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Raspberry Pi Powered BMO Is a Custom Adventure Time TV

Sunday 10th of October 2021 07:07:29 AM
It all started when Brandon Withrow created a replica of The Simpson’s family TV that plays episodes of the classic cartoon. The idea took the Raspberry Pi community by storm and makers everywhere have started making their own cartoon-themed TV projects. Today the adventure continues as we have this awesome BMO-themed TV project to share created by a maker known on Reddit as Davidforthewynne.

FFmpeg Command Tutorial For Beginners

Sunday 10th of October 2021 06:02:49 AM
This guide explains how to use FFmpeg multimedia framework to do various audio, video transcoding and conversion operations with examples.

How to Password Protect Directories on Nginx (Ubuntu 18.04)

Sunday 10th of October 2021 03:51:18 AM
Learn how to password protect any directory or subdirectory in nginx on Ubuntu 18.04

How to Upgrade Apache to Latest Version on Ubuntu 20.04

Sunday 10th of October 2021 01:39:47 AM
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to Upgrade the Apache webserver on Ubuntu 20.04.

How to use this unique method of securing SSH

Saturday 9th of October 2021 11:28:16 PM
The other day I was thinking of ways to secure SSH that were a bit outside the norm. Let's face it, we've all configured SSH in /etc/ssh/sshd_config and /etc/ssh/ssh_config. We've blocked root login, we've set SSH to a non-standard port, we've installed fail2ban, and we've enabled SSH key authentication. What more can we do?

openSUSE Tumbleweed Now Offering GNOME 41

Saturday 9th of October 2021 09:16:45 PM
While openSUSE is known for their friendliness towards the KDE desktop, this week’s openSUSE Tumbleweed updates have made GNOME 41 available on this rolling-release distribution.

Improving test coverage for cameras in KernelCI

Saturday 9th of October 2021 07:05:14 PM
Put simply, libcamera is a library that handles acquiring, configuring and capturing frames from a camera. Camera pipelines have become increasingly complex, and traditionally this complexity has been exposed by the kernel through the V4L2 APIs, for applications to deal with directly. libcamera is the layer in-between V4L2 and the application so that camera handling can become simple. Here's a look at recent work to improve testing in libcamera and automating it through KernelCI.

Want to support Firefox? Great, you'll have no problem with personalised, sponsored search suggestions then

Saturday 9th of October 2021 04:53:42 PM
Mozilla is trialing personalized advertising in its Firefox Suggest feature, along with sponsored search results, with users told that it "helps fund Firefox development." Firefox Suggest was first introduced last month in Firefox 92, billed as "a new discovery feature that is built directly into the browser."

KeenWrite – Java-based desktop text editor

Saturday 9th of October 2021 02:42:11 PM
KeenWrite is a Java-based desktop text editor with live preview, string interpolation, and formulas.

Feren OS 2021.10 Comes with Some Visual Improvements

Saturday 9th of October 2021 12:30:40 PM
Feren OS is a Linux distribution with focus on visual aesthetics, user interface and user experience. Now Feren OS have just released their latest snapshot to their user friendly distribution bringing us to version 2020.11. So let’s jump right in and have a look at what’s new.

Flatpak 1.12 Released with Better Support for the Steam Linux Runtime Mechanism, More

Saturday 9th of October 2021 10:19:09 AM
Alexander Larsson released today Flatpak 1.12 as the newest stable series of this open-source and powerful Linux application sandboxing and distribution framework for modern GNU/Linux distributions.

How to Install MongoDB on AlmaLinux 8

Saturday 9th of October 2021 08:07:37 AM
MongoDB is an open-source document-oriented NoSQL database. This tutorial shows you how to install MongoDB on AlmaLinux 8.

How to Install Redis Server on Debian 11

Saturday 9th of October 2021 05:56:06 AM
Redis is a free, open-source, cross-platform NoSQL, and in-memory Key-value data structure store, used as a database server, cache, and message broker. In this tutorial, I will explain how to install the Redis server on Debian 11.

3 new features of the latest OpenPGP.js version

Saturday 9th of October 2021 03:44:35 AM
OpenPGP.js is a cryptography library that implements the OpenPGP standard, most commonly used for email encryption. ProtonMail, Mailvelope, and FlowCrypt all use OpenPGP.js, to name a few. That means the OpenPGP.js library encrypts millions of users' messages.

How to Configure Static IP Address on Ubuntu 20.04

Saturday 9th of October 2021 01:33:04 AM
A static or fixed IP address is an IP address that does not change. Whether you reboot your device or home router, your device with a static IP address will get the same IP address.

Nethogs – Monitor Linux Network Traffic Usage Per Process

Friday 8th of October 2021 11:21:33 PM
There are tons of open-source network monitoring tools available for the Linux operating systems on the web. Say, you can use the iftop command to monitor bandwidth usage, netstat command, or ss command to see reports on interface statistics, or top command to watch running process on your system.

How to Install & Configure GitLab on Debian 11 Bullseye

Friday 8th of October 2021 10:07:13 PM
In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install GitLab on your Debian 11 Bullseye system, along with how to get started by logging in with root so you can begin setting up GitLab to your liking or for your team’s requirements.

How to Install PostgreSQL and pgAdmin4 on Ubuntu 20.04

Friday 8th of October 2021 08:52:53 PM
This tutorial shows you how to install the PostgreSQL database server on Ubuntu 20.04. Then we install pgadmin 4, an easy-to-use administration frontend for postgres.

KDE Connect vs. Warpinator: Which Is Best for File Transfers?

Friday 8th of October 2021 07:51:21 PM
Cloud storage has made the task of transferring files wirelessly simple enough to happen automatically in the background. But is it really worth giving some company access to your files just to move them from one machine to another, often in the same building? Sometimes even the same room!

The Linux Foundation and Fintech Open Source Foundation Announce Keynote Speakers for Open Source Strategy Forum New York 2021

Friday 8th of October 2021 06:49:49 PM
The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, along with co-host Fintech Open Source Foundation (FINOS), a nonprofit whose mission is to accelerate adoption of open source software, standards and best practices in financial services, today announced keynote speakers for Open Source Strategy Forum New York (OSSF).

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6 Best Command Line Music Players for Linux in 2021

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Stable Kernels: 5.14.13, 5.10.74, 5.4.154, 4.19.212, 4.14.251, 4.9.287, and 4.4.289

I'm announcing the release of the 5.14.13 kernel.

All users of the 5.14 kernel series must upgrade.

The updated 5.14.y git tree can be found at:
	git:// linux-5.14.y
and can be browsed at the normal git web browser:


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Read more Also: Linux 5.10.74 Linux 5.4.154 Linux 4.19.212 Linux 4.14.251 Linux 4.9.287 Linux 4.4.289

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