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Nixcraft

  • How to enable firewalld logging for denied packets on Linux
    {Updated} How do I enable FirewallD logging for denied packets on Linux operating systems so that I can view all dropped packets information? How can I view a log of the traffic blocked by FirewallD under a CentOS/RHEL (Red Hat Enterprise Linux)/Suse…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 8:36am -
  • How to find and delete directory recursively on Linux or Unix-like system
    {Updated} I type 'find . -type d -iname foo -delete command to find all foo directories and delete them. However, I am getting an error message that read as, find: cannot delete './hourly.4/data/foo': Directory not empty on my Linux server. How do I…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 7:23pm -
  • tmpmail – A temporary email right from Linux / Unix terminal
    Are you looking to send a temporary email right from your Linux or Unix terminal? Look no further. Try tmpmail command-line utility that allows you to generate a temporary email address for receiving emails. Underneath the script uses 1secmail's API…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 11:55am -
  • How to Install Java on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Linux
    Can you explain how to install Java on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Linux system?The post How to Install Java on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Linux appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 7 days ago 12 Sep 20, 9:02am -
  • How To Protect SSH With Fail2Ban on CentOS 8
    {Updated} My ssh log file shows too many password failures. Random IP address trying to brute force my sshd server running on CentOS 8 server. How do I protect ssh with fail2ban on CentOS 8 Linux server? How do I install Fail2Ban on CentOS 8?The post…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 4:10pm -
  • How to create a Linux swap file
    I am a new Linux system developer and user. How do I create a Linux swap file from the command line option for my cloud server? How can I add swap space on my Ubuntu 20.04 LTS or CentOS Linux 7/8 server?The post How to create a Linux swap file app…
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 10:22am -
  • How do I know if my Linux is 32 bit or 64 bit?
    {Updated} I need to find out if my Linux server is running on 32-bit or 64-bit system. How do I know if my Linux is 32 bit or 64 bit?The post How do I know if my Linux is 32 bit or 64 bit? appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 10 days ago 9 Sep 20, 7:58pm -
  • How to check if CentOS / RHEL needs a full reboot
    I am using a CentOS/RHEL 6/7/8 server. How do I check from the command line if a reboot is required for my CentOS host? How do I check if a host powered by CentOS Enterprise Linux needs to reboot after running the yum update command?The post How to…
    - 10 days ago 8 Sep 20, 8:45pm -
  • How to install kotlin programming language on Ubuntu/Debian Linux
    {Updated} How do I install the latest version of kotlin programming language on Ubuntu or Debian Linux system?The post How to install kotlin programming language on Ubuntu/Debian Linux appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 11 days ago 8 Sep 20, 7:01pm -
  • Linux Change or Rename User Name and UID
    {Updated} How do I change user name (rename user name) or UID under a Linux operating system using command line tools? How do I change or rename username in Linux?The post Linux Change or Rename User Name and UID appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 12 days ago 7 Sep 20, 10:52am -

Webupd8

  • 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 Apr 18, 10:46am -
  • 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 -

howtoforge

  • newThe Perfect Server CentOS 8 with Apache, PHP, Postfix, Dovecot, Pure-FTPD, BIND and ISPConfig 3.2 (Beta)
    This tutorial shows how to install ISPConfig 3.2 on a CentOS 8 (64Bit) server. ISPConfig 3 is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure the following services through a web browser: Apache web server, Postfix mail server, MySQL, BIND n…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:29pm -
  • newHow to integrate ONLYOFFICE editors with Moodle on Ubuntu
    In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to connect ONLYOFFICE online editors and your Moodle instance using the activity plugin available in the Moodle library.
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:25pm -
  • Configmaps in Kubernetes
    In this article, we will see two examples to access data from configmaps in Kubernetes. In one example we will use config maps as environment variables in the pod command and in the other we will  populate a volume with data stored in a ConfigMap
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 10:50am -
  • How to Install Apache Spark on Ubuntu 20.04
    Apache Spark is an open-source framework and a general-purpose cluster computing system. Spark provides high-level APIs in Java, Scala, Python and R that supports general execution graphs.
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 9:43am -
  • Install Puppet Master and Agent on Ubuntu 20.04
    Puppet is a free and open-source administration automation engine for Linux, Unix and Windows operating systems. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Puppet server and agent on Ubuntu 20.04 server.
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 12:41pm -
  • Install Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 20.04
    Plex is a powerful and feature-rich media streaming server that can be used to organize your video, music, and photo, and stream them to remote the remote devices from anywhere. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Plex media server with…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 4:26pm -
  • How to Setup LibreNMS Monitoring Tool with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04
    LibreNMS is a free and open-source network monitoring tool for Linux operating system. You can monitor different operating systems such as Linux, Windows, FreeBSD and several network devices such as Cisco, Juniper, Foundry, FreeBSD, Brocade and many…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 3:36pm -
  • The Perfect Server - Ubuntu 20.04 with Apache, PHP, MariaDB, PureFTPD, BIND, Postfix, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.2 (Beta)
    This tutorial shows how to install an Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) server with Apache, BIND, Dovecot and ISPConfig 3.2. ISPConfig is a web hosting control panel that allows you to configure Email, Webserver, and DNS services easily through a web br…
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 4:24pm -
  • Create a Daemonset in Kubernetes
    A DaemonSet ensures that all nodes run a copy of a Pod. Normally, the node that a Pod runs on is selected by the scheduler but  DaemonSet pods are created and scheduled by the DaemonSet controller.
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 9:50am -
  • How to Install Flarum Forum on Ubuntu 20.04
    Flarum is a free, open-source and next-generation forum application that helps you to build your own online discussion forum. It is written in PHP, simple, fast and easy to deploy. In this tutorial, we will explain how to install Flarum forum with Ap…
    - 11 days ago 8 Sep 20, 11:52am -

tuxmachines

  • newAndroid Leftovers
    The 20 Best Wallpaper Apps for Android Device in 2020The best Android phone to buy for 2020Here’s our best look at Google’s new Android TV Chromecast yetNEOGEO’s Arcade Pro 20 game console + Android support now $100 (23% off)New l…
    - 28 mins ago 19 Sep 20, 8:06am -
  • new6 Best Free Linux Web Caches
    Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is considered to be the fundamental protocol of the web. This simple request/response protocol is used for distributed, collaborative, hypermedia information systems. The web consumes a large portion of internet t…
    - 43 mins ago 19 Sep 20, 7:51am -
  • newKDE Plasma 5.20 Beta is out. Final Release Next Month.
    The next installment of the Plasma desktop environment, KDE Plasma 5.20 Beta released. The final release is expected on October 13, 2020. read more
    - 3 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 5:07am -
  • newtoday's leftovers
    Submit a KSyntaxHighlighting Color ThemeThe KSyntaxHighlighting framework provides support for color themes.These color themes specify all colors (text/background/selection/…) and font style roles (italic/bold/…) that are used for the highlig…
    - 4 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 4:15am -
  • newThe Top 50 Programming Languages to Learn Coding
    Gone are the days when a handful of people were considered as top computer programmers and developers. The dawn of the digital age has now made it possible to everyone to play with codes and write a computer program. What all this need is to have a…
    - 4 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 4:05am -
  • newFree Software and OSS Leftovers
    Benefits Of Using Odoo For Small BusinessesIn this tutorial, we will be showing you how using Odoo can benefit a small or medium-sized business.As times have progressed, businesses big and small have become more complex in their operations. With…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 3:45am -
  • newGraphics: Taiwins 0.2, Etnaviv, V3DV, Libre-SOC, X.Org/FreeDesktop.org and More
    Taiwins 0.2 is outHi all,A long while ago [1]. I introduced the Taiwins wayland compositor. It wasbuilt upon libweston. It turned out despite my attempts, I couldn't get mypatches to merge in libweston. Libweston has quite a few bugs and missi…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 3:28am -
  • newSecurity Leftovers
    Zerologon – hacking Windows servers with a bunch of zerosThe big, bad bug of the week is called Zerologon.As you can probably tell from the name, it involves Windows – everyone else talks about logging in, but on Windows you’ve always very…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 3:20am -
  • newLinux Kernel and Linux Foundation
    Preparing for the realtime futureUnlike many of the previous gatherings of the Linux realtime developers, their microconference at the virtual 2020 Linux Plumbers Conference had a different feel about it. Instead of being about when and how to get…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 3:16am -
  • newIBM/Red Hat/Fedora Leftovers
    Red Hat Named a Leader by Independent Research Firm in Multicloud Container Development Platforms EvaluationRed Hat was evaluated for The Forrester Wave™ based on 29 criteria across three categories: Current Offering, Strategy and Market Presen…
    - 6 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 2:31am -

