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


  • How to install BTRFS on a Debian Linux 12/11
    Btrfs, which stands for "Butter FS" or "B-tree FS," is a modern Linux file system. It was developed to overcome the limitations of older file systems like ext4 or ext3. Btrfs is an excellent choice for efficient storage management on multiple Hard D…
    - 65 days ago 14 Feb 24, 6:10am -
  • How to install GPG (gnupg2) on a Debian Linux to fix gpg command not found error
    GnuPG2 (or GPG2) is an open-source and free tool that implements the OpenPGP standard. Its primary purpose is to encrypt your sensitive information to protect it from unauthorized access. It also allows you to create digital signatures, guaranteeing…
    - 66 days ago 13 Feb 24, 9:38am -
  • How to enable contrib repo on Debian Linux 10/11/12
    Sometimes, when you try to install specific Debian Linux packages, you might encounter an error message that reads:Unable to locate package pkg-name-hereIn many cases, the required package might already be present in the remote download repos. It…
    - 24 Dec 23, 9:18am -
    {Updated} Are you getting, ' WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE!' when try to use the ssh command under Linux, macOS or BSD? Let us see how I fixed this problem and log in using the ssh command.The post SSH WARNING: UNPROTECTED PRIVATE KEY FILE! E…
    - 17 Nov 23, 10:31am -
  • How to open DHCP port using UFW in Linux
    The Uncomplicated Firewall (UFW) needs to be configured to allow traffic on UDP ports 67 and 68, regardless of whether the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is local or remote. Additionally, it may be necessary to open both TCP and U…
    - 25 Oct 23, 10:52am -
  • How to merge all PDF files into one PDF in Linux
    I recently had to submit multiple PDF files for government work, but the web form only allowed for the uploading of a single file. This meant that I had to merge the PDF files into one on Linux. To do this, I used a command-line tool called pdfunite…
    - 24 Oct 23, 8:31pm -
  • How to list package files with dnf in Linux (RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, and Alma Linux)
    If you’re using RHEL, CentOS, Rocky, Fedora, or Alma Linux, you may encounter situations where you must list files in a package before installing it. Similarly, there might be instances where you need to locate a specific configuration file after i…
    - 23 Oct 23, 11:03am -
  • How to install Perl in Fedora Linux
    I am migrating an old Perl project from an unsupported OS to Fedora Linux 38. However, I discovered that Perl is not installed by default, while Python 3 is. This seems ridiculous. Anyway, here is how to install Perl in Fedora Linux including latest…
    - 22 Oct 23, 4:25pm -
  • How to fix “Error: Can’t open display: (null)” with ssh and xclip command in headless mode
    When you try to use the xclip command over the ssh-based session to copy and paste data, you will get the following message on screen:Error: Can't open display: (null)Here is how to fix this error by editing the ssh client and OpenSSH (SSHD server…
    - 8 Oct 23, 8:01pm -
  • How to block AI Crawler Bots using robots.txt file
    Are you a content creator or a blog author who generates unique, high-quality content for a living? Have you noticed that generative AI platforms like OpenAI or CCBot use your content to train their algorithms without your consent? Don't worry! You c…
    - 29 Sep 23, 8:40pm -


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


  • How to Install Lighttpd with MariaDB and PHP-FPM on Ubuntu 22.04
    The LLMP Stack (Linux, Lighttpd, MariaDB, and PHP-FPM) is a software stack for delivering web applications. Each component of the LLMP Stack is free, open-source, and can be installed on multiple operating systems. The LLMP Stack can deliver static H…
    - 7 days ago 12 Apr 24, 4:23pm -
  • How to Install NodeBB Forum on Ubuntu 22.04
    NodeBB is a modern forum software powered by Node.js framework. It uses MongoDB, PostgreSQL, or Redis database to store data. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the NodeBB forum using Nginx on a Ubuntu 22.04 server.
    - 7 days ago 12 Apr 24, 3:53pm -
  • How to Install Fuel CMS with Nginx and Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04
    Fuel CMS is an open-source content management system used for websites. It is based on the CodeIgniter PHP web framework and is used for advanced web development.
    - 7 days ago 12 Apr 24, 3:37pm -
  • How to Install OpenProject on Ubuntu 22.04
    OpenProject is an open-source task management software written in Ruby on Rails and Angular JS. This tutorial will show you how to install OpenProject on Ubuntu 22.04.
    - 7 days ago 12 Apr 24, 8:01am -
  • How to Install Apache with Nginx as a Reverse Proxy on Ubuntu 22.04
    Apache and Nginx are free, open-source, and among the most popular web servers worldwide. This article will show you how to install Nginx as a reverse proxy for Apache on Ubuntu 22.04.
    - 8 days ago 11 Apr 24, 5:31pm -
  • How to Install SolidInvoice on Ubuntu 22.04
    SolidInvoice is a free, simple, and elegant invoicing solution based on PHP. It's designed for small businesses to handle their daily billing operations.
    - 8 days ago 11 Apr 24, 2:44pm -
  • How to Install Next.js on Ubuntu 22.04
    Next.js is a free, open-source, and production-grade React application that gives you building blocks to create superfast and extremely user-friendly web applications. This tutorial will show you how to install Next.js with Nginx as a reverse proxy o…
    - 8 days ago 11 Apr 24, 10:24am -
  • How to Install Odoo ERP Software on Ubuntu 22.04
    Odoo, previously known as OpenERP, is one of the leading ERP software used to manage business processes. It comes with business-related applications and modules like CRM, Sales, billing, accounting, manufacturing, warehouse, and more.
    - 8 days ago 11 Apr 24, 10:07am -
  • How to Install Metasploit Framework on Ubuntu 22.04
    As a network administrator, scanning for security vulnerabilities and patching them as soon as possible is important. Metasploit is an open-source framework that helps identify threats and vulnerabilities. In this tutorial, you will learn how to inst…
    - 14 days ago 5 Apr 24, 5:29pm -
  • How to Install ClickHouse OLAP Database System Ubuntu 22.04
    ClickHouse is a column-oriented database management system. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the ClickHouse OLAP Database System on an Ubuntu 22.04 server.
    - 14 days ago 5 Apr 24, 4:13pm -



