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Countdown to Christmas with the Arduino advent calendar! - Kimondo

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How to build an arduino advent calendar to countdown to Christmas
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Solder Occasion Launches New BB Q20 Keyboard, RP2040 Stamp Spherical Provider, and a FlexyPin Wio Adapter

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Nordic Semi launches the nRF5340 Audio DK for Bluetooth LE Audio development - CNX Software

Nordic Semi launches the nRF5340 Audio DK for Bluetooth LE Audio development - CNX Software | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Nordic Semiconductor nRF5340 Audio DK is a Bluetooth LE audio development kit that enables better audio quality with LC3 codec, longer playtime, and new...
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5 Easy Ways to Connect Raspberry Pi Remotely

Raspberry Pi can be accessed remotely easily. The 5 ways through which Raspberry Pi can be accessed are through VNC, SSH, TeamViewer, Xrdp and NoMachine apps.
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Free AI and Machine Learning Courses | Raspberry Pi Foundation

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Learn AI and machine learning with the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Discover how to train your own AI models using free online tools.
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Arduino Radar with Led diode and encoding data onto an image - All The Internet Of Things

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BLE Smart Thermal Flask by M5Stack

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Thermal Flask that senses the inside temperature and sends the information to a receiver via Bluetooth. Find this and other hardware projects on Hackster.io.
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Home » content today's howtos Submitted by Roy Schestowitz on Sunday 15th of May 2022 06:17:56 AM Filed under HowTos How to install Sketchup3D in Ubuntu 22.04 Sketchup3D is one of the most widely utilized software for 3D modeling and designing software. It is a simple 3D modeling program that is used for creating designs and presentations in several industries, including architecture, construction, interior design, industrial design, video game design, and more. The software is offered in two versions: Sketchup3D Free (with limited features) and Sketchup3D Pro, which comprises the whole tool-set. This write-up will discuss the procedure to install Sketchup3D on Ubuntu 22.04. So, let’s start! Steps to Install MySQL on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Linux - Linux Shout This tutorial will show the simple steps to install the MySQL Database Server on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using the command terminal. Oracle MySQL is the popular open-source database server common to have in LAMP or LEMP environments. This relational database management system is used for many content management systems that are used to store the data, for example, WordPress. The abbreviation “SQL” means Structured Query Language and the abbreviation “My” stands for the first name of the daughter of a developer of MySQL. There is no separate graphical user interface within MySQL, but this can be implemented using external programs. There are numerous free programs for this, which provide a graphical interface for administration and operation such as Workbench. amateur hour So we've talked about radio spectrum regulation in some detail, including the topic of equipment authorization (EA)---the requirement, under 47 CFR, that almost all electronics receive authorization from the FCC prior to sale. We've also talked about the amateur radio service (ARS, 47 CFR 97), and I've hinted that these two topics collide in an unusual way. So this of course raises the question: does amateur radio equipment require authorization? Or, more fun to type, does EA apply to ARS? Customizing NetBSD boot banners I recently discovered that it’s surprisingly easy to customize the NetBSD boot loader banner, simply by adding some directives in the boot.cfg configuration file. HTML Only My site is now an HTML & CSS website, just like the old days. I've had a blast rebuilding it in this way. The approachability of making updates to the site is off the charts, and the speed that it is served by GitHub Pages makes me smile. For some reason it's just more fun to make this sort of site in HTML & CSS. Why I'm considering some use of NetworkManager (and I probably have to) It's possible to make NetworkManager ignore devices entirely (also), and I've set this up on both my home and my work desktops for all of the connections I definitely don't want NM touching, as something between preparation and a precaution. I've also told NetworkManager not to touch resolv.conf, because I'll manage all of that myself by hand. How to install Webmin on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish Let’s learn the steps to install the Webmin Control panel on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using the command terminal. To manage a server efficiently for hosting a variety of web applications we can use web-based server management control panels such as Webmin. It is a free and open-source software used as a control panel to manage a server. It is based on Perl and uses port number 10000 to let users access the web GUI dashboard for managing various server services, configuration files, disk quotas, and key platforms for running web applications such as Apache, PHP, and MySQL. We can configure an SSL certificate to access Webmin securely, also due to modular design, users can extend the Webmin functionality using modules. 3 Ways to Install Ruby on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy - Linux Shout Learn the different commands and steps to install Ruby on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using the command terminal. Ruby is an object-oriented high-level interpreted programming language that is easy to use and productive to use. Inventor Yukihiro Matsumoto wanted to develop a language in which functional and imperative programming is balanced, hence, this dynamic, free and object-oriented programming language Ruby enjoys great popularity among programmers. Everything in Ruby is an object that allows any programmer to customize the language to their preferences. In contrast to some others, the syntax is easier to read and write. It is similar to C and Java, so Java and C programmers can easily learn Ruby. How to Install Ubuntu 22.04 Linux on Windows with Hyper-V How to Install Lynis on Ubuntu 20.04 The process of auditing a system can give you concrete answers about the state of your system. In addition to this, you can also get a series of recommendations to improve the system’s performance. In this sense, on Linux, there are also applications that allow us to have this audit. That is why today we will show you how to install Lynis in Ubuntu 20.04. » Login or register to post comments Printer-friendly version 508 reads PDF version More in Tux Machines HighlightsFront PageLatest HeadlinesArchiveRecent comments All-Time Popular StoriesHot TopicsNew Members Fedora, Red Hat, and IBM Leftovers GM Seeks to Leverage Open-Source Unix with Red Hat Partnership Red Hat adds more Cloud Services to support OpenShift apps Red Hat has expanded its Red Hat Cloud Services that support the OpenShift application platform, adding new components to help with the development of hybrid applications such as a Service Registry, plus middleware to make it easier to link to cloud database services. Shareholders turn the screws on IBM and its gag orders IBM shareholders at the IT giant's annual meeting last month endorsed a proposal to have the company produce a public report on the potential risks arising from its use of concealment clauses that constrain disclosure of workplace misconduct. Security Leftovers Five Eyes turn spotlight on MSPs: Potential weak links in IT supply-chain security [Ed: Microsoft resellers a threat to national security] Case in point: the SolarWinds attack in 2020, when Kremlin-backed miscreants slipped malware into SolarWinds' Orion software, which was then pushed to some 18,000 SolarWinds' customers. This allowed the criminals to infiltrate nearly 100 US government and private-sector networks. False-flag cyberattacks a red line for nation-states, says Mandiant boss [Ed: Microsoft Windows TCO] "When you get a White House podium statement that X did Y, like we did with with everything from Sony Pictures to NotPetya, that's 100 percent" confidence in the attribution, Joyce said. In 2014, the FBI attributed the Sony Pictures cyberattack to North Korea, and US law enforcement blamed the 2017 NotPetya attacks on the Russian military. Colonial Pipeline faces nearly $1m fine one year after ransomware attack [Ed: Microsoft Windows ransomware; they have left out important details] Colonial Pipeline is facing an almost $1 million fine for control room management failures after the US Department of Transportation alleged they contributed to the nation's fuel disruption in the wake of the 2021 ransomware attack. Ransomware the final nail in coffin for small university [Ed: Likely Microsoft Windows] Anatomy of a campaign to inject JavaScript into compromised WordPress sites [Ed: These need to be compromised in the first place; unlike Windows, WordPress does not have NSA back doors] A years-long campaign by