thegeekstuff

  • 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…
    - 3 days ago 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 -
  • 7 Python Function Examples with Parameters, Return and Data Types
    Functions are code snippets in a block that is assigned a name. It takes input, performs computation or an action and returns the output. Functions enhances the reusability of the code. In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the following examples: Basic…
    - 27 Jun 19, 2:00am -
  • 8 Examples of Sharing AWS Managed AD with Multiple Accounts from CLI and Console
    Once you create a Managed AD in an AWS account, you can share this AD with other accounts. This is a common use-case when you have AWS Managed Active Directory in a shared services account that needs to be shared with other workload accounts. The fol…
    - 11 Jun 19, 4:00am -
  • 15 PaloAlto CLI Examples to Manage Security and NAT Policies
    While working with PaloAlto firewall, sometimes you’ll find it easier to use CLI instead of console. Working on CLI is very helpful when you are testing something on a dev/test firewall, where you repeatedly try-out the same thing with different va…
    - 4 Jun 19, 2:00am -
  • How to Install and Configure Elasticsearch Cluster with Multiple Nodes
    In our previous elasticsearch tutorial, we discussed how to install and setup a stand-alone elasticsearch instance. While stand-alone installation is good for dev/test, for production, it is recommended to setup elasticsearch cluster. Elasticsearch c…
    - 29 May 19, 2:13am -
  • 5 Python Examples to Handle Exceptions using try, except and finally
    Exceptions in python are error thrown by syntactically correct statements. They terminate the execution of the script. Some example of exceptions are NameError, TypeError, AssertionError, ConnectionAbortedError, etc. These abortions can be handled to…
    - 28 May 19, 2:00am -
  • 7 Elasticsearch Basic CRUD Operation Examples – Index, Update, Get and Delete
    Elasticsearch supports storing documents in JSON format. It also provides REST interface to interact with elasticsearch datastore. In this article, we will discuss how to do basic CRUD operations on elasticsearch datastore using the following example…
    - 23 May 19, 2:00am -
  • Introduction to Microservices Architecture vs SOA vs Monolithic
    Microservice is an architectural pattern, or we could say a system design pattern. It is based on Service Oriented Architecture. Service Oriented architecture (SOA) Service based architecture is a way of designing your system or applications in such…
    - 22 May 19, 2:00am -
  • 7 AWS CloudTrail Best Practices with Console and CLI Examples
    In AWS, whether you perform an action from Console, use AWS CLI, use AWS SDK, or when a AWS service does an action on your behalf, all of those API activities are logged in AWS CloudTrail. This tutorials explains the following 7 essential AWS Cloudtr…
    - 17 Apr 19, 3:00am -

Jupiter

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dev.to

  • newWhat was your win this week?
    👋👋👋👋Hey everyone! I'm back for the week as @graciegregory is getting a head start on our company-wide vacation: The DEV/Forem Team is Taking a Mental Health Holiday 💚 Jess Lee (she/her)…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 4:21pm -
  • newBuilding and publishing your first NPM package
    You have created a new reusable piece of code and want to share it with everyone or maybe you just have an idea that can be useful in different projects. But you are completely lost about how to start to code and create a npm package or even how to p…
    - 19 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 1:46pm -
  • Moment.js & The Selflessness of Developers
    A couple of days ago, I saw a post on Hacker News about some announcements from Moment.js. If you’ve done web development with JavaScript, there’s a good chance you’ve used Moment.js. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a library that make…
    - 1 day ago 18 Sep 20, 3:10am -
  • React: Hiding an Element as you Scroll
    Recently I was looking for a way to hide (or possibly show) an element as you scroll down the page in my React app (portfolio site). YES, there are some React components that you can add on that may do the trick depending on the task (see React-Headr…
    - 1 day ago 18 Sep 20, 2:49am -
  • How I built architecture of uptime monitoring service
    Table of contentsIntroRequirementsVPS Provider and ServersTechnologies usedHow a node worksHow the core server worksTo sum upWhat didn't workWhy it took so long? IntroHi there! This is my first article so it might no…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 6:47pm -
  • An introduction to TypeScript and ES Modules
    JavaScript is everywhere, and TypeScript is JavaScript with some cool extra features.You've probably heard of it, it's exceptionally popular, with lots of really mainstream JavaScript libraries and frameworks being built in TypeScript.We're going…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 4:26pm -
  • Hacktoberfest Contributor's Guide: How To Find and Contribute to Open-Source Projects
    IntroductionContributing to open source software is not only a way to share your skill in a particular language or tech stack, it can be a rewarding practice to share your engineering knowledge and collaborate with the developer community…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:32pm -
  • Slack Vibe 🎉, the Open Source Analytics for Slack
    In this post, we tell a story of a single question in our community Slack, which led to unforeseen consequences and resulted in the launch of an open-source product for all communities and teams using Slack.Cube.js has a vibrant and growing communi…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:21pm -
  • Customise VS Code for a project, or per language
    VS Code is very customisable, it can cater to (most of) your whims and peccadillos!You may want something done differently for a specific project or when you are working with a particular language. So, how can you dress VS Code up for the right occ…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:11pm -
  • Farewell, Moment.js!
    On September 15, 2020 Moment.js maintainers’ team stated that one of the world’s most popular JavaScript date library has come to an end.It doesn’t need any introduction: according to NPM, as of September 2020, it has over 14 million download…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:02pm -

ghacks

  • A Look at Kdenlive – Libre Video Editor for GNU/Linux
    I have done my fair share (or more) of video editing in my life, primarily using Adobe Premiere Pro as I was taught in college. However, I try not to use Windows […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post A Look at Kdenlive – Libre Video E…
    - 24 days ago 26 Aug 20, 9:21am -
  • How to use Proton with Steam in GNU/Linux for AAA Gaming
    I’ve been a gamer since the days of DOS. I remember playing Commander Keen, Police Quest, Duke Nukem 3D and the original DOOM – The last of which I still remember the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post How to use Proton with Stea…
    - 47 days ago 3 Aug 20, 6:00am -
  • Microsoft releases Process Monitor tool Procmon for Linux
    Microsoft revealed some time ago that it had plans to port some of the tools provided by Sysinternals to Linux. One of the tools mentioned was Process Monitor, or short ProcMon, and […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Microsoft releas…
    - 61 days ago 20 Jul 20, 5:10am -
  • Linux Mint 20 Final has been released
    The team behind the popular Linux distribution Linux Mint has released Linux Mint 20, codename Ulyana, to the public on June 27, 2020. The new version of the distribution comes in Cinnamon, […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mi…
    - 83 days ago 28 Jun 20, 5:16am -
  • Linux Mint 20 will block Ubuntu Snap by default
    The team behind the popular Linux distribution Linux Mint plans to release Linux Mint 20 next month. The release features several changes and improvements. One of the changes was announced in the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Li…
    - 95 days ago 16 Jun 20, 2:52pm -
  • Superpaper is an advanced wallpaper app for Windows and Linux with unique features
    Superpaper is an open source cross-platform program for managing wallpapers on Windows and Linux devices (Mac untested) that supports several unique features. One of the main features of the application is the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reade…
    - 11 May 20, 5:30am -
  • DeaDBeeF is an open source music player for Linux
    Foobar2000 is the go-to music player for many users (including myself). Though it isn't available on Linux, you can opt for an alternative like DeadBeef. The program's interface is minimal and the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post D…
    - 7 May 20, 4:41am -
  • Fedora 32 Linux Distribution is now available
    Fedora 32 has been released on April 28, 2020. The new version of the Linux distribution is already available as a direct download or upgrade. Fedora Workstation administrators may consult the official […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The p…
    - 29 Apr 20, 8:32am -
  • Manjaro 20.0 Linux distribution has been released
    Manjaro 20.0 codename Lysia has been released on April 27, 2020. The release is the second big Linux release in a short period of time (Ubuntu 20.04 LTS was released last week). […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Manjaro 20.0 Linux d…
    - 27 Apr 20, 12:31pm -
  • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is out
    Canonical announced the general availability of the Linux distribution Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Long Term Support) on April 23, 2020. Development put a focus on security and privacy according to Canonical, and it […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. T…
    - 24 Apr 20, 3:12pm -

