Alpine Linux 3.6.0 has been released

May 26 11:59am nixCraft
Alpine Linux version 3.6 has been released. Alpine Linux is built around musl libc and busybox. This makes it smaller and more resource efficient than traditional GNU/Linux distributions. A container requires no more than 8 MB, and a minimal installation to disk requires around 130 MB of storage. Not only do you get a fully-fledged Linux environment but a large selection of packages from the repository. Alpine Linux was designed with security in mind. The kernel is patched with an unofficial port of grsecurity/PaX, and all userland binaries are compiled as Position Independent Executables (PIE) with stack smashing protection. These proactive security features prevent exploitation of entire classes of zero-day and other vulnerabilities.
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S10E12 Needy Expensive Spiders - Ubuntu Podcast

May 26 10:00am Ubuntu Podcast
We discuss going to Linux Fest North West and interview Brian Douglass about uAppExplorer and OpenStore. We’ve got some command line love and we go over your feedback. It’s Season Ten Episode Twelve of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark… Read more ›...
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Kubuntu: Enable write access to Windows Phone

May 26 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
I've written a short tutorial explaining how to enable write support for Windows devices like the Windows Phone in KDE/Plasma-based distributions using the ntfs-config utility. Read on.
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VLC 2.2.6 Released with 3 Bugs Fixed [How to Install]

May 25 10:51am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
The VideoLAN team rolled out the new VLC media player 2.2.6 release, less than two weeks after the last VLC 2.2.5 (& 2.2.5.1), with only 3 bugs fixed. VLC 2.2.6 fixed following bugs in the previous release: Fixed the systematic green line video output on NVIDIA devices. Fixed direct3d SPU texture offsets handling Demuxer: Fixed […]...
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nload Monitor Linux Network Bandwidth Usage in Real Time

May 25 3:44am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
nload is a command-line tool to keep an eye on network traffic and bandwidth usage in real time. It helps you to monitor incoming and outgoing traffic using graphs and provides additional information such......
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How to Exit a File in Vi / Vim Editor in Linux

May 25 2:32am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
In this article, we will learn how to exit Vi/Vim (after referred to as Vim) text editor using simple commands. In a previous article, we explained a simple tip on how to save a......
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7 Awesome ChatOps Open Source Software For Conversation-driven Development and Management

May 24 12:38pm nixCraft
A software bot is nothing but a set of scripts or an independent program that connects to web services or chat services as a client to perform automated functions. Often, bots are deployed from a server. It runs in background and performer various activities such as giving out information, providing an answer to common questions, … Continue reading 7 Awesome ChatOps Open Source Software For Conversation-driven Development and Management ...
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LiVES Video Editor 2.8.6 Released! How to Install it via PPA

May 24 10:21am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
LiVES video editing system and VJ tool has reached the 2.8.6 release earlier today with performance improvements and various bug-fixes. LiVES 2.8.6 changelog: Remove dependency on (deprecated) GLee. Show audio as volume levels in Clip Editor. Performance improvements for multitrack playback. Ensure that timeline track backgrounds are painted in multitrack (regression). Properly expand text width […]...
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BlankOn 10 Tambora See Whats New

May 24 9:44am Linux Scoop
BlankOn 10 tambora is the latest release of Linux Blankon. Linux BlankOn is a Linux distribution developed by the BlankOn Developer Team. This distribution is designed and adapted to the needs of the general computer user in Indonesia. BlankOn Linux is developed openly and together to produce a typical Linux distro of Indonesia, especially for […] The post BlankOn 10 Tambora – See What’s New appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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Activities Activities Activities

May 24 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
Your desktop will never be the same. Or will it? In my latest OCS-Mag article, we're exploring Plasma Activites, that weird multi-dimensional thingie what no one really understands. Let us unravel the mystery.
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Machma - Enables to Run Multiple Commands Parallel in Linux

