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  • Nominations are open for Women of Open Source Award

    Red Hat has announced that nominations are open for the 2016 Women in Open Source Awards.

    This is the second year that the software company has put on the award, which recognizes women making significant contributions to open source, either through development, in creative use, or through various communities.

    As with last year, nominations are taken in two different categories, namely Academic for full-time students enrolled in college or university, and Community, for women who work or volunteer on projects related to open source software.

  • Red Hat Receives $82.80 Consensus PT from Analysts (NYSE:RHT)

    Shares of Red Hat (NYSE:RHT) have received an average recommendation of “Buy” from the thirty-five brokerages that are currently covering the stock, Market Beat Ratings reports. One research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, eight have issued a hold rating and twenty-five have given a buy rating to the company. The average 12 month target price among brokers that have issued ratings on the stock in the last year is $82.80.

  • Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) a Top Growth Pick

    Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) has received a top Growth Style score from Zack’s Research. The growth score is based on company financials as well as the company’s prospects for future growth. The score is a result of analysis of various aspects of the Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement and Income Statement. Stocks that are given a high growth score tend to have the characteristics resulting in market outperformance.

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  • How to Select All in Vim / Vi

    Knowing how to select all content in Vim or the Vi editor enables you to complete routines like copying and pasting in Linux quickly. The process can be tricky if you don’t understand how to use the editors properly or bind keys. For instance, you can select all in Vim/Vi by combining the gg, V, and G keys. ggVG Before that, you must be in the normal mode and know what the groups of keys mean or do. This article takes you through Vim/Vi modes, commands, and key bindings. You will find it simpler to select and use file contents with this knowledge.

  • How to Use Restic to Backup and Restore Data in Linux

    Restic is an open-source, secure, and cross-platform backup program. Using Restic we can store multiple versions of files and directories in an encrypted repository. Restic can be used to back up data to an external device or to cloud storage. Restic encrypts data with the AES-256 in counter mode and then authenticates it using the Poly1305-AES cryptographic message authentication code. This way Restic guarantees confidentiality and data integrity by utilizing cryptography. Restic does incremental backups which makes it easier and faster compared to some other backup programs. What this means is that it stores a base backup image and then for each subsequent backup, it stores the difference between that base image and the source machine. This leads to increased backup speed as only the modified data is backed up. It also consumes less backup space.

  • How to install PulseEffects on a Chromebook

    Today we are looking at how to install PulseEffects on a Chromebook. Please follow the video/audio guide as a tutorial where we explain the process step by step and use the commands below.

  • Rubenerd: Basic fix between pf tables and macros on FreeBSD

    I worked with a FreeBSD client this morning who’d messed up the pf rules on their VM firewall, and wanted to know how to fix them.

LINMOB.net - Weekly GNU-like Mobile Linux Update (26/2022): Plasma Mobile Gear 22.06, Ubuntu Touch OTA-23 and the MNT Pocket Reform

Extensions coming to GNOME Web, some new Sailfish OS Community News, NOKIA causes a naming dispute and more! Read more

The Best Desktop Environments of 2022

As Linux users, we’re often spoiled for choice when it comes to software. There are some basic programs that we keep coming back to that are so integrated into the stack that we forget they’re even there. However, when it comes to things like desktop environments, it can be hard to determine the best option for exactly what you’re going to use it for. We have reviewed different Linux Desktop Environments, and there’s a lot of overlap between use cases. Here we show you the best Linux Desktop Environments for your particular use case. Read more

Porteus 5.0 is released!

Team Porteus is finally able to announce the immediate availability of Porteus-v5.0 final in EIGHT desktop flavours. Read more