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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 912

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Venom Linux 20210312News: Oracle loses court case over copyrighting APIs, FreeBSD developers debate FTP service in core and increase support for ARM64, Debian’s Project Leader elections underwayQuestions and an…

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| by Scott Kilroy

How to Install and Configure an NFS Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Learn how to set up an NFSv4 Server on Ubuntu 20.04.

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The April 2021 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the April 2021 issue. 

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10 Awesome gedit Text Editor Features to Make You More Productive

10 cool gedit features which you probably not aware of, until now.

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GNOME 41 Desktop Environment Slated for Release on 9/22/21

The GNOME Project is already working on the next major version, GNOME 41.

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Smart Ways You Can Enjoy A Better Movie Experience In Your Home

Sometimes the best option to relax after a stressful workday is to sit back on your couch and enjoy a great movie either by yourself or in company with others. Every day, more people are getting interested in investing their money into improving their …

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Clusterssh – Administer multiple ssh or rsh shells simultaneously

Sponsored Link The command opens an administration console and an xterm to all specified hosts. Any text typed into the administration console is replicated to all windows. All windows may also be typed into directly. This tool is intended for (but not limited to) cluster administration where the same configuration or commands must be run […]

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How to Create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate

Source: LinOxide

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Setting Up UEFI HTTP Boot with libvirt

Overcome the limitations of TFTP when imaging by switching to UEFI and HTTP management.

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Show CPU Details Beautifully in Linux Terminal with CPUFetch

Display CPU details beautifully with ASCII art.

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Understanding the Linux Virtual Directory Structure

Dive into the Linux virtual directory system and explore what is contained within.

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Enable H264 on Chromium and Firefox in Fedora Silverblue

This guide explains how to install multimedia codecs to enable H264 on Chromium and Firefox in Fedora Silverblue 33.

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How to Create an SQS Queue on AWS Using Terraform

We will also add a policy that will allow all to send messages to the queue.

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How to Setup Traefik for Docker Containers on Ubuntu 20.04

We can also use Traefik as a HTTP load balancer for containers.

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How to Use the xargs Command in Linux

Learn how to use the xargs command to your advantage.

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FIRST LOOK: Firefox Proton is Almost Ready, Here’s What’s New and How to Enable

Let’s take a look at how Proton looks.

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5 Obscure but Useful Linux Commands for Sysadmins

The commands will creatively solve some of your nagging problems with pizzazz.

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Converting Multiple Markdown Files into HTML or Other Formats in Linux

Write in Markdown, publish in some other format? Absolutely.  Here’s how.

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How to create a user on Linux EC2 instance on AWS and add a public key to it using a shell script

Creating a user and adding a public key to it can be very tedious. In this article, we will see how this process can be automated using a shell script which can help us avoid human errors that can arise if we do the task manually.

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Doggo Is a DNS Lookup Utility with Colorful Output, DNS-over-TLS and DNS-over-HTTPS Support

Doggo is a modern command line DNS lookup utility similar to dig.

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