miscreants to insert malicious JavaScript into vulnerable WordPress sites, so that visitors are redirected to scam websites, has been documented by reverse-engineers. Most organizations hit by ransomware would pay up if hit again [Ed: Usage of Microsoft Windows is extremely expensive] Kaspersky claims that in 88 percent of organizations that have had to deal with a ransomware incident, business leaders said they would choose to pay the money if faced with another attack. In contrast, among those that have not so far suffered a ransomware attack, only 67 percent would be willing to pay, and they would be less inclined to do so immediately. If you've got Intel inside, you probably need to get these security patches inside, too Intel has disclosed high-severity bugs in its firmware that's used in datacenter servers, workstations, mobile devices, storage products, and other gear. These flaws can be exploited to escalate privileges, leak information, or stop things from working. ⚓ https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/how-to-lock-and-protect-away-secret-files-with-gnu-privacy-guard ䷉ Source: nasdaq Pangolin8RAT is modular malware that emerged in 2019 and is regularly updated. It is believed to be the successor of the PlugX and ShadowPad malware families, and has been used to target industries beyond gambling – transportation, telecom and governments have all been attacked. [...] TeamT5 also found threat actors collect and store victim credentials, software source code and business info for future use. Another ex-eBay exec pleads guilty to cyberstalking critics • The Register Iran-linked Cobalt Mirage extracts money, info from US orgs – report [Ed: Microsoft Windows TCO] In the financially-motivated "cluster" of attacks, the group is using BitLocker and DiskCryptor to hold victims' documents to ransom. Researchers find 134 flaws in the way Word, PDFs, handle scripts Security researchers have devised a tool that detects flaws in the way apps like Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat process JavaScript, and it's proven so effective they've found 134 bugs – 59 of them considered worthy of a fix by vendors, 33 assigned a CVE number, and 17 producing bug bounty payments totaling $22,000. [Older] Critical vulnerabilities found in 'millions of Aruba and Avaya switches' Communication around Heroku security incident dubbed 'train wreck' Efforts by Salesforce-owned cloud platform Heroku to manage a recent security incident are turning into a bit of a disaster, according to some users. Heroku has run security incident notifications for 18 days and appears to have upset several of its customers due to a perceived lack of openness and communication. Heroku resetting passwords for “a portion” of their users immediately Just received this email from Heroku. Given the timeline it seems like the breach is pretty serious. It costs just $7 to rent DCRat to backdoor your network [Ed: Microsoft Windows TCO] The backdoor Windows malware, dubbed DCRat or DarkCrystal RAT, was released in 2018, then redesigned and relaunched the following year. An individual who goes by the handles boldenis44, crystalcoder, and Кодер (Coder) developed the RAT, we're told, and works to improve it on a daily basis. Industry pushes back against India's data security breach reporting requirements Opposition is building to India's recently introduced rules on reporting computer security breaches, which have come under fire for being impractical, ineffective, and impinging on privacy. The rules were introduced without fanfare in late April by CERT-In, the nation's government-run computer emergency response team that has responsibility for incident management and wider infosec guidance. [...] India's Internet Freedom Foundation has offered an extensive criticism of the regulations, arguing that they were formulated and announced without consultation, lack a data breach reporting mechanism that would benefit end-users, and include data localization requirements that could prevent some cross-border data flows. The foundation also points out that the privacy implications of the rules – especially five-year retention of personal information – is a very significant requirement at a time when India's Draft Data Protection Bill has proven so controversial it has failed to reach a vote in Parliament, and debate about digital privacy in India is ongoing and fierce. Biden signs cybercrime tracking bill into law [Ed: How about a more constructive approach like banning Windows and other back-doored software?] US President Joe Biden has signed into law a bill that aims to improve how the federal government tracks and prosecutes cybercrime. F5, Cisco admins: Stop what you're doing and check if you need to install these patches F5 Networks and Cisco this week issued warnings about serious, and in some cases critical, security vulnerabilities in their products. F5 officials said Thursday its most serious issue, a critical flaw in its iControl REST framework with a severity score of 9.8 out of 10, could be exploited to bypass the authentication software, used by its BIG-IP portfolio, and hijack equipment. Specifically, the vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2022-1388, can be abused by miscreants to, among other things, run malicious commands on BIG-IP devices via their management ports unimpeded. Linux 5.17.8, 5.15.40, 5.10.116, 5.4.194, 4.19.243, 4.14.279, and 4.9.314 Linux 5.17.8 Linux 5.15.40 Linux 5.10.116 Linux 5.4.194 Linux 4.19.243 Linux 4.14.279 Linux 4.9.314 Open Hardware/Modding: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and More 5 Easy Ways to Connect Raspberry Pi Remotely To connect Raspberry Pi remotely means that we can access the Raspberry Pi using some other computer and can perform different tasks on the Raspberry Pi. The Raspberry Pi can be connected to the display screen by using the mini HDMI port but it can also connect to the desktop remotely by using different approaches which are being discussed in this article. 3 Methods to Play Spotify on Raspberry Pi Spotify is an application that is used to stream millions of music tracks from all around the world on mobile phones, tablets, and desktops. The users of Spotify not only listen to their favorite music but also can make the albums of favorites to store their favorite collection. These albums can be shared with their friends as well as they can also access the albums or songs collections of their favorite people. Best Raspberry Pi for Gaming Raspberry Pi is a highly effective device that can be used for various purposes. The major advantage of this device is that it can be an ideal option to play large varieties of games, including Final Fantasy, Dragon Ball Z, Minecraft and so on. However, playing these games on Raspberry Pi will require an emulator and device performance that can handle these emulators providing you with a smooth and fast gaming environment. Best RetroPie Controllers in 2022 The RetroPie is an operating system that enables your Raspberry Pi to be a retro-gaming machine so you can play retro games on the Raspberry Pi including the arcade and classic PC games. Arduino Uno Pinout Guide For beginner and advanced level projects the Arduino provides a platform for the user that gives the assistance regarding programing the microcontroller as well as also helps in creating the hardware for the projects This platform provides a variety of the microcontroller boards also known as Arduino boards having different specifications. So before using any Arduino board one must know the specification of the boards and most importantly the pins of the boards and their usability. So, we have explained the pinouts of the Arduino Uno board l and the use of each pin in detail. Motorize a manual wheelchair with this adaptable electronic system | Arduino Blog Motorized wheelchairs can be very expensive, and for those who are unable to afford them, getting around the house can become a challenge. This is what inspired Wesley Gardner from element14 Presents to design a series of wheelchair modifications that can improve a person’s mobility. Gardner began by coming up with a few parts in CAD for the battery mount, an electronics enclosure, and a whole host of clamps for attaching steel tubing to the chair. Next, he added a pair of crossmembers below the wheelchair to secure the 12V lead-acid battery in place. Three more tubes were attached vertically to the back as a way to hold the stepper motors against the wheels which rotate them via friction. Trying out Edge Impulse machine learning platform on XIAO BLE Sense board - CNX Software I had seen the Edge Impulse development platform for machine learning on edge devices being used by several boards, but I hadn’t had an opportunity to try it out so far. So when Seeed Studio asked me whether I’d be interested to test the nRF52840-powered XIAO BLE Sense board, I thought it might be a good idea to review it with Edge Impulse as I had seen a motion/gesture recognition demo on the board. It was quite a challenge as it took me four months to complete the review from the time Seeed Studio first contacted me, mostly due to poor communications from DHL causing the first boards to go to customs’ heaven, then wasting time with some of the worse instructions I had seen in a long time (now fixed), and other reviews getting in the way. But I finally managed to get it working (sort of), so let’s have a look.
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5V 2-Channel Solid State Relay Module - G3MB-202P SSR –

