson, libxslt, open-vm-tools, redis, and sofia-sip), Oracle (dbus-broker, kernel, kernel-container, mysql, and nodejs and nod…
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  • [$] Weekly Edition for September 22, 2022
    The Weekly Edition for September 22, 2022 is available.
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 1:14am -
  • [$] Two visions for the future of
    Public hosting systems for free software have come and gone over the yearsbut one of them, Sourceware, has beensupporting the development of most of the GNU toolchain for nearly25 years. Recently, an application was made to bringSourceware unde…
    - 3 days ago 21 Sep 22, 10:41pm -
  • GNOME 43 released
    Version 43 of the GNOME desktop environment has been released; see the release notes for details.This latest GNOME release comes with improvements across the board,ranging from a new quick settings menu, a redesigned Files app, andhardware s…
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 6:11pm -


  • newWhat Is GPS L5, and How Does It Improve GPS Accuracy?
    For years, consumer-grade devices used single-frequency GPS receivers to determine their location. But that is changing as newer gadgets have started adding support for a second GPS frequency called L5. Here’s everything you need to know.Read This…
    - 10 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 10:00pm -
  • newBrushing Scams: Here’s Why You’re Getting Random Packages
    Across the United States and other countries, millions of people are surprised to receive packages they never ordered. In most cases, the source is a scam called “brushing.” Here’s why you’re getting free loot.Read This Article on How-To Geek…
    - 11 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 9:00pm -
  • newWhy You Should Buy a Hybrid Instead of an Electric Car
    Are you in the market for a new car? Gas prices are rough and electric cars can be expensive, but there’s good news:  Hybrid cars aren’t just less expensive—they may actually be better than fully electric cars in today’s world.Read This Arti…
    - 12 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 8:00pm -
  • newHow to Make an HDMI Cable Even Longer
    Standard HDMI cables, also known as passive HDMI cables, have length limitations. They can only be a certain number of feet long before risking performance issues. So what can you do to extend the length of your HDMI connection?Read This Article on H…
    - 14 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 5:30pm -
  • newWhat Is RFID, and Is It Really a Security Concern?
    RFID is a technology that surrounds us every day. It’s in our credit cards, passports, and some of the products we buy. Even many of our pets have RFID chips in them!Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 15 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 5:13pm -
  • newThe Best Headphones of 2022
    Everyone loves headphones for listening to music, movies, and phone calls. But with hundreds of options on the market, which one do you pick? Whether you need active noise cancellation (ANC), a wireless pair, or are just on a budget, we have the head…
    - 18 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 2:00pm -
  • newWhat Is Discord, and Is It Only for Gamers?
    Discord offers free VoIP, text, and video chat servers, along with unique features for gamers like Twitch integration. It’s also a must-have for doing business in the gaming industry, and it might give other enterprises a unique edge in customer co…
    - 19 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 12:30pm -
  • 16 NASA Inventions We Use Every Day
    You’d probably be shocked at just how many items we use every day started life in a NASA lab. Sometimes you’re trying to get astronauts home safely, and in the process, you invent something that belongs in every home or toolkit.Read This Article…
    - 1 day ago 23 Sep 22, 10:00pm -
  • Nothing Teases Its Next Pair of Earbuds
    Hardware maker Nothing has gained plenty of press attention due to its products, including a smartphone and a pair of affordable ANC earbuds, as well as CEO Carl Pei’s marketing antics. The company will launch the Ear (Stick) earbuds, and in good o…
    - 1 day ago 23 Sep 22, 9:35pm -
  • Google Wallet vs. Google Pay: What’s the Difference?
