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How to Handle Json On Bash Command Line

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 07:35:39 AM
Check out this post to learn about how to parse and create JSON ON Bash command line.

Backup and restore Toolboxes

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 06:21:18 AM
Toolboxes started life often described as disposable containers – and that is still one of their major uses: install stuff, then try it out in the relative safety of a container, and lastly, cleanly dispose of it. If you have ever spent time setting up a toolbox container and would like to back it up, this article is for you.

Linus Torvalds pines for header file fix but releases Linux 5.8 anyway

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 05:06:58 AM
Lots of love for AMD and POWER 10 and a hint of some Google's operational code making it into future releasesLinus Torvalds has released a new version of the Linux kernel.…

Red Hat and CentOS systems aren’t booting due to BootHole patches

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 03:52:38 AM
Early this morning, an urgent bug showed up at Red Hat's bugzilla bug tracker—a user discovered that the RHSA_2020:3216 grub2 security update and RHSA-2020:3218 kernel security update rendered an RHEL 8.2 system unbootable.

Practice parsing text in NLP with Python

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 02:38:18 AM
Natural language processing (NLP) is a specialized field for analysis and generation of human languages. Human languages, rightly called natural language, are highly context-sensitive and often ambiguous in order to produce a distinct meaning. (Remember the joke where the wife asks the husband to "get a carton of milk and if they have eggs, get six," so he gets six cartons of milk because they had eggs.) NLP provides the ability to comprehend natural language input and produce natural language output more

Growing fresh veggies with Raspberry Pi and Mender

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 01:36:46 AM
Building a self-watering system managed by Raspberry Pi with embedded Linux and over-the-air updates.

Fedora 33: New Features and Changes, Release Dates

Tuesday 4th of August 2020 12:35:14 AM
Fedora 33 is the next installment of the Fedora Linux operating system for the desktop workstation, servers, and all of its spins.

Arcane Fortune is a grand strategy empire building game you can play in your terminal

Monday 3rd of August 2020 11:33:42 PM
Newly released is Arcane Fortune, a free game inspired by Civilization and SimCity with their ultimate goal to have the 'detail and realism as Dwarf Fortress'.

GitHub's Arctic Vault Makes Sure Open Source Code Survives the Apocalypse

Monday 3rd of August 2020 10:32:10 PM
In early July, GitHub deposited 186 kilometers of photographic film, containing 21TB of digitized snapshots of all the public-facing code in its repository, to its underground Arctic Code Vault, located on a Norwegan island in the Arctic Ocean.

An introduction to crun, a fast and low-memory footprint container runtime

Monday 3rd of August 2020 09:30:38 PM
Check out crun, an OCI-compliant alternative to runc for Linux container runtime.

Backup and restore Toolboxes

Monday 3rd of August 2020 08:29:06 PM
Create a backup of your Pet toolbox container. If you have ever spent time setting up a toolbox container and would like to back it up, this article is for you.

Stretchly – reminder to take breaks

Monday 3rd of August 2020 07:14:46 PM
There are lots of simple steps you can take to reduce eye strain and fatigue. These include adjusting the brightness, contrast settings, and text size displayed, as well as minimizing glare, and ensuring your room has proper lighting. Taking regular breaks is also very important. This is where Stretchly is designed to help.

IBM is Already Gutting Red Hat and Firing Employees Without Warning, Jim Whitehurst Isn't Even Using GNU/Linux

Monday 3rd of August 2020 06:00:26 PM
The situation at Red Hat isn’t good, employee morale is very low, and yet — perhaps unsurprisingly — nobody seems to be talking about it (at least not in the mainstream media)

How to run Python Scripts with Apache and mod_wsgi on Ubuntu 20.04

Monday 3rd of August 2020 04:46:06 PM
mod_wsgi is an Apache module that provides an interface for hosting Python based web applications under Apache. In this tutorial, we will learn how to install and set up of mod_wsgi with the Apache server on Ubuntu 20.04 server.

openSUSE 15.2 Is The Mercedes-Benz of Linux Distributions

Monday 3rd of August 2020 02:01:47 AM
openSUSE 15.2 is an excellent Linux distribution for power users who want to enjoy the ability of fully controlling their systems using a complete tool like YaST2. Version 15.2 of the distribution was released few weeks ago. And as usual, we’ve put our hands on it and tried it to see what’s new and what a user can expect of it. This is a full review of openSUSE 15.2.