lwn

  • new[$] Four short stories about preempt_count()
    The discussion started out as a straightforwardpatch set from Thomas Gleixner making a minor change to how preemptioncounting is handled. The resulting discussion quickly spread out to covera number of issues relevant to core-kernel development i…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 2:49pm -
  • newBottomley: Creating a home IPv6 network
    James Bottomley has put together adetailed recounting of what it took to get IPv6 fully working on hisnetwork. "One of the things you’d think from the above is that IPv6always auto configures and, while it is true that if you simply plug yourl…
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 2:48pm -
  • newSecurity updates for Friday
    Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium and netbeans), Oracle (mysql:8.0 and thunderbird), SUSE (rubygem-rack and samba), and Ubuntu (apng2gif, gnupg2, libemail-address-list-perl, libproxy, pulseaudio, pure-ftpd, samba, and xawtv).
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 2:22pm -
  • Stable kernels 5.8.10, 5.4.66, and 4.19.146
    Greg Kroah-Hartman has announced the release of the 5.8.10, 5.4.66, and 4.19.146 stable kernels. They containimportant fixes throughout the tree and users should upgrade.
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 4:05pm -
  • GNOME's new versioning scheme
    The GNOME Project has announced a change to its version-numbering scheme;the next release will be "GNOME 40"."After nearly 10 years of 3.x releases, the minor version number isgetting unwieldy. It is also exceedingly clear that we're not going to…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:22pm -
  • [$] The seqcount latch lock type
    The kernel contains a wide variety of locking primitives; it can be hard tostay on top of all of them. So even veteran kernel developers might beforgiven for being unaware of the "seqcount latch" lock type or its use.While this lock type has exis…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 2:49pm -
  • Security updates for Thursday
    Security updates have been issued by Fedora (dotnet3.1, kernel, mbedtls, and python35), Mageia (libraw), openSUSE (mumble), SUSE (libsolv, libzypp, and perl-DBI), and Ubuntu (libdbi-perl, libphp-phpmailer, mcabber, ncmpc, openssl, openssl1.0, qemu, s…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 12:33pm -
  • [$] LWN.net Weekly Edition for September 17, 2020
    The LWN.net Weekly Edition for September 17, 2020 is available.
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 12:53am -
  • [$] News from PHP: releases, features, and syntax
    As the PHP project nears its 8.0 release, which is currently slated for late November, there are a number of interesting things to report from its development mailing list. For one, the syntax of the attributes feature has finally been settled…
    - 2 days ago 16 Sep 20, 11:25pm -
  • [$] Key signing in the pandemic era
    The pandemic has changed many things in our communities, even though distancehas always played a big role in free software development. Annual in-persongatherings for conferences and the like are generally paused at the moment,but even after trav…
    - 2 days ago 16 Sep 20, 11:19pm -

howtogeek

onethingwell

  • 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
    Rectangle: Rectangle is a window management app [for macOS] based on Spectacle, written in Swift.
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  • diff-so-fancy
    diff-so-fancy: diff-so-fancy strives to make your diffs human readable instead of machine readable. This helps improve code quality and helps you spot defects faster.Via Vim From Scratch
    - 10 Dec 19, 4:25pm -
  • Who Can Use
    Who Can Use: …a tool that brings attention and understanding to how color contrast can affect different people with visual impairments.
    - 29 Nov 19, 10:13am -
  • Lid
    Lid: Lid is an image dithering program that is written in Python.A lo-fi ditherer with six modes, inspired by Low-tech Magazine’s use of dithered images to reduce the energy consumption of a solar-powered website.
    - 20 Nov 19, 1:40pm -
  • ToothFairy
    ToothFairy: Connect AirPods (or other Bluetooth headphones) to your Mac with a single click or keypress.App Store
    - 15 Nov 19, 1:53pm -
  • dntw
    dntw: dntw is a small shell script that allows you to have a dedicated Neovim instance per tmux window. It accomplishes this by acting as simple wrapper around the excellent tool neovim-remote. Once Neovim is running inside a dntw-enabled tmu…
    - 11 Nov 19, 8:41pm -
  • RSS.app
    RSS.app: Generate RSS feeds from almost any webpage.
    - 7 Nov 19, 12:50pm -
  • Fraidycat
    Fraidycat: Follow blogs, wikis, YouTube channels, as well as accounts on Twitter, Instagram, etc. from a single page. Fraidycat is a browser extension for Firefox or Chrome - or a Dat website that can be used in the Beaker Browser - that can…
    - 4 Nov 19, 11:08am -
  • Paper Phone
    Paper Phone: Paper Phone helps you have a little break away from your digital world by printing a personal booklet of the key information you’ll need that day. An app lets you choose what to include such as favourite contacts, maps and meet…
    - 1 Nov 19, 3:58pm -

commandlinefu

  • Find non-ASCII and UTF-8 files in the current directory
    $ find . -type f -regex '.*\.\(cpp\|h\)' -exec file {} + | grep "UTF-8\|extended-ASCII" View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by swarzynskiDiff your entire server config at ScriptRock.com
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 9:10am -
  • Replace lines in files with only spaces/tabs with simple empty line (within current directory - recursive)
    $ find . -type f -regex '.*\.\(cpp\|h\)' -exec sed -i 's/^[[:blank:]]\+$//g' {} + View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by swarzynskiDiff your entire server config at ScriptRock.com
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 9:07am -
  • Find out how much ram memory has your video (graphic) card
    $ glxinfo |grep -i -o 'device|memory\|[0-9]\{1,12\} MB'|head -n 1 View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by wuziduziDiff your entire server config at ScriptRock.com
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 2:12am -
  • find hard linked files (duplicate inodes) recursively
    $ find . -type f -printf '%10i %p\n' | sort | uniq -w 11 -d -D | lessIf you have two sets of files that may share hard-linked files, it can be useful to identify which ones are hard links to same underlying inode (file). This command shows you all o…
    - 5 days ago 13 Sep 20, 10:12pm -
  • Find ASCII files and extract IP addresses
    $ find . -type f -exec grep -Iq . {} \; -exec grep -oE "(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)\.(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)\.(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)\.(25[0-5]|2[0-4][0-9]|[01]?[0-9][0-9]?)" {} /dev/null \; View this co…
    - 6 days ago 13 Sep 20, 3:06am -
  • Find out how much ram memory has your video (graphic) card
    $ lspci|grep -i "VGA Compatible Controller"|cut -d' ' -f1|xargs lspci -v -s|grep ' prefetchable'One liner is based on this article: https://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001307.htm View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites Vie…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 2:04pm -
  • Show which line of a shell script is currently executed
    $ bash -x foo.shThis way you don't need to replace first line of a bash foo.sh script #!/bin/bash with #!/bin/bash -x to obtain the same effect View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by knoppix5Diff yo…
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 7:56pm -
  • Learn the difference between single and double quotes
    $ a=7; echo $a; echo "$a"; echo '$a'; echo "'$a'"; echo '"$a"' View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by knoppix5Diff your entire server config at ScriptRock.com
    - 9 days ago 10 Sep 20, 2:47am -
  • Get an audio notification if a new device is attached to your computer
    $ dmesg -tW -l notice | gawk '{ if ($4 == "Attached") { system("echo New device attached | espeak") } }dmesg-t: no timestamp-W: follow new messages-l: log-level noticegawkif the fourth word is "Attached" echo a sentence through espeak View…
    - 13 days ago 6 Sep 20, 8:18am -
  • Tail a log and replace according to a sed pattern
    $ tail -F logfile|while read l; do sed 's/find/replace/g' <<< $l; doneTails a log and replaces it line-by-line according to whatever you want to replace. Useful if the file writing to the log can't be modified, so you need to modify its output inst…
    - 43 days ago 7 Aug 20, 12:26pm -