    Google is notorious for confusingly named products, and that might be most apparent with Google Wallet and Google Pay. These two apps have taken a convoluted path to get where they are today. So which one should you be using?Read This Article on How-…
    - 1 day ago 23 Sep 22, 9:00pm -


  • Bunch
    Bunch: Bunch is a little macOS utility that sits in your Dock (or your Menu Bar). It doesn’t have any windows. When you right/ctrl-click the Dock icon (or click the menu item), it gives you a list of “Bunches” you can select from, each one l…
    - 15 Jan 20, 4:07pm -
  • Rectangle
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  • Show active connection
    $ nmcli -g name,type connection show --active|awk -F: '/ethernet|wireless/ { print $1 }' View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by wuseman1Diff your entire server config at
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  • Simple tar
    $ tar -cvzf file.tar.gz pathSimple commant to tar a path View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by x3mboyDiff your entire server config at
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  • rclone - dump teamdrive config to config file
    $ $ rclone backend -o your-config.conf drives mydrive: View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by dbieseckeDiff your entire server config at
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  • url redirect tracer with curl
    $ curl --silent -I -L | grep -i locationtracing redirects for a given url shortener View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by aysadkDiff your entire server config at
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  • QEMU From Fedora Livecd + Device CD + Device Disk + UEFI + 800x600 forced
    $ sudo qemu-system-x86_64 ...Entire command:sudo qemu-system-x86_64 -enable-kvm -cpu host -M q35 -m 2G -smp 4 --bios /usr/share/edk2/ovmf/OVMF_CODE.fd -drive id=cdrom,file=/dev/sr1,if=none,media=cdrom,format=raw,readonly=on -drive id=disk,file=/dev…
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  • Extend LVM and online resize filesystem
    $ lvextend -l +100%FREE /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv && resize2fs /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lvDefault volume group in Ubuntu is ubuntu-vg and the logical volume is ubuntu-lv, so the provided command will resize the disk to utilize 100% of the available spac…
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  • Clean or clean pacman and pamac cache
    $ sudo pacman -Scc && pamac clean -b View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by bugmenotDiff your entire server config at
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  • Sort disk usage from directories
    $ du --max-depth=1 -h . | sort -hSort disk usage from directories in the current directory View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by x3mboyDiff your entire server config at
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  • Truncate long strings in columns and use custom header names
    $ column -s: -t -n . -N USERNAME,PASS,UID,GID,NAME,HOMEDIR,SHELL -T NAME /etc/passwd|sed "1,2 i $(printf %80s|tr ' ' '=')"Using the --table-truncate ( -T ) option, you can specify the columns you will allow to be truncated. This helps when you have…
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  • How to sum lines with decimals in awk
    $ awk '{a+=$0}END{print a}' fileRead all lines using decimal marker as point, then add all them up and outputs the result. View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by bugmenotDiff your entire server confi…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: CustomResourceDefinition Validation Rules Graduate to Beta
    Authors: Joe Betz (Google), Cici Huang (Google), Kermit Alexander (Google)In Kubernetes 1.25, Validation rules for CustomResourceDefinitions (CRDs) have graduated to Beta!Validation rules make it possible to declare how custom resources are validat…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: Use Secrets for Node-Driven Expansion of CSI Volumes
    Author: Humble Chirammal (Red Hat), Louis Koo ( v1.25, released earlier this month, introduced a new featurethat lets your cluster expand storage volumes, even when access to thosevolumes requires a secret (for example: a cr…
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: Local Storage Capacity Isolation Reaches GA
    Author: Jing Xu (Google)Local ephemeral storage capacity isolation was introduced as a alpha feature in Kubernetes 1.7 and it went beta in 1.9. With Kubernetes 1.25 we are excited to announce general availability(GA) of this feature.Pods use epheme…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: Two Features for Apps Rollouts Graduate to Stable
    Authors: Ravi Gudimetla (Apple), Filip Křepinský (Red Hat), Maciej Szulik (Red Hat)This blog describes the two features namely minReadySeconds for StatefulSets and maxSurge for DaemonSets that SIG Apps is happy to graduate to stable in Kubernetes…
    - 10 days ago 15 Sep 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: PodHasNetwork Condition for Pods
    Author:Deep Debroy (Apple)Kubernetes 1.25 introduces Alpha support for a new kubelet-managed pod conditionin the status field of a pod: PodHasNetwork. The kubelet, for a worker node,will use the PodHasNetwork condition to accurately surface the i…
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  • Blog: Announcing the Auto-refreshing Official Kubernetes CVE Feed
    Author: Pushkar Joglekar (VMware)A long-standing request from the Kubernetes community has been to have aprogrammatic way for end users to keep track of Kubernetes security issues(also called "CVEs", after the database that tracks public security…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: KMS V2 Improvements
    Authors: Anish Ramasekar, Rita Zhang, Mo Khan, and Xander Grzywinski (Microsoft)With Kubernetes v1.25, SIG Auth is introducing a new v2alpha1 version of the Key Management Service (KMS) API. There are a lot of improvements in the works, and we're ex…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes’s IPTables Chains Are Not API
    Author: Dan Winship (Red Hat)Some Kubernetes components (such as kubelet and kube-proxy) createiptables chains and rules as part of their operation. These chainswere never intended to be part of any Kubernetes API/ABI guarantees,but some external…
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  • Blog: Introducing COSI: Object Storage Management using Kubernetes APIs
    Authors: Sidhartha Mani (Minio, Inc)This article introduces the Container Object Storage Interface (COSI), a standard for provisioning and consuming object storage in Kubernetes. It is an alpha feature in Kubernetes v1.25.File and block storage are…
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  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.25: cgroup v2 graduates to GA
    Authors:: David Porter (Google), Mrunal Patel (Red Hat)Kubernetes 1.25 brings cgroup v2 to GA (general availability), letting thekubelet use the latest container resourcemanagement capabilities.What are cgroups?Effective resource management is a…
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Reddit K8s

  • newerror: You must be logged in to the server (Unauthorized)
    I am trying to spin up an EKS cluster on AWS. I am logged in to the console as the root user, but the user that I want to use to manage the EKS cluster is a different user. I have read several articles on this topic and I am not understanding the ar…
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  • newFirst time using kubernetes. Information overload.
