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  • Open-Source Alternative to
    Discover 300+ popular open-source alternatives to your proprietary SaaS.
    - 24 days ago 2 Jun 22, 12:49pm -
  • 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…
    - 25 days ago 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…
    - 25 days ago 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 BlogSource
    - 25 days ago 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…
    - 52 days ago 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…
    - 66 days ago 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…
    - 72 days ago 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…
    - 83 days ago 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…
    - 83 days ago 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…
    - 89 days ago 29 Mar 22, 3:49pm -


  • How To Test or Check Reverse DNS on a Linux / Unix
    {Updated} Want to do a reverse DNS (rDNS) Lookup in Linux, macOS, *BSD or Unix/WSL/Windows to find scammers/phishers/spammer using a forward confirm. Try these tips.The post How To Test or Check Reverse DNS on a Linux / Unix appeared first on nixCraf…
    - 17 days ago 9 Jun 22, 4:31pm -
  • How to backup & restore a list of installed FreeBSD packages
    Today, I will share one helpful tip that allows FreeBSD developers and sysadmin to make a backup list of installed all FreeBSD packages and then restore it. Hence, this is useful for disaster recovery (DR) or simply rebuilding a new server. It will…
    - 17 days ago 9 Jun 22, 2:31pm -
  • How to upgrade Alpine Linux 3.15 to 3.16
    {Updated} Alpine Linux 3.16.0 has been released. Here is how to upgrade from version 3.15.xx to 3.16.0.The post How to upgrade Alpine Linux 3.15 to 3.16 appeared first on nixCraft.
    - 33 days ago 24 May 22, 8:46pm -
  • How to Set Up WireGuard VPN on Amazon Linux 2
    WireGuard is an open-source, free, modern, and fast VPN with state-of-the-art cryptography. It is like OpenSSH in simplicity and uses private and public keys. Hence, it is more straightforward as compared to IPSec and OpenVPN. Initially released for…
    - 33 days ago 24 May 22, 5:48pm -
  • How To Save A File In Vim / Vi Without Root Permission With sudo
    {Updated} Forgot to edit Linux or Unix/macOS file as sudo user? Want to overwrite without quitting vim on Linux/Unix? Try vim cmd trick and save time.The post How To Save A File In Vim / Vi Without Root Permission With sudo appeared first on nixCraft…
    - 34 days ago 23 May 22, 12:03pm -
  • How to change hostname on Amazon Linux 2 without reboot
    Do you want to set or update the AWS EC2 or Lightsail hostname without a reboot when using Amazon Linux 2? Here is how to set or change the hostname on Amazon Linux 2 distribution using the ssh client.Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook -…
    - 34 days ago 23 May 22, 11:48am -
  • Linux and Unix host Command Examples
    {Updated} The host command is an easy to use command-line utility for performing DNS lookups under Linux, macOS, BSD and Unix-like systems. We can use it to find or convert DNS names to IP addresses and vice versa. Let us see the host command example…
    - 44 days ago 13 May 22, 8:02pm -
  • How to check if Ansible collection is installed or not
    Sometimes I need a specific Ansible module from ansible-galaxy to carry out a particular type of automation. But I don't know if it is already installed or not or bundled with Ansible when I installed the latest version on Ubuntu Linux. So here is a…
    - 44 days ago 13 May 22, 7:27pm -
  • How to install MySQL server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Linux
    {nixCraft Patreon supporters content}MySQL version 8.0 is a free and open-source database system used by most web applications and sites on the Internet. Typically MySQL is part of the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/Python/PHP) stack. MySQL heavily…
    - 47 days ago 10 May 22, 7:21am -
  • How to fix “bash: add-apt-repository: command not found” error on Ubuntu/Debian Linux
    Let us see how to fix the "bash: add-apt-repository: command not found" error on an Ubuntu/Debian Linux system when you run the add-apt-repository command.Love this? sudo share_on: Twitter - Facebook - LinkedIn - Whatsapp - RedditThe post How to f…
    - 51 days ago 6 May 22, 12:05pm -


  • Why Oracle Java 7 And 6 Installers No Longer Work
    Because I've received more than 50 emails about this, I though I'd make a post about it, to clear things up for everybody.While Oracle Java 6 and 7 are not supported for quite a while, they were still available for download on Oracle's website until…
    - 16 Sep 21, 11:46am -
  • How To Flash Android (Flyme) On Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition
    This is a quick guide for how to reflash Fyme OS on Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition. Flyme is based on Android with some redesign along with extras. It doesn't ship with Google apps, but those are easily installable.You can flash Flyme 5.1.12G or 6.1.0G (re…
    - 25 Aug 17, 9:53am -
  • Audacious 3.9 Released With Qt User Interface Enhancements, More [PPA]
    Audacious 3.9 was released recently, bringing much-needed updates to the QT UI, along with various other enhancements.Audacious GTK2 interfaceAudacious is a music player available for Linux and Windows, which ships with an extensive list of plugins,…
    - 22 Aug 17, 10:34am -
  • Nemo 3.4 Without Cinnamon Dependencies Available In PPA For Ubuntu 17.04 And 16.04
    Nemo 3.4 (3.4.7 at the time I'm writing this article) without Cinnamon dependencies and with Unity patches is now available in the WebUpd8 Nemo 3 PPA, for Ubuntu 17.04 and 16.04.While it comes with some Unity patches, this Nemo version should work wi…
    - 11 Aug 17, 1:11pm -
  • YouTube-DL GUI 0.4 Ships With New User Interface, More [PPA]
    After two years since the previous version, a new YouTube-DL GUI (YouTube-DLG) version was made available for download recently. The new 0.4 version ships with a a new user interface, easier format and save path selection and more.YouTube-DL GUI is,…
    - 11 Aug 17, 9:05am -
  • Ambient Noise (ANoise) Player Fixed For Ubuntu 16.04 And Newer
    Ambient Noise, or ANoise is a simple, lightweight application for playing ambient noises, such as waves, rain, fire, and so on, useful to help you stay focused and boost productivity, or fall asleep. The application didn't work in Ubuntu 16.04 and ne…
    - 14 Jun 17, 1:47pm -
  • Tool To Create Bootable Windows USB Stick From Linux `WinUSB` (Fork) Renamed To `WoeUSB`, Sees New Release
    The WinUSB fork we covered a while back was renamed to WoeUSB recently, while also seeing quite a few releases for the past few days.WoeUSB / WinUSB is a tool that can be used to create a bootable Windows installer USB stick from an ISO or DVD. The a…
    - 14 Jun 17, 12:23pm -
  • MATE Dock Applet Sees New Release
    MATE Dock Applet is a MATE panel applet that displays open windows / applications as icons. The latest 0.78 version includes 5 new types of indicators, a new option to add space between dock icons, and more.Among the MATE Dock Applet features are pin…
    - 6 Jun 17, 10:37am -
  • Tilix (Previously Terminix) 1.5.8 And Guake 0.8.9 Available In PPA
    Tilix (previously called Terminix) and Guake terminal emulators have had new releases recently, and are both available in PPA for Ubuntu / Linux Mint.Tilix 1.5.8Tilix is a GTK3 terminal emulator. The application allows splitting terminals both horizo…
    - 1 Jun 17, 11:39am -
  • Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus) Available For Download
    Ubuntu 17.04 has been released.The new version brings updated applications and various under-the-hood improvements, along with bug fixes. As expected, Compiz and Unity have only received minor improvements and bug fixes.On the other hand, Ubuntu 17.0…
    - 13 Apr 17, 5:06pm -