Linux Distros Used BootHole Vulnerability Patches.. To Destroy the Boot

Sunday 2nd of August 2020 11:50:16 PM
BootHole is a newly discovered security vulnerability that affects Linux systems using UEFI Secure Boot feature. But Linux distributions patched it in the worse way possible.

How to Install Gitea on CentOS 8

Sunday 2nd of August 2020 09:38:45 PM
Gitea is a self-hosted open-source git server written in Go. It comes with a repository file editor, project issue tracking, users managements, notifications, built-in wiki, and much more.

Why making mistakes makes me a better sysadmin

Sunday 2nd of August 2020 07:27:14 PM
I've been a Fedora Linux contributor for a little over a decade now. Fedora has a large community of developers and users, each with a unique set of skills ranging from being a particularly discerning user to being an amazing programmer. I like this because it inspires and motivates me to develop new skills of my more

Nitrux 1.3.1 Released with Latest Plasma Desktop, Improved Installer, and Faster Installation

Sunday 2nd of August 2020 05:15:43 PM
Uri Herrera announced the release of Nitrux 1.3.1, the first point release to the Nitrux 1.3 series of this gorgeous Linux distro based on the latest KDE technologies and Ubuntu.

The sysadmins journey: A series of unexpected events

Sunday 2nd of August 2020 03:04:12 PM
Dealing with frustration this System Administrator Appreciation Day? Check out these solutions to common challenges, from storage to configuration management to many others.

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Stable Kernels: 5.7.14, 5.4.57, 4.19.138, and 4.14.193

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    I'm announcing the release of the 5.7.14 kernel. All users of the 5.7 kernel series must upgrade. The updated 5.7.y git tree can be found at: git:// linux-5.7.y and can be browsed at the normal git web browser:

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Ubuntu Kylin Point Release Boosts Desktop Performance by 46%

More than 418 updates, tweaks, and other improvements have been made to the uniquely styled desktop environment and distro since the release of Ubuntu Kylin 20.04 back in April. And as with the Ubuntu 20.04 point release Ubuntu Kylin’s refreshed installer image comes with all of those enhancements wrapped up, ready to go, out of the box — no lengthy post-install upgrades required. Read more

Open source is more than code: Developing Red Hat Satellite documentation upstream

The code base for Satellite begins upstream and moves downstream. Until recently, the Satellite documentation did not follow the same journey. In this post, I will outline what has been happening with Satellite documentation over the last year and how this benefits both the Foreman community and Red Hat Satellite users. The Foreman and Katello projects are the upstreams of Red Hat Satellite. The discussions and contributions that take place in the vibrant upstream community help shape the Red Hat Satellite code base. Red Hat’s open source and community strategy has made Red Hat Satellite a robust and flexible product that can manage complex management workflows. Read more

Android Mirroring App ‘Scrcpy’ Improves Shortcuts, Clipboard Support

Scrcpy v1.15 picks up the ability to forward ctrl and shift keys to your handset. Why is that useful? Because it means you can now use familiar keyboard shortcuts on your device in apps that support them, e.g., ctrl + t to open a new browser tab in a browser. This nifty addition is also able to pass ctrl + c and ctrl + v to Termux, if you use it. It also supports text selection easier using shift + → and similar. With the ctrl key now in use for shortcuts Scrcpy now uses the left alt or left super key as its shortcut modifier. Don’t like this? It can be changed. Read more