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How to Install FreeIPA Identity Management System on Rocky Linux 9
FreeIPA is an open-source identity management solution for Linux/Unix operating systems. In this tutorial, you will install and set up FreeIPA on Rocky Linux 9 server.
Had enough of Android? First 'Focal' based Ubuntu Touch is out
First version built on 20.04 hits smartphones and tablets of UBPorts fans. The UBPorts project has just released the fruit of a lot of labor, especially for a volunteer group, emitting a fresh version of its smartphone OS – which includes the Lomiri UI, formerly known as Unity 8.…
Oh, Snap. openSUSE downloads increasing, and Leap 15.5 is coming soon
Could have something to do with Ubuntu kicking Flatpak. Meanwhile, SUSE may be pulling up closer to rival Red Hat. openSUSE is doing well: downloads are increasing, and a new version of the stable-release-cycle openSUSE, Leap 15.5, is coming soon.…
Nostalgic for VB? BASIC is anything but dead
Microsoft's attention has moved on, but flame still alive. If you miss the simplicity of putting an app together with drag-and-drop in VB, there are some alternatives that might tickle your tastebuds.…
How to Install Redmine Project Management Software on Debian 11
Redmine is a free and open-source project management software and issue-tracking tool. It is written using the Ruby on Rails framework and can be integrated with various version control systems. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Redmine on a Debian 11 server.
Contribute at the Fedora CoreOS, Upgrade, and IoT Test Days
Fedora test days are events where anyone can help make certain that changes in Fedora work well in an upcoming release. Fedora community members often participate, and the public is welcome at these events. If you’ve never contributed to Fedora before, this is a perfect way to get started. There are five upcoming test days […]
Arduino UNO gets Renesas hardware update
The upcoming Open Source board will be equipped with a 32-bit Renesas RA4M1 processor instead of the 8-bit ATmega328P chip. Moreover, there will be a UNO R4 version featuring an ESP32 module for wireless connectivity. Unlike the Arduino Giga (STM32H747XI) board launched earlier this month, the new Arduino R4 Minima will feature the following Renesas […]
PyTorch 2.0: Our next generation release that is faster, more Pythonic and Dynamic as ever
We are excited to announce the release of PyTorch® 2.0 which we highlighted during the PyTorch Conference on 12/2/22! PyTorch 2.0 offers the same eager-mode development and user experience, while fundamentally changing and supercharging how PyTorch operates at compiler level under the hood with faster performance and support for Dynamic Shapes and Distributed. This next-generation release includes a Stable […]
Use sysfs to restart failed PCI devices (WiFi cards, sound cards, etc.)
If you have a buggy WiFi card or sound card, use this neat trick to restart your PCI devices without having to restart your PC!
ChatGPT, how did you get here? It was a long journey through open source AI
Without publicly accessible code, there would be no AI chatbot. Opinion When OpenAI released ChatGPT 3.5 in late November 2022, no one expected much from the new release. It was just a "research preview," explained Sandhini Agarwal, an AI Policy researcher at OpenAI. "We didn't want to oversell it as a big fundamental advance," added Liam Fedus, a scientist at the org.…
How to Install Percona XtraDB Cluster on Rocky Linux 9
Percona XtraDB Cluster is a fully open-source database clustering solution for MySQL. Percona XtraDB Cluster provides synchronous replication, multi-source replication, automatic node provisioning, automatic SSL encryption configuration, and optimized performance.
How to Install and Configure Suricata IDS along with Elastic Stack on Ubuntu 22.04
Suricata is a Network Monitoring tool that examines and processes every packet of internet traffic that flows through your server. It can generate log events, trigger alerts and drop traffic upon detecting any suspicious activity.
Framework presents new DIY upgradeable laptops
Framework introduced today their Framework Laptop 13 DIY Edition compatible with the AMD Ryzen 7040 Series processors and 13th Gen Intel processors. These highly customizable laptops are available to pre-order starting at $849.00. As of today, the Framework Laptop 13 can be preordered with the following Intel 13th Gen CPUs: i7-1370P — 14C/20T (6P+8E), 3.90 […]
Tails 5.11: Secure-surfing 'amnesiac' live distro arrives
A highly opinionated little live USB/DVD/VM image for the paranoid The latest version of TAILS has improved memory management, which means it should work a little better on memory-constrained computers. It's the go-to option for secure private internet access.…
GitHub Copilot learns new tricks, adopts this year's model
Armed with GPT-4, Microsoft's AI 'pair programmer' can tag pull requests, parrot documentation, talk about code. Microsoft GitHub has trained its Copilot programming model to perform new tasks, making the already widely adopted AI assistant all the more unavoidable for developers.…
NVIDIA debuts Jetson Orin Nano Developer Kit
Today, NVIDIA unveiled their latest Developer Kit based on the Jetson Orin 8GB module designed for Robotic and Smart Vision applications. This new development kit delivers up to 40 TOPs of AI performance and it can be preordered for $489.00. According to the product announcement, the new Dev Kit is only available with the Jetson […]
How to Install KubeSphere on Ubuntu 22.04
Kubesphere free and open-source Kubernetes platform and cloud-native application management verified by CNCF. It's an enterprise-grade Kubernetes container platform with feature-rich and tailored for hybrid multi-cloud deployment.
Slice and Save Costs with Open Packet Broker
Enterprise data centers continuously monitor network traffic to improve performance, provide better customer experience, and identify threats. All these appliances or tools require only a portion of the network payload to meet the monitoring requirements. Modern Network Packet brokers use “Packet truncation” technique to optimize the processing of network traffic which involves the removal of […]
Russian developers blocked from contributing to FOSS tools
The war in Ukraine is bad and wrong… but does blocking these contributions help Ukraine? Opinion Code is being refused if it comes from developers in sanctioned Russian companies… but it's not clear if this is an effective move. Cui bono?…
STM32U5 Discovery Kit features 2.47' TFT round LCD
The STM32U5A9J-DK is a development platform featuring an low power Arm Cortex M33 with support for Arm TrustZone. This compact dev kit is equipped with 4GB of eMMC memory, MEMs sensors and on-board debugger/programmer. This new development kit features the 32-bit STM32U5A9J ultra-low power microcontroller from the new STM32U5 Series. STM32U5A9J — Arm Cortex M33 […]