Kubernetes.io

  • Blog: GSoC 2020 - Building operators for cluster addons
    Author: Somtochi OnyekwereIntroductionGoogle Summer of Code is a global program that is geared towards introducing students to open source. Students are matched with open-source organizations to work with them for three months during the summer.My…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Introducing Structured Logs
    Authors: Marek Siarkowicz (Google), Nathan Beach (Google)Logs are an essential aspect of observability and a critical tool for debugging. But Kubernetes logs have traditionally been unstructured strings, making any automated parsing difficult and an…
    - 15 days ago 4 Sep 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Warning: Helpful Warnings Ahead
    Author: Jordan Liggitt (Google)As Kubernetes maintainers, we're always looking for ways to improve usability while preserving compatibility.As we develop features, triage bugs, and answer support questions, we accumulate information that would be h…
    - 16 days ago 3 Sep 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Scaling Kubernetes Networking With EndpointSlices
    Author: Rob Scott (Google)EndpointSlices are an exciting new API that provides a scalable and extensible alternative to the Endpoints API. EndpointSlices track IP addresses, ports, readiness, and topology information for Pods backing a Service.In K…
    - 17 days ago 2 Sep 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Ephemeral volumes with storage capacity tracking: EmptyDir on steroids
    Author: Patrick Ohly (Intel)Some applications need additional storage but don't care whether thatdata is stored persistently across restarts. For example, cachingservices are often limited by memory size and can move infrequentlyused data into st…
    - 18 days ago 1 Sep 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Increasing the Kubernetes Support Window to One Year
    Authors: Tim Pepper (VMware), Nick Young (VMware)Starting with Kubernetes 1.19, the support window for Kubernetes versions will increase from 9 months to one year. The longer support window is intended to allow organizations to perform major upgrade…
    - 19 days ago 31 Aug 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.19: Accentuate the Paw-sitive
    Authors: Kubernetes 1.19 Release TeamFinally, we have arrived with Kubernetes 1.19, the second release for 2020, and by far the longest release cycle lasting 20 weeks in total. It consists of 34 enhancements: 10 enhancements are moving to stable, 15…
    - 24 days ago 26 Aug 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Moving Forward From Beta
    Author: Tim Bannister, The Scale FactoryIn Kubernetes, features follow a definedlifecycle.First, as the twinkle of an eye in an interested developer. Maybe, then,sketched in online discussions, drawn on the online equivalent of a cafenapkin. Thi…
    - 29 days ago 21 Aug 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Introducing Hierarchical Namespaces
    Author: Adrian Ludwin (Google)Safely hosting large numbers of users on a single Kubernetes cluster has alwaysbeen a troublesome task. One key reason for this is that different organizationsuse Kubernetes in different ways, and so no one tenancy mo…
    - 36 days ago 14 Aug 20, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Physics, politics and Pull Requests: the Kubernetes 1.18 release interview
    Author: Craig Box (Google)The start of the COVID-19 pandemic couldn't delay the release of Kubernetes 1.18, but unfortunately a small bug could — thankfully only by a day. This was the last cat that needed to be herded by 1.18 release lead Jorge A…
    - 47 days ago 3 Aug 20, 12:00am -

Reddit K8s

  • newResizing PVC with khbectl edit.
    Hi, I have encountered an issue while resizing Pvc with help of kubectl, is it possible to edit size of pvc with kubectl edit pvc pvc-name command ? When i try to do this, it gives error. Any suggestion what to do to fix this submitted by /u/af…
    - 3 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 6:02am -
  • newManaging production deployments?
    Hi all, I would like to get some more ideas of what people are using for real production scale deployments? More often than not I find myself testing tools like terraform, helm and being awed first until I realize again that I can do more complex de…
    - 10 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 10:20pm -
  • newWhy isn’t everyone using Rancher?
    I’ve been working with k8s for about a year now, but only recently started exploring some of the abstraction tools — I’ve been doing most things through manual kubectl apply up until now. I’ve also spun up clusters completely from scratch (fo…
    - 11 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 9:58pm -
  • newVerifying your Kubernetes setup in your end to end tests
    submitted by /u/CaramaCx [link] [comments]
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 7:03pm -
  • newDo you use a Docker registry front end?
    What is everyone using for a docker registry UI front end? I don’t see any active helm charts submitted by /u/kautica0 [link] [comments]
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 6:42pm -
  • newJupyterHub Block Volume Question
    I'm running JupyterHub on Kubernetes. All seems well but I've run into a snag. I'd like to share a PVC across all of the user pods. Here is my PVC: I'm running JupyterHub on Kubernetes. All seems well but I've run into a snag. I'd like to share a PVC…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:26pm -
  • newNew Lens Kubernetes IDE User Group - 1st virtual meetup next week
    submitted by /u/tangelo314 [link] [comments]
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 4:47pm -
  • newK8S environment is absolutely spamming my DNS server
    Hey, I have a local PiHole on my home network, which I use for all DNS queries. I built a K8S environment, 1 master 2 nodes, on some Raspberry Pi's. Today I noticed that the CoreDNS pods are sending a DNS lookup for "." every 2 seconds, so I'm gettin…
    - 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 4:40pm -
  • newMulti-tenant monitoring with Thanos Receiver
    Recently I was evaluating Thanos Receiver to implement a multi-tenant monitoring solution for a client. I felt there is scarcity of resources on this particular Thanos component. So, I decided to write a blog on it. I hope this can be useful for anyo…
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:04pm -
  • new[Q] Ingress vs LoadBalancer
    Howdy! Newbie here. So I don't need Ingress in clouds like GKE and AWS, and I just have to use LoadBalancer, right? If so, where Ingress are used? Edit: Thanks for the answer, friends. submitted by /u/xzenuu [link] [comments]
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 2:32pm -