    Hi. So basically my issue is as stated in the title. I have a workload I have been handling on a local system being controlled with a script. This workload requires authenticating to many different networks and running a series of commands through th…
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  • newopen-appsec machine learning Kubernetes WAF - progress tracking using gamification
    submitted by /u/onirisapp [link] [comments]
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  • newETCD Backup and Restore on the CKA
    Hello everyone. I have a question about ETCD backup/restore pertaining to the CKA. i have taken the test twice so far, and am within 4 points of a passing score. So frustrating, but at the same time I want to know what I'm doing wrong because with th…
    - 14 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 5:37pm -
  • newcreate new cluster
    I have an EKS cluster with my web app running. I need to create a dev cluster based on current cluster so I dont mess with running cluster. Not sure how to do this? submitted by /u/mrjoli021 [link] [comments]
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  • newIntroducing Wolfi – the first Linux (Un)distro designed for securing the software supply chain
    submitted by /u/dlorenc [link] [comments]
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  • newMy experience of the CKAD training & exam
    I took & passed the CKAD exam this week and just wanted to share my experience of the training provided by The Linux Foundation and the exam itself. I didn't find the LF training course very useful. You can find everything covered at…
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  • newHow do you keep track of performance metrics in your cluster?
    Could not deploy a pod due to CPU limit, and started to investigate on performance metrics. I am able to get what I need with kubectl top nodes for now, but I wonder what other solutions out there? How do you keep track of how much CPU and memory use…
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  • newKubevela, Crossplane: share your experience
    Hello everyone, Please share your experience with these two technologies, specially of you are using any of them in production. submitted by /u/ubiquae [link] [comments]
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  • ELI5 KNative and K8s? Complete noob.
    I am new to Kubernetes. How does KNative fit into the picture? I watched a bunch of tech conference on Knative on youtube, but I still do not have a clear view of this. ​ It seems like KNative does what Kubernetes can already do. For example one of…
    - 1 day ago 24 Sep 22, 5:40am -

Reddit Docker

  • Cloud Native Glossary — the Korean version is live! 
    The Cloud Native Glossary is a project led by the CNCF Business Value Subcommittee. Its goal is to explain cloud native concepts in clear and simple language without requiring any previous technical knowledge. We are in the process...
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • How to think about securing Kubernetes with WAF and DoS protection
    Guest post originally published by Jenn Gile of NGINX To best protect cloud-native apps, you need to deploy flexible, Kubernetes‑friendly WAF and DoS protections at the right places in your infrastructure.  For any team deploying applications, web…
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • Four lessons that took Argo from first commit to GitOps darling
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  • 10 ways to make your software pipeline more observable
    Guest post originally published on the Cloudsmith blog by Ciara Carey Ciara lists 10 ways to make your software pipelines more transparent and observable to gain insights, identify unusual behavior and possibly prevent a software supply chain attack.…
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • SPIFFE and SPIRE Projects Graduate from Cloud Native Computing Foundation Incubator
    Projects are used by leading cloud native companies including Bloomberg, ByteDance, Pinterest, and Twilio, among others San Francisco, CA – September 20, 2022 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems…
    - 5 days ago 20 Sep 22, 4:00pm -
  • New research says cert-manager is vital for production environments that are scaling
    Guest post from Richard Collins, Jetstack In recent months the cert-manager user community has been surveyed to understand how this CNCF Sandbox project is being used in production environments. As a highly popular developer-centric tool used primari…
    - 5 days ago 20 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • LitmusChaos August 2022 update
    As promised, we are back with another edition of monthly updates from the LitmusChaos community. With the growth of the Chaos Engineering community as well as the LitmusChaos community, we appreciate this massive participation and immense engagement…
    - 5 days ago 20 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • Managing Kyverno policies as OCI Artifacts with OCIRepository sources
    Project post originally published on the Flux blog The Flux team has released a new version of Flux  v0.32 that includes fantastic features. One of them is OCI Repositories feature that allows us to store and distribute a wide variety of sources…
    - 6 days ago 19 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • An open source policy engine that automates remediation: Polaris 
    Guest post by Robert Brennan, VP of product development, Fairwinds Polaris is an open source policy engine that runs dozens of checks to ensure that your Kubernetes pods and controllers are configured using best practices in cluster security,...