  • How to Install Laravel PHP Framework with Apache 2 on Ubuntu 22.04
    Laravel is a web application framework based on PHP for building enterprise web applications. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install the Laravel on the latest Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. This will also include how to set up the LAMP Stack for the Lara…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 3:12pm -
  • How to Install and Secure MongoDB NoSQL Database on Ubuntu 22.04
    MongoDB is a free, open-source, and one of the most popular NoSQL database systems. It stores data in JSON rather than the usual table style method found in SQL databases. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install MongoDB on Ubuntu 22.04.
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 9:43am -
  • How to Install Nextcloud with Apache and Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
    Nextcloud is a free and open-source, file sharing and syncing solution that helps you to store your personal documents, files, photos, and other in a central location. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Nextcloud on Ubuntu 22.04 server…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 10:40am -
  • How to use modules from the Terraform Registry
    The Terraform Registry is a place where one can find different providers and modules (re-usable Terraform configurations) and use them with Terraform. In this tutorial, we will see how to use modules from Terraform Registry. We will see this by demon…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 10:32am -
  • Perfect Server Automated ISPConfig 3 Installation on Debian 10 - 11 and Ubuntu 20.04
    This tutorial shows you how to easily set up a web, email and DNS server with ISPConfig 3 using the ISPConfig auto-installation script.
    - 5 days ago 21 Jun 22, 4:05pm -
  • How to Install a Debian 11 (Bullseye) Minimal Server
    This tutorial shows how to install a Debian 11 (Bullseye) minimal server in detail with many screenshots. The purpose of this guide is to provide a minimal setup that can be used as the basis for our other Debian 11 tutorials here at
    - 5 days ago 21 Jun 22, 2:40pm -
  • How to Install SuiteCRM with Nginx and Free Let's Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 22.04
    SuiteCRM is an open-source customer relationship management solution written in PHP. It's a fork of the popular SugarCRM software after SugarCRM stopped releasing its community edition. In this post, you will learn how to install SuiteCRM using the N…
    - 5 days ago 21 Jun 22, 11:22am -
  • How to Install Gatsby.js Node Framework on Ubuntu 22.04
    GatsbyJS or Gatsby is a free and open-source framework for building blazing fast, modern apps, and websites with React. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install and set up Gatsby.js on the Ubuntu 22.04 machine.
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 2:21pm -
  • How to Install OpenLiteSpeed Web Server on Ubuntu 22.04
    OpenLiteSpeed is a simple, lightweight, and high-performance HTTP server and can handle hundreds of thousands of concurrent connections. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install OpenLiteSpeed on Ubuntu 22.04 server.
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 1:14pm -
  • How to use loops in Terraform
    Terraform is an Open source tool developed and maintained by HashiCorp. It uses its own Hashicorp Configuration Language- HCL to provision multiple cloud service providers. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use loops in Terraform. We will see…
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 12:21pm -


  • newRaspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi Pico Projects
    Tiny Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Robot Made For Robot Sumo | Tom's HardwareThe Raspberry Pi in robotics is a smart mix—but what happens if the kit you ordered doesn’t support the Pi? You get creative like maker and developer WallComputer, of course…
    - 1 hour ago 26 Jun 22, 12:16pm -
  • newMotion Detection with PIR and Raspberry PI: HC-SR501 wiring and Python Code
    Projects involving motion detection actions require a reliable way to run their code when an object movement happens. One of the most common solutions to accomplish this task is by the HC-SR501 PIR sensor with Raspberry PI.In this tutorial, I’m g…
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:49am -
  • newtoday's howtos
    How To Install Franz Messaging on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS - idrootIn this tutorial, we will show you how to install Franz Messaging on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Franz is a free messaging app that allows users to access various…
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:48am -
  • newMixtile Edge 2 Kit mini PC/IoT gateway supports an external 20Ah battery pack
    Mixtile Edge 2 Kit is a mini PC/IoT edge computer powered by a Rockchip RK3568 quad-core Cortex-A55 processor coupled with up to 4GB RAM and 32GB flash that features a 12V SATA + SMBUS port that allows the insertion of a 20Ah battery pack lasting up…
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:47am -
  • newAn open source project that opens the internet for all
    Accessibility is key to promoting an open society.We learn online. We bank online. Political movements are won and lost online. Most importantly, the information we access online inspires us to make a better world. When we ignore accessibility requ…
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:39am -
  • new10 Fun Free and Open Source Role-Playing Games
    A role-playing game (RPG) is a genre of video game where the gamer controls a fictional character (or characters) that undertakes a quest in an imaginary world. RPG video games originate from tabletop or pen-and-paper RPGs, such as Rolemaster or Dun…
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:37am -
  • newtoday's leftovers
    Beginnings of more flexible encoder and I/O supportHowever, the moteus hardware has always been capable of more, both because the processor is a very capable one, and the exposed IO pins are relatively flexible. While looking at some future desig…
    - 4 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:04am -
  • newProgramming Leftovers
    Release day - Hubert FiguièreIt's release day, sorta. Both libopenraw and Exempi got a new release within two days. Here is what's up.More detail on software requirementsMy talk at AppDevCon discussed the Requirements Trifecta but turned it…
    - 4 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 9:22am -
  • newtoday's howtos
    Even for us, SSD write volume limits can matterFamously, one difference between HDDs and SSDs is that SSDs have limits on how much data you can write to them and HDDs mostly don't (which means that SSDs have a definite lifetime). These limits are…
    - 4 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 9:19am -
  • newProprietary Leftovers
    Microsoft Receives Backlash Over Minecraft Moderation ChangesEver since Minecraft's release, fans have set up servers to allow for multiplayer in the game. However, a recent update is causing concern among server moderators and players alike, as M…
    - 5 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 8:22am -