Reddit Docker

docker.com

  • A Chat With Docker’s New Community Manager
    Community is a backbone of all sustainable open source projects and so at Docker, we’re particularly thrilled to announce that William Quiviger has joined the team as our new Head of Community.  William is a seasoned community manager based in Par…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • Check out the Azure CLI experience now available in Desktop Stable
    Back in May we announced the partnership between Docker and Microsoft to make it easier to deploy containerized applications from the Desktop to the cloud with Azure Container Instances (ACI). Then in June we were able to share the first version of t…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 5:00pm -
  • ICYMI: From Docker Straight to AWS Built-in
    In July we announced a new strategic partnership with Amazon to integrate the Docker experience you already know and love with Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) with AWS Fargate. Over the last couple of months we have worked with the community o…
    - 3 days ago 15 Sep 20, 10:58pm -
  • Secure from the Start: Shift Vulnerability Scanning Left in Docker Desktop
    Application delivery velocity can be tripped up when security vulnerabilities are discovered after an app is deployed into production. Nothing is more detrimental to shipping new features to customers than having to go back and address vulnerabilitie…
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 4:01pm -
  • Getting Started with Docker Using Node – Part II
    In part I of this series, we learned about creating Docker images using a Dockerfile, tagging our images and managing images. Next we took a look at running containers, publishing ports, and running containers in detached mode. We then learned about…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 12:27am -
  • Getting Started with Docker Using Node.js(Part I)
    A step-by-step guide to help you get started using Docker containers with your Node.js apps. Prerequisites To complete this tutorial, you will need the following: Free Docker Account  You can sign-up for a free Docker account and receive free unlimi…
    - 15 days ago 3 Sep 20, 9:51pm -
  • Docker Support for the New GitHub Container Registry
    Docker and GitHub continue to work together to make life easier for developers. GitHub today announced a new container registry: GitHub Container Registry. GitHub and Docker both occupy essential components in the developer workflow for building and…
    - 18 days ago 1 Sep 20, 5:01pm -
  • Docker Talks Live Stream Monthly Recap
    It’s time for a round up of Docker Talks, this time from the month of August. As you may remember, Chad Metcalf (@metcalfc) and I (@pmckee) started the weekly live-streaming video series to connect with you, our extended family of developers, and t…
    - 22 days ago 28 Aug 20, 8:00pm -
  • Scaling Docker to Serve Millions More Developers: Network Egress
    In Part 1 of this blog we went into a deep dive that analyzed all of the images stored in Docker Hub, the world’s largest container registry. We did this to give you a better understanding of how our new Terms of Service updates will impact develop…
    - 26 days ago 24 Aug 20, 4:01pm -
  • Scaling Docker’s Business to Serve Millions More Developers: Storage
    At Docker, our mission is to enable developers worldwide to quickly bring their ideas to life by reducing the complexity of application development. While over 6.5 million registered Docker developers are enjoying the benefits of Docker today, we wan…
    - 26 days ago 24 Aug 20, 4:00pm -

cncf.io

  • new5 Problems with Kubernetes Cost Estimation Strategies
    Guest post originally published on Fairwinds blog by Robert Brennan Estimating how much you are spending (or wasting) on a particular Kubernetes workload is hard. The good news is that there are...
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • newHow to Create Ephemeral Environments using Crossplane and ArgoCD?
    Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Suraj Banakar What if you could just spin up a temporary cluster to test your application and set it to delete it after...
    - 18 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • 16 CNCF Interns Graduate from Summer of Code (GSoC) 2020!
    Having participated in the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) since 2017, CNCF is thrilled to announce that this year, 16 interns working on the Foundation’s projects have graduated from the program. Interns...
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • Simplify Kubernetes Resource Access Control using RBAC Impersonation
    Guest post originally published on Bitnami by Juanjo Ciarlante Introduction Kubernetes, like any other secure system, supports the following concepts: Authentication: Verifying and proving identities for users and groups, and service accounts...
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • Un-Distance your Web-App!
    Member Post Guest post originally published on the Volterra blog by Pranav Dharwadkar, VP of Products at Volterra This blog describes a key challenge of web application performance faced by online enterprises...
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • The road ahead for Linkerd2-proxy, and how you can get involved
    Guest post originally posted on the Linkerd blog by Oliver Gould The past few months have seen a continued interest in Linkerd’s data plane “micro-proxy”, Linkerd2-proxy. Last month, William Morgan wrote about some...
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • TOC Approves KubeEdge as Incubating Project
    Today, the CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) voted to accept KubeEdge as an incubation-level hosted project. KubeEdge is an open source system for extending containerized application orchestration capabilities to hosts at the...
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 2:00pm -
  • Top 7 challenges to becoming cloud native
    Guest post originally published on the CloudOps blog Cloud native applications take full advantage of the cloud’s operational model, driving business value by being auto-provisioning, scaling, and redundant. By breaking down monolithic...
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • Leaving the Swarm: The Road to Kubernetes
    Guest post by Kevin Crawley, Developer Advocate for Containous In order to tell this story, we have to go back a little over three years ago, when I was asked to join...
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 3:00pm -
  • A Cloud Native Network for a Holographic KubeCon EU
    KubeCon  + CloudNativeCon sponsor guest post from Vijoy Pandey, VP / CTO of Cloud, Distributed Systems, and Ventures at Cisco As we wrap up our first ever virtual KubeCon in 2020, as...
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 3:00pm -

hacker news

dzone

  • newThe Bearing of a Child Takes 9 Months No Matter How Many Women Are Assigned
    I quote the title from the book Mythical Man-Month written by Fred Brooks and originated from Theodore von Kármán in the unique form “Everyone knows it takes a woman nine months to have a baby. But you Americans think if you get nine women pregna…
    - 14 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 6:06pm -
  • newLogging As a Last Resort
    MotivationIn software development one often finds themselves investigating issues. Depending on the type of the application, various sources of informations can be available:  screenshots verbal description of the problem metrics logs (applica…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:59pm -
  • newWhy Do You Need to Get Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Engineer Associate Certification?
    AI has been a revolutionary technology in the Tech world. The demand for artificial intelligence-related professions is increasing at an incredibly rapid rate. Similarly, the demand for an Azure AI Engineer is on buzz and at an all-time high. Many ot…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:57pm -
  • newKick-off Your Transformation With a Pre-Mortem
    Large scale change initiatives (Lean, Agile, etc.) have a worryingly high failure rate. A chief reason for which is that serious risks are not identified early. One way to create the safety needed for everyone to speak openly about the risks they see…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:47pm -
  • newPerformance Comparison: Neo4j vs Nebula Graph vs JanusGraph
    This article describes how the Tencent (HKG.0700) Cloud team compares Nebula Graph with two other popular graph databases on the market from several perspectives. By their nature of dealing with interconnections, graph databases are perfect for frau…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:45pm -
  • newDDD-Domain Driven Design or Deadline Driven Design?
    When I asked my clients who know Domain-Driven Design, less than 10% would nod their heads. However, when I asked who experienced Deadline Driven Design, almost all would laugh and feel connected.
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:43pm -
  • newProtecting Hybrid Mobile Apps With Ionic and Jscrambler
    Ionic is an open source framework designed to build native-like mobile web applications which target the major mobile operating systems. Targeting different systems with the same codebase speeds up the development process while reducing the time to m…
    - 15 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:43pm -
  • newNebula Graph 1.0 Benchmark Report Based on the LDBC Dataset
    Testing EnvironmentSpecsCPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2697 v3 @ 2.60GHz, 2(sockets) * 14(cores) * 2(threads)Memory: DDR4,64GB * 4
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:23pm -
  • newHow To use pluggable process variable persistence with Case Files in jBPM 7
    Some times we need to persist case file which includes business information into different database table along with processInstanceId so that you can map business information with particular processInstanceId.  We can achieve this with below steps:…
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:19pm -
  • newProject Management Plan: Purpose and Examples
    Without a project management plan, you are bound to put a lot of things at risk. Sometimes, a project does go through the entire project management planning phase but suffers because of poor execution. A concrete plan acts as the foundation for any p…
    - 17 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 3:13pm -