May 24 6:57am LinOxide
In order to fully utilize computing power, jobs can be run in parallel. For example, re-sizing of images sequentially takes a lot of time, On the other hand re-sizing of multiple images in parallel makes better use of multi-core CPU and therefore is much faster. Machma makes it very easy to execute tasks in parallel […] The post Machma - Enables to Run Multiple Commands Parallel in Linux appeared first on LinOxide.
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How to Configure Thunderbird with iRedMail for Samba4 AD Part 13

May 24 2:34am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
This tutorial will guide you on how to configure Mozilla Thunderbird client with an iRedMail server in order to send and receive mail via IMAPS and SMTP submission protocols, how to setup contacts database......
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Intel Euclid: Ideal platform for Robotics and Ubuntu Linux powers it

May 23 1:54pm nixCraft
Intel announced Euclid development kit for robotics. It is Ubuntu Linux 16.04 based system. One can run, monitor and manage their robotics apps with the web interface. The software works with any ROS-based (Robotics Operating System) robot such as Arduino to build sensing capabilities in your project. You can use sensors and cameras to control a robot.
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MKVToolNix 12.0.0 Released with Important Bug Fix [How-to Install]

May 23 11:59am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
MKVToolNix 12.0.0 was released a few days ago. It features one rather important bug fix in the HEVC/h.265 code that can result in invalid files. All users are recommended to upgrade. MKVToolNix 12.0.0 new features: Ctrl+Shift+Space now toggle the selection of the current item in all tree views (multiple selections are allowed). chapter editor: added […]...
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Install Simplenote in Ubuntu made easy via Snap

May 22 1:12pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Simplenote, a note-taking application with markdown support, now is available in Ubuntu Linux via Snap package for Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04 and higher. Simplenote is a free cross-platform note-taking application that features: Markdown with previews and extensive syntax support. instant notes syncing across devices (Linux, web, Android, Mac, Windows and iOS) a tagging system and […]...
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How to Setup Elastix 5 PBX Unified Communication Server on Linux

May 22 8:26am LinOxide
Elastix is an Asterisk-based open source PBX application used for setting up unified communications. The unified communication that Elastix promises contains the telephony functionality, instant messaging, mail server, fax server, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communication, and also video conference. The Elastix O/S platform is created and maintained by IT professionals who program new features, […] The post How to Setup Elastix 5 PBX Unified Communication Server on Linux appeared first on LinOxide.
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Book Review: "Red Notice" by Bill Browder

May 22 8:09am Das U-Blog by Prashanth
Recently, I was able to read the book Red Notice by Bill Browder. It is a detailed exposition of his career in finance, specifically his interests and investments in Russia (as well as other parts of Eastern Europe earlier in his career). He discusses how he and his business partners were able to find so many amazing investment opportunities in Eastern Europe after the fall of the USSR just because few other people had seriously considered those countries for investment. This leads to his company being the victim of fraud perpetrated by corrupt government officials and oligarchs in Russia, and once his business partners and lawyers come under threat from governmental and extrajudicial shakedowns, he turns his focus away from his investment company and toward the broader issue of human rights abuses in Russia, thereby going from a friend to an enemy of Vladimir Putin.The book, though it may seem long due to the page count, is a fast-paced, gripping tale of intrigue and suspense, reading so much like a James Bond-esque spy thriller novel that it is easy to forget that this is all a true story. It was also enjoyable for me to read this because I hadn't really given much thought to the issues of economic inequality, oligarchy, and investment in Russia after the Cold War, and I certainly hadn't considered it from the perspective of a financier who could make both friends and enemies in high places.What's more interesting to me is to consider that at the beginning of his career (as the story is mostly a chronological account of his career), his actions are essentially amoral, being driven primarily by greed; his exposure of the fraudulent practices of corrupt government officials and oligarchs in Russia was driven not by high-minded morality but by his desire to ensure the success of his company and to do right by his investors/business partners who were counting on him. In a sense, there may have been a weird tribal morality that one could associate with his close kinship with his business partners and his initial desire to push forward with exposing such corruption despite the high personal and business risks of doing so. This is further justified by considering that his focus turns away from his company and toward broader issues of human rights abuses when his business partners and lawyers start becoming targets of extrajudicial shakedowns, most notably includi...
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Rejection report 4: BunsenLabs Linux & deepin