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


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  • newWhat is programming <>??
    So what is programming </> ???Let's assume you come across IT or computer science and you have learn it with zero knowledge of anything to do with a computer and obvious along the way you meet or rather you have to come across with the wo…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:09am -
  • newHow to create a portfolio website for free?
    As an aspiring developer or designer 😎 you'll have to showcase your great projects for hiring managers & recruiters through your portfolio. In today's article I'll show you how to create your very own portfolio and publish it FOR FREE! 🤩Have…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:55am -
  • newData engineers must-see: The future trend of big data cloud services
    Evolution trends of big data systemsFrom the demand side, big data system from 1995 transaction scenario (TP), such as bank transactions and other daily online processing TP. Analysis scenarios (AP) by 2005, such as reverse indexing of se…
    - 5 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 9:02am -
  • new1. MERN CRUD - Setup
    Hello Guyz today i am going to show you how to setup a MERN App in VScode.I have Learnt the basics of MERN Stack few days ago and wanted to share what i learnt and feel free to correct me or give suggestions if you find me doing something wrong in t…
    - 6 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 7:58am -
  • newCreating Morphing Animations with CSS
    Learn how to implement morphing using CSS, a technique for transforming one appearance into another. What is morphing?Morphing is a technique where you transform one appearance into another. It’s a shape-shifting animation where a two-…
    - 7 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 6:17am -
  • newRevue - Sendy sync: project setup + Revue calls
    Now that we have a good understanding of all the API calls we need to make, we can start setting up the project.I'll be building this project as a Node project simply because it's the lowest overhead and easy to host somewhere.The goal for today…
    - 8 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 5:54am -
  • new7 Lesser-Known VS Code Shortcuts to Speed Up your Development (with GIF Demos)
    VS Code has a plethora of tools and commands to make your life easier. But often, people don't know how to use them, resulting in excessive manual work and lost time.This article will cover 7 shortcuts that can drastically speed up your development…
    - 8 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 5:53am -
  • newk-nearest neighbors algorithm (k-NN)
    What is k-NN?In statistics, the k-nearest neighbors algorithm (k-NN) is a non-parametric classification method developed by Evelyn Fix and Joseph Hodges in 1951 and later expanded by Thomas Cover. Used for classification and regression. I…
    - 8 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 5:39am -
  • new9 useful code snippets for everyday JavaScript development || Part 1
    Hello Everyone!Welcome to this JavaScript snippets post, In this post we will look at some of the most common JavaScript snippets which will help you with your everyday JavaScript development.You can always use 3rd party utility libraries, but kn…
    - 10 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 3:57am -
  • newElixir, First Impressions
    I have often thought of going into a functional programming language. Elixir has been on my radar for a while and after some research into the language, I finally decided to dip my feet into it. And it's an interesting language to say the least.…
    - 11 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 2:44am -