Techmint

  • The new Cybersecurity Trending Dashboard (beta)
    An at-a-glance overview of the evolving cybersecurity threat landscape Keeping up with the most critical threa…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 6:14pm -
  • Get newsletters in Feedly
    New Feature Declutter your inbox and read without distractions Newsletters are quickly becoming the best way to…
    - 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 2:52pm -
  • Leo learns from the community
    Leo We’re designing systems to protect against machine learning bias In the wake of recent acts of extreme br…
    - 18 days ago 31 Aug 20, 9:37pm -
  • Get tweets in Feedly
    New Feature Pull content from Twitter accounts, hashtags, Lists, and searches directly into your Feedly feeds T…
    - 30 days ago 20 Aug 20, 3:01am -
  • Find the content you need with Biopharma Search Mode
    Save time and find the biopharma content you need The amount of information published every day in the biophar…
    - 37 days ago 13 Aug 20, 6:06pm -
  • Introducing Feedly for Biopharma
    Streamline your biopharma intelligence Today, we’re excited to launch Feedly for Biopharma to help biopharma…
    - 40 days ago 10 Aug 20, 6:01pm -
  • Leo understands biopharma companies
    New Feature Track your competitors efficiently The biopharma space has become more and more competitive. It’s…
    - 40 days ago 10 Aug 20, 5:56pm -
  • Leo understands genes
    Research genes and learn more about the latest breakthroughs more efficiently Drug development is a highly com…
    - 40 days ago 10 Aug 20, 5:55pm -
  • Leo understands diseases and conditions
    Research diseases and learn about the latest breakthroughs more efficiently The biopharma space has become mor…
    - 40 days ago 10 Aug 20, 5:54pm -
  • Track biopharma regulatory updates with Clinicaltrials.gov feeds
    Streamline your biopharma intelligence by adding custom ClinicalTrials.gov feeds to your Feedly Clinical trial…
    - 53 days ago 28 Jul 20, 1:00pm -

linustechtips

RTX 3080 Scalpers are JERKS - WAN Show September 18 , 2020

- 6 hours ago 19 Sep 20, 2:10am -
Do you have a SLOW PC?! - ROG Rig Reboot 2020 Announcement!

- 16 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 5:01pm -
RTX 3080 - Can it Run CRYSIS (Remastered)??

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Nvidia, you PROMISED!

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Apple’s Reckoning Has Come.

- 4 days ago 15 Sep 20, 6:04pm -
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- 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 5:00pm -

ubuntugeek

  • How to upgrade Ubuntu server to 20.04.1 (Focal Fossa) from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10
    Sponsored Link You can upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS from either Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10.Ensure that you have all updates installed for your current version of Ubuntu before you upgrade.Confirm that you also have a network connectivity to on…
    - 33 days ago 17 Aug 20, 6:49am -
  • How to upgrade Ubuntu desktop to 20.04.1 (Focal Fossa) from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10
    You can upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS from either Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10.Ensure that you have all updates installed for your current version of Ubuntu before you upgrade.Confirm that you also have a network connectivity to one of the offici…
    - 34 days ago 16 Aug 20, 8:45am -
  • Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS Released, Available to Download Now
    These release notes for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) provide an overview of the release and document the known issues with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and its flavors. For details of the changes applied since 20.04, please see the 20.04.1 change summary. T…
    - 34 days ago 16 Aug 20, 8:07am -
  • Step By Step Ubuntu 19.10 (Eoan Ermine) LAMP Server Setup
    In around 15 minutes, the time it takes to install Ubuntu Server Edition, you can have a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) server up and ready to go. This feature, exclusive to Ubuntu Server Edition, is available at the time of installation.The LAM…
    - 5 Mar 20, 9:53am -
  • Ubuntu 20.04 Screenshots Tour
    This is screenshots of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS which is due to be released on April 23, 2020.The Ubuntu 20.04 codename is "Focal Fossa". This is LTS Release and Every LTS release is supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. (...)Read the rest of Ubun…
    - 28 Feb 20, 9:00am -
  • How to map network drive on Ubuntu 9.04/9.10
    This tutorial expalins how to map a network drive in ubuntu 9.04/9.10.This is very useful if you are trying to map your windows machine/another linux machine drive on to your system. (...)Read the rest of How to map network drive on Ubuntu 9.04/9.10…
    - 10 Sep 19, 8:23am -
  • Mate-Optimus – MATE Desktop applet for controlling NVIDIA Optimus graphics cards
    NVIDIA© Optimus(TM) technology intelligently optimizes your notebook PC, providing the outstanding graphics performance you need, when you need it, all the while extending battery life for longer enjoyment. (...)Read the rest of Mate-Optimus – MAT…
    - 10 Sep 19, 7:52am -
  • Install Leafpad on Ubuntu 19.04
    Leafpad is an open source text editor for Linux, BSD, and Maemo. Created with the focus of being a lightweight text editor with minimal dependencies, it is designed to be simple and easy-to-compile. Leafpad is the default text editor for LXDE Desktop…
    - 11 Jul 19, 12:45pm -
  • Upgrading ubuntu 18.10 to ubuntu 19.04
    Ubuntu 19.04 will be supported for 9 months until January 2020. If you need Long Term Support, it is recommended you use Ubuntu 18.04 LTS instead. (...)Read the rest of Upgrading ubuntu 18.10 to ubuntu 19.04 (249 words) © ruchi for Ubuntu Geek, 2019…
    - 8 May 19, 12:31pm -
  • Install Nagios core 4.4.1 on Ubuntu 18.04 Server
    Nagios® Core™ is an Open Source system and network monitoring application. It watches hosts and services that you specify, alerting you when things go bad and when they get better.Nagios Core was originally designed to run under Linux, although it…
    - 16 Aug 18, 11:25pm -

phoronix

lxer

tekzilla

The Secret to Customizing Your Taskbar in Win 7 - Tekzilla Daily Tip

- 24 Sep 15, 7:11pm -
The Safety of Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles

- 8 Jan 15, 1:01am -
The Future of Filling Up

- 7 Jan 15, 9:59pm -
Powering a Home with Your Car

- 7 Jan 15, 3:26am -
The Road to Hydrogen Infrastructure

- 7 Jan 15, 2:19am -
The Science Behind Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles!

- 6 Jan 15, 11:14pm -

fosswire

  • The future of OpenOffice.org
    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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slashdot

distrowatch

  • Distribution Release: IPFire 2.25 Core 149
    IPFire is a Linux-based distribution for network appliances such as routers and firewalls. The project's latest release is IPFire 2.25 Core Update 149 which focuses on performance improvements. "IPFire is based on glibc 2.32, the standard library for…
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  • BSD Release: FuryBSD 20200907
    Joe Maloney has announced the availability of a new set of releases by FuryBSD, a FreeBSD-based desktop-oriented operating system featuring the Xfce and KDE Plasma desktops. The images continue to be labelled as "12.1" (to indicate that they are base…
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  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 883
    This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: GhostBSD 20.08.04, Finnix 121News: Gentoo updates Portage, Fedora to enable Wayland for KDE, HAMMER2 can now grow to fit a partitionQuestions and answers: An overview of DockerReleased last week: Zorin OS 15.3…
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  • Distribution Release: deepin 20
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  • Distribution Release: NuTyX 11.6
    NuTyX is a French Linux distribution (with multi-language support) built from Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch, with a custom package manager called "cards". The project's latest release is NuTyX 11.6 which features version 2.4.122 of…
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  • Distribution Release: Zorin OS 15.3
    Zorin OS is an Ubuntu-based distribution which features themes which are designed to imitate other operating systems such as Microsoft Windows. The project's latest release is Zorin OS 15.3 which provides updated hardware compatibility, refreshed sof…
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  • DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 882
    This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: NixOS 20.03News: Manjaro running on a PinePhone, Fedora coming to Lenovo laptops, Mint publishes Warpinator as a FlatpakQuestions and answers: Distribution members, donations, and governance structureReleased…
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  • Distribution Release: Ubuntu DesktopPack 20.04
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nixcraft

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How to upgrade OpenBSD from 6.2 to 6.3

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Debian Linux 9 "Stretch" Installation Tutorial with Gnome/Mate/Plasma/Cinnamon Desktop Quick Preview

