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Singapore reveals open-source blockchain COVID-test result tracker, eyes uses as vaccine passport app

  • The Register (Posted by bob on Mar 1, 2021 11:08 AM EST)
  • Story Type: News Story
Tech already used to verify university degrees, will soon be compulsory at the border Singapore has proposed a blockchain-based document verification system developed by its GovTech agency to provide proof of recent negative COVID-19 tests, and hopes it becomes used to offer proof of vaccination status around the world.…

Getting Started with CrowdSec - Open-Source Security Automation Tool

CrowdSec is a free & open-source security automation tool leveraging local IP behavior detection & a community-powered IP reputation system.

The first browser to introduce a second level in the tab bar for managing tab groups: Two-Level Tab

The Vivaldi browser takes tabs to the next level, literally. The first browser to introduce a second level in the tab bar for managing tab groups: Two-Level Tab

Red Hat RHEL For FREE, Kali Linux, GNOME 40, Modular Laptops, DIY N64 ROMs | This Week in Linux 140

on TWIL 140: Red Hat's RHEL Free for Open-Source Infrastructure, Mageia 8, Kali Linux, GNOME 40 Beta Released, Framework Modular Laptops, WINE On Wayland, RetroArch, Firefox 86, Tiny Core Linux 12.0

How to create an RPM package from a tarball

Creating RPM package files can be both as easy or complicated as you desire. If you're needing to create an RPM package from a tarball (.tar.gz) that a vendor sent you, this tutorial will be beneficial for you. In this tutorial, I will describe a step-by-step procedure for building an RPM package. The procedure includes creating the required directory structure, configuring a .spec file required for the rpmbuild process, and building and installing the RPM package. An additional step is added for those who may need to create more RPM packages in the future via a skeleton file.

Linus Torvalds went six days without electricity, swears smaller 5.12 kernel is co-incidental

Devs told if they really, really, need more time for merges they can have it Linux overlord Linus Torvalds has revealed that inclement weather in the USA meant he recently endured six electricity-free days in his Portland, Oregon, home during which he was unable to tend to the kernel. As a result he therefore pondered adding an extra week to the merge window for version 5.12 of the Linux kernel.…

First Linux Kernel 5.12 Release Candidate Is Now Available for Public Testing

Here we go again! Linus Torvalds just announced today the general availability for public testing of the first Release Candidate (RC) milestone of the upcoming Linux 5.12 kernel series.

How to run the Raspberry Pi Os in a virtual machine with Qemu and Kvm

Although many operating system are available for the Raspberry Pi, the official one is the Raspberry Pi Os. The operating system is made to run for the arm architecture, and can be easily installed on the SD card which will be used as the main Raspberry Pi storage device. Sometimes we may want to perform some tests or try some applications without having a physical Raspberry Pi machine; in this tutorial we will see how we can create a virtual machine with the Raspberry Pi Os system using Qemu and Kvm (Kernel Virtual Machine).

Mageia 8 Released with Better ARM Support and More

The Mageia team announced the release of Mageia 8 which brings some new features and enhancements. This is what's new.

Edit video on Linux with this Python app

In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I'll share 21 different reasons to use Linux. Here's how I use Linux to edit videos. read more

Xfce’s Apps Update for February 2021 Improves the Task Manager, Thunar, and More

In February 2021, Xfce, one of the lightweight desktop environments for GNU/Linux distributions, received a bunch of updates for its apps and core components.

How to Verify SHA256 Checksum of File in Linux using sha256sum

  • Trend Oceans; By Gagan Mishra (Posted by trendoceangd on Feb 28, 2021 9:37 AM EST)
  • Groups: Linux
The last week I intend to install Red Hat on my System. I was able to download and create a bootable device using the dd command without any hassle.

If you know, Red Hat has options to Test media [he] Install Red Hat Enterprises, so I have selected those options[/he] while it’s verifying media, it shows the error of The file header checksum does not match computed checksum.

Nitrux 1.3.8 Is Here with KDE Plasma 5.21, Support for Linux Kernel 5.11 and Mesa-Git

Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of a new monthly update to the Nitrux Linux distribution, Nitrux 1.3.8, which comes with the latest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software.

How to manage Flatpak permissions graphicly?

The main purpose of Flatpak is to provide a centralized service for distributing applications. But while Penguin users enjoy the taste of updated and secured Linux apps, they have hard time managing Flatpak permissions for the lack of graphical front-end which helps them do so...

Building Programs from Source on any Linux Distribution in a simple way

For new Linux users, compiling and installing programs from source code for the first time might be a nightmare. But it’s not; compiling from source code opens possibilities to use your favorite packages for any distribution.

Contribute at the Fedora Audio, Kernel 5.11 and i18n test days

Fedora test days are events where anyone can help make sure 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 three upcoming test events in […]

Linux Lite 5.4 Will Be Based on Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS, Release Candidate Ready for Testing

Linux Lite maintainer and lead developer Jerry Bezencon announced today the availability for public testing of the Release Candidate of the upcoming Linux Lite 5.4 Ubuntu-based distribution.

Copy file contents into Clipboard without displaying its contents, using Xclip and Xsel programs in Linux

This guide explains how to copy file contents into clipboard in Linux using Xclip and Xsel programs, without actually displaying the contents of the files.

Happy birthday, Python, you're 30 years old this week: Easy to learn, and the right tool at the right time

  • The Register; By Thomas Claburn (Posted by bob on Feb 28, 2021 12:57 AM EST)
  • Story Type: Editorial; Groups: Python
Popular programming language, at the top of its game, still struggles to please everyone. Feature The 30th anniversary of Python this week finds the programming language at the top of its game, but not without challenges.…

Linux Mint users in hot water for being slow with security updates, running old versions

  • The Register; By Tim Anderson (Posted by bob on Feb 27, 2021 11:42 PM EST)
  • Story Type: News Story; Groups: Linux, Mint
Automatic updates? 'We have ideas on how to improve this,' says founder. Linux Mint founder Clem Lefebvre has complained that too many users are slow to apply updates or run unsupported versions of the operating system.…

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