  • A Look at Titan Linux -- Customized Debian Stable
    I was talking with a friend of mine about Linux distributions, and he asked me if I had ever heard of Titan Linux, to which I replied I had not. He told […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post A Look at Titan Linux -- Customized Debian St…
    - 20 days ago 6 Jun 22, 9:01am -
  • Ubuntu 22.10 is dropping PulseAudio
    Ubuntu 22.10 is making a big change to the future of the Ubuntu Linux distribution line, by switching the audio server setup from PulseAudio to PipeWire. The news was confirmed officially by […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubuntu…
    - 34 days ago 23 May 22, 4:28am -
  • Ubuntu Cinnamon 22.04 - A great 22.04 release!
    The most well-known and arguably most widely used Linux system, Ubuntu, has a flavour called Ubuntu Cinnamon, which has been updated to 22.04 to match the latest Ubuntu release. This new version […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubu…
    - 55 days ago 2 May 22, 5:26am -
  • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS with GNOME 42 and Wayland as the default is now available
    Canonical released the final version of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS -- Long Term Support -- with GNOME 42, Wayland as the default for all systems and Firefox being provided as a snap only, […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Ubuntu 22.04 LTS wit…
    - 66 days ago 21 Apr 22, 3:43pm -
  • Linux Mint's Upgrade Tool is now available for beta testing
    A few months ago, developers of the Linux Mint team announced that they would release an Upgrade Tool soon to improve major Linux Mint version upgrades. The graphical user interface tool would […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux…
    - 68 days ago 19 Apr 22, 4:37am -
  • Linux Mint's upcoming Upgrade tool makes upgrades a lot easier
    Linux Mint's development team has been working on a new Upgrade tool for some time now. The new tool will make upgrades between major versions of the Linux distributions a lot easier […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mint's up…
    - 80 days ago 7 Apr 22, 8:31am -
  • Linux Mint Debian Edition 5 is now available
    Linux Mint Debian Edition 5 (LMDE) is now available. The Linux Mint team has released the new version of the distribution after months of testing to the public. Linux Mint Debian Edition […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mint…
    - 97 days ago 21 Mar 22, 11:30am -
  • Mozilla and Linux Mint sign a partnership agreement
    Linux Mint, developer of the popular Linux distribution, and Mozilla, maker of the popular Firefox web browser and Thunderbird email client, have signed a partnership agreement. The Linux Mint team announced the […]Thank you for being a Ghacks rea…
    - 11 Jan 22, 6:15am -
  • Linux Mint 20.3: here is what is new
    The Linux Mint team started to push the final stable ISO images of Linux Mint 20.3 to its distribution network. The final release comes weeks after the release of Linux Mint 20.3 […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post Linux Mint 20.3: he…
    - 6 Jan 22, 7:11am -
  • 75% of Steam's Top 1000 games work on Linux now
    Valve Software, the company behind the popular Steam gaming platform and smash hits such as Dota 2, Half-Life and Team Fortress, announced plans in 2018 to improve Windows game support for Linux. […]Thank you for being a Ghacks reader. The post 75…
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  • [$] NFS: the new millennium
    The network filesystem (NFS) protocol has been with us for nearly 40 years.While defined initially as a stateless protocol, NFS implementations havealways had to manage state, and that need has been increasingly built intothe protocol over success…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 1:47pm -
  • Security updates for Friday
    Security updates have been issued by Fedora (ntfs-3g and ntfs-3g-system-compression), SUSE (389-ds, chafa, containerd, mariadb, php74, python3, salt, and xen), and Ubuntu (apache2).
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 1:03pm -
  • DeVault: GitHub Copilot and open source laundering
    Drew DeVault takesissue with GitHub's "Copilot" offering and the licensing issues that it raises:GitHub’s Copilot is trained on software governed by these terms,and it fails to uphold them, and enables customers to accidentallyfail to upho…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 4:19pm -
  • [$] Whatever happened to SHA-256 support in Git?
    The news has been proclaimedloudly and often: the SHA-1 hash algorithm is terminally broken and shouldnot be used in any situation where security matters. Among other things,this news gave some impetus to the longstandingeffort to support a more…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 1:50pm -
  • Security updates for Thursday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (chromium, firejail, and request-tracker4), Fedora (ghex, golang-github-emicklei-restful, and openssl1.1), Oracle (postgresql), Scientific Linux (postgresql), Slackware (openssl), SUSE (salt and tor), and U…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 12:31pm -
  • [$] Weekly Edition for June 23, 2022
    The Weekly Edition for June 23, 2022 is available.
    - 4 days ago 23 Jun 22, 12:21am -
  • Wielaard: Sourceware – GNU Toolchain Infrastructure roadmap
    Mark Wielaard writesabout improvements at Sourceware, the site that holds the repositoryfor many projects in the GNU toolchain and beyond.Although email based git workflows are great for real patchdiscussions, they do not always make tracking…
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  • [$] Introducing PyScript
    In a keynote at PyCon 2022 in SaltLake City, Utah, Peter Wang introduced another entrant in the field ofin-browser Python interpreters. The Python community has long sought a wayto be able to write Python—instead of JavaScript—to run in web b…
    - 4 days ago 22 Jun 22, 6:21pm -
  • Four stable kernel updates
    The5.18.6,5.15.49,5.10.124, and5.4.200stable kernel updates have been released; each contains another set ofimportant fixes.
    - 4 days ago 22 Jun 22, 2:29pm -
  • Security updates for Wednesday
    Security updates have been issued by Debian (exo and ntfs-3g), Fedora (collectd, golang-github-cli-gh, grub2, qemu, and xen), Red Hat (httpd:2.4, kernel, and postgresql), SUSE (drbd, fwupdate, neomutt, and trivy), and Ubuntu (apache2, openssl, openss…
    - 4 days ago 22 Jun 22, 1:43pm -


  • newShould You Buy a Drone?
    Drones are more accessible than ever before and now come in a range of sizes and price points. But before you reach for your wallet, there are a few things you might want to mull over.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 17 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 9:00pm -
  • newHow to Paste Text Without Formatting Almost Anywhere
    Copy-and-paste moves more than just text around. It often brings along formatting from web pages and other documents. You can paste without formatting in nearly any application to get just the text without the extra formatting. Use this keyboard shor…
    - 18 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 8:00pm -
  • newHow to Get Rid of Bloatware on Your Android Phone
    Manufacturers and carriers often pre-install a bunch of apps on Android phones. If you don’t use them, they just clutter your system and drain your battery in the background. Take control of your device and stop the bloatware.Read This Article on H…
    - 22 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 4:00pm -
  • newThe Best Wi-Fi Routers of 2022
    A wireless router is an essential piece of technology. A new router upgrades your wireless network with faster speeds, a stronger signal, better security, and an extended range. Here are the top routers you should consider in 2022.Read This Article o…
    - 24 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 2:00pm -
  • How to Use Fuel-Efficient Routes in Google Maps
    There are a couple of things to consider when choosing a navigation route: Which one will be the fastest? Which one is the fewest miles? Google Maps can also show you which route will save the most gas.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 9:00pm -
  • Buying a Used GPU? Here’s What to Look Out For
    The new GPU market leaves you with either no GPUs to buy or impossibly high prices for the GPUs that are available. Understandably, many people are turning to the used GPU market—but there are many pitfalls down this road!Read This Article on How-T…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 8:00pm -
  • Google Chrome Is Trying an Experiment to Speed Up Pages
    Websites and web apps continue to grow more complex, which is why Google is constantly working on new performance improvements for the Chrome browser. Now the company is trying a new experiment that could lead to faster load times.Read This Article o…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 7:35pm -
  • Students Get Mac Discounts, Have to Pay More for Apple Music
    Apple usually offers bundle deals on some of its products each summer for students and teachers, and right on schedule, this year’s promotion is now live. However, it’s not all good news for students.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 6:09pm -
  • Microsoft Really Wants You to Stop Using Windows 8.1
    Microsoft released Windows 8.1 all the way back in 2013, and it has since been replaced by Windows 10 and 11. Now the operating system is reaching the end of its support cycle, and Microsoft really wants you to upgrade.Read This Article on How-To Gee…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 3:51pm -
  • Is It Safe to Buy Used GPUs From Cryptocurrency Miners?
    With cryptocurrency prices dropping, the great GPU shortage may be passing. Used GPUs are flooding onto the market as Bitcoin miners try to recoup some of that cost. But is it safe to buy these cards after they’ve been sitting in a 24/7 crypto-min…
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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 -
  • Generate RSS feeds from almost any webpage.
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  • 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…
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  • 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 -


