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The Newest and Most Innovative Gadgets You Should Know About

Technology has been one of the best advancements to happen to mankind. Technological gadgets have also bridged the gap that erstwhile existed in every sphere of life. This is because certain tasks that looked impossible can now be accomplished within a…

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How to Create Python 3 Virtual Environment on Ubuntu 20.04

The post How to Create Python 3 Virtual Environment on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on LinOxide.

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4 Open Source Log Monitoring and Management Tools for Linux

The post 4 Open Source Log Monitoring and Management Tools for Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .When an operating system such as Linux is running, there are many events happening and processes that run in the backgroun…

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 905

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Septor 2021News: Manjaro to be PinePhone’s default operating system, Slackware prepares for a new release, UBports unveils new Devices page, Mint urges users apply security updatesQuestions and answers: Using o…

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How to Measure the Average CPU Utilization of a Linux Process

sysstat measures the average CPU usage or CPU utilization of a process so you can to set a baseline.

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Development Release: FreeBSD 13.0-BETA3

Glen Barber has announced that the third BETA build of the upcoming FreeBSD 13.0 (scheduled for final release on 23 March) is now ready for testing: “The third BETA build of the 13.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available. A summary of changes since 1…

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Distribution Release: Netrunner 21.01

Netrunner 21.01, an updated version of the project’s desktop Linux distribution based on Debian’s “stable” branch, but featuring the latest LTS (long-term support) kernel, has been released: “The Netrunner team is happy to announce the release of Netr…

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Ubuntu 21.04 Is Now Powered by Linux 5.10 LTS, Wayland Enabled by Default

Good news for Ubuntu fans, as it looks like Linux kernel 5.10 LTS will be supported until December 2022.

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Not Comfortable Using youtube-dl in Terminal? Use These GUI Apps

Download video with these GUI apps built on top of youtube-dl.

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Two Big Banks Join Linux-Focused OIN to Combat Patent Assertion Entities

The Linux System that OIN protects includes not only the Linux kernel, but nearly 3,500 software packages that are considered essential to enterprise use of Linux.

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Weekend Watchlist – 10 Minutes with Linux Foundation’s Brian Behlendorf

How Linux Foundation projects are playing a key role in bringing open source’s security and accountability to COVID exposure notification apps. Only on eSpeaks, the eWeek video series.

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How to Add Ubuntu Host to Nagios Server using NRPE Plugin

The post How to Add Ubuntu Host to Nagios Server using NRPE Plugin appeared first on LinOxide.

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How to Use GDB to Debug Programs in Ubuntu 20.04

Here’s how to use this portable debugger with multiple languages including C/C++ and Fortran.

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Create NodeJS Virtual Environments Using Conda In Linux

Conda was initially created for Python programs, but we can use it for any language.

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How to Enable the Legacy Kickoff Menu in KDE Plasma 5.21

Use this guide to get back the old-style application launchers using a Widget from the KDE Store.

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Wayland on Wine: An Exciting First Update

Here’s an update on Collabora’s Wayland driver.

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To Infinity and Beyond: Linux and Open Source Go to Mars

Linux has come a long way from Linus Torvalds’s 386 desktop back in Helsinki in 1991.

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How to Setup PyDev for Eclipse IDE on Linux

Eclipse is used for Java development and supports PHP, Rust, C, C++, and other languages.

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Kodi 19 “Matrix” Open-Source Home Theater Released

After two years in development, here’s what’s new in Kodi’s nineteenth iteration.

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Completely Uninstall MySQL Server in Ubuntu

MySQL Server uninstalls present their own set of challenges.
Completely Uninstall MySQL Server in Ubuntu

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