  • 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 -


LUP 556The xz Backdoor Exposed 🚨

- 19 days ago 31 Mar 24, 9:43pm -
Coder 563: Mike’s No Good Very Bad Rails Update

- 23 days ago 27 Mar 24, 8:10am -
LUP 555: Glide like a Goose, Honk like a Moose

- 25 days ago 25 Mar 24, 10:06am -
Coder 562: Apple Loses It's Shine

- 28 days ago 22 Mar 24, 8:56am -
LUP 553: Portably Predictable Productivity

- 40 days ago 10 Mar 24, 9:55pm -
Coder 560 & 561: Double Coder Time - Let's DO this.

- 44 days ago 6 Mar 24, 10:09am -

  • newDoes Data Structures and Algorithms Matter in Backend? No BS Answer!
    Introduction:Have you ever wondered whether data structures and algorithms (DSA) truly matter in backend engineering? The answers you've heard might seem vague or inconclusive and they all say "It depends...", "It's needed for interview n…
    - 8 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:54pm -
  • newIntegra múltiples APIs de IA en una sola plataforma
    Mi Problema con OpenAi y la experiencia webEn los últimos tiempos, he estado encantado con el servicio ChatGPT Plus de OpenAI. La velocidad de respuesta de los modelos gpt-3.5-turbo y gpt-4 es realmente impresionante, y la capacidad de o…
    - 40 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:22pm -
  • newMina Protocol: small chain, big dreams
    In my X video and post, I briefly introduced Mina Protocol.The lightweight blockchain with its focus on scalability, privacy and the community.Today I would like to talk about why Mina is the platform for developers to build dApps on, and why thi…
    - 42 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:20pm -
  • newchore( change to offendingcommit
    Time to retire my old handle and continue with my new handle.
    - 46 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:16pm -
  • newThe GitHub Community Roundup - 2024.04.19
    Hello everyone and welcome back to this week's edition of the GitHub Community Roundup! Here in the northern hemisphere we're starting to see signs of spring and hopefully some warmer weather. There are some great blogs that got published this week,…
    - 51 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:11pm -
  • newKickstarting Your DevSecOps Career - The 4 Essential Certifications You Need
    IntroductionIn this blog post, I'll be unpacking the four certifications that I firmly believe are pivotal for anyone aspiring to launch a career in DevSecOps. Drawing from my journey, research, and insights gathered along the way, this p…
    - 55 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:07pm -
  • newMotivation, the neglected superpower.
    I have many years working in the tech world, as a programmer, analyst, hardware, etc, and my last 20 years as a software developer. So many hours in front of a screen that I lost track of how many weekends I spent reading documentation or just writin…
    - 57 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:05pm -
  • newAngular Clickable Component
    Working on one of my side projects I had an interesting problem. I wanted to implement accessibility 👀 . I know, not the topic we usually talk about, but dark days sometimes come and we have to brace ourselves. The TaskHere is the pr…
    - 59 mins ago 19 Apr 24, 5:03pm -
  • newMastering Kubernetes Readiness Probes: A Comprehensive Guide
    In the dynamic landscape of Kubernetes (K8s) orchestration, ensuring the reliability and availability of applications is paramount. One indispensable tool in achieving this is the Readiness Probe. In this guide, we'll delve deep into understanding,…
    - 1 hour ago 19 Apr 24, 4:59pm -
  • newBenefits of Attending IT Conferences: Expanding Knowledge, Building Networks, and Finding Inspiration
    Industry conferences in the field of Information Technology play a crucial role in the professional and personal development of individuals interested in this domain. Whether you're a programmer, data analyst, project manager, or entrepreneur in the…
    - 1 hour ago 19 Apr 24, 4:57pm -


