Linux News for Jun 25, 2019
The Linux Foundation's Staff Uses Windows and Microsoft. Now the Foundation Outsources the Coding and Hosting, Too (to Microsoft of Course). (2019-06-25 19:07:40)
The disturbing turns of the self-described Linux Foundation...
Secure your Linux network with firewall-cmd (2019-06-25 19:00:00)
Configuring and maintaining a firewall is a vital sysadmin skill, and Linux is no exception.
Official Raspberry Pi OS Updated with Raspberry Pi 4 Support, Based on Debian 10 (2019-06-25 15:00:00)
With the launch of the Raspberry Pi 4 SBC series, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new version of Raspbian OS, the official Raspberry Pi operating system based on the popular Debian GNU/Linux distribution.
Linux Package Managers Compared - AppImage vs Snap vs Flatpak (2019-06-25 14:00:00)
This post explores 3 platform agnostic Linux package managers namely AppImage, Snap and Flatpak.
How to setup AMule and control it via web interface on a Raspberry Pi (2019-06-25 13:00:00)
AMule is a p2p, open source client for the eD2k network
Excellent Utilities: fkill - kill processes quick and easy (2019-06-25 12:00:00)
Sometimes a process can get 'stuck', potentially consuming globs of RAM and/or CPU cycles.
Use Pam_Tally2 to Lock and Unlock SSH Failed Login Attempts (2019-06-25 11:00:00)
pam_tally2 module is used to lock user accounts after certain number of failed ssh login attempts made to the system.
How to Cool Your Raspberry Pi (2019-06-25 10:00:00)
MakeTechEasier: If you're overclocking your Raspberry Pi, you might run into overheating problems.
Linux Paste Command Usage and Examples (2019-06-25 09:00:00)
Learn how to sequentially merge two or more files on the Linux command line.
Canonical returning 32-bit Ubuntu Linux support after gaming uproar (2019-06-25 08:00:00)
ZDnet: 32-bit software should be functionally obsolete, but it turns out to live on in a 64-bit computing world. So, Canonical is putting 32-bit libraries back in to its next Ubuntu Linux releases.
Linux Mint Challenges Windows 10 In Small Business Productivity Speed Tests (2019-06-25 06:00:00)
Forbes: Linux is typically less resource-hungry than Microsoft's Windows 10, and that gives it a distinct advantage on under-powered desktops and laptops.
Pinebook Pro, the $199 Linux Laptop, Gets Keyboard & Bluetooth Spec Bumps (2019-06-25 05:00:00)
OMGubuntu: Pine64, the company behind a range of popular single-board computers, have shared some more details on the upcoming PineBook Pro Linux laptop.