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Industrial panel PC is an IP69 neat freak

Friday 18th of September 2020 03:07:35 PM
Adlink’s IP69-protected “Titan-AL” panel PC runs Linux or Win 10 on Apollo Lake and is available with 15.6-, 21.5-, and 23.8-inch HD capacitive touchscreens in either VESA with M12 or pipe-mount configurations. Adlink has added an Intel Apollo Lake based panel PC to its Titan Panel Computer series that adheres to IP69 water and dust-proofing […]

How To Detect Outdated Shared Libraries In Memory With UChecker In Linux

Friday 18th of September 2020 02:06:03 PM
Uchecker, a free scanner, lets you patch vulnerable shared libraries in memory without having to reboot the Linux servers.

An introduction to Kubespray

Friday 18th of September 2020 01:04:31 PM
By combining Ansible and Kubernetes, Kubespray can deploy Kubernetes clusters on multiple machines.

KDE Plasma 5.20 Desktop Enters Beta, Final Release Expected on October 13

Friday 18th of September 2020 12:02:59 PM
The KDE Project launched today the beta version of the upcoming KDE Plasma 5.20 desktop environment, which looks to be one off the biggest releases of all time.

Update on Firefox Send and Firefox Notes

Friday 18th of September 2020 11:01:27 AM
As Mozilla tightens and refines its product focus in 2020, today we are announcing the end of life for two legacy services that grew out of the Firefox Test Pilot …

Zynq UltraScale+ SBC and AI Box support PaddlePaddle AI tools

Friday 18th of September 2020 09:59:55 AM
MYIR’s $699 and up “FZ5 Card” SBC and $729 and up “FZ5 EdgeBoard AI Box” run Linux on a Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC ZU5EV with 2.4-TOPS AI, 4-8GB DDR4, 32GB eMMC, GbE, HDMI-in, DP, 4x USB 3.0, and more. In July, MYIR launched a $259, Raspberry Pi like FZ3 Card SBC built around its MYC-CZU3EG CPU […]

How to Run Cron Jobs Every 5, 10 or 15 Minutes

Friday 18th of September 2020 08:45:34 AM
A cron job is a task that is executed at specified intervals. The tasks can be scheduled to run by a minute, hour, day of the month, month, day of the week, or any combination of these. Cron jobs are generally used to automate system maintenance or administration, such as backing up databases or data, updating the system with the latest security patches, checking the disk space usage , sending emails, and so on.

Build a personal Git server with Gogs and Podman

Friday 18th of September 2020 07:31:14 AM
Use a personal git server to save and manage your own code, to share code across different machines in your network, or to share with a small team.

Git Branching Tutorial for beginners

Friday 18th of September 2020 06:16:54 AM
Branching allows git to track multiple lines of development. This essentially allows you to have multiple versions of your project in development at the same time. For example, many projects will choose to have a stable master branch while new features or bug fixes are implemented in a development or testing branch. Once the project organizers are satisfied that the changes made in the development branch have reached the required level of maturity, they may choose to merge those changes into the master branch.

Introduction to Linux firewalld zones and rules

Friday 18th of September 2020 05:02:34 AM
In this second part of a beginner's guide to firewalld, you'll learn about zones and rules.

IBM Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Linux on Z, 5 Years of LinuxONE

Friday 18th of September 2020 03:48:13 AM
Today, IBM celebrates not one but three important milestones in their 20-year-long relationship with Linux and the Open Source community, 20th anniversary of Linux on Z, 5th anniversary of LinuxONE and first anniversary of Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Z and LinuxOne, as the company informs 9to5Linux.

Board-Level Solutions Dress for IoT Duty

Friday 18th of September 2020 02:33:53 AM
For applications where ruggedness is a requirement, board-level IoT solutions provide the kind of compact connectivity needed for the IoT edge. Board vendors have rolled out a variety of products designed to serve IoT implementation needs. These range from high compute-density boards to compact solutions for space constrained applications.

How to Remove All Files in a Git Repository

Friday 18th of September 2020 01:19:33 AM
By default we can delete only one file from a branch in a git repository. But if you need to delete all files and folders from the branch and make fresh start you need use the command line tool to remove all folders and files In this guide you are going to learn how to remove multiple files and folders from your git repository.

Nginx vs. Apache: When to Use One or the Other

Friday 18th of September 2020 12:05:12 AM
The two most popular web servers in the world are Apache and Nginx, with over 60% of all websites worldwide being run by these two web servers. Both Apache and Nginx offer excellent performance and similar features. However, they differ in terms of their architecture, security, and performance.

SiFive to demo PC running new RISC-V SoC and unveil next-gen AI SoC

Thursday 17th of September 2020 10:50:52 PM
SiFive will soon demo a Linux-driven, RISC-V based “FU740” SoC powering a PC and will unveil a new superscalar AI core. Interest in RISC-V is likely to increase if Nvidia completes its $40 billion acquisition of Arm. At the Linley Fall Virtual Processor Conference starting Oct. 20, SiFive CTO Yunsup Lee will unveil a Linux-driven […]

TUXEDO Book XUX7 Launches as Behemoth of a Linux Gaming Laptop

Thursday 17th of September 2020 09:36:32 PM
TUXEDO Computers unveiled today a new Linux laptop, the TUXEDO Book XUX7, which dubs as a high-end desktop replacements for Linux gamers who want the best possible gaming machine in a portable format.

20 years of Linux on Big Iron

Thursday 17th of September 2020 08:22:12 PM
Decades ago, people predicted that IBM and its mainframes would soon be history. But then IBM and Red Hat brought Linux to the mainframe and things would never be the same again.

Update devices remotely with open source tools

Thursday 17th of September 2020 07:07:52 PM
The ability to access, connect, and manage multiple devices remotely through a single account is important. Going a step further, being able to completely update devices remotely is another way for sysadmins to reduce effort and minimize headaches.

Whats new with rdiff-backup?

Thursday 17th of September 2020 05:53:32 PM
In March 2020, rdiff-backup advanced to version 2, 11 years after the last major release. The deprecation of Python 2 at the beginning of 2020 was the impetus for this update, but it gave the development team the opportunity to incorporate other features and benefits.

Configmaps in Kubernetes

Thursday 17th of September 2020 04:39:12 PM
In this article, we will see two examples to access data from configmaps in Kubernetes. In one example we will use config maps as environment variables in the pod command and in the other we will  populate a volume with data stored in a ConfigMap

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Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3 Is Out and You Can Finally Upgrade from Earlier Versions

Mozilla Thunderbird 78.3 open-source and free email client has arrived with more improvements and bug fixes, and you can now finally upgrade from older Thunderbird releases. When Thunderbird 78 launched earlier this year, it didn’t support automatic upgrades from version 68 or earlier. Automatic upgrade was blocked intentionally due to the revamped extension system that only supports MailExtensions, not classic extensions, to no break your Thunderbird installations. Three months later, Mozilla enabled automatic upgrades in Thunderbird with version 78.2.2 released a couple of weeks ago. Now Thunderbird 78.3 is out and it disables the installation of “legacy” MailExtensions. Read more

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