  • Canonical: up to 12 years of support for Ubuntu 24.04 LTS
    Ubuntu 24.04 LTS is expected in April 2024. The new long-term service support release of the popular Linux distribution may receive up to 12 years of support. The extended support range was […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Canonica…
    - 94 days ago 17 Jan 24, 5:02am -
  • Linux Mint 21.3 is now available with experimental Wayland support
    Linux Mint 21.3 is the third and final point update for the Linux Mint distribution. The developers of Linux Mint have released the new version of the popular Linux distribution today. Announced […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Lin…
    - 99 days ago 11 Jan 24, 11:53am -
  • Lan Mouse: open source cross-platform mouse and keyboard sharing software
    Lan Mouse is an open source program for Windows, Linux and macOs that allows users to control multiple devices using one mouse and keyboard. Development focus is on Linux and the versions […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Lan Mouse:…
    - 3 Jan 24, 6:29am -
  • Ubuntu 23.10 released with new Ubuntu App Center and security improvements
    Canonical released Ubuntu 23.10, codename Mantic Minotaur, to the public. The new release of the Linux distribution introduces a large number of changes, including an upgrade to Linux kernel 6.5, a new […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The p…
    - 15 Oct 23, 5:29am -
  • Linux users, take action against the "Looney Tunables" now
    A new and potentially devastating Linux vulnerability has surfaced, aptly named ''Looney Tunables''. This security flaw poses a significant threat to Linux systems, as it allows local attackers to attain coveted root […]Thank you for being a Ghack…
    - 4 Oct 23, 10:21am -
  • Privacy is Sexy: custom privacy scripts for Windows, Linux and macOS
    Privacy is Sexy is a free service that allows users of desktop operating systems to improve their privacy by creating and executing custom scripts. The service is available for Windows, Linux and […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Pr…
    - 22 Aug 23, 5:00am -
  • Linux Mint 21.2 has been released: here is what is new
    A new version of the popular Linux distribution Linux Mint is available. Linux Mint 21.2 is available on download servers, but the official website has not been updated to announce the new […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Min…
    - 16 Jul 23, 12:03pm -
  • Chromium based browsers are not loading pages properly on Linux, here's how to fix it
    Several users have said that their Chromium-based browsers are not rendering pages on some Linux distros. The issue seems to have surfaced after a recent update for Linux's LLVM libraries, specifically libllvm […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reade…
    - 12 Jul 23, 6:18am -
  • iVentoy: boot and install operating systems on multiple machines over the network
    The developer of the multi-boot tool Ventoy has released a new utility called iVentoy. Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drives using one or more disk image formats. […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post iVentoy: boot…
    - 24 Jun 23, 10:08am -
  • Linux 6.3 offers improved security and functionality for users
    The latest version of Linux, Linux 6.3, has been released following a "nice, controlled release cycle," according to project boss Linus Torvalds. The release cycle required seven release candidates, which were supported […]Thank you for being a Gh…
    - 25 Apr 23, 2:34pm -


  • new[$] Weighted memory interleaving and new system calls
    Gregory Price recently posteda patch set that adds support for weighted memory interleaving — allowing aprocess's memory to be distributed betweennon-uniform memory access (NUMA)nodes in a more controlled way.According to his performance me…
    - 4 hours ago 19 Apr 24, 2:12pm -
  • newSecurity updates for Friday
    Security updates have been issued by AlmaLinux (gnutls, java-17-openjdk, mod_http2, and squid), Debian (firefox-esr), Fedora (editorconfig, perl-Clipboard, php, rust, and wordpress), Mageia (less, libreswan, puppet, and x11-server, x11-server-xwaylan…
    - 5 hours ago 19 Apr 24, 1:08pm -
  • [$] Gentoo bans AI-created contributions
    Gentoo Council member Michał Górny postedan RFC to the gentoo-dev mailinglist in late February about banning "'AI'-backed (LLM/GPT/whatever)contributions" to the Gentoo Linux project. Górny wrote that the spread of the"AI bubble" indicated a…
    - 1 day ago 18 Apr 24, 3:11pm -
  • [$] Warning about WARN_ON()
    Kernel developers, like conscientious developers for many projects, willoften include checks in the code for conditions that are never expected tooccur, but which would indicate a serious problem should that expectationturn out to be incorrect. F…
    - 1 day ago 18 Apr 24, 2:24pm -
  • Security updates for Thursday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (firefox-esr, jetty9, libdatetime-timezone-perl, tomcat10, and tzdata), Fedora (cockpit, filezilla, and libfilezilla), Red Hat (firefox, gnutls, java-1.8.0-openjdk, java-17-openjdk, kernel, kernel-rt, less,…
    - 1 day ago 18 Apr 24, 2:03pm -
  • [$] Weekly Edition for April 18, 2024
    The Weekly Edition for April 18, 2024 is available.
    - 2 days ago 18 Apr 24, 12:29am -
  • [$] Managing to-do lists on the command line with Taskwarrior
    Managing to-do lists is something of a universal necessity. While somepeople handle them mentally or on paper, others resort to a web-based tool ora mobile application. For those preferring the command line, the MIT-licensed Taskwarrior offers a f…
    - 2 days ago 17 Apr 24, 3:25pm -
  • Four more stable kernels
    The 6.8.7,6.6.28,6.1.87, and5.15.156 stable kernel updates have all beenreleased.
    - 2 days ago 17 Apr 24, 12:47pm -
  • Security updates for Wednesday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (apache2 and cockpit), Fedora (firefox, kernel, mbedtls, python-cbor2, wireshark, and yyjson), Mageia (nghttp2), Red Hat (kernel, kernel-rt, opencryptoki, pcs, shim, squid, and squid:4), Slackware (firefox)…
    - 2 days ago 17 Apr 24, 12:36pm -
  • [$] Identifying dependencies used via dlopen()
    The recent XZ backdoor has sparked a lot of discussion about how the open-sourcecommunity links and packages software. One possiblesecurity improvement being discussedis changing howprojects like systemd link to dynamic libraries that are only…
    - 3 days ago 16 Apr 24, 7:54pm -


