Learn XZ (Lossless Data Compression Tool) in Linux with Examples

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Tecmint: xz is a new general-purpose, command line data compression utility, similar to gzip and bzip2....

How to enable repository using subscription-manager in RHEL

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Learn how to enable repository using subscription-manager in RHEL....

Bogus Linux vulnerability gets publicity

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 ZDnet: Is Linux perfectly secure? Heck no....

How To Make Good Use Of 'grep' Command

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 Do you know how to 'grep' ?...

The state of AI: 10 eye-opening statistics

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EnterprisersProject: For IT leaders early in their AI talks, consider these recent stats and trends....

Perl hashes and arrays: The basics

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 opensource.com: Perl makes it easy to manipulate complex data using hashes and arrays....

Office 2007 still works with Windows a decade later, but without...

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OpenOffice, Google Docs, options for Linux and Apple fans and more - seems like everyone is offering a way to create documents online Q: Can I load my original Office Small Business Edition 2007 software on a new computer running windows 10? ~ Steve Cheresnick Now, head over to Microsoft Office's site - it, too, says that Office 2007 runs on...

Linux 4.16 rc2

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Linus Torvalds: It's been a quiet week, and rc2 is out....

TeamTalk 5.3.0.4917

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TeamTalk 4 is a conferencing system which enables a group of people to collaborate and share information. Every member of a group can communicate with other members in real time using both audio and video....

SUSE: 2018:0482-1: important: the Linux Kernel

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SUSE Security Update: Security update for the Linux Kernel ______________________________________________________________________________ Announcement ID: SUSE-SU-2018:0482-1 Rating: important References: #1012382 #1019784 #1031717 #1036737 #1038078 #1038085 #1043652 #1048585 #1052360 #1060279 #1066223 #1066842 #1068032 #1068038 #1068569 #1068984...

Linux adduser/addgroup Command Tutorial for Beginners (7 Examples)

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As a Linux system administrator, one of the basic tasks that you'll have to perform is to create accounts for new users and manage user groups....

SRT in GStreamer

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SRT is an open source video transport protocol that enables the delivery of high-quality and secure, low-latency video across the public Internet....

How should the UEFI System Partition be?

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The UFI System Partition (ESP) is a required disk partition to boot on UEFI systems....

How to Install Varnish Reverse Proxy with Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Varnish is a proxy server focused on HTTP caching....

Install ELK stack: Manage logs with Elasticsearch, Logstash Kibana

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ELK stack is a popular, open source log management platform....

Efficient Ways To Read The Log Files In Linux.

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2DayGeek: This will help you to read log files efficiently....

Inetutils

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The individual utilities were originally derived from the 4.4BSDLite2 distribution. Many features were integrated from NetBSD, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and GNU/Linux....

CNCF Announces Serverless Whitepaper

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The whitepaper answers some of the pressing questions around serverless computing....

Ubuntu to Start Collecting Some Data with Ubuntu 18.04

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It will be an ‘opt-out’ feature....

So I want to build a new computer for less then $500 USD Started by JQB45

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I have a video card an AMD 7870 which will do for now. I do not need a keyboard, mouse, monitor or OS - I'll probably use some variant of Debian Linux and will dual boot a Windows Insider build on Windows 10. Normally I answer these type questions but I wanted to see what creative designs some of you could come up with....

How Linux became my job

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IBM engineer Phil Estes shares how his Linux hobby led him to become an open source leader, contributor, and maintainer. I've been using open source since what seems like prehistoric times....