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It's heeere: Node.js 17 is out - but not for production use, says dev team

3 hours 44 sec ago
EcmaScript 6 modules will not stop growing use of Node, claims chair of Technical Steering Committee. Node.js 17 is out, loaded with OpenSSL 3 and other new features, but it is not intended for use in production – and the promotion for Node.js 16 to an LTS release, expected soon, may be more important to most developers.…

AlmaLinux Announces ‘ELevate’ For CentOS 7 to AlmaLinux 8 Migrations

4 hours 15 min ago
It’s now easier to migrate from CentOS 7 to AlmaLinux 8, Oracle Linux 8, or Rocky Linux 8, thanks to a new project from AlmaLinux.

New Linux laptop offers RTX 3080 and 144 Hz 17-inch screen

4 hours 56 min ago
Linux users like to game, too, and the Juno Neptune 17-inch V3 laptop announced this week ensures that people on Ubuntu can play their favorite titles on the go. Keeping up with the Alienwares, Asus ROGs, and other Windows-focused gaming brands, the new portable packs up to an RTX 3080 discrete graphics card and the 8-core Intel Core i7-11800H. And it lets you experience all the action on a spacious, 17.3-inch screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate. A colorfully backlit keyboard completes the package.

How to Install and Use PIP Python Package Manager on Debian 11

6 hours 10 min ago
Pip is a widely used package manager for the Python programming language. It is being used for installing and managing additional packages that are not available in the Python standard library. In this article, I will show you how to install and use Pip on Debian 11.

KDE Plasma 5.23 Gets First Point Release, Plasma Wayland Sees More Improvements

7 hours 24 min ago
The KDE Project announced today the availability of KDE Plasma 5.23.1 as the first point release to the latest and greatest KDE Plasma 5.23 desktop environment series.

Some regex tests with grep, sed and AWK

Wednesday 20th of October 2021 06:09:50 AM
In my data work I regularly do searching and filtering with GNU grep (version 3.3), GNU sed (4.7) and GNU AWK (4.2.1). I don't know if they all use the same regex engine, but I've noticed differences in regex speed between these three programs. This post documents some of the differences.

How to Run Android Apps on Linux

Wednesday 20th of October 2021 04:55:30 AM
Ever wanted to run an Android app on Linux but didn’t want to mess with debugging bridges, development environments, or sideloading apps? An app called Anbox makes it possible, and we show you how to use it.

Intel teases 'software-defined silicon' with Linux kernel contribution – and won't say why

Wednesday 20th of October 2021 03:41:10 AM
Intel has teased a new tech it calls "Software Defined Silicon" (SDSi) but is saying almost nothing about it – and has told The Register it could amount to nothing. SDSi popped up around three weeks ago in a post to the Linux Kernel mailing list, in which an Intel Linux software engineer named David Box described it as "a post-manufacturing mechanism for activating additional silicon features".

How to Install Visual Studio Code Cloud IDE on Rocky Linux 8

Wednesday 20th of October 2021 02:26:50 AM
Visual Studio Code has become one of the most popular IDEs for coding. This tutorial will teach you how to install Visual Studio Code IDE using the code-server application on your Rocky Linux 8 server. You will also expose it via a public domain along with SSL support.

Pimoroni Pico LiPo Brings 3D-Printed Squid Game Doll to Life

Wednesday 20th of October 2021 01:12:30 AM
Halloween decor seems to get more intense every year for makers. Hel Gibbons' latest project demonstrates this annual phenomenon with a huge, eerie 3D-printed doll modelled on the "Red Light, Green Light" game from the popular Netflix series Squid Game. Not only is this project beautifully crafted from scratch, but it also features our favorite Raspberry Pi microcontroller, the RP2040.

Why Mark Text is my favorite markdown editor

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 11:58:09 PM
I got introduced to the markdown format a few years ago when I began to explore Jupyter Notebooks. Many of the other writers at knew markdown, but it was a skill that was unfamiliar to me. Markdown is a standard way of writing text, in which you use minimal notation to markup how you want the text styled. For instance, instead of clicking a button to make a word bold, you surround the word with two asterisks (**word**).

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Codename Has Been Revealed and it’s Dangerous Hot

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 10:43:49 PM
Canonical has revealed what the codename is going to be for the next LTS version of Ubuntu i.e, 22.04. Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release date has also been revealed and it is set on April 22, 2022.

How to Install & Configure Linux Malware Detect (Maldet) on AlmaLinux 8

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 09:29:29 PM
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install and configure Maldet on AlmaLinux 8.

Ubuntu-ready Ryzen V2000 mini-PC starts at $639

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 08:15:09 PM
Simply NUC has launched a $639-and-up “Cypress” mini-PC with AMD’s Ryzen V2000 plus 2.5GbE, 2x HDMI, 2x DP-ready Type-C, 3x USB 3.2 Gen2, and a 128GB SSD for one of the 2x M.2 slots.

How to Install Caddy Web Server on Debian 11

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 07:00:49 PM
Caddy is a free, open-source, and modern web server written in GO language. It is a lightweight and commercially supported web server that supports HTTP/2 and experimental HTTP/3 protocols.

Windows 10, Linux, iOS, Chrome and Many Others at Hacked Tianfu Cup 2021

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 05:55:23 PM
Windows 10, iOS 15, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Ubuntu 20 were successfully broken into using original, never-before-seen exploits at the Tianfu Cup 2021, the fourth edition of the international cybersecurity contest held in the city of Chengdu, China.

This Raspberry Pi add-on lets you control Lego robots

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 04:41:03 PM
Raspberry Pi is releasing an add-on that will let you use many of its tiny, inexpensive computers to control certain Lego robot motors and sensors. The add-on is called the Build HAT (HAT stands for Hardware Attached on Top), and slotting it onto a Raspberry Pi’s GPIO pins will give you four ports that you can use to control Lego Education’s SPIKE components, which the HAT and its software are specially designed for. It’ll also connect to most other parts that use an LPF2 connector, including the components from the Lego Mindstorms robot inventor kit.

Annotator: Open-Source App for Linux to Easily Add Essential Annotations to Your Images

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 03:26:43 PM
When it comes to image manipulation and editing, there are many tools available. However, options like GIMP are not necessarily the solution to everything. Yes, GIMP offers plenty of features for beginners and advanced users, but it could be time-consuming to learn something and apply visual enhancements to any image you want. Annotator is an impressive open-source tool that lets you do a lot of things in a couple of clicks.

How to Install Opera Browser Stable, Beta, or Developer on Linux Mint 20

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 02:14:47 PM
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install Opera Browser on Linux Mint 20 with either the stable, beta, or developer branches.

5 Best GNOME Shell Extensions for Your Linux Desktop

Tuesday 19th of October 2021 01:00:27 PM
By default, GNOME Shell has a set of features that are determined by the developers. However, with the addition of GNOME Shell extensions, it’s possible to go beyond the default feature set. Here are 5 of the best GNOME Shell extensions to make your Linux desktop shine.

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