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Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 07:00
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How To Install and Use NVM (Node Version Manager) on Ubuntu 22.04

HowToForge - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 06:51
NVM, also called "Node Version Manager" used for installing and managing multiple Node.js versions in Linux. It provides a command line utility that helps developers to install multiple Node versions and switch between multiple versions as per their project requirements.
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LXer: PostgreSQL 15 promises to ease Oracle and SQL Server migrations

Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 06:31
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MERGE means more code can be copied from earlier installation, because let's be real � that's how it's happening. PostgreSQL, the popular open source relational database, is getting support for MERGE statements, a move which is intended to make migration from SQL Server and Oracle-based systems easier.�

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PostgreSQL 15 promises to ease Oracle and SQL Server migrations

LXer Linux News - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 06:31
MERGE means more code can be copied from earlier installation, because let's be real – that's how it's happening. PostgreSQL, the popular open source relational database, is getting support for MERGE statements, a move which is intended to make migration from SQL Server and Oracle-based systems easier.…
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Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 06:18
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next-20221004: linux-next

Linux Kernel - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 06:01
Version:next-20221004 (linux-next) Released:2022-10-04
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LXer: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 2nd, 2022

Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 04:27
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The 105th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on October 2nd, 2022, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 2nd, 2022

LXer Linux News - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 04:19
The 105th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on October 2nd, 2022, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.
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Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 03:20
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LXer: Is your old computer 'obsolete', or is it a Linux opportunity?

Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 02:14
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Too often older computers are labeled 'obsolete'. Linux changes that. Refurbish an old computer and make it useful again for someone who needs it.

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Is your old computer 'obsolete', or is it a Linux opportunity?

LXer Linux News - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 02:07
Too often older computers are labeled 'obsolete'. Linux changes that. Refurbish an old computer and make it useful again for someone who needs it.
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LXer: Linux kernel 6.0 debuts, Linus Torvalds teases 'core new things' coming in version 6.1

Linux Questions - Tue, 10/04/2022 - 00:00
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Linux boss' launch message is more �6.0 is overrated� than �The joy of 6.0�. Linus Torvalds has released a stable cut of version 6.0 of the Linux kernel.�

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Linux kernel 6.0 debuts, Linus Torvalds teases 'core new things' coming in version 6.1

LXer Linux News - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 23:56
Linux boss' launch message is more ‘6.0 is overrated’ than ‘The joy of 6.0’. Linus Torvalds has released a stable cut of version 6.0 of the Linux kernel.…
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Handbrake - Ripping DVDs with Subtitles

Linux Questions - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 22:04
I can't seem to figure out how to get Handbrake to *always by default* add subtitles (or captions) to a video. I don't care if they're burned-in/hard subtitles or "soft" subtitles. I want all the subtitles, not just the "forced" ones.

It seems like I have to reset the subtitles settings not only for every disc, but for every single Track/Title I add to the queue.

Any help is appreciated. (Googling didn't help much.)
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Linux 6.0 kernel enhances security with Runtime Verification, improves CPU energy efficiency

LXer Linux News - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 21:44
“It’s a fundamental feature for enabling the usage of Linux in safety-critical systems, a trend that is mainly led by automotive and industrial applications,” de Oliveira told VentureBeat. “But it will also help to improve Linux’s reliability in general across industries and use scenarios.”
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Z520 Atom 32-bit CPU: does it *really* have vt-x virtualization? Can 32 bit have vt-x?

Linux Questions - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 21:23
I was going to blow $10 on this tomorrow (yeah, I Know It's Just Junk)

All the Intel documentation says it has vt-x!!! It is definitely 32-bit (Max 2 GB Ram)

Acer Aspire One 751h-1948 netbook
has a 1.33-GHz Intel Atom Z520 processor.

Can a 32-bit CPU really have vt-x?
Does Virtualization on 32-bit make any sense?

Thanks for any comments. (CL ad)
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Mist: An AUR-Helper-Like Application for Debian and Ubuntu

Linux Today News - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 21:00

Mist is a helper for MPR, which provides extra software for Debian and Ubuntu Linux distributions. Learn more about Mist here.

The post Mist: An AUR-Helper-Like Application for Debian and Ubuntu appeared first on Linux Today.

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Porteus 5.0 icake Chinese language packages

Linux Questions - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 20:27
The Porteus team has released Porteus version 5.0 final (32 and 64 bit) on July 5, 2022.

more information and discussions: https://forum.porteus.org/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=10183

Download iso: http://porteus.org/porteus-mirrors.html

I have created 5 half-Chinese language modules and 2 Chinese language modules for Porteus version 5.0 final separately for 32 and 64 bit systems. These Chinese language modules will provide Chinese support to the Porteus systems in 2 stages.

(A) Stage 1 - Half-Chinese-Language-Module:
Stage 1 adds 2 functions to the system. The first function is to install Chinese fonts to display Chinese characters (otherwise the Chinese characters will be shown as squares �□�). The second function is to install a Chinese Language Input Platform with various Chinese input methods so that users can input Chinese in applications.

Under stage 1, all system user interfaces, desktop menus, sub-menus, pop-up tool-tips are still English.