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sourceforge

  • The Significance of Open Source Licensing
    How important is open source licensing? It’s easy to deem open source licenses as less important than say, code quality, documentation or software security. But it turns out ...The post The Significance of Open Source Licensing appeared first on S…
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  • Projects of the Week, July 20, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Toolbox for Java/JTOpenThe IBM Toolbox for Java / JTOpen is a library ...The post Projects of the Week, July 20, 2020 appeared first on SourceForge Commu…
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  • How to Support Open Source Projects Now
    Just about every industry, and just about every organization, in one way or another, uses open source software. And they’re not just using it commercially. Hospitals, governments, charities, ...The post How to Support Open Source Projects Now appe…
    - 64 days ago 17 Jul 20, 4:05am -
  • Today in Tech – 1928
    On this day in 1928, the German Army introduced their own exclusive version of the Enigma machine, an encryption device originally invented by German engineer Arthur Scherbius for ...The post Today in Tech – 1928 appeared first on SourceForge Comm…
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  • Projects of the Week, July 13, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: AmidstAmidst or Advanced Minecraft Interface and Data/Structure Tracking is a tool to ...The post Projects of the Week, July 13, 2020 appeared first on S…
    - 68 days ago 13 Jul 20, 4:16am -
  • July 2020, “Staff Pick” Project of the Month – gnuplot
    For our July “Staff Pick” Project of the Month, we chose gnuplot, a portable, multi-platform, command-line driven graphing utility. Gnuplot is an open source scientific plotting package that ...The post July 2020, “Staff Pick” Project of the…
    - 72 days ago 9 Jul 20, 4:06am -
  • Projects of the Week, July 6, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: Double CommanderDouble Commander is a cross platform open source file manager with ...The post Projects of the Week, July 6, 2020 appeared first on Sourc…
    - 75 days ago 6 Jul 20, 4:20am -
  • July 2020, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – Money Manager Ex
    For our July “Community Choice” Project of the Month, the community elected Money Manager Ex, an easy to use, money management application. Money Manager Ex is a personal ...The post July 2020, “Community Choice” Project of the Month – Mon…
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  • Today in Tech – 1646
    On this day in 1646 prominent German polymath Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz was born. Leibniz was born in Leipzig and in his lifetime made several significant contributions as ...The post Today in Tech – 1646 appeared first on SourceForge Communit…
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  • Projects of the Week, June 29, 2020
    Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: JSToolNppA JavaScript (JSON) tool for Notepad++ (formerly JSMinNpp) and Visual Studio Code. ...The post Projects of the Week, June 29, 2020 appeared firs…
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linuxvoice

icewalkers

  • newRazorSQL 9.2.0
    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,…
    - 22 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 10:39am -
  • newQt Creator 4.13.1
    Qt Creator is a cross-platform integrated development environment (IDE) tailored to the needs of Qt developers. It provides:C++ and JavaScript code editorIntegrated UI designerProject and build management toolsgdb and CDB debuggersSupport for…
    - 23 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 9:52am -
  • newSmb4K 3.0.71
    Smb4K is a SMB/CIFS share browser for KDE. It uses the Samba software suite to access the SMB/CIFS shares of the local network neighborhood. Its purpose is to provide a program that's easy to use and has as many features as possible.
    - 23 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 9:52am -
  • Bind 9.17.5
    BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is an implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols and provides an openly redistributable reference implementation of the major components of the Domain Name System, including: a Domain Name Syste…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 10:30am -
  • Mesa 20.1.8
    Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API which is very similar to that of OpenGL. To the extent that Mesa utilizes the OpenGL command syntax or state machine, it is being used with authorization from Silicon Graphics, Inc(SGI). However, the author…
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  • Wireshark 3.3.0
    Wireshark (formerly Ethereal) is a network protocol analyzer, or "packet sniffer", that lets you capture and interactively browse the contents of network frames.The goal of the project is to create a commercial-quality packet analyzer for Unix,…
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  • Tellico 5.3.3
    Tellico is a collection manager for KDE, with support for books, videos, music, and bibliographies. For books, it tracks 25 fields by default, such as title, author, publisher, etc. It supports unlimited user-defined fields, collection searching and…
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  • WxMaxima 20.09.0
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  • Thunderbird 78.2.2
    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…
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  • Wine 5.17
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linux.com

  • newSeptember 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter
    Click on the image above to read the September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter The post September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter appeared first on The Linux Foundation.The post September 2020 Linux Foundation Newsletter appeared first on Linux.co…
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  • newOpen Source Collaboration is a Global Endeavor, Part 2
    The Linux Foundation would like to reiterate its statements and analysis of the application of US Export Control regulations to public, open collaboration projects (for example, open source software, open standards, open hardware, and open data) and…
    - 20 hours ago 18 Sep 20, 12:40pm -
  • Q&A: Unleashing the Beast—Bringing Linux to IBM Z
    IBM has detailed the oral history of bringing Linux to the mainframe: Two of the original team members from the IBM Böblingen Lab in Germany, Ingo Adlung and Boas Betzler, played crucial roles in bringing Linux to the IBM Z. Adlung is now Distinguis…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 3:17pm -
  • Online Bootcamps Provide Clear Onramp to Cloud Engineering Careers
    Since launching the Cloud Engineer Bootcamp and Advanced Cloud Engineer Bootcamp, thousands of individuals have begun their journey to becoming a qualified, certified cloud engineer. These programs offer newbies and experienced IT professionals respe…
    - 3 days ago 16 Sep 20, 3:20pm -
  • New, Free Training Course Explores How to Deploy a Microservice-Based Architecture Using the TARS Project
    The Linux Foundation and The TARS Foundation have released a new, free training course, Building Microservice Platforms with TARS, on the edX platform. The course explains how to efficiently develop microservices programs using different programming…
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  • IBM Contributes A2O Processor Core and PowerAI as Open Source at OpenPOWER Summit
    Today at OpenPOWER Summit 2020, OpenPOWER Foundation announced two key technologies contributed by IBM to the open source community. A2O POWER processor core, an out-of-order follow-up to the A2I core, and associated FPGA environment Open Cognitive…
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  • What’s new in the Linux kernel (HP enterprise.nxt)
    Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols writes at HP enterprise.nxt Linux runs pretty much everything: all 500 of the world’s 500 fastest supercomputers; most of the public cloud, even on Microsoft Azure; and 74 percent of smartphones. Indeed, thanks to Androi…
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  • Where’s the Yelp for open-source tools? (Functionize)
    Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes at Functionize: We’d like an easy way to judge open-source programs. It can be done. But easily? That’s another matter. When it comes to open source, you can’t rely on star power. The “wisdom of the crowd” h…
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  • Linux Certifications: 4 Things You Need to Know About Obtaining Them
    The rise of open cloud platforms is fostering a rise in demand for Linux specialists equipped with the right expertise. In this new environment, obtaining a Linux certification can boost your career by proving your skills in increasingly critical are…
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  • New, Free Training Course Teaches Fundamentals of Serverless on Kubernetes
    The Linux Foundation and Cloud Native Computing Foundation have released a new, free training course, Introduction to Serverless on Kubernetes, on the edX platform. The course explains how to build serverless functions that can run on any cloud, with…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 4:54pm -