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


  • Linky
    Linky: Post to Twitter and Mastodon with simplicity.
    - 25 Jan 23, 12:00pm -
  • FrogFind
    FrogFind: A DuckDuckGo-powered search engine designed for old browsers running on vintage computers.
    - 20 Jan 23, 12:00pm -
  • One Thing
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  • Generate a GIF image from video file
    $ ffmpeg -ss 30 -t 3 -i input.mp4 -vf "fps=10,scale=320:-1:flags=lanczos,split[s0][s1];[s0]palettegen[p];[s1][p]paletteuse" -loop 0 output.gifThe 30 means start extracting frames from 30 seconds into the video. The 3 means extract the next 3 seconds…
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  • Find all the hidden dot files
    $ find ./path_to_dir -type f -name '.*'This begins recursively looking at dot files starting from "./path_to_dir". Then it prints out the names of those files.If you are satisfied with the list of files discovered then you can delete them like so `…
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  • Create a highly compressed encrypted 7zip file from a directory
    $ 7z a -t7z -mhe=on -m0=lzma2 -mx=9 -mfb=64 -md=32m -ms=on some_directory.7z some_directory/Create a 7zip archive named "some_directory.7z" and adds to it the directory "some_directory".The `-mhe=on` is for header encryption, basically it mangles t…
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  • Disk usage skipping mount points (even top-level ones)
    $ for a in /*; do mountpoint -q -- "$a" || du -shx "$a"; done | sort -hOther solutions that involve doing du -sx /*are incomplete because they will still descend other top-level filesystems are that mounted directly at "/" because the * expands to…
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  • Generate random port number
    $ shuf -i 1024-65535 -n 1`shuf` generate random permutations. `-i`, `--input-range=LO-HI` and `-n`, `--head-count=COUNT` output at most COUNT lines View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by pabloabDiff…
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  • Assign top-level JSON entries to shell variables
    $ json='{"a":42, "b":"s t r i n g", "c": []}' ; eval $(echo $json | jq -r 'to_entries | .[] | select(.value | scalars) | .key + "=\"" + (.value | tostring) + "\";"' | tee /dev/tty)A recursive version might be useful too./dev/tty is used to show whi…
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  • MacOS: Make the terminal app always quit when
    $ alias exit="killall Terminal"When you use the "exit" command in a Linux terminal window, it not only closes the terminal window itself but also the terminal emulator app, such as GNOME Terminal or Konsole, that it belongs to. If you use the "exit"…
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  • Get the beats per minute from an audio track
    $ ffmpeg -loglevel quiet -i "$AUDIO_FILE" -f f32le -ac 1 -ar 44100 - | bpmRequires bpm-tools View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by malathionDiff your entire…
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  • Download Video & extract only a specific Time of it
    $ yt-dlp --external-downloader ffmpeg --external-downloader-args "-ss 00:05:00 -t 00:01:00" ""Because this does not download more of the video than necessary, it is faster (especially with long videos).…
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  • Show temp of all disk
    $ grep -l "drivetemp" /sys/class/hwmon/hwmon*/name | while read f; do printf "%s(%-.2s°C)\n" "`<${f%/*}/device/model`" "`<${f%/*}/temp1_input`"; doneShow temp of all disk with the drivetemp module activate View this command to comment, vot…
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  • Kubernetes v1.30: Uwubernetes
    Editors: Amit Dsouza, Frederick Kautz, Kristin Martin, Abigail McCarthy, Natali VlatkoAnnouncing the release of Kubernetes v1.30: Uwubernetes, the cutest release!Similar to previous releases, the release of Kubernetes v1.30 introduces new stable, b…
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  • Spotlight on SIG Architecture: Code Organization
    This is the third interview of a SIG Architecture Spotlight series that will cover the differentsubprojects. We will cover SIG Architecture: Code Organization.In this SIG Architecture spotlight I talked with Madhav Jivrajani(VMware), a member of t…
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  • DIY: Create Your Own Cloud with Kubernetes (Part 3)
    Approaching the most interesting phase, this article delves into running Kubernetes withinKubernetes. Technologies such as Kamaji and Cluster API are highlighted, along with theirintegration with KubeVirt.Previous discussions have coveredpreparin…
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  • DIY: Create Your Own Cloud with Kubernetes (Part 2)
    Continuing our series of posts on how to build your own cloud using just the Kubernetes ecosystem.In the previous article, weexplained how we prepare a basic Kubernetes distribution based on Talos Linux and Flux CD.In this article, we'll show you…
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  • DIY: Create Your Own Cloud with Kubernetes (Part 1)
    At Ænix, we have a deep affection for Kubernetes and dream that all modern technologies will soonstart utilizing its remarkable patterns.Have you ever thought about building your own cloud? I bet you have. But is it possible to do thisusing only…
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  • Introducing the Windows Operational Readiness Specification
    Since Windows support graduated to stablewith Kubernetes 1.14 in 2019, the capability to run Windows workloads has been muchappreciated by the end user community. The level of and availability of Windows workloadsupport has consistently been a maj…
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  • A Peek at Kubernetes v1.30
    A quick look: exciting changes in Kubernetes v1.30It's a new year and a new Kubernetes release. We're halfway through the release cycle andhave quite a few interesting and exciting enhancements coming in v1.30. From brand new featuresin alpha, to…
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  • CRI-O: Applying seccomp profiles from OCI registries
    Seccomp stands for secure computing mode and has been a feature of the Linuxkernel since version 2.6.12. It can be used to sandbox the privileges of aprocess, restricting the calls it is able to make from userspace into thekernel. Kubernetes lets…
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  • Spotlight on SIG Cloud Provider
    One of the most popular ways developers use Kubernetes-related services is via cloud providers, buthave you ever wondered how cloud providers can do that? How does this whole process of integrationof Kubernetes to various cloud providers happen? To…
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  • A look into the Kubernetes Book Club
    Learning Kubernetes and the entire ecosystem of technologies around it is not without itschallenges. In this interview, we will talk with Carlos Santana(AWS) to learn a bit more about how he created theKubernetes Book Club, how it works, andhow a…
    - 58 days ago 22 Feb 24, 12:00am -

