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A data checker's checklist

30 min 23 sec ago
Comments welcome on this draft list of topics. A lot can go wrong when a "simple" data table is compiled in plain text, but I think I've listed most of the pitfalls.

How to Enable/Disable Automatic Login in Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

1 hour 31 min ago
In this article, we will show you two ways to enable/disable automatic login to your Ubuntu system, using the command-line and using the GUI.

10 Amazing and Mysterious Uses of (!) Symbol or Operator in Linux Commands

2 hours 33 min ago
The '!' symbol or operator in Linux can be used as Logical Negation operator as well as to fetch commands from history with tweaks or to run previously run command with modification. All the commands below have been checked explicitly in bash Shell.

Compute module shows off octa-core Tiger Lake-H

3 hours 47 min ago
TQ unveiled a “TQMx110EB” COM Express Basic Type 6 module that runs Linux or Win 10 on Intel’s new 11th Gen, octa-core, up to 4.6GHz Core i7-11800H and hexa-core i5-11400H with a 500-series PCH, 2.5GbE, and PCIe Gen4. After Intel revealed in January that it would introduce some octa-core H-series variants of its dual- and […]

LiteSpeed Web ADC: Load Balancing, Dynamic and Static Cache, Cyber Protection and HTTP/3 Support

5 hours 2 min ago
The LiteSpeed Web ADC is a high-performance HTTP load balancing solution that can distribute traffic across multiple nodes and improve the speed of the services on the backend. In this guide, we will show you how to set up LiteSpeed Web ADC on the RoseHosting cloud platform.

Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Make a Bootable Ubuntu USB Stick in Windows – Part 3

6 hours 16 min ago
One of the easiest ways to install Linux is by creating a bootable USB key. We will walk you through the process for the Ubuntu Desktop distro.

Red Hat Talks CentOS Past, Present, and Future

7 hours 30 min ago
Making the case for CentOS Stream, Red Hat experts promise that the much more frequently released updates will be stable.

NVIDIA 460.80 Driver Released with Support for New Laptop GPUs, Bug Fixes

8 hours 45 min ago
NVIDIA released today the NVIDIA 460.80 proprietary graphics driver for UNIX systems, including Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris, adding support for new laptops GPUs and fixing various bugs.

Embedded MXM modules are first to load Nvidia Turing GPUs

10 hours 52 min ago
Adlink announced the first MXM 3.1 modules with Nvidia Turing GPUs, ranging from the Quadro T1000 to the RTX5000. Aimed at edge AI applications, the modules are only a fifth the size of a PCIe card. Adlink announced three PCIe graphics expansion modules that adopt the compact, PCIe x16-enabled MXM 3.1 form-factor: the EGX-MXM-T1000 with […] – Testing TLS/SSL Encryption Anywhere on Any Port

13 hours 4 min ago is a free and open-source, feature-rich command-line tool used for checking TLS/SSL encryption enabled services for supported ciphers, protocols, and some cryptographic flaws, on Linux/BSD servers. It can be run on macOS X and Windows using MSYS2 or Cygwin.

What is fog computing?

15 hours 15 min ago
In the early days, computers were big and expensive. There were few users in the world, and they had to reserve time on a computer (and show up in person) to have their punchcards processed. Systems called mainframes made many innovations and enabled time-shared tasks on terminals (like desktop computers, but without their own CPU).

Microsoft embraces Linux kernel's eBPF super-tool, extends it for Windows

Wednesday 12th of May 2021 05:57:35 AM
This early-stage project is not a fork, Redmond insists. Microsoft on Monday launched an open source project to make a Linux kernel tool known as eBPF, short for Extended Berkeley Packet Filter, work on Windows.…

Use the Alpine email client in your Linux terminal

Wednesday 12th of May 2021 03:46:03 AM
Email is an important communications medium and will remain so for the foreseeable future. I have used many different email clients over the last 30 years, and Thunderbird is what I have used the most in recent years. It is an excellent and functional desktop application that provides all the features that most people need—including me.

Updated Axel – A Command-Line File Download Accelerator for Linux

Wednesday 12th of May 2021 01:34:32 AM
If you are the kind of person who enjoys downloading and trying out several Linux distributions, we are sure you will welcome with open arms a download accelerator that talks the talk and walks the walk – one that does what its description says.

How to generate and backup a gpg keypair on Linux

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 11:23:01 PM
Gnu Privacy Guard (gpg) is the Gnu project free and open source implementation of the OpenGPG standard. The gpg encryption system is called “asymmetric” and it is based on public key encryption: we encrypt a document with the public key of a recipient which will be the only one able to decrypt it, since it owns the private key associated with it. In this tutorial we will see how to generate and create a backup of a gpg keypair.

How to Install Vagrant in Linux

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 09:11:30 PM
This series is focused on Vagrant with VirtualBox as the Provider. From the previous article, you might have an understanding of what is a provider. Virtualbox is the default provider with Vagrant and it is cross-platform and can run in Windows, Linux, and macOS

Freespire 7.5 Linux Distro Released with Xfce 4.16, Based on Xubuntu 20.04 LTS

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 06:59:59 PM
PC OpenSystems LLC, the makers of the Linspire and Freespire Linux distributions, released today Freespire 7.5 as a new release of this Xubuntu-based distro featuring the latest Xfce desktop environment.

Some thoughts on VR with the Valve Index on Linux

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 04:48:28 PM
Virtual Reality is still mostly in its infancy, especially on Linux - so here's some initial thoughts on the experience.

Linux Kernel 5.13 RC1 Released with Apple M1 SoC Support and Many Improvements

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 02:36:56 PM
The Linux Kernel 5.13 RC1 - first release candidate is here for you. You can download and test now. We take a look at the new features in this Kernel release.

5 totally useless Linux commands

Tuesday 11th of May 2021 12:25:25 PM
Linux has perhaps hundreds of essential and useful commands. These are not.