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A two-channel relay module featuring 2x Omron G3MB-202P solid state relays. This 5V 2-Channel SSR Solid State Relay Module 240V 2A Output with Resistive Fuse is capable of switching AC voltages between 100 and 240V at up to a 2A current.
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Introduction to Arduino with Elegoo UNO Super Starter Kit - IT & Software

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Introduction to Arduino with Elegoo UNO Super Starter Kit in Hardware, IT & Software...
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Get kids coding and learning electronics with Pico

Get kids coding and learning electronics with Pico | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Kids will learn to code to use lights, buzzers, and buttons, and become confident digital makers with our free Raspberry Pi Pico resource.
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Raspberry Pi 4 Beginner's Book: A Comprehensive User Guide to Mastering How to Set Up the Device and Configure it's Individual Hardware parts use it to compute- perhaps create a Programming Project...

Raspberry Pi 4 Beginner's Book: A Comprehensive User Guide to Mastering How to Set Up the Device and Configure it's Individual Hardware parts use it to compute- perhaps create a Programming Project... | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
RASPBERRY PI 4The raspberry pi is a gadget that can startle many individuals when they are new to this.Indeed, the raspberry pi is a little PC that...
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Soldering up some SCD-30 CO2 sensor boards #manufacturing #manufacturingmonday « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

Soldering up some SCD-30 CO2 sensor boards #manufacturing #manufacturingmonday « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Happy Manufacturing Monday Soldering up some SCD-30 CO2 sensor boards with our beloved KISS102 selective soldering machine View this post on Instagram A post shared by adafruit (@adafruit)...
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Arduino DS3231 RTC Module Tutorial - How to Interface RTC Module with Arduino to build Digital Clock

Arduino DS3231 RTC Module Tutorial - How to Interface RTC Module with Arduino to build Digital Clock | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
In this article we discussed how RTC Module works and how we can interface it with Arduino to build DIY Arduino digital clock.
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E-Ink iPad Rival 'reMarkable' Sells More Than 1 Million Devices

E-Ink iPad Rival 'reMarkable' Sells More Than 1 Million Devices | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
E-ink tablet maker "reMarkable" has now sold more than one million devices since 2017 and raised money at a valuation of $1 billion,...
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Banana Pi-M1+ | Cyber Connect

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The Banana Pi BPI-M1+ upgrade is an open-source single-board computer that adds more connectivity to the classic board.
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How To Lock And Protect Away Secret Files With GNU Privacy Guard

How To Lock And Protect Away Secret Files With GNU Privacy Guard | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Users can take advantage of the cryptographic protection offered by GPG to secure files and data that they want to keep well under wraps.In this guide, I will...
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Diana Kanecki’s review of Arduino: 2020 Beginners Guide to Learn Arduino Programming. Amazing Projects included .

