| by Scott Kilroy

First Arch Linux ISO Release Powered by Linux Kernel 5.11 Is Here, Download Now

It’s the first Arch Linux ISO release to be powered by the latest and greatest Linux kernel 5.11 series.

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How to Set or Change Hostname in Linux

Creating and deploying human-readable hostnames is easy. Here’s how to do it.

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Distribution Release: Emmabuntüs DE3-1.04

Patrick d’Emmabuntüs has announced the release of Emmabuntüs DE3-1.04, an updated build of the project’s lightweight, Debian-based distribution designed primarily for refurbished computers: “The Emmabuntüs Collective is happy to announce the release o…

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Fail2ban Bans Hosts That Cause Multiple Authentication Errors

Free and open source software to ban problematic hosts.

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Five Tips to Boost the Performance of Your Apache Web Server

Make sure your web server performs at the best of its capacity according to your (or your client’s) needs.

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Three Best Linux Distros For Students: Options You Can Try Right Now!

With thousands of Linux distros that all serve different purposes, what are the best options for students?

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How to Run the Raspberry Pi Os in a Virtual Machine with Qemu and KVM

Perform tests or try applications without having a physical Raspberry Pi machine.

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First Linux Kernel 5.12 Release Candidate Is Now Available for Public Testing

Now showing: an early taste of the new features and improvements from the upcoming Linux kernel 5.12 series.

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Getting Started with CrowdSec – Open-Source Security Automation Tool

CrowdSec leverages local IP behavior detection with a community-powered IP reputation system.

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Ubuntu 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) Enters Feature Freeze, Beta Expected on April 1st

“Ubuntu Testing Week” will take place between March 4-11, intended for those who want to help with the testing.

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Manjaro ARM 21.02 Released with Xfce 4.16 and KDE Plasma 5.21 by Default

Xfce 4.16 is a massive update that offers a huge performance boost compared to Xfce 4.14.

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“I Chose Openshot as My Linux Video Editing Software of Choice”

Here’s why the Python-based video editing software is the choice of opensource.com’s Seth Kenlon, and should be yours, too.

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How to Read Column Data from a Text File in a Bash Shell Script

This tutorial describes how to read and and store columns from a file into separate variables for further processing.

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Mageia 8 is Now Available with Linux 5.10 LTS

The latest release of Mageia includes improved graphics support for both AMD and NVIDIA GPUs.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 Laptop Is Now Available with Fedora Linux

The ultra-thin, stylish, and powerful mobile workstation with Fedora Linux 33 is available right now.

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How to Create an RPM Package From a Tarball

Here’s a step-by-step procedure for building an RPM package from a tar file using the rpmbuild command.

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Copy File Contents into Clipboard without Displaying Its Contents

How to use Xclip and Xsel programs in Linux.

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How to Install and Use GVM Vulnerability Scanner on Ubuntu 20.04

GVM also called "Greenbone Vulnerability Management" is an open-source vulnerability scanning and management software that provides a set of network vulnerability tests to find security holes in systems and applications.

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Linux Lite 5.4 Will Be Based on Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS, Release Candidate Ready for Testing

The user-friendly distro aims to bring more ex-Windows users to the Linux and open source ecosystem.

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7 Best Tips to Ensure Computer Security

When it comes to security, people will do just about anything to keep their dwellings and belongings safe. From padlocks to sophisticated security camera systems, security is not taken lightly in a typical household or business. Unfortunately, the same…

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