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Distribution Release: Rocky Linux 8.4

DistroWatch.com - 3 hours 41 min ago
Rocky Linux is a community enterprise operating system designed to be 100% compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The project has announced its first stable release which is Rocky Linux 8.4. "We are pleased to announce the General Availability of Rocky Linux 8.4 (Green Obsidian). Rocky Linux is....
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Exercising to Create Basic Python C Extensions on Fedora Linux 34

LXer Linux News - 4 hours 27 min ago
This post follows up "Creating Basic Python C Extensions - Tutorial" and does just one update required in static PyMethodDef myMethods still having "METH_NOARGS" instead of "METH_VARARGS", what, actually, confuses inexperienced learners.
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next-20210621: linux-next

Linux Kernel - 6 hours 7 min ago
Version:next-20210621 (linux-next) Released:2021-06-21
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8 books open source technologists should read this summer

LXer Linux News - 6 hours 38 min ago
Welcome to the 2021 Opensource.com summer reading list. This year[he]#039[/he]s list contains eight wonderful book recommendations from members of the Opensource.com community. From classics like Frank Herbert[he]#039[/he]s Dune and a new translation of Beowulf to non-fiction books about the history of tech industry culture, this list has books for readers with different tastes and interests.
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Distribution Release: IPFire 2.25 Core 157

DistroWatch.com - 7 hours 34 min ago
IPFire is an independent Linux distribution designed for use on firewalls and routers. The project has published a new update which strips away most of Python 2, replacing the code with Python 3. Python 2 reached the end of its supported life on January 1, 2020. "We have....
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Debian 10.10 Released with Bug Fixes, One Package was Removed

LXer Linux News - 8 hours 50 min ago
The Debian Project has announced the 10th update of its stable distribution. Like all other point releases that Debian project develops, Debian 10.10 has arrived for keep correcting errors from the Buster, that was released almost two years ago.
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How to Make LibreOffice Look Like Microsoft Office

LXer Linux News - 11 hours 1 min ago
We made an attempt to make the LibreOffice suite look like Microsoft Office. Is it possible? Let's find out.
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How To Host Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Server on Ubuntu

LXer Linux News - 13 hours 13 min ago
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive popularly known as CS: GO is one of the most popular games of all time. Released in 1999, the game involves two teams where the Terrorist team tries to plant explosives whereas the Counter-Terrorists team tries to prevent it.
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Debian GNU/Linux 10.10 “Buster” Released with 55 Security Updates and 81 Bug Fixes

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 21:56
The Debian Project announced today the general availability of the Debian GNU/Linux 10.10 update to the latest stable Debian GNU/Linux 10 “Buster” operating system series.
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Dash to Panel Extension is Now Available for GNOME 40

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 19:44
The popular GNOME 40 extension - Dash to Panel is ported for GNOME 40. And you can now install it and experience the new look of your desktop.
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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 922

DistroWatch.com - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 19:12
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: CloudReady and TrueNAS CoreNews: Qubes project sets up new forums, Debian Bullseye nears freeze as 10.10 is released, Ubuntu 20.10 nears its end of lifeQuestions and answers: Isolating programs inside WINEReleased last week: SME Server 10.0, Network Security Toolkit 34-12743Torrent corner: Alpine,....
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Install Redis on Ubuntu 20.04

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 17:33
Redis is a well-known open-source data structure store that stores data in memory and is commonly used as a database. In this guide, you will learn how we can get Redis server installed on Ubuntu 20.04.
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5.13-rc7: mainline

Linux Kernel - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 17:03
Version:5.13-rc7 (mainline) Released:2021-06-20 Source:linux-5.13-rc7.tar.gz Patch:full (incremental)
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Using WordOps to Install WordPress Automatically on Ubuntu 20.04

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 15:21
WordOps is a simple tool that provides the ability to deploy WordPress sites from the command line using an optimized LEMP stack. In this tutorial we’ll use WordOps to quickly and easily install WordPress on an Ubuntu 20.04 machine, and we’ll check out and explain some of the extra features that WordOps offers.
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Use this nostalgic text editor on FreeDOS

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 13:32
In the very early days of DOS, the standard editor was a no-frills line editor called Edlin. Tim Paterson wrote the original Edlin for the first version of DOS, then called 86-DOS and later branded PC-DOS and MS-DOS. Paterson has commented that he meant to replace Edlin eventually, but it wasn't until ten years later that MS-DOS 5 (1991) replaced Edlin with Edit, a full-screen editor.read more
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How to Install Plex Media Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Linux Today News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 13:00

Plex is a media server that lets you organize and stream your media. Learn to install and use it here.

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How to Use Zstandard Compression on Linux (With Commands)

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 11:43
As a Linux user, you’re probably already familiar with longtime staples like gzip, bzip2, and xz. There’s a newcomer in the compression arena. Zstandard (often abbreviated to zstd) was released in 2015 and since then has risen sharply in popularity.
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Try quantum computing with this open source software development kit

LXer Linux News - Sun, 06/20/2021 - 09:54
Classical computing is based on bits. Zeros and ones. This isn't because there's some inherent advantage to a binary logic system over logic systems with more states—or even over analog computers. But on-off switches are easy to make and, with modern semiconductor technology, we can make them very small and very cheap.read more
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