    - 9 days ago 16 Sep 22, 3:00pm -
  • 10 critical Kubernetes tools and how to debug them
    Guest post originally published on the Rookout blog by Gedalyah Reback, Senior Product Marketing Manager at Rookout Kubernetes is both revolutionary and “diffusionary.” It is a complete restructuring demanding a whole new slew of companion and su…
    - 10 days ago 15 Sep 22, 3:00pm -

hacker news


  • newBungee-Jumping into Quarkus: Blindfolded but Happy
    A year ago, I started with a couple of friends a new project based on Quarkus to create a visual editor for integrations called Kaoto.As responsible of the backend side, I obviously chose Java to do it. Coming from the Java 8 world with shy traces o…
    - 10 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 9:43pm -
  • newWhy You Should Be Deploying Postgres on Kubernetes
    Running a Postgres installation is trivial. However, setting up a production environment is a whole different matter. The main reason is that Postgres is not by itself a production-ready software, it requires a set of side tools to complement its fun…
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  • newHow to Automate OWASP ZAP
    Introducing ZAPOWASP ZAP is the world’s most popular web app scanner that now sees over 4 million “Check for Updates” calls per month (up from 1 million just earlier this year).It is free, open-source, and used by people with a wide range of…
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  • newModel Compression Techniques for Edge AI
    Deep learning is growing at a tremendous pace in terms of models and their datasets. In terms of applications, the deep learning market is dominated by image recognition followed by optical character recognition, and facial and object recognition. Ac…
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  • newWhy Are Process Gates the Hellish Spawn of Evil You Should Avoid at All Costs?
    Today, I’d like to talk about common mistakes leaders make. Let’s see if you can spot the pattern: Engineering is shipping too many bugs, so you bring in a QA team that reviews everything before it goes out to production. There has been a hi…
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  • new(Don’t) Follow the Hype [Comic]
    This is an article from DZone's 2022 Database Systems Trend Report.For more: Read the Report
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  • newWhen To Use Request-response With Apache Kafka?
    How can I do request-response communication with Apache Kafka? That's one of the most common questions I get regularly. This blog post explores when (not) to use this message exchange pattern, the differences between synchronous and asynchronous comm…
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  • newTurn Your App into a Handy Health Assistant
    Personalized health records and visual tools have been a godsend for digital health management, giving users the tools to conveniently track their health on their mobile phones. From diet to weight and fitness and beyond, storing, managing, and shari…
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  • newWhat Are Data Apps?
    Previously, we’ve described the parts of headless BI, taken an in-depth look at the data modelling layer, and explored one use case for headless BI: embedded analytics. This week, let’s take a step back and look at the category of data applicatio…
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  • newJS (React) Technical Interview: Structure, Coding Tasks Examples, Tips
    Last year I was involved in many technical interviews, and in this article, I want to share my experience.The first step in every interview is preparation. This is a very important part, and it starts with reading the candidate’s CV. It shouldn’…
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  • The future of
    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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  • WattOS — a lightweight, low-power Linux
    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 ready for 40 Years
    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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  • newNASA Waves Off Next Artemis I Launch Attempt Due To Tropical Storm
    The Artemis I rocket will not have its third launch attempt on Tuesday as planned due to concerns over Tropical Storm Ian making its way toward Cuba and Florida. CNN reports: After meeting on Saturday morning, NASA's Artemis team decided to forgo the…
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  • newSaul Kripke, Philosopher Who Found Truths In Semantics, Dies At 81
    Saul Kripke, a math prodigy and pioneering logician whose revolutionary theories on language qualified him as one of the 20th century's greatest philosophers, died on Sept. 15 in Plainsboro, N.J. He was 81. The New York Times reports: His death, at P…
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  • newCybersickness Could Spell an Early Death For the Metaverse
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from the Daily Beast: Luis Eduardo Garrido couldn't wait to test out his colleague's newest creation. Garrido, a psychology and methodology researcher at Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra in the Domin…
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  • newNewsom Vetoes 'Premature' Crypto Oversight Bill For California
    California Governor Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill that would require crypto financial-service businesses to get a special license to operate, calling it premature and costly. Bloomberg reports: Newsom on Friday declined to sign the legislation known as…
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  • newDOT To Map Out Nation's Time Zones After Report Shows No Official Map Exists
    A person may take knowing the local time for granted, but an official review revealed that there is no single, accurate map showing the nation's time zones and local observance of Daylight Saving Time. CNN reports: Federal transportation officials ar…
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  • newIs Plant-Based Meat Fizzling In the US?
