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AlmaLinux Beta Released, the CentOS Replacement Is Ready for Testing

AlmaLinux is released in beta with most RHEL packages and is ready for community testing.

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5 Most Notable Open Source Centralized Log Management Tools

Reliable log monitoring and management system is crucial in troubleshooting when there’s a system failure or an application behaves weirdly.

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Linux Malware Kobalos Backdoors Supercomputers

The malware has attacked supercomputers, high performance computer (HPC) clusters, and more.

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Red Hat Expands Free RHEL to Quell CentOS Kerfuffle

Free RHEL offering will expand to 16 servers while allowing production workloads.

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How to deploy Applications on Kubernetes using Helm

In this article, we will release Apache from the existing chart. We will create a sample chart and release, upgrade, rollback, delete and restore it. Let’s see the commands in brief before we use them in the article later.

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How Install Plex Media Server on Fedora

The post How Install Plex Media Server on Fedora appeared first on LinOxide.

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How to Install ReactJS on Ubuntu

Developed by Facebook in 2011, React (also referred to as ReactJS) is a Javascript library used for creating fast and interactive user interfaces. At the time of writing, it’s the most popular Javascript library
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Filmulator is a Simple, Open Source, Raw Image Editor for Linux Desktop

Filmulator gets to the root of what makes film so appealing: the development process.

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openSUSE Leap 15.1 Reached End of Life, Upgrade to openSUSE Leap 15.2 Now

Ver. 15.1 was released May 2019, so it’s time for an update.

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Fedora 34: New Features and Release Dates

What to expect out of Red Hat’s 34th iteration of the distro.

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Touche Is A New GUI To Configure Touchegg (Multi-touch Gesture Recognizer For Linux)

Quickly transforms the multi-touch gestures you make on your touchpad into various desktop actions.

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Debian Vs. Ubuntu

Debian and Ubuntu are the two names that Linux users hear from day one. Both of these are popular Linux distributions with a huge user base. One should know the differences and similarities before choosing any of these operating systems for personal or commercial purposes. If you have just arrived…

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How to Add a Signature to a PDF Document on Linux

Easily insert an image of a hand-written signature using Xournal.

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How to replay terminal sessions recorded with the Linux script command

Playback those recorded terminal sessions with the scriptreplay command.

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Elementary OS is Bringing Multi-Touch Gestures to the OS

User-friendly Linux distribution, elementary OS is working to make using the fan-favorite platform even better for laptops.

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Creating namespaces in Linux using unshare

Introduction In a previous post, we talked about how kernel namespaces and cgroups form the building blocks of containerization in Linux. In this article, we will explore namespaces in more depth by demonstrating some examples of creating namespaces using the unshare command.Namespaces use the clone(), unshare() and netns() system calls to allow different process hierarchies […]

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5 Most Notable Open Source Centralized Log Management Tools

Centralized logging, just like security, is a fundamental aspect of monitoring and sound management of core resources in an IT infrastructure including web applications and hardware devices. Competent operation teams always have in place
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How to Fix – bash: python: command not found Error

The post How to Fix – bash: python: command not found Error appeared first on LinOxide.

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 902

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Kwort 4.3.5, SulinOSNews: Serious sudo vulnerability patched, new Tails media published, Ubuntu tries Wayland as the default display manager, FreeBSD demotes i386Questions and answers: Qt licensing concernsRele…

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A Guide to Systemd Journal Maintenance [With Examples]

Manage your system logs with systemd’s many built-in features.

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