| by Scott Kilroy

How to Install the NVIDIA Drivers on AlmaLinux 8

The Nvidia driver is needed by your NVIDIA Graphics GPU to function with better performance.

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| by Scott Kilroy

How to Create Your WordPress Developer Stack on OpenShift 4

Use tools like Nginx, Php-fpm, Phpmyadmin, Mariadb, Red Hat CodeReady, and Tekton.

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| by Scott Kilroy

How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication on Ubuntu

Crucial tutorial on basic security in an insecure world.

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| by Scott Kilroy

croc Is a Tool for Resumable, Encrypted File and Folder Transfers between Computers

The free and open source command line tool makes secure file transfers between computers.

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| by Scott Kilroy

A Brief Introduction to Ansible Roles for Linux System Administration

Use Ansible to automate repetitive tasks and then run them sequentially on all target systems.

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Looks Like Ubuntu 21.04 Will Offer a Hybrid GNOME 3.38 Desktop with GNOME 40 Apps

Want more good news? Ubuntu 21.04 will also offer several apps from the GNOME 40 stack.

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| by Scott Kilroy

How To Set Up Redis as a Cache for MySQL with PHP on Ubuntu 20.04

Using Redis with PHP and MySQL will improve your application performance because Redis stores data in RAM.

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No, Linux Mint is Not Going to Force Updates Like Windows

ItsFoss.com offers a reasoned rundown on how Linux Mint plans to encourage updates, and why updating makes good sense.

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| by Scott Kilroy

IPFire Linux Firewall Distro Now Offers WPA3 Client Support, Faster DNS Resolution

Distro adds a bunch of goodies for those who want to deploy IPFire as a Linux-powered hardened firewall on their machines.

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Distribution Release: Qubes OS 4.0.4

Andrew David Wong has announced the release of Qubes OS 4.0.4, an updated build of the project’s security-focused Linux distribution that provides a way to “compartmentalise” computing tasks into isolated compartments called “qubes”: “We are pleased t…

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| by Scott Kilroy

How to install Jenkins using a .war file on AWS EC2 Ubuntu 20.04 instance

Jenkins is an open-source Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment tool. In this article, we will install Jenkins using the .war file in Apache Tomcat.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:32:19

In the news: Elementary OS Offers Multi-Touch Gesture Support; Sudo Patch for Decade-Old Flaw; Slimbook Titan: Another New Linux Laptop; Golang Worm Targeting Linux Servers; Fileless Malware Attacks Linux Systems; Fileless Malware Attacks Linux Systems

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This month Graham reviews PeaZip, LibreSprite, NeoChat, Beaker, Giada, Thrive, Kurve, and much more!

Not content with reliving his youth through retro gaming, Graham recently used OpenSCAD to design and build a bike ramp to practice bike jumps in his garden!

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An ergonomic laptop keyboard

A first for laptops, Keyboardio Atreus offers an ergonomic, portable keyboard with customizable key programming.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:57

This month in Linux Voice.

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Gopher, Gemini, and the rise of the small Internet

The danger and irritations of the modern web have unleashed a movement dedicated to creating a safer and simpler alternative. The old Gopher network and the new Gemini protocol have emerged as building blocks for this new "small Internet."

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| by Scott Kilroy

Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:47

Arch Linux 2021.02.01 and MX Linux mx-19.3

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| by Scott Kilroy

Rendering images as text

If you need to display an image in the terminal or as plain HTML, a variety of smart tools can help with the conversion.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Simplify font selection with Font Manager

Font Manager makes it simpler to find the specific font you’re looking for and to compare font options side by side.

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We compare the Bash, Zsh, and fish shells

Don’t let your familiarity with the Bash shell stop you from exploring other options. We take a look at a pair of alternatives that are easy to install and easy to use: Zsh and fish.

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