    Citing McDonald's shelved meat-free burger trial and a 70% dip in Beyond Meat's stock, The Guardian suggests plant-based meats may not interest Americans as much as investors thought. From the report: Getting meat eaters in the US to adopt plant-base…
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  • newAV1 Update Reduces CPU Encoding Times By Up To 34 Percent
    According to Phoronix, Google has released a new AOM-AV1 update -- version 3.5, that drastically improves encode times when streaming, rendering, or recording from the CPU. At its best, the update can improve encoding times by up to 34%. Tom's Hardwa…
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  • newControversial Artist Matches Influencer Photos With Surveillance Footage
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Smithsonian Magazine: It's an increasingly common sight on vacation, particularly in tourist destinations: An influencer sets up in front of a popular local landmark, sometimes even using props (coffee, beer,…
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  • newCrypto-Mixing Service Tornado Cash Code Is Back On GitHub
    Code repositories for the Ethereum-based mixer Tornado Cash were relisted on GitHub on Thursday. CoinDesk reports: The U.S. Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets (OFAC) banned Americans last month from using Tornado Cash, a decentralized pri…
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  • newAsk Slashdot: What High-End Smartphone Is Best For Privacy?
    New submitter cj9er writes: Considering all the privacy issues in today's online climate (all the issues with Meta right now), what is the best high-end smartphone to select? Apple: No way they don't sell your data... Sure, they have privacy for thir…
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  • Distribution Release: ExTiX 22.9
    The ExTiX distribution is an Ubuntu-based project which features alternative desktop environments. The latest version of ExTiX uses the KDE Plasma desktop and ships with the Anbox software for running Android applications. The release announcement sh…
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  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 986
    This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Porteus 5.0News: Unofficial new software centre for Ubuntu, Proxmox offers offline mirroringQuestions and answers: Remotely wiping hard driveReleased last week: SME Server 10.1, IPFire 2.27 Core 170Torrent cor…
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  • Distribution Release: IPFire 2.27 Core 170
    IPFire is a lightweight Linux distribution for use with firewalls and routers. The project has released a new update which introduces publicly supplied IP block lists. "The next Core Update is released: IPFire 2.27 - Core Update 170. It features new…
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  • Distribution Release: SME Server 10.1
    Terry Fage has announced the release of SME Server 10.1, an updated version of the project's specialist distribution for home servers. This version continues to be based on CentOS 7 and will be supported until June 2024: "The Koozali SME Server deve…
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  • Development Release: Fedora 37 Beta
    Ben Cotton has announced the release of a new development snapshot for Fedora 37. The new snapshot includes GNOME 43, updated versions of programming languages such as Python and Perl, and removes support for ARMv7 CPUs. "Fedora 37 Workstation Beta i…
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  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 985
    This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Garuda Linux 220808News: Fedora plans to replace DNF, elementary OS introducing responsive design in its apps, UBports to be officially supported on the Fairphone, Slackware reverses change to GNU grep, Debian…
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  • Distribution Release: Salix 15.0
    Salix is a Slackware-based Linux distribution that is simple, fast, easy to use and compatible with Slackware Linux. The distribution has published Salix 15.0 which includes the Xfce 4.16 desktop, much larger package repositories, and Flatpak support…
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    This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: deepin 23 PreviewNews: Debian applies Chromium search engine change, HardenedBSD publishes status update, Mint tests utilities on the Steam Deck, Devuan repository key troublesQuestions and answers: Watching…
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    Canonical has announced a point release for Ubuntu 20.04 and its community editions. The new release, 20.04.5, offers updated hardware support along with security fixes since the original 20.04 release. "The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the rel…