Diana Kanecki’s review of Arduino: 2020 Beginners Guide to Learn Arduino Programming. Amazing Projects included . | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Easy to follow with good references I like how the author describes each project and is written in a form that is not only circuit charts, works on rea...
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Home » content Security Leftovers Submitted by Roy Schestowitz on Sunday 15th of May 2022 10:27:16 AM Filed under Security Fresh ransomware samples indicate REvil is back [Ed: Microsoft Windows TCO] New ransomware samples analyzed by Secureworks' threat intelligence team are the latest indication that high-profile ransomware operation REvil is once again up and running after months of relative inactivity. Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit (CTU) investigated samples that were uploaded to the VirusTotal analysis service and found some showing that the developer of the code has access to REvil's source code, "reinforcing the likelihood that the threat group has reemerged," the researchers wrote in a blog post this week. US-Led Seizure of RaidForums May Defy Lasting Effect on Security | TechNewsWorld The U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday announced it seized the website and user database for RaidForums, a popular English-language cybercrime forum that sold access to more than 10 billion consumer records stolen in some of the world’s largest data breaches since 2015. The DOJ also charged the alleged administrator of RaidForums — 21-year-old Diogo Santos Coelho, of Portugal — with six criminal counts, including conspiracy, access device fraud, and aggravated identity theft. Malware goes regional as attackers change tactics [Ed: Microsoft Windows TCO] One such trend is that most recent malware attacks came from within the same region as the victim, a marked difference from previous years, according to Netskope, which believes this is a strategic tactic used by attackers to avoid geofencing filters and other prevention measures. [...] Netskope said that EXE and DLL files account for nearly half of all malware downloads as malicious actors continue to see Microsoft Windows as a prime target for attacks. iOS, Android stores host more than 1.5 million 'abandoned' apps [Ed: Orphaned does not mean malicious] OpenSSF Adds Open Source Package Analysis Tool Prototype The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has made available a prototype of a package analysis tool that has already identified more than 200 malicious packages uploaded to PyPI and npm software components. OpenSSF announces 15 new members to tackle supply chain security challenges The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) announced 15 new members from leading software development, cybersecurity, financial services, communications, and academic sectors. Google to create security team for open source projects [Ed: Google works for the NSA. No security professional (a real security person) would take this seriously. Google: we worry about Open Source security! Meanwhile a Google engineer slips backdoored encryption into Linux kernel...] Groundhog Day For Malware - IT Jungle [Ed: "This content is sponsored by iTech Solutions." IT Jungle has rapidly become a puff piece dump of IBM, Intel etc.] “The IFS just like a UNIX or Windows file system is susceptible to viruses, the i/OS is NOT.” Okay, this comment is pretty much false information. First, the IFS is called the Integrated File System because it’s exactly that. It literally contains ALL TEN IBM i file systems! Here they all are for good measure: IBM Tackles Talent Shortage and Cybersecurity Crisis with New and Expanded Partnerships [Ed: IBM is moaning about talent shortage while laying off some of its most experienced workers] Security is a pain for American Dental Association: Ransomware infection feared [Ed: The huge cost of using Microsoft Windows] The Black Basta crime gang has claimed it infected the American Dental Association with ransomware. Microsoft closes Windows LSA hole under active attack [Ed: While the media obsesses over "Linux" (systemd) bugs that could be exploited, by a local user, Microsoft has these blunders that the media typically shies away from (zero-days, unlike Linux, and far more severe too)] Microsoft patches Windows LSA spoofing zero-day under active attack (CVE-2022-26925) [Ed: With Microsoft, security is not a possibility. Microsoft security advice (that would actually work): turn off the computer until we issue a patch for the zero-day remotely-exploitable hole.] May 2022 Patch Tuesday is here, and Microsoft has marked it by releasing fixes for 74 CVE-numbered vulnerabilities, including one zero-day under active attack (CVE-2022-26925) and two publicly known vulnerabilities (CVE-2022-29972 and CVE-2022-22713). US offers $15m reward for information about Conti ransomware gang [Ed: Microsoft Windows is costing the US taxpayers, too] US, Europe formally blame Russia for data wiper attacks against Ukraine, Viasat [Ed: Windows TCO; But the Linux Foundation will carry on badmouth Linux security while taking Microsoft cash, just like Zemlin the wife. The Zemlin family bags more money from Microsoft than the Linux Foundation bags from Microsoft.] WhisperGate corrupts an infected Windows system's master boot record, displays a fake ransom note, and irreversibly scrambles documents based on their file extensions, according to the US government's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). Ghostwriter, a crew thought to be connected to Russia's GRU military intelligence service, started using this strain of malware against organizations in Ukraine on January 15, we're told. Crook jailed for selling stolen credentials on dark web • The Register The prosecution's documents [PDF] detail an unnamed, dark-web marketplace on which usernames and passwords along with personal data, including more than 330,000 dates of birth and social security numbers belonging to US residents, were bought and sold illegally. » Login or register to post comments Printer-friendly version 448 reads PDF version More in Tux Machines HighlightsFront PageLatest HeadlinesArchiveRecent comments All-Time Popular StoriesHot TopicsNew Members Free Sofwtare Leftovers pgAdmin 4 v6.9 Released The pgAdmin Development Team is pleased to announce pgAdmin 4 version 6.9. This release of pgAdmin 4 includes 29 bug fixes and new features. For more details please see the release notes. SOS: Sustainable Open Source [Ed: It's not a Free software problem; Proprietary software has the exact same peril but it's worse because orphaned work cannot be maintained or fixed, not even audited] Free and Open Source Software is eating the world, but is at the same time a victim of its own success. Large enterprises rely on libraries maintained by a single individual, or maybe worse yet: a single vendor. Individuals or organizations may restrict the use of their technology or EOL versions of their software, posing real challenges to organizations and customers depending on that technology. How can we contribute to the viability and sustainability of open source? Red Hat CEO: Remote Working is 'Just Another Day' to the Open Source World Red Hat's CEO/president Paul Cormier assessed the last two years in a speech at this week's Red Hat Summit. "Globally we saw nearly every industry go to 100% remote working overnight." Programming and Servers Golang v1.18 New Features and Released Since its first release in 2009, the Go programming language has progressed significantly. Because of its support for generics and other significant enhancements, Go 1.18 was an eagerly anticipated version. In March 2022, Go published version 1.18. Here’s an overview of the most noteworthy changes. Reproducible Development with Containers Avdi Grimm describes the future of development, which is already here. Get a tour of a devcontainer, and contrast it with a deployment container. Intro to Micronaut: A cloud-native Java framework | InfoWorld The Spring framework has long dominated back-end Java development, but several new frameworks challenge that status quo. Micronaut is among the most compelling. Developed by the team that built Grails, Micronaut is made for modern architectures. Rackspace considers selling part of business: 'Everything' on the table [Ed: Pentagon-connected companies that steal money from the taxpayers (de facto bailouts) are harming everybody else] Rackspace Technology is considering selling off at least part of its business following a strategic review, with CEO Kevin Jones admitting that "everything is on the table." The company disclosed it has already received interest from a potential buyer.

