In this article, we will learn to create an S3 bucket using the Python Boto3 library. We will also see the steps to delete the bucket we created.Read More
The cd (change directory) command in Linux/Unix is pretty simple. It is one of the standard routine commands for every Linux user. It permits you to switch directories from one to another via Terminal. The cd command works based on the absolute path an…Read More
The cpio archiving utility is used less than other tools like tar. However, it is still used for creating initramfs images on Linux and rpm packages. In this tutorial, we see how to create and extract cpio archives using the GNU cpio utility, and how t…Read More
Coming three weeks after the previous security updates, which addressed 13 vulnerabilities, the new Linux kernel security patches are available for Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri), Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo), Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa), Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver), as well as Ubuntu 16.04 ESM (Xenial Xerus) and Ubuntu 14.04 ESM (Trusty Tahr) to address […]
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Jellyfin media server goes the extra mile in managing and organizing media files. It makes it possible to stream files on other PCs, TVs, or phones when devices are connected to the internet. Learn how to install Jellyfin in Ubuntu, Debian, and Mint he…Read More
In this guide, you will learn how to check the supported TLS and SSL versions on Linux systems and their associated ciphers.
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Vivaldi 5.0 has been released with impressive updates, arguably making it the best Linux web browser today. Read on for the release coverage.
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Based on the Qt 6.2 LTS series of the popular widget toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces for cross-platform apps, Qt Creator 6 is here a little over three months after Qt Creator 5 with various new features and many improvements for Qt application developers. Highlights of Qt Creator 6 include separate launching of external […]
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The third beta of Krita 5.0 is here with lots of improvements and bug fixes to make the final release more stable and reliable. For example, it improves the alpha-mask PNG brush tips, adds support for loading the thumbnails for MYB mypaint brushes in a bundle, and fixes performance issues in the Magnetic Selection tool […]
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Arch Linux 2021.12.01 is now available for download and it comes with Linux kernel 5.15 LTS by default. The ISO image includes Linux kernel 5.15.5, but it looks like Linux kernel 5.15.6 was also released today, so expect it to join the stable archives by the end of the week. Apart from being an LTS […]
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This tutorial explains BorgBackup and how to backup and restore files using Borg in Linux and Unix-like systems.
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In this tutorial, we’ll be showing you what attributes are there, and how to change them with the chattr command. The command chattr stands for change attribute. File attributes are certain properties that are associated with the file. The attributes allow a file to have some characteristics that are valid for all users. For example, if a file were […]
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AlmaLinux has opened some doors to make it easier for its community to stay in touch with the Linux distribution, with AlmaLinux mailing lists for both users and devs. Learn more here.
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Passwords should never be stored as plain text. Whether we are talking about a web application or an operating system, they should always be in the hash form (on Linux, for example, hashed passwords are stored in the /etc/shadow file). Hashing is the process through which, by the use of complex algorithms, a password is […]Read More
This article will help you learn how to set up/configure iSCSI on Linux/Unix-based systems. iSCSI stands for Internet Small Computer System Interface, which is an industry-standard protocol mainly used to share the storage device over the TCP/IP layer. Unlike Samba or NFS, which work at the file system level, iSCSI works only on the block-level […]Read More
Coming four months after 4MLinux 37.0, the 4MLinux 38.0 release is here to introduce basic support for 32-bit apps, as well as a new downloadable extension called 4MLinux GamePack that includes a big collection of classic Linux games, which you can download from here. It also comes with several new pre-installed apps, including the Audacity […]
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Homebrew is a popular command line-based package manager for macOS. It can also be installed and used on Linux. Here’s why and how.
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Read on for more updates about what’s in store for Linux Mint 20.3 “Una,” with a gift from the team: a new app.
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In this article, we review the Debian/Ubuntu-based Cutefish OS Linux Distribution that features the stunning Cutefish Desktop.
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