  • newBackup all starred repositories from Github
    $ GITUSER=$(whoami); curl "${GITUSER}/starred?per_page=1000" | grep -o 'git@[^"]*' | xargs -L1 git clone View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by wuseman1Diff your entire s…
    - 17 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 8:39pm -
  • Make Kali Linux look less suspicious by making the desktop look more like a windows machine
    $ kali-undercoverTo revert back to Kali's original desktop. Just redo the same command with no options . View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by ioshieldDiff your entire server config at…
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  • Spawn a retro style terminal emulator.
    $ cool-retro-termJust note that ctrl+shift+t to make new tabs will not work with . Pair it with a terminal multiplexer like for the best experience. View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by ioshieldDi…
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  • Write a bootable Linux .iso file directly to a USB-stick (macOS edition)
    $ sudo curl -L -o /dev/disk4 of us have both Macs *and* Linux machines — so it makes sense to know how to run this command on the former in the event that a botched reinstallation renders the latter…
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 5:25pm -
  • Download audio from youtube video
    $ yt-dlp -f 'ba' -x --audio-format mp3 -o '%(id)s.%(ext)s' View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by swarzynskiDiff your entire server config at…
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  • Lower PowerShell priority
    $ PS C:\Users\pascalv> Get-WmiObject Win32_process -filter 'name = "powershell.exe"' | Foreach-Object { $_.SetPriority(16384) }Lower PowerShell priority, so that to launch processes in the background and work normally with other applications Vi…
    - 10 days ago 16 Jun 22, 2:53pm -
  • remove junk
    $ grep -v '^# In' viz.txt | cat -s > out.txtEspecially good for exported ipython files View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by shantanuoDiff your entire server config at
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  • Run 10 curl commands in parallel via xargs (v2, faster then v1)
    $ xargs -I% -P10 curl -sL "" < <(printf '%s\n' {1..10}) View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by wuseman1Diff your entire server config at
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  • Run 10 curl commands in parallel via xargs
    $ NUM="10";seq ${NUM}|time xargs -I % -n1 -P${NUM} curl -sL ifconfig.coUseful for download mulitple files View this command to comment, vote or add to favourites View all commands by wuseman1Diff your entire server config at ScriptRock.c…
    - 24 days ago 2 Jun 22, 2:08am -
  • youtube2m3u
    $ yt-dlp -N3 -O '#EXTINF:%(duration_string)s tvg-id="" tvg-logo="%(thumbnail)s" group-title="Music | %(channel)s (%(extractor)s)",%(title)s' -O webpage_url --playlist-end 10 playlists…
    - 48 days ago 10 May 22, 12:28am -

  • Blog: Annual Report Summary 2021
    Author: Paris Pittman (Steering Committee)Last year, we published our first Annual Report Summary for 2020 and it's already time for our second edition!2021 Annual Report SummaryThis summary reflects the work that has been done in 2021 and the ini…
    - 26 days ago 1 Jun 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Maximum Unavailable Replicas for StatefulSet
    Author: Mayank Kumar (Salesforce)Kubernetes StatefulSets, since their introduction in1.5 and becoming stable in 1.9, have been widely used to run stateful applications. They provide stable pod identity, persistentper pod storage and ordered gracef…
    - 31 days ago 27 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Contextual Logging in Kubernetes 1.24
    Authors: Patrick Ohly (Intel)The Structured Logging WorkingGrouphas added new capabilities to the logging infrastructure in Kubernetes1.24. This blog post explains how developers can take advantage of those tomake log output more useful and how…
    - 33 days ago 25 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Avoid Collisions Assigning IP Addresses to Services
    Author: Antonio Ojea (Red Hat)In Kubernetes, Services are an abstract way to exposean application running on a set of Pods. Servicescan have a cluster-scoped virtual IP address (using a Service of type: ClusterIP).Clients can connect using that v…
    - 35 days ago 23 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Introducing Non-Graceful Node Shutdown Alpha
    Authors Xing Yang and Yassine Tijani (VMware)Kubernetes v1.24 introduces alpha support for Non-Graceful Node Shutdown. This feature allows stateful workloads to failover to a different node after the original node is shutdown or in a non-recoverable…
    - 38 days ago 20 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Prevent unauthorised volume mode conversion
    Author: Raunak Pradip Shah (Mirantis)Kubernetes v1.24 introduces a new alpha-level feature that prevents unauthorised usersfrom modifying the volume mode of a PersistentVolumeClaim created from anexisting VolumeSnapshot in the Kubernetes cluster.…
    - 40 days ago 18 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Volume Populators Graduate to Beta
    Author:Ben Swartzlander (NetApp)The volume populators feature is now two releases old and entering beta! The AnyVolumeDataSource featuregate defaults to enabled in Kubernetes v1.24, which means that users can specify any custom resourceas the dat…
    - 42 days ago 16 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: gRPC container probes in beta
    Author: Sergey Kanzhelev (Google)With Kubernetes 1.24 the gRPC probes functionality entered beta and is available by default.Now you can configure startup, liveness, and readiness probes for your gRPC appwithout exposing any HTTP endpoint, nor do…
    - 45 days ago 13 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Storage Capacity Tracking Now Generally Available
    Authors: Patrick Ohly (Intel)The v1.24 release of Kubernetes brings storage capacitytracking as a generally available feature.Problems we have solvedAs explained in more detail in the previous blog post about thisfeature, storage capacitytracki…
    - 52 days ago 6 May 22, 12:00am -
  • Blog: Kubernetes 1.24: Volume Expansion Now A Stable Feature
    Author: Hemant Kumar (Red Hat)Volume expansion was introduced as a alpha feature in Kubernetes 1.8 and it went beta in 1.11 and with Kubernetes 1.24 we are excited to announce general availability(GA)of volume expansion.This feature allows Kuberne…
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Reddit K8s