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  • newCloud Custodian completes audit to strengthen security posture and enable continuous assessment
    Project post by Cloud Custodian maintainers The Cloud Custodian maintainers are happy to complete a successful security audit with Ada Logics. The Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF) facilitated this audit, which was generously funded by…
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  • newKubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2024 recap: highlights and takeaways
    Community post originally published on Medium by Maryam Tavakkoli This year, I had the opportunity to attend KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe in Paris. While this marked my second in-person KubeCon attendance, it was my first experience as an...
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  • The challenges of rising MTTR — and what to do
    Member post by Jake O’Donnell, Data volumes are soaring. Environments are increasingly intricate. The risk of applications and systems encountering breakdowns is sky-high, and the mean time to recovery (MTTR) for production incidents is mov…
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  • Triton Server accelerates distribution of models based on Dragonfly
    Project post by Yufei Chen, Miao Hao, and Min Huang, Dragonfly project This document will help you experience how to use dragonfly with TritonServe. During the downloading of models, the file size is large and there are many...
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  • Streamlining logs with open source, local LLMs
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  • Charting new territory: OpenTelemetry embraces profiling
    Ambassador post originally published on’s blog by Dotan Horovits The topic of continuous profiling has been an ongoing discussion in the observability world for some time. I said back in 2021 that profiling was set to be...
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  • What is infrastructure from code?
    Member post originally published on AppCD’s blog by Lauren Rother Maybe you’ve heard of Infrastructure as Code (IaC), which is the process of managing and provisioning computer data center resources (mostly but not entirely in the cloud) throug…
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  • Cloud Native Computing Foundation Announces Trend Micro has Doubled Down on Cloud Native with Gold Membership Upgrade 
    Global leader in cybersecurity deepens investment in cloud native to drive innovation for end users  SAN FRANCISCO, CA – April 10, 2024 – The Cloud Native Computing Foundation® (CNCF®), which builds sustainable ecosystems for cloud native soft…
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  • K8s Benchmark Report: are organizations meeting NSA hardening checks?
    Member post originally published on Fairwinds’s blog by Joe Pelletier The National Security Agency (NSA) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) continue to update their Kubernetes hardening guidance, making recommendati…
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  • Applicability of Open Policy Agent (OPA) in telecom domain
    Member post by Rakesh Girija Ramesan Nair, Senior Technology Architect, and Sherni Liz Samuel, Technology Architect, Infosys Limited Abstract: This blog brings forth the key focus areas & challenges in the Telecom domain related to policies and how..…
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  • The Future of Kubernetes: Potential Improvements Through Generative AI
    Kubernetes, the open-source platform for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications, has revolutionized the IT industry. However, like all innovative technology, it continuously seeks enhancements to improve efficien…
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  • Retrieval-Augmented Generation: A More Reliable Approach
    In the rapidly changing world of artificial intelligence, it has evolved far more than just predictions based on data analysis. It is now emerging with limitless potential for generating creative content and problem-solving models. With generative AI…
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  • C4 PlantUML: Effortless Software Documentation
    Documentation plays a crucial role in any project, serving as a compass for development teams, and as a good way for the new joiners to know how the project is done. More often than not, documentation becomes a task that is either indefinitely postpo…
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  • I Built My First Go Application and Deployed It to Heroku
    Go (aka Golang) came to life at Google in 2009. It was designed by a few big names: Robert Griesemer, who had a large hand in the development of the Java Virtual Machine. Rob Pike, who holds the U.S. patent for windowing UI systems as well as help…
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  • Distributed Caching: Enhancing Performance in Modern Applications
    In an era where instant access to data is not just a luxury but a necessity, distributed caching has emerged as a pivotal technology in optimizing application performance. With the exponential growth of data and the demand for real-time processing, t…
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  • Exploring the Frontiers of AI: The Emergence of LLM-4 Architectures
    The relentless advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) technology reshapes our world, with Large Language Models (LLMs) spearheading this transformation. The emergence of the LLM-4 architecture signifies a pivotal moment in AI development, herald…
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  • Organizing Knowledge With Knowledge Graphs: Industry Trends
    Knowledge graphs are a giant web of information where elements and ideas are linked to show how they are related in the real world. This is beyond databases that just store information. Knowledge graphs also store the connections between information.…
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  • Empowering Developers With Scalable, Secure, and Customizable Storage Solutions
    In today's data-driven world, businesses face numerous challenges when it comes to storing, securing, and analyzing vast amounts of information. As a developer, engineer, or architect, finding the right storage solution that seamlessly integrates wit…
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  • Ethical Considerations in AI Development
    Artificial Intelligence (AI) has rapidly evolved, empowering us with remarkable capabilities, from predictive analytics to autonomous systems. However, this technological leap also brings forth ethical dilemmas and challenges. As AI development becom…
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  • A Deep Dive Into CDC With Azure Data Factory
    Change Data Capture (CDC) in SQL Server is a powerful feature designed to track and capture changes made to data within a database. It provides a reliable and efficient way to identify alterations to tables, allowing for the extraction of valuable in…
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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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  • newMeta's Not Telling Where It Got Its AI Training Data
