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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to IBM SPSS Modeler

1 hour 5 min ago
IBM SPSS Modeler is a data mining and text analytics software application. The program is used to build predictive models and conduct other analytic tasks.

How to remove horizontal line across the desktop on Linux mint

2 hours 17 min ago
In this tutorial you will learn how to remove the black horizontal line that shows up across the screen on Linux mint xfce

Garuda Linux: An Arch-Based Linux Distro Built for Speed and Beauty

3 hours 32 min ago
Garuda Linux is an Arch-based distribution that makes Linux installation and setup easy while maintaining the stripped-down, high-performance OS model that Arch is known for. Of all the Linux distros that strive to make it easier to install Arch, Garuda is quite possibly the one that comes closest to the spirit and intent of its upstream parent.

Linus Torvalds Announces First Linux 5.17 Kernel Release Candidate

4 hours 46 min ago
Two weeks have passed since the release of Linux 5.16 and the opening of the merge window for the next major kernel release, Linux 5.17, which closes today with the launch of the first Release Candidate (RC) milestone for public testing.

How to Enable MySQL/MariaDB Query Logging

6 hours 43 sec ago
When using a database, it often happens that developers want to know what’s going on behind the scene. In this short and easy-to-follow guide, we cover how to enable MySQL/MariaDB query logging and save queries to a file.

Sway 1.7 Released With VR Headset DRM Leasing, Renames "--my-next-gpu-wont-be-nvidia"

7 hours 15 min ago
After working its way through the release candidate process, Sway 1.7 is out this weekend as the newest feature release for this i3-inspired, lightweight Wayland compositor.

9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 23rd, 2022

8 hours 29 min ago
The sixty-nine installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on January 23rd, 2022, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

Linux Jargon Buster: What are Upstream and Downstream?

9 hours 35 min ago
The terms: upstream and downstream are rather ambiguous terms and, I think, not really used by the general public. If you are a Linux user and do not write or maintain software, chances are pretty good that these terms will mean nothing to you, but they can be instructive in how communication between groups within the Linux world works.

Book List for Learning Ansible

11 hours 47 min ago
A list of books for learning how to use Ansible

How to Install MySQL on CentOS (7, 8)

13 hours 58 min ago
In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to install MySQL on CentOS. Step-by-step instructions on how to configure and install MySQL.

How I use Linux accessibility settings

Monday 24th of January 2022 07:24:51 AM
When I started using Linux in the 1990s, I was in my mid-40s and accessibility was not something I gave much thought to. Now, however, as I[he]#039[/he]m pushing 70, my needs have changed. A few years ago, I purchased a brand new Darter Pro from System76, and its default resolution is 1920x1080, and it[he]#039[/he]s high DPI, too. The system came with Pop_OS!, which I found that I had to modify to be able to see the icons and text on the display. Thank goodness that Linux on the desktop has become much more accessible than in the 1990s.

Valve Is Sponsoring More CI Testing For The Open-Source Radeon Linux Graphics Driver

Monday 24th of January 2022 05:13:20 AM
As good news not only to future Steam Deck users but all Linux gamers making use of the Mesa open-source graphics drivers, Valve is sponsoring additional continuous integration (CI) testing of Mesa commits.

10 Great Apps to Improve Your GNOME Experience Part 3

Monday 24th of January 2022 03:01:49 AM
We present the next set of great GNOME Apps that brings multitude of productivity boost while using your favorite GNOME desktop.

$55-and-up Orange Pi 4 LTS drops 40-pin GPIO, adds 3G RAM option

Monday 24th of January 2022 01:14:23 AM
Shenzhen Xunlong unveiled a $55 to $70 “Orange Pi 4 LTS” variant of the Orange Pi 4 SBC with the same RK3399 but a new 3G RAM option, 26- vs. 40-pin GPIO, and different WiFi, GbE, and audio chips.

The Pros and Cons of Using Windows Subsystem for Linux

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 11:02:52 PM
The announcement that Windows users would be able to run native Linux apps on their machines with Windows Subsystem for Linux seemed like a real "when pigs fly" moment. It's certainly easy to run Linux and Windows under WSL without dual-booting or using a virtual machine, but are there any drawbacks to this setup? This article weighs the pros and cons of using WSL to run Linux on Windows.

Multilingual blink for Raspberry Pi Pico

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 08:57:01 PM
A year ago today we launched our Raspberry Pi Pico board, the first product powered by the RP2040 microcontroller, a brand-new chip developed right here at Raspberry Pi. A year later we’ve sold nearly 1.5 million Picos, and thousands of you have used RP2040 in your own electronic projects and products.

SiFive Shifting Production Focus To Next-Gen HiFive Development Board

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 06:45:30 PM
SiFive's HiFive Unmatched is the best, readily available RISC-V developer board at the moment with enough horsepower for modest development/porting work and continues seeing improvements with the mainline Linux kernel. But availability on HiFive Unmatched is beginning to dry up and SiFive isn't planning on any further production runs as it begins focusing on the board's successor.

How to Install Apache (HTTPD) on Fedora 35

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 04:33:59 PM
In the tutorial, you will learn how to install and configure Apache (HTTPD) on Fedora 35 Workstation or Server with a free TLS/SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt.

Critical Bugs in Control Web Panel Expose Linux Servers to RCE Attacks

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 02:22:28 PM
Researchers have disclosed details of two critical security vulnerabilities in Control Web Panel that could be abused as part of an exploit chain to achieve pre-authenticated remote code execution on affected servers.

Our favorite Linux commands to use just for fun

Sunday 23rd of January 2022 12:15:35 PM
The Linux command line is known for being a productivity powerhouse. It's also a place to have some fun, too!