  • newNode Status Manager
    submitted by /u/abserari [link] [comments]
    - 2 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 11:50am -
  • newTesting Kubernetes tools E2E
    Hey all, We're working on a project that all current use cases leverage a Kubernetes cluster. I was wondering what's the best practice or suggestions for when running/developing such tools - How do you run your test clusters? minikube? remote? We've…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:42am -
  • newWhy helm doesn't use a general purpose programming language for defining resources?
    After reading this I was thinking... why we do helm with this weird templating system and values? I've seen enough awful templating logic for manipulating yaml files, multi-dc deployments, etc. Why we don't do it in a proper programming language?…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:33am -
  • newPossible? An init container that tests if an env var is set and then, let run the main container!
    heavenly much the title... use‍ case is to run the app server once the Mongo cluster provided the connection string as secret submitted by /u/xoSlasher-_-- [link] [comments]
    - 7 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 6:29am -
  • newContainerd... Do I use Docker to build the container image? I miss the Docker Shim
    I'm using Containerd as my CNI and need to deploy container images that in previous versions of Kubernetes, I would just sudo docker build. Poking through the CTR/help terminal options in Containerd, I'm not seeing any obvious language on building a…
    - 8 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 5:40am -
  • newIntroduction to Containers
    Before going into containers let’s discuss currently how applications are deployed. Application runs on top of Operating system. Operating System can be running on Bare Metal host or in a Virtual Machine known as Server Virtualization. Contai…
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    I was virtually attending KubeCon earlier this year and something was very clear - the Digital Supply Chain is Broken and there are 3 main reasons for this. 1- Open Source Dependencies 2- Accelerated Digital Transformation 3- Lack of education in AP…
    - 13 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 1:11am -
  • newDevOps Mastery with Docker Kubernetes & Azure Kubernetes - free course from udemy for limited enrolls
    submitted by /u/Ordinary_Craft [link] [comments]
    - 13 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 12:38am -
  • newnginx auto discovery
    I know k8s is a declarative system, but I would try to solve it. Nginx pod at start (and in every 5 minutes) should find all running services annotated with a dedicated value and create proxy rule for its. Can a simple pod access the k8s infra withou…
    - 16 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 9:32pm -
  • newIssue with nginx ingress controller
    Hi guys and gals, I have a question regarding getting nginx ingress controller working on baremetal. I'm just learning k8s so go easy on me please :) . Ok, Here are the steps I've taken: ​ I installed the ingress controller using a helm chart from…
    - 17 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 9:10pm -

Reddit Docker

  • 9 Tips for Containerizing Your Spring Boot Code
    At Docker, we’re incredibly proud of our vibrant, diverse and creative community. From time to time, we feature cool contributions from the community on our blog to highlight some of the great work our community does. Are you working on something a…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 3:41am -
  • Docker Hub v1 API Deprecation
    Docker has planned to deprecate the Docker Hub v1 API endpoints that access information related to Docker Hub repositories on September 5th, 2022.
    - 4 days ago 22 Jun 22, 8:04pm -
  • Top Tips and Use Cases for Managing Your Volumes
    The architecture of a container includes its application layer, data layer, and local storage within the containerized image. Data is critical to helping your apps run effectively and serving content to users. Running containers also produce files th…
    - 4 days ago 22 Jun 22, 2:40pm -
  • Securing the Software Supply Chain: Atomist Joins Docker
    I’m excited to share some big news: Atomist is joining Docker. I know our team will thrive in its new home, and look forward to taking the great stuff we’ve built to a much larger audience. I’ve devoted most of my career to trying to improve de…
    - 5 days ago 21 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • How to Rapidly Build Multi-Architecture Images with Buildx
    Successfully running your container images on a variety of CPU architectures can be tricky. For example, you might want to build your IoT application — running on an arm64 device like the Raspberry Pi — from a specific base image. However, Docker…
    - 9 days ago 17 Jun 22, 2:00pm -
  • How to Train and Deploy a Linear Regression Model Using PyTorch – Part 1
    Get an introduction to PyTorch, then learn how to use it for a simple problem like linear regression — and a simple way to containerize your application.
    - 10 days ago 16 Jun 22, 2:00pm -
  • Getting Started with Visual Studio Code and IntelliJ IDEA Docker Plugins
    Today’s developers swear by IDEs that best support their workflows. Jumping repeatedly between windows and apps is highly inconvenient, which makes these programs so valuable. By remaining within your IDE, it’s possible to get more done in less t…
    - 11 days ago 15 Jun 22, 2:55pm -
  • Cross Compiling Rust Code for Multiple Architectures
    Getting an idea, planning it out, implementing your Rust code, and releasing the final build is a long process full of unexpected issues. Cross compilation of your code will allow you to reach more users, but it requires knowledge of building executa…
    - 12 days ago 14 Jun 22, 2:50pm -
  • Creating the KubeCon Flappy Dock Extension
    During KubeCon EU 2022, our Docker team was able to show off many of our latest releases, including Docker Desktop for Linux and Docker Extensions. Community feedback on these has been overwhelmingly positive! To help demonstrate the types of extensi…
    - 13 days ago 13 Jun 22, 3:20pm -
  • 8 Organizations Supporting the LGBTQ+ Tech Community
    June is Pride Month. And while it’s time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community, it’s also an important reminder that diversity within the workforce remains an ongoing challenge within tech (as well as many other industries) for LGBTQ+ people. To help…
    - 16 days ago 10 Jun 22, 3:00pm -