    An anonymous reader shares a report: Today Meta unleashed its ChatGPT competitor, Meta AI, across its apps and as a standalone. The company boasts that it is running on its latest, greatest AI model, Llama 3, which was trained on "data of the highest…
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  • newMicrosoft Does Not Want You To Use iPerf3 To Measure Network Performance on Windows
    An anonymous reader shares a report: iPerf is a fairly popular cross-platform tool that is used by many to measure network performance and diagnose any potential issues in this area. The open-source utility is maintained by an organization called Ene…
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  • newGoogle To Employees: 'We Are a Workplace'
    Google, once known for its unconventional approach to business, has taken a decisive step towards becoming a more traditional company by firing 28 employees who participated in protests against a $1.2 billion contract with the Israeli government. The…
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  • newSamsung Shifts To Emergency Mode With 6-day Work Week for Executives
    Korean newspaper KED Global: Executives at all Samsung Group units will work six days a week from as early as this week in a shift to emergency mode. The move comes as the won's sharp depreciation, rising oil prices and high borrowing costs aggravate…
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  • newWindows 10 Will Start Pushing Users To Use Microsoft Accounts
    Microsoft is getting ready to annoy its faithful Windows 10 user base with yet another prompt. From a report: This time, Microsoft wants Windows 10 users to switch from using a local account to their online Microsoft account. As first noticed by the…
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  • newApple Removes WhatsApp, Threads and Telegram From China App Store
    China ordered Apple to remove some of the world's most popular chat messaging apps from its app store in the country, the latest example of censorship demands on the iPhone seller in the company's second-biggest market. WSJ: Meta's WhatsApp and Threa…
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  • newChinese Cities Are Sinking Rapidly
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from NPR: Major cities across China are sinking, putting a substantial portion of the country's rapidly urbanizing population in harm's way in the coming decades, according to a sweeping new analysis by Chinese sci…
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  • newFBI Says Chinese Hackers Preparing To Attack US Infrastructure
    schwit1 shares a report from Reuters: Chinese government-linked hackers have burrowed into U.S. critical infrastructure and are waiting "for just the right moment to deal a devastating blow," FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Thursday. An ongoing…
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  • newNorthrop Grumman Working With SpaceX On US Spy Satellite System
    Longtime Slashdot reader SonicSpike shares a report from Reuters: Aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman is working with SpaceX [...] on a classified spy satellite project already capturing high-resolution imagery of the Earth, according to p…
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  • newReddit Is Taking Over Google
    An anonymous reader quotes a report from Business Insider: If you think you've been seeing an awful lot more Reddit results lately when you search on Google, you're not imagining things. The internet is in upheaval, and for website owners the rules o…
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  • Distribution Release: Clonezilla Live 3.1.2-22
    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. The Clonezilla Live distribution provides disk and partition cloning tools through a live DVD/USB platform. The project's latest release introduces kernel upgrades and reverts the xz p…
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  • Distribution Release: KANOTIX 2024
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    The DistroWatch news feed is brought to you by TUXEDO COMPUTERS. Tomáš Kelemen has announced the release of Lakka 5.0, a major new version of the project's lightweight Linux distribution with a goal of transforming a small computer into a full-blo…
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  • Development Release: Ubuntu 24.04 Beta
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  • Display an Interactive Demo on your SourceForge Business Software Listing
    Big News: SourceForge Just Got a Major Upgrade with Cool Demo Tools! Hey everyone! We’ve got some awesome news to share that’s going to make showcasing and exploring ...The post Display an Interactive Demo on your SourceForge Business Software L…
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  • Project Web Hosting Database Upgrade Notice
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  • GitHub is Ending Subversion (svn) Support: Subversion and SourceForge
    Earlier this year, GitHub announced that it would be sunsetting Subversion support on January 8th, 2024. Since then, SourceForge has seen high volume of projects that use Subversion migrate ...The post GitHub is Ending Subversion (svn) Support: Sub…
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  • Welcoming OSDN Projects to SourceForge
    —- has been having extended service outages since it was recently acquired. Some users are reporting that OSDN has been down on and off for over a ...The post Welcoming OSDN Projects to SourceForge appeared first on SourceForge Community…
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  • SourceForge Welcomes Android and Me: Introducing the SourceForge Podcast
    We’re thrilled to announce an exciting development in the tech world: SourceForge has acquired Android and Me, a well-respected name in tech news and podcasting. This acquisition marks ...The post SourceForge Welcomes Android and Me: Introducing t…
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  • ProjectLibre Recognized With Open Source Excellence Award on SourceForge
    — We are happy to announce that SourceForge has recognized a number of exceptional projects on SourceForge with awards based on the value these projects provide to the ...The post ProjectLibre Recognized With Open Source Excellence Award on Source…
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  • Does SourceForge have malware?
    SourceForge does not have malware or viruses. All projects, downloads, and releases served from SourceForge are scanned for malware and viruses, so you can rest assured that your ...The post Does SourceForge have malware? appeared first on SourceFor…
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  • Projects of the Week, December 21, 2020
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  • Today in Tech – 2003
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  • Python Series Part 1: Installing and Configuring Python 3
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  • LFCS - Virtual Networking
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  • LFCS - Installing and Understanding XRDP
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Redhat Blog