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NeoTrellis Interface For VCV Rack Software Synthesizer @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #eurorack « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!

NeoTrellis Interface For VCV Rack Software Synthesizer @adafruit @johnedgarpark #adafruit #eurorack « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers! | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Behold this awesomeness! PatchworkBoy has written a set of Arduino sketches to add a bidirectional physical interface to the free and open-source VCV Rack software Eurorack synthesizer.It uses bot…...
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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple FileMaker | Tux Machines

Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple FileMaker | Tux Machines | Raspberry Pi | Scoop.it
Chromebooks are the perfect place to teach yourself about Linux The best Chromebooks you can get today have come a long way from the early days. No longer is Chrome OS just a fancy browser running on a laptop. It has grown to incorporate Android and Linux and the platform is now a lot more capable than you might have thought. The second of those is particularly important. I’m not about to preach about how everyone should immediately switch to Linux. Or that 2022 is the year of the Linux desktop. Or anything like that. However, it is in the limelight right now with the immensely popular Steam Deck on the shelves. Why am I talking about learning Linux? Well for one, it’s never too late or a bad idea to learn something new. Linux isn’t just some other desktop operating system you don’t currently care about. It has plenty of applications out in the big wide world. All those cloud servers? Running Linux. On a smaller scale, the Raspberry Pi is a tiny, extremely flexible Linux computer you can use to do many wonderful things. A Chromebook is a great place to play around with Linux in relative safety. 6 Practical and Real-World Applications of Linux Everyone knows that Linux powers millions of servers and desktops worldwide. But are there any other applications of this open-source OS? If you use Linux on your desktop, you might have wondered if the operating system you're messing around with has any practical uses. Fortunately, there are plenty of real-world applications of Linux today. Here are some of them. Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Apple FileMaker In 2020, Apple began the Apple silicon transition, using self-designed, 64-bit ARM-based Apple M1 processors on new Mac computers. Maybe it’s the perfect time to move away from the proprietary world of Apple, and embrace the open source Linux scene. FileMaker is a cross-platform relational database application from Claris International, a subsidiary of Apple. A relational database matches data using common characteristics found within the data set. The resulting groups of data are organized and are much easier for people to understand. today's howtos Scan Container Images for Vulnerabilities with Grype – The New Stack Grype, an open source package managed by security company Anchore, is a vulnerability scanner for both images and filesystems. How to Install Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP (LEMP) on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS This guide shows you step-by-step the installation process of the LEMP stack, Nginx, MariaDB, and PHP, in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. How to Install TeamViewer on Ubuntu 22.04 A TeamViewer is the application by which we can access the other computer remotely and can perform various tasks on it. We can also share the files among both machines as well as the screen of the device. The TeamViewer can be installed on different operating systems including Windows, but in this write-up, we will focus on the installation of the TeamViewer on Ubuntu 22.04. Fixing Houdini startup error on Linux - Darryl Dias After installing Houdini you may come across this error. This error appears in the Terminal, if you open it from the application launcher you maybe be getting this error but it does not show in any way.
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Data Alignment Across Architectures: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

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Even though a computer's memory map looks pretty smooth and very much byte-addressable at first glance, the same memory on a hardware level is a lot more bumpy. An essential term a developer may come ...
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How to use Python Dictionaries