May 22 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
I wanna know what love is, I want you to boot. I wanna what Linux does, I want you to give you this short, quick report featuring results from some more failed testing of several Linux distributions. Part 4: BunsenLab Linux and Deepin, including attempts to run from USB drives and optical media. Take a look.
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RaspAnd Marshmallow 6.0.1 Build 170521 for Raspberry Pi 3/2 now with Google Play Store, Aptoide, Aptoide TV, Kodi 17.1 and SnapTube

May 22 3:02am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
*NEWS 170521 about RaspAnd Marshmallow 6.0.1* I’ve made a new extra updated version of *RaspAnd Marshmallow*. In this version I’ve included *Kodi...
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Install Visual Studio Code IDE Easily via Snap in Ubuntu

May 20 12:12pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
MicroSoft’s Visual Studio Code IDE now is super easy to install in Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04, and higher via the Snap package format. David Callé announced the availability of Visual Studio Code as a Snap a day ago: Launched in 2015 by Microsoft, Visual Studio Code has imposed itself as one of the preferred code […]...
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How to Install Parrot Security OS 3.1 on VMware Workstation

May 20 9:30am Linux Scoop
In this video tutorial we’ll learn how to install Parrot Security OS 3.1 (ParrotSec 3.1) on VMware Workstation/Player step by step. This tutorial is also helpful for installing Parrot OS 3.1 on physical computer or laptop. After installing Parrot OS, we’ll also install VMware Tools for better performance and usability. What is Parrot Security OS? […] The post How to Install Parrot Security OS 3.1 on VMware Workstation appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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CloudReady - Chromebook re-experienced

May 20 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
La-la-laaaa, la-la-la-la-la-la-la-cloud. Here comes Speedy Review of CloudReady, a Linux edition based on Google Chromium OS, intended for use on hardware other than Chromebooks, including virtual machine preparation and setup, Google account sign in, installation, look & feel, basic usage, applications, settings, limitations, and more. Should be fun, in an ethereal sort of way.
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RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.2 for Raspberry Pi 3 and Pi 2 Build 170519 with Kodi 17.1, Aptoide TV, VLC, SnapTube and Termux

May 20 2:57am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
*NEWS 170519 ABOUT RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.2* I have finally managed to make a version of *RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.2* (http://raspex.exton.se/?p=580), which...
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Book Review: Relayd and Httpd Mastery

May 19 2:14pm nixCraft
The httpd server is a web server with FastCGI and TLS support. The relayd is a free and open source load-balancer and web-proxy server. One can use httpd and relayd to run a static website, blog, a PHP base application and so on using OpenBSD, FreeBSD, TrueOS, and HardenedBSD operating system. The book Relayd and Httpd Mastery talks about web server, distribute traffic between backends, running dynamic web sites, php based web apps, securing and optimizing web server, LibreSSL based modern cryptography library, TLS/SSL support and load-balancing your web traffic across multiple servers.
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OpenShot 2.3.3 Released! How to Install it via PPA in Ubuntu

May 19 12:15pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
OpenShot video editor 2.3.3 was released earlier today with many serious stability fixes. The official PPA has updated for all current Ubuntu releases. OpenShot 2.3.3 fixed up to 25 top crashes and errors. Changes in Openshot 2.3.3 include: Fixed SpaceMovie 3D animated title alpha key frames Fixed bug when selecting effect on a clip Fixed […]...
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How to understand bikers

May 19 9:45am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
A few long time members know me as the one of the very few full time bikers that uses gnu/linux full time on this forum. I found this article over...
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Wireless printers & security