  • How to configure Satellite 6.4 to execute Insights' remediation playbooks
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  • Running Insights remediation playbooks within Satellite 6.4
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  • 大規模導入における Insights ガイドライン
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  • Red Hat Insights guidelines for deployment at scale
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  • Red Hat Management & Automation with Insights at Red Hat Summit San Francisco 2018!
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Suse Blog

  • Unlock the Easiest Path to HA SQL Server in Kubernetes
    DH2i’s DxEnterprise with Rancher Prime by SUSE provides an ideal, infrastructure-agnostic, streamlined, high availability solution empowering enterprises to achieve unprecedented resilience, scalability, and security for their business-critical, Mi…
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  • SUSE’s Container Security Platform Now Listed in Amazon EKS Best Practices: A Big Step for Container Security
    Thanks to our collaboration with AWS and work from Dominik Wombacher, we’re thrilled to announce that SUSE’s Container Security Platform, NeuVector Prime, is now recognized in the official Amazon EKS Best Practices documentation across six key se…
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  • Harnessing AI in Rancher Prime 3.0: Shaping the Future Together
    The complexities of Kubernetes management can be overwhelming, but you don’t have to face them alone. Discover how Rancher Prime’s AI Assistant can help enterprises navigate their container orchestration journey. Rancher Prime, known for its cutt…
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  • Install your HPC Cluster with Warewulf
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  • How NeuVector Can Protect Against the XZ Backdoor Attack CVE-2024-3094 in Kubernetes Environments
    Security researcher Andres Freund reported to Debian that the xz/liblzma library had been backdoored. As a result, CVE-2024-3094 was published with a critical CVSS score of 10. This vulnerability stems from a supply chain compromise on versions 5.6.0…
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  • 5 Reasons Why Linux Choice Matters
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  • SUSE addresses supply chain attack against xz compression library
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  • SLES for SAP maintenance procedure for Scale-Out Perf-Opt HANA cluster
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  • How Public Cloud Adoption Enables Increased IT Automation
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  • Regenerate Expired Puppet Master Certificate
    Renewing an expired Puppet master certificate. The Problem It has been 5 years since the Puppet server v5 deployment, and the Puppet master certificate has therefore expired. # puppet cert list --all - "" (SHA256) 11:36:8F:20:BB:3D:…
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  • Revive an Expired Puppet CA with Certregen
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  • Create a Swap File on Linux with dd Command
    We are going to use a dd command to create a swap file on a Linux system and then add it to fstab. I’ve been using Ansible automation for so long that I forgot how to do trivial things by hand. Create a Swap File with dd Create a 1GB swap file, mak…
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  • 10th Website Anniversary
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  • Grafana with Azure AD and AWS Cognito
    We are going to integrate Azure AD as a federated identity provider (IdP) in AWS Cognito user pool that provides a single sign-on (SSO) option for our Grafana users. The Problem We have multiple instances of Grafana deployed for different projects. W…
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  • Gaining SSH Access to TP-Link RE200 Wi-Fi Range Extender
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  • Kubernetes Cluster Hardening: Set Minimum TLS Version to 1.3
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  • How to Mount an AWS S3 Bucket Locally on Linux Using Mountpoint
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  • cannot open shared object file when upgrading from Debian Buster to Bullseye
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  • Migrating HA Kubernetes Cluster from Rocky Linux 8 to Rocky Linux 9
    Kubernetes homelab migration to the latest version of Rocky Linux. The Upgrade Plan We are going to upgrade our Kubernetes homelab nodes from Rocky 8 to Rocky 9. We have a cluster of six nodes, three control planes and three worker nodes, all of whic…
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  • Configuring Firewalld to Work Seamlessly with Docker on CentOS
    Docker has revolutionized the way developers and system administrators manage containerized applications. However, when using Docker on CentOS, ensuring that your firewall settings are correctly configured is crucial for the security and proper funct…
    - 27 Sep 23, 3:42pm -
  • Mastering NGINX Tuning: Optimizing Web Server Performance
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    - 27 Sep 23, 3:33pm -
  • Exploring eBPF: Revolutionizing Network and System Monitoring
    This article explores eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter), tracing its evolution from a simple packet filtering tool to a transformative technology reshaping system and network monitoring, security, and observability. Delving into core concepts, d…
    - 22 Sep 23, 3:30pm -
  • Kubernetes: Installation and Overview on CentOS 8
    Kubernetes, an open-source container orchestration platform, revolutionizes the deployment and management of containerized applications. This article provides an installation guide for Kubernetes on CentOS 8, empowering users to harness the full pote…
    - 22 Sep 23, 3:16pm -
  • Install Docker on Centos 8
    Docker is a powerful tool that simplifies the process of creating, deploying, and managing applications within lightweight, portable containers. Installing Docker on CentOS 8 is straightforward, and this guide will walk you through the process step b…
    - 21 Sep 23, 4:03pm -
  • Laravel Installation Guide For CentOS
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    - 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 -