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    Bruce Dubbs has announced the release of version 11.2 of Linux From Scratch, a project that provides a free book containing step-by-step instructions to build a custom Linux system from scratch. A separate book called "Beyond Linux From Scratch", whi…
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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
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  • Projects of the Week, December 7, 2020
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  • December 2020, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – Freeplane
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  • Today in Tech – 1991
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  • newWine 7.18
    Wine is an implementation of the Windows APIs on top of X and Unix. Think of Wine as a Windows compatibility layer. Wine provides both a development toolkit (Winelib) for porting Windows sources to Unix and a program loader, allowing many unmodified…
    - 19 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 1:14pm -
  • newFireFox 105.0.1
    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…
    - 19 hours ago 24 Sep 22, 1:14pm -
  • Audacity 3.2.0
    Audacity is a free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. Audacity can record live audio through a microphone or mixer, or digitize recordings from cassette tapes, vinyl records, or minidiscs. With some sound cards, it can also captu…
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  • GLib2 2.72.4
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  • Perl 5.37.4
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  • Bind 9.18.7
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  • Mesa 22.2.0
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  • RPM 4.18.0
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  • TEA 61.1.0
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  • Webminstats 2.21
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  • Find text in files using the Linux grep command
    Using grep, you can quickly find text matching a regular expression in a single file, a group of files, or text coming from stdin. Read More at Enable SysadminThe post Find text in files using the Linux grep command appeared first on
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 4:01pm -
  • Join the Race to Build Sustainable Software!
    The post originally appeared on The post Join the Race to Build Sustainable Software! appeared first on
    - 2 days ago 23 Sep 22, 3:59am -
  • 19 AnsibleFest 2022 presentations for sysadmins
    19 AnsibleFest 2022 presentations for sysadmins Image Photo by Pedro Lastra on Unsplash AnsibleFest is back as an in-person event. Check out some of the event’s top presentations to help sysadmins automate better. Posted: September 22, 2022 | %t mi…
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  • Participate in the first-ever survey to discover digital transformation readiness of energy stakeholders
     The post Participate in the first-ever survey to discover digital transformation readiness of energy stakeholders appeared first on
    - 2 days ago 22 Sep 22, 8:00pm -
  • Explore OpenShift APIs from the command line
    Get key details about routes, buildconfigs, deploymentconfigs, and other OpenShift-specific APIs. Read More at Enable SysadminThe post Explore OpenShift APIs from the command line appeared first on
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 4:01pm -
  • PyTorch Contributor: Why And How To Become One
    This blog post originally appeared on the PyTorch blog on Medium, and is written by Viacheslav Kovalevskyi.The post PyTorch Contributor: Why And How To Become One appeared first on
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  • Not found. Sign Up to to use this feed.
    Not found. Sign Up to to use this feed. – create a new RSS feed at – (Xc2q6FiAlnVPcFPD)The post Not found. Sign Up to to use this feed. appeared first on
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 2:27am -
  • Backporting patches using git
    Backporting patches can be a real pain, Click to Read More at Oracle Linux Kernel DevelopmentThe post Backporting patches using git appeared first on
    - 3 days ago 21 Sep 22, 10:45pm -
  • How to configure your CA trust list in Linux
    Add and delete certificate authorities (CAs) from your default trust list to grant networking permissions on a case-by-case basis. Read More at Enable SysadminThe post How to configure your CA trust list in Linux appeared first on
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 4:01pm -
  • What’s the state of open source in Europe? And why does it matter now?