linux.org

  • USB Linux Boot - Ventoy
    I have mostly been a sucker for bootable USB Stick. I find they come in handy for fixing partitions, recovering data and even virus scanning. They tend to be very useful for Windows Systems which are not recovering properly, which rarely happens (I…
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  • Wi-Fi 6 Highlights
    Many people may have seen the newer Wi-Fi routers out, which are labeled as Wi-Fi 6. Another label on the router boxes may be 802.11ax. These new router standards are backward compatible with 802.11 b/a/g/n/ac. Let's look at 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6.…
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  • Linux Boot-Time
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  • Multicast DNS (mDNS) on Beaglebone AI
    Multi-cast Domain Name Service (mDNS) is used to provide name resolution on a local network. The use of the service allows a network to use host-names instead of IP addresses. The zero-configuration allows a network to not need a DNS Server. Wh…
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  • LFCS - Process Priorities
    With any Operating System (OS) the processes being run on a system have priorities. One process will be granted a higher priority than other processes and so will get more of the CPU time. Tasks with higher priorities can complete faster than other…
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  • Comparison of File Systems for an SSD
    There has been a lot of discussions on the Internet about the older magnetic Hard Disk Drives (HDD) and Solid State Hard Drives (SSD). The major issue discussed is drive speed. SSD disks do cost more than the older HDD disks. The SSD disk capac…
    - 2 Jun 20, 11:38am -

linuxfoundation

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
    Language English 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…
    - 17 Oct 18, 10:30am -
  • Red Hat Insights guidelines for deployment at scale
    Language English 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 a…
    - 7 Sep 18, 3:04pm -
  • 大規模導入における Insights ガイドライン
    Language Japanese 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…
    - 7 Sep 18, 3:04pm -
  • Plans within Satellite!
    Language English 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…
    - 23 Jul 18, 9:46am -
  • Satellite でのプラン作成!
    Language Japanese 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…
    - 23 Jul 18, 9:46am -
  • Insights 103

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  • Insights 103
    Language English 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…
    - 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

  • SUSE Addresses “ZeroLogon” Vulnerability
    On September 11, Secura research published a new software vulnerability called “ZeroLogon”, which exploits a protocol weakness in the SMB Netlogon protocol. This vulnerability may affect users of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server running Samba servers…
    - 2 days ago 17 Sep 20, 1:37pm -
  • SUSE’s Guide to Microsoft Ignite 2020!
    SUSE is getting ready for Microsoft Ignite September 22-24 coming to you via digital! SUSE is proud to be a globally managed strategic ISV for Microsoft. SUSE and Microsoft have been partnering for 12 years now and both companies have 20-year strate…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 3:20pm -
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise: “HPE Next” Business Transformation powered by SAP S/4HANA and SUSE
    Guest blog by Marina Clasen, SUSE. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has been a strategic SAP Customer, SAP Global Technology Partner and SAP Data Center Supplier since 1994 and thus it’s no surprise that HPE took part in the annual SAP Innovation A…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 1:16pm -
  • Conquering downtime is a battle on two fronts — here’s how to win
    Getting towards continuous availability is about more than avoiding the sudden outages that stop your business in its tracks — you also need to tackle planned downtime. But the task is getting easier, as more organizations that rely on SAP services…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 1:03pm -
  • Managing All That Valuable SAP Data
    Business leaders have been leveraging business data for continued growth and competitiveness for decades. At first, the focus was on understanding markets and competitors to make major strategic decisions about a company’s future direction. However…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 11:20am -
  • SUSE CaaS Platform 4.2 released for SAP Data Intelligence 3.0
    We are happy to announce that SUSE CaaS Platform 4.2 is validated for SAP Data Intelligence 3.0 patch 4 and above with SUSE Enterprise Storage as storage backend. See SAP Note 2871970:  https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2871970 SUSE CaaS Pla…
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  • Two More Weeks to Go: Documentation Survey – Your Chance to Make an Impact!
    Technical documentation is not limited to conventional product documentation in the form of guides or manuals. It consists of many different types, categories and channels. Of course, product and solution related information is important. But in addi…
    - 5 days ago 14 Sep 20, 7:15am -
  • Ceph and SUSE making the first step toward Windows
    Ceph is a highly-resilient software-defined-storage offering which has only been available to Microsoft Windows environments through the use of iSCSI or CIFS gateways. In order to bring the benefits of native Ceph to Microsoft Windows environments, S…
    - 8 days ago 11 Sep 20, 3:48pm -
  • Kubernetes Moves Fast! Keep Up the Easy Way with SUSE CaaS Platform
    If you’ve been using Kubernetes for a while, then you already appreciate not only the most significant capabilities of the platform, but also the details of what’s new in every upstream release. And you probably understand something about the mix…
    - 8 days ago 10 Sep 20, 9:00pm -
  • The new SUSE One Partner Program – The Power of Many. Together as One.
    Today, we are launching the new SUSE One Partner Program on day one of the Digital SUSE Partner Summit 2020. Why do this, and why now? Our ecosystem is changing. Many of our partners are transforming to meet customers where they are. This transformat…
    - 10 days ago 8 Sep 20, 11:33pm -

Itsfoss

lisenet.com

  • Keycloak with Okta IDP Initiated SSO Login
    It is possible to set up an IDP Initiated Login for a client from an external IDP. Well this has been a real adventure. The Problem This is what I was trying to achieve: User logs into Okta. Gets to Okta app screen. Clicks on an app link. App redirec…
    - 11 days ago 8 Sep 20, 6:00pm -
  • Create a Keycloak Realm Using Admin REST API
    Keycloak provides a fully functional Admin REST API. Pre-requisites A running instance of Keycloak with admin credentials. curl package. jq package (see https://stedolan.github.io/jq/download/). Create a New Realm Configure the environment, change th…
    - 25 days ago 25 Aug 20, 5:15pm -
  • Deploy Keycloak Using Docker Swarm
    We are going to deploy Keycloak using Docker Swarm. We will install Docker Swarm on CentOS 7 and create a stack for Keycloak. Note that Keycloak realm configuration is not covered in this article. Pre-requisites Three CentOS 7 VMs with root access. P…
    - 26 days ago 24 Aug 20, 5:05pm -
  • Change the Default Docker Subnet with SystemD
    Docker uses the default 172.17.0.0/16 subnet for container networking. This will become a problem if you use the same subnet for your local network. To change the default subnet on the docker0 interface with systemd (CentOS 7), create the following d…
    - 73 days ago 7 Jul 20, 9:00pm -
  • Anthy Keyboard to Write in Hiragana and not Katakana
    I’ve been having difficulties configuring my laptop to use a Japanese keyboard. With the lockdown upon us, I’ve been spending more time studying Japanese, and decided to configure my keyboard accordingly. I use Debian with Xfce. I’ve added the…
    - 15 May 20, 10:00pm -
  • Passed EX220 Hybrid Cloud Management
    The OpenStack management part was fun. EX280 Exam Experience I took an individual exam that was based on CloudForms 4. In short, EX220 is a 2-hour exam, but that’s plenty of time to solve all questions. It isn’t a difficult exam because the major…
    - 21 Feb 20, 10:28pm -
  • OpenShift: Create Edge Secured Route
    If you run a webserver, chances are that you will need a secure edge terminated route with TLS termination occurring on the router before traffic is proxied to the destination. Create Edge Secured Route The secure edge terminated route requires a cer…
    - 30 Jan 20, 8:00pm -
  • OpenShift: Create a Service Account
    In some cases you will need to create a service account with root support to enable a container to run with root privileges. Create a Service Account For example, Apache deployment may fail because of a permissions issue. This can be resolved by crea…
    - 28 Jan 20, 8:00pm -
  • OpenShift: Working with Internal Docker Registry
    OpenShift provides an internal container image registry that can be deployed in an OpenShift environment to locally manage images. Docker Registry Management It is likely that the registry was deployed automatically during the OpenShift installation…
    - 26 Jan 20, 4:00pm -
  • Passed EX280 OpenShift Administration
    Kick-starting the new year with OpenShift. EX280 Exam Experience I took an individual exam that was based on OpenShift 3.9. It was, hands down, the Red Hat exam I enjoyed the most. The container technology provided by Docker is fascinating, with Open…
    - 10 Jan 20, 8:00pm -

linuxadmin.io

  • 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 -

sysadmincasts.com

  • #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…
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  • #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
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