  • Scaling container technologies at Coinbase with Kubernetes
    End user post originally published on the Coinbase blog by Clare Curtis, Coinbase Staff Software Engineer Tl;dr: Our recent evaluation of Kubernetes underscored its suitability for scaling Coinbase into the future. In the past, a migration to Kuberne…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • Three steps to streamlining Kubernetes multi-cluster management
    Guest post originally published on the Fairwinds blog by Kendall Miller Kubernetes as a technology gives organizations the ability to run containerized applications at scale across different cloud infrastructures and distributions. What it can’t do…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • How to run untrusted containers in Kubernetes
    Guest post originally published on the SIGHUP blog by Alessandro Lo Manto The IT world is adopting container-based infrastructures more and more every day. However, the advantages, disadvantages and even the limitations are not clear to everyone. Con…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • Profile layering for Helm encourages self service for Kubernetes
    Guest post originally published on the Weaveworks blog by Darryl Weaver, Solution Architect, and David Stauffer, Product Manager In this blog, we explain how to build a self-service Kubernetes platform with Helm, GitOps, and Cluster API. Profile laye…
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • CNCF’s Interim CNCF Code of Conduct Committee has launched
    By the Interim CNCF Code of Conduct Committee CNCF has launched a new Interim Code of Conduct Committee (CoC Committee) consisting of community members and staff.  This interim committee will respond to CNCF Code of Conduct incidents on...
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 2:29pm -
  • New structure for CNCF Code of Conduct Update Project
    By the Chairs for CNCF Governing Board & Technical Oversight Committee We’re pleased to announce the new initial structure for the Code of Conduct Update Working Group previously announced as Step 2 in Upcoming Code of Conduct Updates...
    - 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 2:29pm -
  • How a frictionless developer experience improves software development
    Guest post originally published on Mia-Platform’s blog In many IT departments, you can frequently experience that when an issue is reported, Dev and Ops teams start solving the problem by adopting a fire‑fighting mode. In fact, the Ops...
    - 5 days ago 21 Jun 22, 3:00pm -
  • My first in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
    Community post by Rishit Dagli This year I got a chance to attend my first in-person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Valencia, Spain under the generous Dan Kohn scholarship by CNCF and Linux Foundation. Throwback to when I was...
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 4:34pm -
  • The role of cloud native + security – Recap from RSA Conference 2022
    Last week, CNCF participated at RSA Conference in San Francisco. As part of the DevOps Connect: DevSecOps co-located event, our GM Priyanka Sharma gave a keynote with Frederick Kautz. In their presentation, Priyanka and Frederick discussed the emerge…
    - 6 days ago 20 Jun 22, 4:09pm -
  • Volcano Releases v1.6.0
    Project post by Volcano project maintainers CNCF Volcano 1.6.0 is now available with new features such as elastic job management, dynamic scheduling and rescheduling based on actual resource utilization, and MPI job plugin. Volcano is the  first clo…
    - 9 days ago 17 Jun 22, 3:00pm -

hacker news


  • newThe Advanced Risk of Basic Roles In GCP IAM
    Most GCP users know that granting basic roles is a really bad practice, but you may be surprised to learn that the risk is much more serious than it might seem because basic roles actually grant far more than what appears on the permissions list (whi…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:36am -
  • newWhen Writing Code Isn't Enough: Citizen Development and the Developer Experience
    This is an article from DZone's 2022 Low Code and No Code Trend Report.For more: Read the Report What is citizen development? In this article, we define citizen development and dive into its impact on internal development practices and h…
    - 3 hours ago 26 Jun 22, 10:17am -
  • newLow Code and No Code: The Security Challenge
    This is an article from DZone's 2022 Low Code and No Code Trend Report.For more: Read the Report Many companies are looking to low-code and no-code platforms to build apps in the visual environment. They provide the opportunity for faste…
    - 19 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 6:16pm -
  • newVaadin Apps as Native Executables Using Quarkus Native
    JVM is a monster – in a good way. Its architecture and especially the super-optimized just-in-time-compiler (JIT) help Java byte-code apps to run at a performance that makes startups rewrite their entire software when they grow up. But this amazing…
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  • newTerraform Controller: Cloud Resource Self-Service
    Kubernetes has been brilliant at delivering an ecosystem for developers, improving the velocity of shipping, bringing components under a common framework and DSL, coupled with the flexibility to expand and extend the offering. And so it beggars belie…
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  • newSecuring Software Supply Chains on Kubernetes Using Nirmata and Venafi
    Securing software supply chains remains a top priority for DevOps teams. In a prior post, we discussed the A MAP framework for Kubernetes supply chain security.  In this post, we will discuss how supply chain security can be implemented using Nirmat…
    - 23 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 2:20pm -
  • newGetting Started With RSocket Kotlin
    RSocket is a transport protocol designed for reactive applications. More information on RSocket can be found on their website, leaving me to focus on writing about how RSocket and Kotlin can be combined.RSocket has several libraries written in vario…
    - 24 hours ago 25 Jun 22, 2:04pm -
  • Secure Proxy for HIPAA-Compliant API Analytics
    In HeathTech apps, it’s often the case that you’re dealing with private or health-related data. This requires compliance with regulations, such as HIPAA in the United States. These regulations force you to handle sensitive data in a well-defined…
    - 1 day ago 25 Jun 22, 1:34pm -
  • Supabase and Ionic Vue Quickstart Guide
    This example provides the steps to build a simple user management app (from scratch!) using Supabase and Ionic Vue. It includes: Supabase Database: a Postgres database for storing your user data. Supabase Auth: users can sign in with magic links (…
    - 1 day ago 25 Jun 22, 1:15pm -
  • Modern Application Security Requires Defense in Depth
    Perimeter security has been dying a slow death over the better part of a decade, as breaches of the corporate network have become commonplace. Most organizations now find it obvious that trusting devices and users merely for being "on the corpnet" is…
    - 2 days ago 24 Jun 22, 11:50pm -



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This controller could've replaced your mouse! #SHORTS #retrogaming

- 1 day ago 25 Jun 22, 4:00am -
Intel Messed Up - WAN Show June 24, 2022

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NO other PC can match it for $4,000? - M1 Ultra Mac Studio review

- 3 days ago 23 Jun 22, 5:02pm -
I Built my DREAM Gaming Room

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Who's Buying These? - MinisForum Elitemini B550

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

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The Safety of Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles

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The Future of Filling Up

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Powering a Home with Your Car

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The Road to Hydrogen Infrastructure

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The Science Behind Hydrogen Fuel Vehicles!