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In this tutorial, I go through the basics of Python dictionaries and how you can use them. They are a incredibly useful data type.
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Thunderbird could come to Android sooner rather than later After years of stumbling without a certain destination, it seems that the situation of Thunderbird is clearing up and that the project has ambitious plans, since its arrival on Android could take place sooner rather than later, according to one of the main people in charge of the application. The story comes from a Twitter conversion featuring Adam Overa, a staff writer at Tom’s Hardware, and Jason Evangelho, a well-known Linux popularizer and recently Thunderbird marketing manager. Overa asked in response to the tweet in which Evangelho announced his new position if it was possible to polish the user interface and have a mobile application. Evangelho responded by saying that he was going to ask his now colleagues about the possibility of the email client reaching mobile phones, and Ryan Lee Sipes , manager of product and business development at Thunderbird, appeared there, saying that the mobile application is in road . The reason why we have said Android at the beginning instead of mobile phones is because Sipes retweeted a montage of Overa in which the phrase “release APK file” , or what comes to the same thing, a installation package for Android. today's howtos How To Install HPLIP 3.22.4 On Ubuntu / Linux Mint | Tips On UNIX This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to download and install hplip 3.22.4 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Linux Mint 20.3, and other Linux distributions. HPLIP – HP Linux Image and Printing, developed by HP for Printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser-based printers on Linux platforms. The latest version of HPLIP 3.22.4 contains new Distro support and added support to the new printers and the HPLIP installer is available for download. How To Install Neofetch on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS - idroot In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Neofetch on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Neofetch is a cross-platform and easy-to-use system information command-line script The Neofetch command display brief info about the respective system. It displays info such as Model, OS, Kernel, CPU, GPU, Memory, Uptime, Packages, Shell, Resolution, DE, WM, WP Theme, Theme, Icons, and Terminal. This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of Linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS. The installation is quite simple and assumes you are running in the root account, if not you may need to add ‘sudo‘ to the commands to get root privileges. I will show you the step-by-step installation of the Neofetch command-line system information on Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish). You can follow the same instructions for Ubuntu 22.04 and any other Debian-based distribution like Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Pop!_OS, and more as well. How to use deb-get to install third-party software on Ubuntu If you're looking for an easier way to install third-party software on Ubuntu, Martin Wimpress has you covered with deb-get. Jack Wallen shows you how to install and use this handy tool. How To Install Docker On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS [User Guide] | Itsubuntu.com Docker lets you run your applications in containers as they are more resource-friendly. Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is the latest stable version of the Ubuntu operating system. In this post, we will show you the process of installing Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Easily Install & Manage Gnome Extensions in Ubuntu 22.04 via This App | UbuntuHandbook Trying out different Gnome Extensions frequently? The new “Extension Manager” app is really a good choice to make life easier! We usually install extensions by browsing through the Gnome Extension website and using the on page on/off switch. Then, manage the settings via a separate ‘Extensions’ app. However, Ubuntu’s pre-installed Firefox does not support the process since it’s a Snap package. Without installing anther browser package and opening the site time by time, a new project “Extension Manager” has been created as an “App Center” for Gnome Extensions. How to Install Java 17 LTS on Ubuntu 20.04 - RoseHosting Java is a free, open-source, high-level, object-oriented programming language that is designed to have as few implementation dependencies and it can run on all major operating systems that support Java without the need for recompilation. Java 17 LTS is the latest long-term support release that includes security and performance updates, and of-course bug fixes. How to Install Zabbix on Debian and Ubuntu Linux - LinuxStoney Zabbix is ​​a complex for monitoring your server. Zabbix will also allow you to track the status of a computer network and network equipment. Zabbix is ​​also often used to monitor web servers. In this article, we will look at how to put Zabbix on the lamp stack. Today, we learn how to install zabbix on Debian and Ubuntu Linux. Let’s proceed with the installation... 3 Ways To Install Node.js On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS | Itsubuntu.com Node.js is a JavaScript runtime and it is built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. In this Ubuntu 22.04 LTS tutorial post, we will show you the easy way to install Node.js on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. There are multiple ways to install Node.js on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Node.js version 12.22.9, is included with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. How to install Thunderbird on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Linux Get the simple steps in this tutorial to install Thunderbird on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using GUI and command terminal. Thunderbird is Mozilla’s developed open source email client available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and other popular operating systems. The secure and free e-mail client “Mozilla Thunderbird” supports all common e-mail accounts, can encrypt outgoing messages on request, offers an integrated RSS reader, and is highly expandable. If you want, you can even use Thunderbird as a Twitter client. For better organization, you can also tag individual mails similar to photos with image managers. Thanks to the integrated add-on manager, you can find and install new extensions in no time. It also offers a service called the YouSendIt service to send large files. Introduction to Linux Postfix Architecture for Beginners Familiarity with email architectures is essential to be able to respond to various security and performance issues about mailing systems. When mailing systems and mail architectures are examined, it's found that one of the most important security issues is with mail transfer agents (MTA). Postfix is one of the most secure and configurable mail transfer agents. Here's everything you need to know about Postfix and its architecture. Lennart Poettering: Fitting Everything Together Over the past years, systemd gained a number of components for building Linux-based operating systems. While these components individually have been adopted by many distributions and products for specific purposes, we did not publicly communicate a broader vision of how they should all fit together in the long run. In this blog story I hope to provide that from my personal perspective, i.e. explain how I personally would build an OS and where I personally think OS development with Linux should go. I figure this is going to be a longer blog story, but I hope it will be equally enlightening. Please understand though that everything I write about OS design here is my personal opinion, and not one of my employer. For the last 12 years or so I have been working on Linux OS development, mostly around systemd. In all those years I had a lot of time thinking about the Linux platform, and specifically traditional Linux distributions and their strengths and weaknesses. I have seen many attempts to reinvent Linux distributions in one way or another, to varying success. After all this most would probably agree that the traditional RPM or dpkg/apt-based distributions still define the Linux platform more than others (for 25+ years now), even though some Linux-based OSes (Android, ChromeOS) probably outnumber the installations overall. And over all those 12 years I kept wondering, how would I actually build an OS for a system or for an appliance, and what are the components necessary to achieve that. And most importantly, how can we make these components generic enough so that they are useful in generic/traditional distributions too, and in other use cases than my own. Android Leftovers Bee Motion ESP32-S2 PIR motion sensor offers GPIOs, over a year of battery life - CNX Software Give your car wireless CarPlay and Android Auto with the AI Box Lite Samsung Galaxy A51 receives Android 12 with OneUI 4.1 - GSMArena.com news ZTE USA abandons Axon 10 Pro users with Android 10 and broken GPS Nothing Launcher launches in Beta for Pixel 5 and 6 series - 9to5Google This Clever Raspberry Pi Hack Adds Android Auto to Tesla Vehicles – Review Geek Paranoid Android's Sapphire beta is coming to more phones, including the OnePlus 7 Pro