May 19 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
I thought you might be worried - worried? - about the security of your ... printer. So, here's a tutorial explaining how to harden and secure Wireless printers - and other IoT devices - including initial setup, services like Wi-Fi Direct, AirPrint, Internet Printing Protocol (IPP), Bonjour, Google Cloud Print, secure and insecure connections, certificates, default usernames and passwords, firmware updates, other tips and tricks, and more. Have fun.
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How to Install Consul Server on Ubuntu 16

May 19 3:30am LinOxide
In this article, we are going to show you the installation and configuration of Consul server on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Consul a solution for service discovery and configuration management system which is completely distributed, highly available, and scales to thousands of nodes and services across multiple datacenters. It helps finding services applications requirements like database, […] The post How to Install Consul Server on Ubuntu 16 appeared first on LinOxide.
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How to Install Mesa 17.1.0 via PPA in Ubuntu 16.04, 17.04

May 18 11:24am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
The latest Mesa 3D graphics library 17.1.0, which was released a week ago, now is backported for Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 17.04 via “Ubuntu-X” team PPA. Mesa 17.1.0 implements the OpenGL 4.5 API, but the version reported by glGetString(GL\_VERSION) or glGetIntegerv(GL\_MAJOR\_VERSION) / glGetIntegerv(GL\_MINOR\_VERSION) depends on the particular driver being used. Some drivers don’t support all […]...
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S10E11 Flaky Noxious Rainstorm - Ubuntu Podcast

May 18 10:00am Ubuntu Podcast
We talk about getting older and refusbishing ZX Spectrums. Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE are “apps” in the Windows Store. Android has a new modular base, Fuscia has a new UI layer, HP laptops come pre-installed with a keylogger, many people… Read more ›...
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A Quick Update

May 17 4:31pm Everyday Linux User
Some of you will be aware that I haven't posted on this site for a little while.I haven't given up on the site. On the contrary I have been working on moving the site away from the current blogger platform to a Wordpress site.Moving all the articles is taking some time because the import routine for Wordpress isn't exactly the best.This could take me another month to complete but once I have the benefits are that the front page will be cleaner and you will be able to see more results straight away which is something some of my readers have brought to my attention.The new site will also stop formatting issues on phones and tablets and it will stop blank spaces appearing in funny places in the articles that I write.Sorry for the delay but rest assured I am working hard to get the new site up and running as soon as possible.
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mycli: Awesome MySQL/MariaDB mysql client with auto-completion and syntax highlighting

May 17 12:53pm nixCraft
I already wrote about auto-completion in the MySQL/MaiaDB command-line client using an auto-rehash feature. Recently I found out a new tool called mycli. It is a command line interface for MySQL, MariaDB, and Percona with auto-completion and syntax highlighting.
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Make Gnome 3 Look Like Mac OS X in Ubuntu 17.04, 16.10

May 17 12:12pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Along with a few Gnome Shell extensions, you can now easily make Gnome Desktop look like Mac OS X with ‘Gnome-OSX’, a gnome-specific GTK3 theme. Gnome-OSX is initially based on the Arc-theme-files. The goal is to implement the feel of OSX on the gnome-applications. The theme mainly features: Nautilus with blurred sidebar. Same theming across […]...
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How to edit Gnome themes - Tutorial

May 17 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
I've written a tutorial explaining how to edit Gnome themes, including basic overview of architecture and configuration files, HTML/CSS model, tweaks and changes, ergonomic considerations, and more. Take a look.
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How to Setup Postal a Mail Server for Incoming & Outgoing Email

May 17 7:38am LinOxide
Postal is a complete and fully featured Open source mail delivery server for use by websites & web servers. It was developed by aTech Media to serve their own mail processing requirements but later on, they decided that it should be released as an open source project for the community. It is increasingly common for […] The post How to Setup Postal a Mail Server for Incoming & Outgoing Email appeared first on LinOxide.
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Red Hat Announces OpenShift.io

May 16 5:33pm Linux Magazine News (path: lmi_news)
Red Hat takes its IDE online.
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Microsoft Bakes Linux in Windows Server

May 16 5:31pm Linux Magazine News (path: lmi\_news)
Microsoft is slowly becoming a Linux vendor.
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Is my Linux server or desktop affected by WannaCrypt ransomware?