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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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  • newStack Overflow Survey Finds Developers Like Rust, Python, JavaScript and Remote Work
    For Stack Overflow's annual survey, "Over 73,000 developers from 180 countries each spent roughly 15 minutes answering our questions," a blog post announces:The top five languages for professional developers haven't changed: JavaScript is still the…
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  • newNew Linux Foundation Podcast: 'Untold Stories of Open Source'
    The nonprofit Linux Foundation pays Linus Torvalds' salary and supports many other open source projects. But they also launched a new podcast series this week covering "The Untold Stories of Open Source." "Each week we explore the people who are su…
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  • newMeme-Stock Probe Finds Robinhood Woes Were Worse Than It Let On
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  • Today in Tech – 2003
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  • RazorSQL 10.0.5
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  • Ensuring Patents Foster Innovation in Open Source
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  • Open Source Brings Good Things to Life
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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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  • Red Hat Insights guidelines for deployment at scale
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  • Satellite でのプラン作成!
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  • Red Hat サミット サンフランシスコ 2018 での Insights を活用した Red Hat Management & Automation

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Suse Blog

  • Good news everyone! SLE 15 SP4 is now released
    The SLE engineering team is excited to announce that SLE 15 SP4 is now available for download! We have been working hard to make this release as boring smooth as possible for our users, despite updating at least 23% of our entire code and syncing sel…
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  • Hack the Planet with a Scholarship from Redpanda
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  • Manage without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Manager 4.3
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  • Innovation Without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 and Security
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  • Innovation without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 and Agility
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  • Backup Kubernetes Cluster Resources to AWS S3 with Velero
    We will install Velero to backup and restore Kubernetes cluster resources to AWS S3. Pre-requisites We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. Configuration files used in this article can be found on GitHub. Clone the following repository:…
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  • Deploy Elasticsearch and Kibana on Kubernetes with Helm
    We will install Elasticsearch and Kibana as well as set up basic security for the Elastic Stack plus secured HTTPS traffic. Pre-requisites We are using our Kubernetes homelab in this article. Configuration files used in this article can be found on G…
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  • Upgrading Homelab Kubernetes Cluster from 1.22 to 1.23
    Calico 3.22 has been released with support for Kubernetes 1.23. The Upgrade Path Our cluster was originally built using Ansible (kubeadm). We will use kubeadm upgrade to upgrade it. We will be upgrading from: kubeadm 1.22.4 kubelet 1.22.4 kubectl 1.2…
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  • Building Qemu KVM Images with Packer
    Packer is a tool that enables us to create identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source template. We are going to build a Rocky 8 image using Packer. Why Packer? It’s fast. Deploying KVM guests with Packer-built images takes…
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  • Passed CKA Exam
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  • CKA Practice Questions
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  • OpenVPN Server on Kubernetes
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  • Speedtest with InfluxDB and Grafana on Kubernetes
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    - 28 Dec 21, 3:00pm -
  • Add Second Disk to Existing TrueNAS Pool in Mirror Configuration (RAID1)
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    - 4 Dec 21, 8:30pm -
  • Upgrading Homelab Kubernetes Cluster from 1.21 to 1.22
    Calico 3.21 has been released with support for Kubernetes 1.22. Kubernetes 1.22 release brings alpha support for swap: we can now run nodes with swap memory. The Upgrade Path Our cluster was originally built using Ansible (kubeadm). We will use kubea…
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  • 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…
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  • 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.…
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  • 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
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    - 14 Jan 18, 3:53pm -
  • How To Check And Repair MyISAM Tables In MySQL
    MySQL tables can become corrupt for a variety for reasons such as incomplete writes, running out of space, the MySQL daemon  being killed or crashing, power failures.  If MySQL detects a crashed or corrupt table it will need to be repaired before i…
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  • Mod_Expires Configuration In Apache
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  • WebP Image Conversion On A Linux Server
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    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…
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  • How To Reset A MySQL Root Password
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  • #76 - Consul
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  • #74 - Nomad
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    - 11 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #75 - Industry News - Issue #3
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    - 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
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    - 2 May 19, 12:00am -
  • #70 - DevOps Launch Checklist
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    - 25 Apr 19, 12:00am -
  • #71 - Industry News - Issue #1
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    - 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
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    - 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…
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  • How To Git Add All Files
    When working on software projects, it is quite common for developers to add new files to their repositories. In some cases, you may want to change some of your existing…The post How To Git Add All Files appeared first on devconnected.
    - 28 Jan 21, 6:29pm -
  • How To Encrypt Partition on Linux
    In one of our previous articles, we learnt how you can encrypt your entire root filesystem on Linux easily. However, in some cases, you may want to encrypt one simple…The post How To Encrypt Partition on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 11 Jan 21, 7:42pm -
  • How To Flush DNS Cache on Linux
    DNS, short for the Domain Name System protocol, is used on Linux systems in order to retrieve IP addresses associated with names. For example, when you are performing a ping…The post How To Flush DNS Cache on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 9 Jan 21, 6:19pm -
  • How To Find Last Login on Linux
    If you are working in a medium to big-sized company, it is quite likely that you are working with many other system administrators. As you are performing your sysadmin tasks,…The post How To Find Last Login on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 4 Jan 21, 10:47pm -
  • How To Encrypt Root Filesystem on Linux
    As a system administrator, you probably already know how important it is to encrypt your disks. If your laptop were to be stolen, even a novice hacker would be able…The post How To Encrypt Root Filesystem on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 3 Jan 21, 11:53am -
  • How To Undo Git Add Command
    When using Git, it is quite common for developers to add new files to their repositories during development. Most of the time, files are associated with commits. Developers often start…The post How To Undo Git Add Command appeared first on devconn…
    - 16 Dec 20, 10:31pm -
  • How To Encrypt File on Linux
    If you are a conscientious system administrator, you have probably already wondered how you can make your files secure. Nowadays, as system attacks get more and more frequent, it isn’t…The post How To Encrypt File on Linux appeared first on devc…
    - 13 Dec 20, 11:38am -
  • How To List Services on Linux
    As a system administrator, you are probably dealing with a lot of services every day. On Linux, services are used for many different purposes. They may be used in order…The post How To List Services on Linux appeared first on devconnected.
    - 6 Dec 20, 1:32pm -


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