    When we think of the achievements of Europe, perhaps the first thing that comes to mind is the building of its great cities, such as London, Paris, and Rome. Many think of Europe as the home of early advancements in science, music, literature, and th…
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  • 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…
    - 9 days ago 16 Sep 22, 12:12pm -
  • LFCS – Turning a System Into a Router
    There are times you may want to set up a system to act as a go between for a network and the Internet.This ‘go between’ is a system that acts as a router and is designated as a gateway for the systems on a network.Let’s look at this in more…
    - 13 days ago 12 Sep 22, 1:09pm -
  • Bash 09 – Functions
    We have covered all of Bash, except for Functions. Functions can be very helpful for a script.If you have any programming experience, then you should already have an understanding of the Function. A Function is a set of commands that you utilize mu…
    - 16 days ago 9 Sep 22, 3:05pm -
  • VirtualBox Explored (Part 2)
    I am sorry to have had to split the article up, but it was getting too long. The second part goes into the aspects of using more of the various features of VirtualBox. There should hopefully be something here that will be useful to everyone.The f…
    - 19 days ago 6 Sep 22, 1:52pm -
  • Steam Game Server
    Quite a few people use Steam to play games. Sometimes, some people may want to play a multi-player game with only immediate family. This article can help you create your own server to use.By having your own server, you can use all the resources for…
    - 25 days ago 31 Aug 22, 1:49pm -
  • LFCS – Network Management
    These days, we connect nearly all computers to a network in some manner. Whether the connection is Ethernet (hard-wired) or Wi-Fi, there is a method of sharing data or accessing shared data.When dealing with TCP/IP for the Internet, these commands…
    - 27 days ago 29 Aug 22, 1:43pm -

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…
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  • 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

    - 1 May 18, 3:21pm -
  • 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

  • 3 Reasons to Migrate to SUSE Manager 4.3
    You’re running SUSE Manager 4.1 and you are perfectly content.  After all, you’ve got support for your multi distro environment, the ability to patch your systems automatically using Salt or Ansible and can access the amazing SUSE follow-the-sun…
    - 4 days ago 21 Sep 22, 4:07pm -
  • SUSE – Delivering a Secure Nexus Point for Edge Computing, Powered by NVIDIA
    Summary Earlier today, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang announced the IGX platform for edge AI computing. The new platform brings security and functional safety into sensitive areas of edge computing, such as manufacturing, logistics, energy, and…
    - 5 days ago 20 Sep 22, 4:01pm -
  • SLES for SAP OS patching procedure for Scale-Up Perf-Opt HANA cluster
    This blog post cover a specific maintenance scenario where we will discuss the steps of OS patching on a scale-up performance optimized HANA cluster. This is a supplementary blog to more generic blogs on SLES for SAP maintenance available at Maintena…
    - 5 days ago 20 Sep 22, 10:09am -
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.3 Public RC (RC 2) is out!
      We are thrilled to announce the Public Release Candidate (RC 2) of SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.3! SLE Micro is an ultra-reliable, lightweight operating system purpose built for edge computing. Please check out our Product page to learn more, but…
    - 9 days ago 16 Sep 22, 2:01pm -
  • SUSE adds security automation support for Kernel Live Patches
    SUSE has found that security automation is not handling SUSEs kernel livepatches very well. To understand the underlying problem and ways toward a solution, lets first look at the underlying concepts. Kernel Livepatching Kernel livepatching is a tech…
    - 10 days ago 15 Sep 22, 2:14pm -
  • SUSE Rancher and Komodor – Continuous Kubernetes Reliability
    SUSE guest blog authored by: Oren Ninio, Head of Solution Architecture at Komodor The Kubernetes Landscape With 96% of organizations either using or evaluating Kubernetes and over 7 million developers using Kubernetes around the world, according to a…
    - 12 days ago 13 Sep 22, 12:46pm -
  • Security, Sustainability and Speed: Introducing the IBM LinuxONE Emperor 4
    A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending SHARE 2022.  It was a great experience, not only because of the incredible content, but also because it was the first live event that we were able to attend since the pandemic.  Interacting with clie…
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  • Reduce the Barriers to Entry for Blockchain by Leveraging Kubernetes’ Capabilities
    Distributed ledger technologies (DLT) are changing the nature of doing business and helping companies reimagine how to manage tangible and digital assets. DLT platforms, including blockchain and associated technologies which include smart contracts,…
    - 16 days ago 9 Sep 22, 4:31am -
  • Major Milestone in SUSE+AWS Partnership
    Today is a very very good day. Yep. Because… we have big news! Huuuuuuge in fact! SUSE has signed a Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with AWS! The goal – help and accelerate our joint customer’s cloud migration journey! This is a really…
    - 17 days ago 8 Sep 22, 5:04pm -


  • Upgrading Homelab Kubernetes Cluster from 1.23 to 1.24