Stage 1 was achieved by installing an icake half-Chinese language module (names contain en-zh). Each half-Chinese language module includes 1 Chinese input method platform: fcitx, gcin, hime, scim or yong:
a. 64 bit:
018-fcitx64_4.2.9-en-zh-bionic-221.0.1.xzm (29 input methods)
018-gcin64_2.9.0-en-zh-bionic-221.0.1.xzm (16 input methods)
018-hime64_0.9.11-en-zh-bionic-221.0.1.xzm (10 input methods)
018-scim64_1.4.15-en-zh-bionic-221.0.1.xzm (24 input methods)
018-yong64_2.5.0-en-zh-bionic-221.0.1.xzm (25 input methods)

b. 32 bit:
018-fcitx32_4.2.9-en-zh-bionic-220.0.1.xzm (23 input methods)
018-gcin32_2.9.0-en-zh-bionic-220.0.1.xzm (16 input methods)
018-hime32_0.9.11-en-zh-bionic-220.0.1.xzm (10 input methods)
018-scim32_1.4.15-en-zh-bionic-220.0.1.xzm (23 input methods)
018-yong32_2.5.0-en-zh-bionic-220.0.1.xzm (25 input methods)

(B) Stage 2 � Chinese-Language-Modules:
Stage 2 will change all system user interfaces, desktop menus, sub-menus, pop-up tool-tips into Chinese (either Traditional Chinese or Simplified Chinese).

To get stage 2 Chinese support, you have to install one of the Chinese language modules. There are 2 classes of Chinese language modules, Traditional Chinese language modules (names contain zhhk) and Simplified Chinese language modules (names contain zhcn). To function normally, stage 2 modules assume that an appropriate half-Chinese-language-module has already been installed in the system to enable it to display and input Chinese characters.

Chinese-Language-Modules:
64 bit
Simplified Chinese: 019-porteus-xfce-v5.0-x86_64-zhcn-221.0.1.xzm
Traditional Chinese: 019-porteus-xfce-v5.0-x86_64-zhhk-221.0.1.xzm

32 bit
Simplified Chinese: 019-porteus-xfce-v5.0-i586-zhcn-220.0.1.xzm
Traditional Chinese: 019-porteus-xfce-v5.0-i586-zhhk-220.0.1.xzm

(C) To use:
1. You must install a half-Chinese language module first before installing any Chinese language module.

2. To get Stage 1 Chinese support to your system, install an appropriate half-Chinese language module as follows:
In an Porteus Linux system:
a. change user to root: (open a terminal; type: su root; press: enter; type password: toor; press: enter; type: startx; press: enter )
b. left click on the name of the selected half-Chinese module and confirm that you want to activate it.
c. After the installation process finished, please restart X server manually by opening a terminal, type: startx, press: return.

3. After installing an appropriate half-Chinese language moudle, the Porteus system can input and display Chinese.
To input Chinese:
a. open an application that allows user input (e.g. terminal or text editor).
b. put the cursor inside a user input field, then press Ctrl + space. This will activate the Chinese input platform and a Chinese input window will appear on the screen.
c. to setup, select or change Chinese input method, click on specific area of the Chinese input window (in the tray on top right corner of screen) and you will see the options
d. to input Chinese, move cursor to the input area of the application and start entering Chinese using the rules of the select Chinese input method

4. To get Stage 2 Chinese support to your system, you need to install an appropriate half-Chinese language module first. After getting Stage 1 Chinese support to your system, you can get Stage 2 Chinese support to your system by installing an appropriate Chinese language module.
Under your Porteus Linux system:
a. change user to root: (open a terminal; type: su root; press: enter; type password: toor; press: enter; type: startx; press: enter )
b. left click on the name of the selected Chinese language module and confirm that you want to activate it.

After the installation, please restart X server manually by opening a terminal, type: startx, press: return.

5. When you have Stage 2 Chinese support to your system, you will have Chinese display, Chinese input, plus your desktop menu, sub-menu, mouse move over pop-up tool-tips are mostly shown in either Simplified Chinese or Traditional Chinese.

(D) user guide
More details about these half-Chinese and Chinese language modules can be found in a pdf user guide written in English, Simplified Chinese and Traditional Chinese�20210829_icake_porteus_chinese_module_user_guide.pdf�.

(E) Other notes:
1. There are still unresolved issues that prevent the yong Chinese input platform program to run on a number of applications in Porteus version 5.0.
These include:
a. terminals: UXterminal, LXterminal
b. browsers: only seamonkey works, cannot run in palemoon, firefox, chromium, opera, light, brave
c. office: Libreoffice

2. I have attempted to run fcitx5 and ibus Chinese input platforms on the Porteus version 5.0 system and still have unsolved issues.

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Oct 4, 2022
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How to Install the Latest Mainline Kernel Version on Ubuntu 22.04

Linux Today News - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 20:00

Want to install the latest mainline kernel update? Learn how to install the latest mainline kernel version on Ubuntu 22.04 here.

The post How to Install the Latest Mainline Kernel Version on Ubuntu 22.04 appeared first on Linux Today.

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LXer: Debian Votes for One Installer ISO with Non-Free Firmware

Linux Questions - Mon, 10/03/2022 - 19:36
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Debian team votes for one single installer ISO with non-free firmware packages for better discovery and user experience for installation.

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