May 16 11:31am nixCraft
From my mailbag: Dear nixCraft, I run a Debian Linux 8.x on my Desktop and Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS on my Linode cloud server for my personal website. I am concerned that my Linux is affected by the recent Wannacrypt malware. I am reading about a ransomware attack, what do I need to do? Should I be worried? --Concerned Linux User...
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RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.2 for Raspberry Pi 3 and Pi 2 Build 170516 with Kodi 17.1, Aptoide TV, SnapTube and Termux

May 16 11:22am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
*ABOUT* *RaspAnd Nougat 7.1.2 Build 170516* is an Android (http://www.android.com/) 7.1.2 Nougat (https://www.android.com/versions/nougat-7-0/)...
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Useful host Command Examples for Querying DNS Lookups

May 16 6:52am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Host command is a minimal and easy-to-use CLI utility for performing DNS lookups which translate domain names to IP addresses and vice versa. It can also be used to list and verify various types......
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Enable Shell theme in Gnome Tweak Tool in Ubuntu

May 15 1:53pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
This quick tutorial is going to show Gnome Desktop beginners how to enable the ‘Shell theme’ drop-down box in the Gnome Tweak Tool. A Gnome Shell theme changes shell buttons, colors, panels, etc. The setting is disabled by default in Gnome Tweak Tool, and you’ll see the prompt “Shell user-theme extension not enabled” when you […]...
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Change document background color in MS Office Online

May 15 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
Here's a short, important tutorial on how to change the background color in Microsoft Office Online documents to a more ergonomically friendly value using right-click element inspection HTML and CSS tweaks. Better color, better productivity. Enjoy.
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Show a Custom Message to Users Before Linux Server Shutdown

May 15 4:52am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
In a previous article, we explained the difference between shutdown, poweroff, halt and reboot Linux commands, where we uncovered what these mentioned commands actually do when you execute them with various options. This article......
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How to Install Plasma 5.9.5 in Ubuntu 17.04, 5.8.6 in Ubuntu 16.04

May 15 12:50am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
The latest KDE Plasma Desktop 5.9.5 and 5.8.6 LTS were finally made into backports PPA. Plasma 5.9.5 is available for (K)Ubuntu 17.04, and Plasma 5.8.6 LTS is available for (K)Ubuntu 16.04. Plasma 5.9.5 release highlights: Plastik window decoration now supports global menu. Media Controller can now properly handle and seek long tracks (> 30 minutes). […]...
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ANGRYsearch - Super Quick File Search Desktop Tool on Linux

May 14 10:00pm LinOxide
ANGRYsearch is a linux file search utility that attempts to emulate 'Everything Search Engine' that is available in Windows. ANGRYsearch displays result as you type the file name or directories. ANGRYsearch is written in python 3 using PyQt5 for GUI. This tutorial covers installation and usages of this tool, a python based fast search utility […] The post ANGRYsearch - Super Quick File Search Desktop Tool on Linux appeared first on LinOxide.
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iPhones, Linux and Service Discovery

May 14 1:25pm LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
Service Discovery Service discovery refers to the process of getting additional information about resources in a distributed (e.g. networked)...
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Deluge 1.3.15 Released! Install it in Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 & Higher

May 13 11:09am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Deluge BitTorrent client 1.3.15 was released a day ago with various fixes. Web UI users are highly recommended to upgrade to this release due to a security fix. Deluge 1.3.15 changelog: Fix issues with displaying libtorrent single proxy. Fix libtorrent 1.2 trackers crashing Deluge UIs. Fix error in torrent priorities causing file priority mismatch in […]...
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How to Integrate iRedMail Roundcube with Samba4 AD DC Part 12

May 13 2:53am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Roundcube, one of the most used webmail user agent in Linux, offers a modern web interface for end users to interact with all mail services in order to read, compose and send e-mails. Roundcube......
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How to Install VLC 2.2.5 in Ubuntu 16.04, 14.04

