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253 – Linux For The Rest Of Us
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Help Eric Arduini and family
As some of you may know my brother was diagnosed in February of this year with a rare form of primary liver cancer that is unfortunately terminal. All funds will be donated to him and his family for medical bills and other household bills so that his family can spend the rest of his time with him and not have to stress about money as much during this difficult time.
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Test Your BASH Skills By Playing Command Line Games
We tend to learn and remember Linux commands more effectively if we use them regularly in a live scenario. You may forget the Linux commands over a period of time, unless you use them often. Whether you’re newbie, intermediate user, there are always some exciting methods to test your BASH skills.
Open Source Initiative board election results scrapped after security hole found, exploited to rig outcome
The Open Source Initiative (OSI) on Friday said it will redo its recent Board Election after uncovering a voting irregularity that affected the results. The Register asked OSI whether anyone could provide further details about what went wrong.
Richard M. Stallman returns to the Free Software Foundation Board of Directors
In the aftermath of the Me Too movement and his defense of the behavior of the late Marvin Minsky, AI pioneer and associate of notorious billionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, Richard M.
Ultimate Linux Cheat sheet
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Microsoft open sources tool to use AI in simulated attacks
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Open source goes to Mars
This morning, we watched in awe as the first Mars Helicopter, Ingenuity, took flight in the thin Martian atmosphere. This is an incredible achievement for the teams at NASA and the Jet Propulsion Lab (JPL).
Tetris-OS Is an ‘OS’ That Only Plays Tetris
As a former Tetris fanatic, the idea of an operating system that only runs Tetris, over and over again forever, is fairly compelling. First, my workday would be completely different. Gone are Zoom meetings, mid-morning Slack standups, and endless writing.
Windows 10 now lets you seamlessly run Linux GUI apps
Windows 10 now lets you run Linux GUI apps (X11 and Wayland) without using a virtual machine after Microsoft added GUI support to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).
WinApps for Linux
Run Windows apps such as Microsoft Office in Linux (Ubuntu) and GNOME as if they were a part of the native OS, including Nautilus integration for right clicking on files of specific mime types to open them.
ISPConfig: The Perfect Multiserver Setup on Ubuntu 20.04 and Debian 10
This tutorial will take you through installing your own ISPConfig 3 multiserver setup with dedicated servers for the panel, web, DNS, mail, and webmail using the new ISPConfig auto-installer. This tutorial is compatible with Debian 10 and Ubuntu 20.04.
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What3Words sends legal threat to a security researcher for sharing an open-source alternative
Aaron Toponce, a systems administrator at XMission, received a letter on Thursday from a law firm representing What3Words, requesting that he delete tweets related to the open-source alternative, WhatFreeWords.
First Look at Fedora Linux’s New i3 Spin: Heaven for Tiling WM Fans
Fedora Linux and tiling WM fans rejoice, there’s an upcoming Fedora Linux spin featuring the i3 tiling window manager by default, and in this article I’m giving you a first look at this new heaven for tiling WM fans.
Noti Sends to Your Desktop or Phone when a Long-Running Command Has Finished
Noti is a command line tool for Linux that monitors a process / command, and triggers a notification on your desktop or phone when it has finished running. macOS and WIndows are supported as well.
The RNR File Manager (RNR’s Not Ranger)
The RNR File Manager (RNR’s Not Ranger) is a text based file manager that combines the best features of Midnight Commander and Ranger. Its main goal is to be the most robust file copier in existence.
7-Zip 21.0 alpha introduces native Linux support
Each year, the free archiver 7-Zip gets updated to a new version. The developer of the application has released two alpha previews of this year’s 7-Zip 21 version.
Main MiSTer binary and Wiki. Contribute to MiSTer-devel/Main_MiSTer development by creating an account on GitHub.
It is the World’s FIRST Consumer-level Linux Tablet.
It is the World’s FIRST Linux Tablet with a 2K+ Display. It is the World’s FIRST Linux Tablet with 5G/4G support.
Garuda Linux KDE version usurps Deepin Linux as the most beautiful Linux desktop
The world of Linux has some beautiful desktops, but to date, one of the most beautiful has been Deepin Linux. The Deepin desktop is elegant, simple to use, and as reliable a desktop as you’ll find on a PC. For the longest time, I was certain no Linux distribution could best the beauty of Deepin.
For the past year, all of the infrastructure at tonari — our installations, our laptops, our tools — have run on a single WireGuard network that’s organized by an opinionated network manager we’ve been writing called innernet. Today we’re happy to be open sourcing it.
20 ways to be more productive and respect yourself
The need to be productive is ingrained in who we are as human beings on some level. We oftentimes have to do yoga and meditate and breathe deeply in order to consciously slow down our minds and bodies, but when we do it helps us focus and be more productive when the time comes.
Make a Linux App
Desktop and mobile Linux users have a healthy appetite for new software. Linux app stores and repositories lack applications compared to their proprietary counterparts. Technical enthusiasts are encouraged to direct their passion and creativity towards creating fresh apps for Linux users.
New Nextcloud health app doesn’t sell your data – Nextcloud
There is a whole wave of new apps becoming available that can store your electronic health records from hospitals or doctors. As health data is easy to monetize, these apps tend to be “free” for users – insurance companies are happy to pay for it.
Top 10 Extensions for GNOME 40 Desktop
We give you a list of GNOME 40 extensions that would make your desktop experience even better. Have a look. GNOME 40 was released a while back with revamped activities, workspace, and app grid view.
No default passwords: For security reasons there are no default passwords. All passwords are set at system initialization time.
JingOS tablet-friendly Linux distro picks up OTA updates, app store, and more in version 0.8
JingOS is a Linux distribution designed for tablets, with a touch-friendly user interface designed to resemble iPadOS or Android.
OpenTreatments Foundation: Democratizing and Decentralizing Drug Development
Sanath Kumar Ramesh is the Founder & CEO of the OpenTreatments Foundation, which was announced today at the Linux Foundation. Ramesh created the foundation as he looked at medical solutions to help his son suffering from an ultra-rare genetic disease called SSMD (curegpx4.org).
SniperPhish: An all-in-one open-source phishing toolkit
SniperPhish is an all-in-one open-source phishing toolkit that pentesters and other security professionals can use for setting up and executing email and web-based spear phishing campaigns
Amazon releases DeepRacer software in open source
Join Transform 2021 this July 12-16. Register for the AI event of the year. In November 2018, Amazon launched AWS DeepRacer, a car about the size of a shoebox that runs on AI models trained in a virtual environment with reinforcement learning techniques.
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