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Schedule One-Time Commands with the UNIX at Tool

50 min 55 sec ago
Cron is nice and all, but don't forget about its cousin at.

9 obscure Python libraries for data science

2 hours 5 min ago
Python is an amazing language. In fact, it's one of the fastest growing programming languages in the world. It has time and again proved its usefulness both in developer job roles and data science positions across industries. The entire ecosystem of Python and its libraries makes it an apt choice for users (beginners and advanced) all over the world. One of the reasons for its success and popularity is its set of robust libraries that make it so dynamic and fast.read more

Best Linux Desktop Environments: Strong and Stable

4 hours 56 min ago
A desktop environment is a collection of disparate components that integrate together. They bundle these components to provide a common graphical user interface with elements such as icons, toolbars, wallpapers, and desktop widgets. Additionally, most desktop environments include a set of integrated applications and utilities.

Twitter Alerts: A Trick for the Twitter-averse

Monday 19th of November 2018 07:25:03 AM
I'm not a registered Twitter user and have never managed to think of a compelling reason to be one. In fact, the only time I ever really have or want anything to do with Twitter is when some Twitter feed comes up in an internet search. And all I do in those cases is read any relevant text and move on. Recently, however, I became interested in joining a service that sends out invitations periodically on Twitter. Not having an account and not being interested in much of anything else Twitter represents or offers, I'm at a distinct disadvantage in this case. . . .

How to Install Flask on Ubuntu 18.04

Monday 19th of November 2018 04:33:30 AM
Flask is a free and open source micro web framework for Python designed to help developers build secure, scalable and maintainable web applications. Flask is based on Werkzeug and uses Jinja2 as template engine.

Tags And Sub-modules - Git Series Part 6

Sunday 18th of November 2018 09:52:48 PM
This is the final guide in the Git series. Here, we will be covering two more major features that Git has to offer: tags and sub-modules. If you have been following the previous guides, and other materials, you should have a clearer understanding of what Git is, what it does, how to use it best, and how to troubleshoot. Here is a list of many of the aspects we have covered in this series:

How to Use Linux SFTP Command to Transfer Files

Sunday 18th of November 2018 07:01:15 PM
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) is a secure file protocol used to access, manage and transfer files over an encrypted SSH transport. When compared with the traditional FTP protocol, SFTP offers all the functionality of FTP, and it is easier to configure.

First-person dungeon crawler 'Delver' now has an open source engine and editor

Sunday 18th of November 2018 04:09:42 PM
Developer Priority Interrupt has officially released the game engine and editor behind their first-person dungeon crawler as open source.

3 best practices for continuous integration and deployment

Sunday 18th of November 2018 01:18:09 PM
The article covers three key topics: automating CI/CD configuration, using a Git repository for common CI/CD artifacts, and parameterizing Jenkins pipelines.

OpenStack Expands Focus to Enable Open Infrastructure

Sunday 18th of November 2018 10:26:36 AM
The executive management team from the OpenStack Foundation outlines the open-source cloud effort's new approach to helping to enable the cloud ecosystem.

More Than Memory Sticks: Sharing Data Between Systems Without The Internet

Sunday 18th of November 2018 07:35:03 AM
In fact, for some, moving data without the help of the internet sounds like witchcraft, especially when there isn't a memory stick involved. To show you just how easy this is, this post will be exploring the three main operating systems, Linux, Mac OS, and Windows, giving you an idea of what to expect from their peer-to-peer data transfer systems.

5 Easy Tips for Linux Web Browser Security

Sunday 18th of November 2018 04:43:30 AM
In this article, I’ll offer a few basic tips, for users of all sorts, to help decrease the chances that your data will end up in the hands of the wrong people. I will be demonstrating on the Firefox web browser, but many of these tips cross the application threshold and can be applied to any flavor of web browser.

How To Install and Configure Nagios on Ubuntu 18.04

Sunday 18th of November 2018 01:51:57 AM
Nagios is one of the most popular open source monitoring system. Nagios keeps an inventory of your entire IT infrastructure and ensures your networks, servers, applications, services, and processes are up and running. In case of failure or suboptimal performance Nagios will send notification alerts via various methods.

Microsoft slips ads into Windows 10 Mail client - then U-turns so hard, it warps fabric of reality

Saturday 17th of November 2018 11:00:24 PM
We never meant to make that widely public which is why we made a public FAQ for it.. Microsoft was, and maybe still is, considering injecting targeted adverts into the Windows 10 Mail app.…

5 of the Best File Managers for Linux

Saturday 17th of November 2018 09:06:02 PM
A good file manager is essential to your work. These are some of the best Linux file managers you will find that you can use on your system.

Kodak’s new 3D printer has a Raspberry Pi inside

Saturday 17th of November 2018 06:13:26 PM
Kodak has launched a Raspberry Pi 3 based Kodak Portrait 3D Printer with a dual-extrusion system, multiple filament types, a 5-inch touchscreen, and WiFi and Ethernet connections to a Kodak 3D Cloud service. Kodak and Smart Int’l. have collaborated on a professional, dual extrusion Kodak Portrait 3D Printer that runs a Linux-based 3DprinterOS on a […]

Setting up an NFS Server and Client on Debian 9 (Stretch)

Saturday 17th of November 2018 04:19:04 PM
This guide explains how to set up an NFS server and an NFS client on Debian 9 (Stretch). NFS stands for Network File System; through NFS, a client can access (read, write) a remote share on an NFS server as if it was on the local hard disk. In this Tutorial I will show you two different NFS exports, the export of a client directory that stores files as user nobody / nogroup without preserving filesystem permissions and a export of the /var/www directory which preserves permissions and ownerships of files, as required on a hosting server setup.

Toradex and Digi launch i.MX8X-based Colibri and ConnectCore COMs

Saturday 17th of November 2018 02:24:42 PM
Toradex and Digi have released Linux-friendly i.MX8X-based modules via early access programs. The Colibri iMX8X and Digi ConnectCore 8X each provide WiFi-ac and Bluetooth 4.2. NXP’s i.MX8X SoC has made quite a splash this week. Eight months after Phytec announced an i.MX8X-based phyCORE-i.MX 8X module, Variscite unveiled a VAR-SOM-MX8X module and then Congatec followed up [[he]#8230[/he]]

Total War: WARHAMMER II will release for Linux on November 20th

Saturday 17th of November 2018 12:30:20 PM
Feral Interactive have announced that Total War: WARHAMMER II for Linux is officially releasing on November 20th.

Mozilla Fights On For Net Neutrality

Saturday 17th of November 2018 10:35:58 AM
Mozilla took the next step today in the fight to defend the web and consumers from the FCC’s attack on an open internet.

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