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Want to spin up Ubuntu VMs from Windows 10's command line, eh? We'll need to see a Multipass

1 hour 12 min ago
Don't need full-fat GUI? WSL doesn't cut it? Canonical has just the ticketWindows 10 developers have been gifted yet another way of running Linux on their desktop in the form of Canonical's Multipass.…

Open edX and OpenStack for complex learning environments

2 hours 26 min ago
Almost every new technology developed in recent years has been complex, distributed, and built for scale: Kubernetes, Ceph, and OpenStack are a few examples. These systems are quite different from the ones we saw just a few years ago. Practically any non-trivial software solution today comes with loose coupling, asynchronicity, and elasticity—properties usually absent from systems of the more

Ubuntu Testing Chromium Snap With VAAPI (Hardware-Accelerated Video Decoding) Support

3 hours 41 min ago
Ubuntu is testing a new Chromium snap package that enables VAAPI support, allowing the web browser to take advantage of hardware-accelerated video decoding.

Command-Line Tip: Put Down the Pipe

4 hours 55 min ago
Learn a few techniques for avoiding the pipe and making your command-line commands more efficient.

Challenges in open source voice interfaces

6 hours 9 min ago
If you're anything like many open source enthusiasts, you may have grown up watching science fiction shows like Knight Rider, or Star Trek, or (my personal favorite) Time Trax. What do they have in common? In each, voice is the key medium through which the protagonists interact with a computer. Knight Rider had Kitt, Star Trek had the ubiquitous computer, and even the indefatigable Darrian Lambert in Time Trax had dependable Selma, the holographic more

15 Tar Commands You Should Try in Linux

7 hours 24 min ago
Sometimes you need to pack multiple files and/or directories into a single file. These are some tar commands you can use to archive and compress your files.

How to Change User Password in Ubuntu

8 hours 38 min ago
It’s always a good idea to update your password on a regular basis and use a unique password for each account. As a regular user in Ubuntu you can only change your own password. The root user and users with sudo privileges can change another user’s passwords and define how the password can be used or changed.

Dcp (Dat Copy) – Easy And Secure Way To Transfer Files Between Linux Systems

9 hours 52 min ago
2DayGeek: Dcp (Stands for Dat Copy) copies files between hosts on a network using the peer-to-peer Dat network.

How to Install Yarn on CentOS 7

11 hours 7 min ago
Yarn is an advanced package management tool for Javascript applications mostly used for Node.js applications. Yarn is compatible with npm used for installing, configuring, updating and removing npm packages.

How to Create Directories in Linux with the mkdir Command

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 07:03:44 AM
In Linux systems, you can create new directories either from the command line or with your desktop file manager. The command that allows you to create directories (also known as folders) is mkdir.

Deep-dive into Jenkins

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 05:49:24 AM
we will go deep into the functionalities and understand all the different features of Jenkins. Let’s get started. Developers make commits in the source code. Jenkins polls and detects code at every interval.If there are any commits, Jenkins will start the build using any of the build tools integrated into the code...

Get started with TaskBoard, a lightweight kanban board

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 04:35:04 AM
There seems to be a mad rush at the beginning of every year to find ways to be more productive. New Year's resolutions, the itch to start the year off right, and of course, an "out with the old, in with the new" attitude all contribute to this. And the usual round of recommendations is heavily biased towards closed source and proprietary software. It doesn't have to be that way.Here's the ninth of my picks for 19 new (or new-to-you) open source tools to help you be more productive in more

How to Shut Down Ubuntu

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 03:20:44 AM
This tutorial explains the Ubuntu Poweroff and Shutdown commands and provides some easy to use examples.

How To Copy A File/Folder From A Local System To Remote System In Linux?

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 02:06:24 AM
2DayGeek: This tutorial helps you to copy files or folders in multiple servers using Shell script.

A Use Case for Network Automation

Tuesday 22nd of January 2019 12:52:04 AM
Use the Python Netmiko module to automate switches, routers and firewallsfrom multiple vendors.

Solving the Year 2038 problem in the Linux kernel

Monday 21st of January 2019 11:37:43 PM
Because of the way time is represented in Linux, a signed 32-bit number can't support times beyond January 19, 2038 after 3:14:07 UTC. This Year 2038 (Y2038 or Y2K38) problem is about the time data type representation. The solution is to use 64-bit more

How to Install BoltWire CMS on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Monday 21st of January 2019 10:23:23 PM
BoltWire is an easy to use content management system that can be used to create personal or business websites which is released as OpenSource software. It is written in PHP language and it doesn't require a database, all its data is stored in the file system.

Using Linux Sleep Command in Bash Scripts

Monday 21st of January 2019 09:09:03 PM
This tutorial shows you how to use sleep commands and its various options in bash scripts.

Build a Django RESTful API on Fedora.

Monday 21st of January 2019 07:54:43 PM
With the rise of kubernetes and micro-services architecture, being able to quickly write and deploy a RESTful API service is a good skill to have. In this first part of a series of articles, you’ll learn how to use Fedora to build a RESTful application and deploy it on Openshift. Together, we’re going to build […]

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Parrot 4.5 Ethical Hacking OS Released with Metasploit 5.0, Drops 32-Bit Support

Parrot 4.5 is now available, powered by the long-term supported Linux 4.19 kernel series, preparing the project for the upcoming Parrot 5.0 LTS release. For future releases, Parrot Security plans to a support two kernels, stable kernel and a testing kernel. Parrot 4.5 also comes with the latest Metasploit 5.0 penetration testing framework, which introduces major features like new evasion modules, a new search engine, a json-rpc daemon, integrated web services, and support for writting shellcode in C. Read more Also: Parrot 4.5 release notes

GPU acceleration for Linux apps on Chrome OS enabled

It’s happening, and it’s happening early. GPU acceleration for Linux apps on Chrome OS has arrived. According to a recent report, Chromebooks with ‘Eve’ and ‘Nami’ baseboard should now, or very soon, be able to try GPU hardware acceleration. GPU acceleration allows applications to fully leverage the GPU of a device to better run graphic-intensive tasks, like gaming. The feature will make for a much smoother Linux apps experience for Chromebook users. Read more

Out-Of-The-Box 10GbE Network Benchmarks On Nine Linux Distributions Plus FreeBSD 12

Last week I started running some fresh 10GbE Linux networking performance benchmarks across a few different Linux distributions. That testing has now been extended to cover nine Linux distributions plus FreeBSD 12.0 to compare the out-of-the-box networking performance. Tested this round alongside FreeBSD 12.0 was Antergos 19.1, CentOS 7, Clear Linux, Debian 9.6, Fedora Server 29, openSUSE Leap 15.0, openSUSE Tumbleweed, Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS, and Ubuntu 18.10. All of the tests were done with a Tyan S7106 1U server featuring two Intel Xeon Gold 6138 CPUs, 96GB of DDR4 system memory, and Samsung 970 EVO SSD. For the 10GbE connectivity on this server was an add-in HP NC523SFP PCIe adapter providing two 10Gb SPF+ ports using a QLogic 8214 controller. Read more