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Security Leftovers Security updates for Monday Security updates have been issued by CentOS (firefox and thunderbird), Debian (ecdsautils and libz-mingw-w64), Fedora (cifs-utils, firefox, galera, git, java-1.8.0-openjdk, java-11-openjdk, java-17-openjdk, java-latest-openjdk, mariadb, maven-shared-utils, mingw-freetype, redis, and seamonkey), Mageia (dcraw, firefox, lighttpd, rsyslog, ruby-nokogiri, and thunderbird), Scientific Linux (thunderbird), SUSE (giflib, kernel, and libwmf), and Ubuntu (dbus and rsyslog). OpenSSF Announces 15 New Members To Further Strengthen Open Source Software Supply Chain Security [Ed: A very bizarre notion of "security"] This round of commitments is led by two new premier members, Atlassian and Sonatype, who will join the OpenSSF governing board. New general member commitments come from Arnica, Bloomberg, Comcast, Cycode, F5 Networks, Futurewei Technologies, Legit Security, Sectrend, SUSE, and Tenable. OpenSSF Announces 15 New Members To Further Strengthen Open Source Software Supply Chain Security BPFDoor: Chinese tool almost undetected for FIVE years is second BPF-based attack uncovered this year Researchers have uncovered a highly-evasive Chinese surveillance tool using the Berkeley Packet Filter (BPF). The malware, dubbed BPFDoor, is present on “thousands” of Linux systems, its controller has gone almost completely unnoticed by endpoint protection vendors despite it being in use for at least five years. 10 Best Features of Fedora 36 That Makes it a Powerful Release A list of 10 best Fedora 36 Features that you should know about before you try this version of Fedora Linux. Thunderbird could come to Android sooner rather than later After years of stumbling without a certain destination, it seems that the situation of Thunderbird is clearing up and that the project has ambitious plans, since its arrival on Android could take place sooner rather than later, according to one of the main people in charge of the application. The story comes from a Twitter conversion featuring Adam Overa, a staff writer at Tom’s Hardware, and Jason Evangelho, a well-known Linux popularizer and recently Thunderbird marketing manager. Overa asked in response to the tweet in which Evangelho announced his new position if it was possible to polish the user interface and have a mobile application. Evangelho responded by saying that he was going to ask his now colleagues about the possibility of the email client reaching mobile phones, and Ryan Lee Sipes , manager of product and business development at Thunderbird, appeared there, saying that the mobile application is in road . The reason why we have said Android at the beginning instead of mobile phones is because Sipes retweeted a montage of Overa in which the phrase “release APK file” , or what comes to the same thing, a installation package for Android. today's howtos How To Install HPLIP 3.22.4 On Ubuntu / Linux Mint | Tips On UNIX This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to download and install hplip 3.22.4 on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, Linux Mint 20.3, and other Linux distributions. HPLIP – HP Linux Image and Printing, developed by HP for Printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser-based printers on Linux platforms. The latest version of HPLIP 3.22.4 contains new Distro support and added support to the new printers and the HPLIP installer is available for download. How To Install Neofetch on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS - idroot In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Neofetch on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Neofetch is a cross-platform and easy-to-use system information command-line script The Neofetch command display brief info about the respective system. It displays info such as Model, OS, Kernel, CPU, GPU, Memory, Uptime, Packages, Shell, Resolution, DE, WM, WP Theme, Theme, Icons, and Terminal. This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of Linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS. The installation is quite simple and assumes you are running in the root account, if not you may need to add ‘sudo‘ to the commands to get root privileges. I will show you the step-by-step installation of the Neofetch command-line system information on Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish). You can follow the same instructions for Ubuntu 22.04 and any other Debian-based distribution like Linux Mint, Elementary OS, Pop!_OS, and more as well. How to use deb-get to install third-party software on Ubuntu If you're looking for an easier way to install third-party software on Ubuntu, Martin Wimpress has you covered with deb-get. Jack Wallen shows you how to install and use this handy tool. How To Install Docker On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS [User Guide] | Itsubuntu.com Docker lets you run your applications in containers as they are more resource-friendly. Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is the latest stable version of the Ubuntu operating system. In this post, we will show you the process of installing Docker on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Easily Install & Manage Gnome Extensions in Ubuntu 22.04 via This App | UbuntuHandbook Trying out different Gnome Extensions frequently? The new “Extension Manager” app is really a good choice to make life easier! We usually install extensions by browsing through the Gnome Extension website and using the on page on/off switch. Then, manage the settings via a separate ‘Extensions’ app. However, Ubuntu’s pre-installed Firefox does not support the process since it’s a Snap package. Without installing anther browser package and opening the site time by time, a new project “Extension Manager” has been created as an “App Center” for Gnome Extensions. How to Install Java 17 LTS on Ubuntu 20.04 - RoseHosting Java is a free, open-source, high-level, object-oriented programming language that is designed to have as few implementation dependencies and it can run on all major operating systems that support Java without the need for recompilation. Java 17 LTS is the latest long-term support release that includes security and performance updates, and of-course bug fixes. How to Install Zabbix on Debian and Ubuntu Linux - LinuxStoney Zabbix is ​​a complex for monitoring your server. Zabbix will also allow you to track the status of a computer network and network equipment. Zabbix is ​​also often used to monitor web servers. In this article, we will look at how to put Zabbix on the lamp stack. Today, we learn how to install zabbix on Debian and Ubuntu Linux. Let’s proceed with the installation... 3 Ways To Install Node.js On Ubuntu 22.04 LTS | Itsubuntu.com Node.js is a JavaScript runtime and it is built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript engine. In this Ubuntu 22.04 LTS tutorial post, we will show you the easy way to install Node.js on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. There are multiple ways to install Node.js on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. Node.js version 12.22.9, is included with Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. How to install Thunderbird on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Linux Get the simple steps in this tutorial to install Thunderbird on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy JellyFish using GUI and command terminal. Thunderbird is Mozilla’s developed open source email client available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and other popular operating systems. The secure and free e-mail client “Mozilla Thunderbird” supports all common e-mail accounts, can encrypt outgoing messages on request, offers an integrated RSS reader, and is highly expandable. If you want, you can even use Thunderbird as a Twitter client. For better organization, you can also tag individual mails similar to photos with image managers. Thanks to the integrated add-on manager, you can find and install new extensions in no time. It also offers a service called the YouSendIt service to send large files. Introduction to Linux Postfix Architecture for Beginners Familiarity with email architectures is essential to be able to respond to various security and performance issues about mailing systems. When mailing systems and mail architectures are examined, it's found that one of the most important security issues is with mail transfer agents (MTA). Postfix is one of the most secure and configurable mail transfer agents. Here's everything you need to know about Postfix and its architecture.
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Banana Pi BPI-R2 Pro board lets you build an open source router with an RK3568 processor | Tux Machines