    The most time-consuming Kubernetes upgrade to date because of dockershim. The Upgrade Path Our cluster was originally built using Ansible (kubeadm). We will use kubeadm upgrade to upgrade it. We will be upgrading from: kubeadm 1.23.5 kubelet 1.23.5 k…
    - 3 days ago 22 Sep 22, 6:00pm -
  • Build and Install OpenLens on Linux
    We are migrating from Lens to OpenLens. OpenLens provides insight into everything that runs in Kubernetes. If you use Kubernetes on a day-to-day basis, OpenLens is for you. The Problem Lens is no longer open to everyone by demanding users to create a…
    - 10 days ago 15 Sep 22, 6:00pm -
  • Kubernetes Liveness Probe Saves the Day
    Probes are health checks that are executed by kubelet. The Problem We’ve been running dockerised Java applications on Kubernetes for a while now, all with readiness probes configured. Due to Blue/Green deployment the application would receive frequ…
    - 17 days ago 8 Sep 22, 6:00pm -
  • Speed up Ansible SSH with Multiplexing
    Ansible runs a whole lot of SSH commands one after another. The Problem Ansible opens an SSH connection for every playbook run. When you have multiple servers you need to configure in parallel with multiple playbooks being applied to them then it all…
    - 24 days ago 1 Sep 22, 6:00pm -
  • How to Download View-Only Teams Meeting Recording Video from SharePoint
    Meeting recording auto-expiration feature is no joy. The Problem As part of the devolution of the new Stream built on SharePoint, new recordings automatically expire 60 days after they are recorded. This means that team meeting recordings shared by o…
    - 31 days ago 25 Aug 22, 6:00pm -
  • Rocky Linux 9 Kernel Panic on Packer Launched qemu-kvm
    Rocky Linux 9 is out, therefore it’s time to build new Packer images. The Problem When trying to create a Rocky Linux 9 VM with Packer and Qemu builder running on Rocky Linux 8.6, the installer fails due to kernel panic. It turns out that direct in…
    - 65 days ago 22 Jul 22, 6:00pm -
  • Backup Kubernetes Cluster Resources to AWS S3 with Velero
    We will install Velero to backup and restore Kubernetes cluster resources to AWS S3. Pre-requisites We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. Configuration files used in this article can be found on GitHub. Clone the following repository:…
    - 19 May 22, 1:00am -
  • Deploy Elasticsearch and Kibana on Kubernetes with Helm
    We will install Elasticsearch and Kibana as well as set up basic security for the Elastic Stack plus secured HTTPS traffic. Pre-requisites We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. Configuration files used in this article can be found on G…
    - 19 Mar 22, 12:15am -
  • Upgrading Homelab Kubernetes Cluster from 1.22 to 1.23
    Calico 3.22 has been released with support for Kubernetes 1.23. The Upgrade Path Our cluster was originally built using Ansible (kubeadm). We will use kubeadm upgrade to upgrade it. We will be upgrading from: kubeadm 1.22.4 kubelet 1.22.4 kubectl 1.2…
    - 18 Mar 22, 12:15am -
  • Building Qemu KVM Images with Packer
    Packer is a tool that enables us to create identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source template. We are going to build a Rocky 8 image using Packer. Why Packer? It’s fast. Deploying KVM guests with Packer-built images takes…
    - 12 Mar 22, 12:30am -

  • 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,…
    - 26 Mar 18, 10:06pm -
  • 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…
    - 10 Nov 17, 2:57am -
  • Mod_Expires Configuration In Apache
    mod_expires is a module which runs on the Apache web server. It allows manipulation of the cache control headers to leverage browser caching. What this means more specifically is that you will be able to set values on how long the image will be store…
    - 9 Oct 17, 11:16pm -
  • WebP Image Conversion On A Linux Server
    WebP is a new image format that provides a lossless and lossy compression on PNG and JPEG file types. It was developed by Google resulting in up to 80% smaller image size. It is supported on all most all modern browser versions. You can use Nginx and…
    - 19 Sep 17, 12:49am -
  • CollectD System Performance Monitor Installation On Centos 7
    Collectd is a daemon which collects system performance data and metrics. It runs as a daemon and the data it collects can either be processed locally or sent to a central logging server. It is easy to configure and set up and can be configured to re…
    - 12 Sep 17, 2:22am -
  • How To Setup mod_rewrite In Apache
    mod_rewrite is a Apache module installed on linux servers to manipulate URLs submitted in the browser to perform other functions than it appears. Mod_rewrite can improve SEO appearing to give it a static appearance. This guide assumes you already hav…
    - 5 Sep 17, 6:28pm -
  • How To Reset A MySQL Root Password
    MySQL contains it own ‘root’ password independent of the system root password, this is a guide on how to reset the MySQL root password. To reset it you will need root access on the server that has the MySQL instance. The same process applies to p…
    - 4 Sep 17, 4:57pm -

  • #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.
    - 18 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #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.
    - 2 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #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.
    - 25 Apr 19, 12:00am -
  • #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…
    - 25 Apr 19, 12:00am -
  • #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…
    - 17 Apr 19, 12:00am -
  • #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.
    - 16 Apr 19, 12:00am -
  • #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 -


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