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How To Change The Timezone on Debian 10 Buster

Friday 20th of September 2019 04:17:20 AM
On Linux, it is essential to have some basics when it comes to changing the timezone. The timezone is a parameter set at the installation stage and that determines the current date for your host. Setting a correct timezone is crucial : your web and application servers may rely on this date for deserializing for example.

How to Install WildFly with Nginx as a Reverse Proxy on Debian 10

Friday 20th of September 2019 03:15:48 AM
WildFly is a free, open-source and cross-platform application runtime written in Java and developed by Red Hat. Wildfly comes with a rich set of features including, Fast, Customizable Runtime, Scalability, Unified configuration & Management, Concurrent Loading, Fast Linking, Domain Management and many more.

Total War Saga: TROY officially announced and it will be coming to Linux next year

Friday 20th of September 2019 02:14:16 AM
Good news for fans of strategy games today as Total War Saga: TROY has been officially announced by Creative Assembly and SEGA. It's also getting a Linux port once again from Feral Interactive.

Sysadmin job levels: What you need to know for each

Friday 20th of September 2019 01:12:44 AM
Linux system administrator job descriptions can run the gamut from very generic to extremely specific. Fine-tune it for the right technical level.

Vivaldi 2.8 Released with Unified Sync Support for Desktop and Android

Friday 20th of September 2019 12:11:12 AM
Vivaldi Technologies released today the Vivaldi 2.8 web browser for desktop platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows, an incremental update that adds significant improvements.

Linux on the mainframe: Then and now

Thursday 19th of September 2019 11:09:40 PM
Last week, I introduced you to the origins of the mainframe's origins from a community perspective. Let's continue our journey, picking up at the end of 1999, which is when IBM got onboard with Linux on the mainframe (IBM Z).According to the Linux on z Systems Wikipedia page:read more

Linux 5.3 releases with support for AMD Navi GPUs

Thursday 19th of September 2019 10:08:08 PM
Linus Torvalds announced the release of Linux 5.3 on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (lkml).

An introduction to audio processing and machine learning using Python

Thursday 19th of September 2019 09:06:36 PM
At a high level, any machine learning problem can be divided into three types of tasks: data tasks (data collection, data cleaning, and feature formation), training (building machine learning models using data features), and evaluation (assessing the model). Features, defined as "individual measurable propert[ies] or characteristic[s] of a phenomenon being observed," are very useful because they help a machine understand the data and classify it into categories or predict a more

CentOS Linux 7.7 Officially Released, Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.7

Thursday 19th of September 2019 07:52:16 PM
The CentOS Project has announced the release and general availability of the CentOS Linux 7.7 operating system, an incremental update to the CentOS 7.x series.

Whereis Command in Linux

Thursday 19th of September 2019 06:37:56 PM
whereis is a command-line utility that allows you to find the location of the binary, source, and manual page files for a given command.

Destination Linux 139 - Manjaro, Firefox VPN, Mumble, LVFS, Pine64 Smartwatch, RawTherapee, WSL

Thursday 19th of September 2019 05:23:36 PM
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Source Command on Linux Explained

Thursday 19th of September 2019 04:09:16 PM
The source command on Linux is a pretty popular function run by system administrators daily. But what is the function of the source command? Used to refresh the current shell environment, the source command can also be used in order to import functions into other bash scripts or to run scripts into the current shell environment.

Canonical Outs New Linux Kernel Security Update for All Supported Ubuntu OSes

Thursday 19th of September 2019 02:54:55 PM
Canonical released today a new Linux kernel security update for all supported Ubuntu releases to address three vulnerabilities across all supported architectures.

Best Essential Apps for Linux 2019

Thursday 19th of September 2019 01:40:35 PM
In this guide, we have put together a list of what we would consider as the most necessary applications that you should have in your Linux system to have a wholesome experience.

How to Install Bolt CMS with Nginx and Let's Encrypt on FreeBSD 12

Thursday 19th of September 2019 12:26:15 PM
Bolt is a sophisticated, lightweight and simple CMS built with PHP. This tutorial shows the installation of Bolt CMS in FreeBSD 12 with Nginx web server, MySQL database server and Let's Encrypt SSL certificate.

CAN-Bus HAT for Raspberry Pi 4 offers RTC and wide-range power

Thursday 19th of September 2019 11:11:54 AM
Copperhill’s third-gen, $65 “PiCAN3” HAT features Raspberry Pi 4 support and a SocketCAN-ready CAN-Bus 2.0B port. The HAT has an RTC and is powered by a 3A, 6-20V Switch Mode Power Supply that can also power the Pi. Copperhill Technologies has launched a CAN-Bus HAT for the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B designed for industrial […]

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and CentOS 6 Receive Important Kernel Security Update

Thursday 19th of September 2019 09:57:34 AM
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and CentOS Linux 6 operating system series have receive an important Linux kernel security update that addresses two critical vulnerabilities and other issues.

How to freeze and lock your Linux system (and why you would want to)

Thursday 19th of September 2019 08:43:14 AM
What it means to freeze a terminal window and lock a screen -- and how to manage these activities on your Linux system.

Install Peek Animated Gif Recorder on Ubuntu

Thursday 19th of September 2019 07:28:54 AM
Peek is a screen recorder with an easy to use interface. Peek makes it easy to create short screencasts of a screen area. It was built for the specific use case of recording screen areas, e.g. for easily showing UI features of your own apps or for showing a bug report.

Kmdr - Display CLI Commands Explanation In Terminal

Thursday 19th of September 2019 06:14:34 AM
Kmdr provides CLI commands explanation for hundreds of programs. It helps you to easily learn CLI commands without leaving the terminal.

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