Linux News for May 24, 2019
How to Check if a File or Directory Exists in Python (2019-05-24 19:00:00)
Linuxize: In Python, there are many different ways to check whether a file exists and determine the type of the file.
Tails 3.14 Anonymous Linux OS Adds Mitigations for the Intel MDS Vulnerabilities (2019-05-24 15:00:00)
softpedia: Tails 3.14 is here two months after the release of Tails 3.13 mainly to address the recently discovered MDS (Microarchitectural Data Sampling) security vulnerabilities in Intel microprocessors.
How to Install ArangoDB NoSQL Database on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (2019-05-24 14:00:00)
HowToForge: ArangoDB is a free and open source, NoSQL and multi-model database that provides all the database features that are needed for a modern web application.
How to Keep Ubuntu Up to Date (2019-05-24 13:00:00)
Updating Ubuntu OS is an easy process just requiring a few commands or a few clicks of a mouse.
How To Force fsck (Filesystem Consistency Check) After Reboot (2019-05-24 12:00:00)
With old sysvinit and Upstart, users could force a disk check on next reboot using a simple command (sudo touch /forcefsck), but that's no longer the case
Olivia: Cloud-Based Music Player With YouTube Support And Over 25,000 Online Radio Stations (2019-05-24 11:00:00)
LinuxUprising: Olivia is a fairly new free, open source Qt5 cloud-based music player for Linux.
How to Install the Latest AMD Drivers on Debian 10 Buster (2019-05-24 10:00:00)
LinuxConfig: Even though the AMD drivers are open source, they still depend on closed binary firmware.
How to Install Notepad++ Editor on Ubuntu (2019-05-24 09:00:00)
Learn how to install Notepad++ in Ubuntu using GUI and command line.
Timetable Scheduler App For Linux (2019-05-24 08:00:00)
Timetable is a scheduling app available on flathub repositories
Some Btrfs vs Ext4 random-read/write performance observations (2019-05-24 07:00:00)
I've been using XFS as a very conservative file system option for years after having some bad experiences with BtrFS in the past.
Python Programming - if, else and elif (2019-05-24 06:00:00)
If you have the time, you can read this article else you can do something else. Sounds logical, doesn't it? Well, That's programming for you in a nutshell.
Install OpenNMS Network Monitoring Tool in CentOS/RHEL 7 (2019-05-24 05:00:00)
OpenNMS (or OpenNMS Horizon) is a free and open source, scalable, extensible, highly configurable and cross-platform network monitoring and network management platform built using Java.