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KDE Connect Arrives on iPhone and iPad For Linux Fans KDE Connect Arrives on iPhone and iPad For Linux Fans KDE Connect has been around for years as a companion Android app for connecting to Linux PCs, similar to Microsoft Link to Windows (formerly “Your Phone”). Now there’s finally a KDE Connect app for iPhone and iPad. KDE Connect has quietly appeared on the Apple App Store for iPhone and iPad, seemingly without an official announcement (at least so far). Just like the Android version, it connects to a Linux PC running the KDE Connect application to a phone or tablet. You can then synchronize your clipboard across desktop and mobile, share files and links, and run commands on a PC from a phone. You can also use an iPhone as a virtual touchpad or presentation remote for a linked PC. KDE Connect is Now Available for iPhone & iPad - OMG! Ubuntu! An official KDE Connect mobile client is now available on the Apple App Store. The addition of this official iOS app means folks with an iPhone and/or iPad can benefit from a deeper set of integration between their mobile devices and their Linux desktop. today's leftovers Apple CarPlay Workaround for Tesla Vehicles Now Available to Download - MacRumors The workaround involves using a Rasberry Pi with an LTE modem and a Wi-Fi access point, running a custom Android-based firmware, as well as a micro-HDMI to HDMI cable and Ethernet cable. As demonstrated in a YouTube video, the in-car browser is used to connect to the Rasberry Pi and display the ‌‌CarPlay‌‌ interface on the Tesla's screen, where Apple apps including Maps and ‌Apple Music‌ function as expected. The system works while driving, and can also be controlled with the media buttons on the Tesla's steering wheel. Golf Ace helps you learn how to putt like the pros using tinyML | Arduino Blog Fancy golfing simulators are excellent for learning the best techniques such as balance and how to hold a club properly. However, their large cost puts them out of the reach of most people, so Nick Bild decided to create a far cheaper alternative that can still be beneficial. His Golf Ace system relies on a specially modified putter that runs a machine learning algorithm to give feedback about the quality of the putt. Department for Work and Pensions Improves Service Delivery Time to Meet Record Demand with Red Hat How Nokia and Red Hat are bringing cloud RAN to reality [Ed: Everything is being rebranded "clown" now (to fake a sense of novelty), even networks] Two worlds are meeting as parallel technologies advance: cloud-native applications, and the disaggregation of functions for radio access networks (RANs). In both cases the platform technologies are mature enough to converge in a production environment. This unlocks new opportunities for communications service providers (CSPs) to gain competitive edge through faster innovation and greater flexibility, and they are exploring these in earnest. Nokia’s Jane Rygaard, Head of Dedicated Wireless Networks and Edge Clouds, and Red Hat CTO Chris Wright discussed this recently in an interview with Telecom TV: Accelerating cloud RAN technology innovation in the 5G era. Can SteamOS and Steam Deck make Linux mainstream? - Invidious Ubuntu MATE 22.04 LTS overview | For a retrospective future. - Invidious In this video, I am going to show an overview of Ubuntu MATE 22.04 LTS and some of the applications pre-installed. Programming Leftovers Oracle's Java Losing Out To Amazon's From having around three-quarters of the Java market in 2022, its share has now fallen to just over a third. In the same period Amazon has gone from a 2% share to 22%. Implementing an SSH agent in Hare In the process of writing an SSH agent for Himitsu, I needed to implement many SSH primitives from the ground up in Hare, now available via hare-ssh. Today, I’m going to show you how it works! The Apache News Round-up: week ending 6 May 2022 Welcome, May --we're opening the month with another great week. Here's what the Apache community has been up to A Magic Mirror for Raspberry Pi (MagicMirror²)MagicMirror² is an open source modular smart mirror platform. With a growing list of installable modules, the MagicMirror² allows you to convert your hallway or bathroom mirror into your personal assistant. MagicMirror² is the winner in the official Raspberry Pi magazine’s 50th issue celebration feature voted by the Raspberry Pi community. This plugin installs in a few steps the MagicMirror² project on top of Raspberry Digital Signage. Code is built by the creator of the original MagicMirror with the incredible help of a growing community of contributors.
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