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How Linux-Based Firmware Boosts Performance in Routers and Networking Equipment

by George Whittaker

Introduction

In the ever-evolving landscape of networking technology, routers and other networking equipment form the backbone of our connected world. The firmware…

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Exploring Linux Network Protocols for Better Packet Processing

by George Whittaker

Introduction

In the realm of modern computing, networking is a cornerstone that facilitates communication between devices and systems. Among the various operating …

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Crafting Minimal Ubuntu Images for Embedded Brilliance

by George Whittaker

Introduction

In the vast and evolving landscape of technology, embedded systems stand as silent yet powerful pillars supporting an array of applications, from the …

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Introducing Bavarder: A User-Friendly Linux Desktop App for Quick ChatGPT Interaction

Want to interact with ChatGPT from your Linux desktop without using a web browser?

Bavarder, a new app, allows you to do just that.

Developed with Python and GTK4/libadwaita, Bavarder offers a simple concept: pose a questio…

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28 yum command examples for package management in Linux part 2

In our previous article on the Linux yum command, we covered how we could use the yum package manager to search for packages, install them, query information about packages, check for security updates and update the system to have the latest versions of packages installed. In this article, we’ll show how to use yum to […]

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Original Gift Ideas for Tech Enthusiasts

Holidays are just around the corner and that means the gifting season is upon us. If you haven’t yet chosen a gift for your loved one, you might be a bit worried about whether or not you will be able to find the perfect one in time. Especially if the p…

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How to Back Up Files to Google Drive on Linux

Linux users can automatically back up files to Google drive using the open-source package google-drive-ocamlfuse and the cron utility.

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Using Ansible playbook to install Docker on Centos 7

Introduction Docker is a containerization engine and platform that encapsulates application code along with all of its dependencies inside a container. Containers are like virtual machines but they are more portable, more lightweight, and more dependent on the host operating system. Please do check out our extensive series of posts on docker. In this article, we […]

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LibreOffice 7.0.4 Office Suite Released with More Than 110 Bug Fixes

Source: Linuxtoday.com

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Remove all comment in WordPress

If you want to remove all comment fields in wordpress go into your theme directory and and open functions.php add this code (I’d suggest at the bottom of the file)

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After Rocky Linux, We Have Another RHEL Fork in Works to Replace CentOS

CloudLinux announced that they are also working on an open sourced, community fork of RHEL to replace CentOS.

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Rescuezilla 2.1 Makes It Easier to Extract Files from Backups, Based on Ubuntu 20.10

Rescuezilla 2.1 comes two months after version 2.0, but it’s not just a point release

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How Cirrus CLI uses Podman to achieve rootless builds

Use both Cirrus CLI and Podman to better manage and secure container environments for rootless builds.

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Distribution Release: NuTyX 20.12.0

NuTyX is a French Linux distribution (with multi-language support) built from Linux From Scratch and Beyond Linux From Scratch, with a custom package manager called “cards”. The project has published a new version with multiple supported desktop editi…

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Rocky Linux – True CentOS Replacement – Everything you need to know

The creator of CentOS started planning for a new Linux Distribution called Rocky Linux.

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How To Resolve The Most Common Internet Connectivity Problems

Nowadays, everyone uses the internet daily. It helps keep people connected to one another wherever they are and allows them to easily carry out daily tasks. It is not just for personal use, though; businesses also rely heavily on internet connections t…

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Linux 5.10 Released

Linus Torvalds: Ok, here it is – 5.10 is tagged and pushed out.

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 896

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: TTOS Linux 1.1.2News: CentOS Linux being phased out for CentOS Stream, openSUSE running on the PinePhone, Tails changing their ISO verification process, changes coming to UniventionQuestions and answers: Restor…

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Development Release: Mageia 8 Beta 2

Yves Brungard has announced that the second beta build of the upcoming Mageia 8 release is ready for testing: “We are happy to announce the release of Mageia 8 beta 2. After a long time since beta 1, we look forward to hearing your feedback and though…

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Enterprise Java Transformation Continues with Jakarta EE 9

Java EE is history as open-source developers advance the open-source Jakarta EE platform with a major update.

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