May 12 12:51pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
VLC media player 2.2.5 was released recently with a great number of improvements. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 14.04, and Ubuntu 16.04. It has been almost one year since the last VLC 2.2.4 was released on June 2016. VLC 2.2.5 features: Fix green line rendering on Windows with AMD drivers Fix mp3 playback […]...
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Okular - An eye for an eye

May 12 8:00am Dedoimedo RSS
D-do-docu-okular. I've reviewed Okular, the PDF reader for the KDE/Plasma desktop. All that more, in the next chapter of ... I mean, in my latest OCS-Mag article. Have fun.
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Understanding Shutdown, Poweroff, Halt and Reboot Commands in Linux

May 12 4:32am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
In this article, we will explain to you the difference between shutdown, poweroff, halt and reboot Linux commands. We will make clear what they actually do when you execute them with available options. If......
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How To Fix The UID Issue

May 12 12:22am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
There's nothing more irritating than not being able to mount your other drives while your booted into your favorite distro. This has happened...
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GIMP 2.8.22 Released with Various Fixes [Ubuntu PPA]

May 11 8:46pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
GIMP, The GNU Image Manipulation Program, got another maintenance release for the 2.8 series a few hours ago with drawing performance improvement and 10 years old CVE bug fixed. GIMP 2.8.22 release highlights: improve drawing performance in single window mode, especially with pixmap themes Fix CVE bug in the ICO plug-in which allowed context-dependent attackers […]...
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ViewTool Ginkgo USB-CAN Interface Adapter

May 11 8:34pm LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
It's been a few years... My most recent undertaking is an idea that's been done plenty of times before, but I want to do my own version of it....
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S10E10 Miniature Blushing Steel - Ubuntu Podcast

May 11 10:00am Ubuntu Podcast
This week we interview Joey Sneddon, editor of OMG! Ubuntu! We also discuss ripping audio from an Android app, removing dust from a PC, bring you some GUI Love and go over your feedback. It’s Season Ten Episode Ten of… Read more ›...
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Whats New in Deepin 15.4

May 11 9:53am Linux Scoop
Deepin 15.4 is the latest release of the Debian-based deepin Linux distribution. This release features latest vers version of Deepin Desktop 4 as default desktop environment and introduce new brand Control Center that makes it easier for users to set up various general settings for the desktop and the rest of the system, and a […] The post What’s New in Deepin 15.4 appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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Whats New in Ubuntu MATE 17.04

May 11 9:49am Linux Scoop
Ubuntu MATE 17.04 official Ubuntu flavor featuring the MATE desktop environment has been released and announced by Ubuntu MATE Developer, Martin Wimpress. This release features the latest MATE 1.18.0 desktop environment, which has been completely ported to the GTK+ 3 technologies. Ubuntu MATE 17.04 is powered by the same updated kernel and graphics stack as […] The post What’s New in Ubuntu MATE 17.04 appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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How to Delete HUGE (100-200GB) Files in Linux

May 11 2:55am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Usually, to delete/remove a file from Linux terminal, we use the rm command (delete files), shred command (securely delete a file), wipe command (securely erase a file) or secure-deletion toolkit (a collection of secure......
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Whats New in Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus

May 11 2:26am Linux Scoop
Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus has been released and announced by canonical, it now ready to download. This release ships with Unity 7.5 as default desktop environment include unity 8 as alternative login session, powered by the latest stable Linux 4.10 kernel series, and ships with an up-to-date graphics stack based on X.Org Server 1.19.3 and […] The post What’s New in Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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viddl - Command Line tool to Edit (cut, crop and resize) Video Clips

May 11 1:19am LinOxide
Viddl is a ruby command line utility that can be used to download video from youtube. You can easily download, cut, crop and resize video clips using Viddl. In this tutorial, we will see how to install Viddl on CentOS 7. Then we will see how to downlaod, cut, crop and resize youtube video using […] The post viddl - Command Line tool to Edit (cut, crop and resize) Video Clips appeared first on LinOxide.
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