  • #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 -


  • How to use kill commands in Linux
    Using a variety of Linux kill commands, there are several ways to terminate a process. Study the different kill commands that send signals to programs that have become unresponsive.
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  • Managed Server vs. Unmanaged Server Defined
    In this article, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing a managed server versus an unmanaged server.
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  • Change cPanel password from WebHost Manager (WHM)
    Learn how to change a cPanel password from WebHost Manager (WHM) for security reasons or when you don’t remember your password and need to recover it.
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  • In-place CentOS 7 upgrades
    CentOS 7 will move to EOL (end-of-life) status on June 30, 2024. Here’s what you need to know about our in-place operating system upgrade from CentOS 7 to AlmaLinux 8.
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  • Change the root password in WebHost Manager (WHM)
    WebHost Manager (WHM) lets you change your root password easily as one of the most basic and efficient steps for ensuring maximum security of your data.
    - 17 days ago 2 Apr 24, 9:00am -
  • 2024 cPanel and Plesk monthly pricing breakdown
    Liquid Web customers can review a monthly cost analysis of running a cPanel or Plesk server with the 2024 pricing changes based on the management platform.
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  • Blocking IP or whitelisting IP addresses with UFW
    Blocking and whitelisting IP addresses is an integral part of managing the health and security profile of Linux servers. UFW effectively manages IP addresses for enhanced security.
    - 35 days ago 15 Mar 24, 9:00am -
  • Fail2Ban install tutorial for Linux (AlmaLinux)
    In this article, we'll walk you through a Fail2Ban install on an AlmaLinux system to provide an additional layer of defense against potential security threats.
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  • How to set up NGINX virtual hosts (server blocks) on AlmaLinux
    NGINX virtual hosts (server blocks) allow you to host multiple domains or websites on a single server. With a focus on AlmaLinux, let's examine the necessary setup steps.
    - 38 days ago 12 Mar 24, 9:00am -
  • Integrating Cloudflare Access with a Bitwarden instance
    Explore how to configure a Bitwarden instance to work with the Cloudflare Access product. Set up gateways and tunneling with robust security by integrating these two platforms.
    - 43 days ago 7 Mar 24, 9:00am -
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