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  • GNU/Linux

    • Audiocasts/Shows

      • DragonFly BSD DigestBSD Now 472: Consistent Exit Code – DragonFly BSD Digest

        This week’s BSD Now is the normal roundup of stories. I won’t point you at anything specific; it’s all good.

      • VideoCPU X: The Greatest CPU Z Clone For Linux – Invidious

        One of the tools I missed the most when moving from Windows to Linux is CPU Z but it turns out that there was actually a clone of it for linux called CPU X and it works quite well.

      • VideoWTH YouTube? | Queen Wiciwici may be after me again! – Invidious

        So, today I received an email about a second community strike, but no action appears to have been taken. Am I being hunted by the dogs? Is my time almost up? I am not sure. As of now, I do not have any notice on the channel itself, but just an email so I thought I would get this message out. If I disappear from the YT kingdom, I will be covertly releasing videos here…

      • Full Circle Magazine: Full Circle Weekly News #280

        Continuation of GNOME Shell development for mobile devices:


        Performance and Retbleed:


        Release of GNU Emacs 28.2:


        Cross-platform Ladybird web-browser:


        WD is developing a NVMe driver in Rust:

        Fedora Linux 37 has moved to beta testing:


        SME Server 10.1 is available:


        Ubuntu has implemented the ability to dynamically obtain debugging information:


        Release of EndeavourOS 22.9:


        Vulnerability in the Enlightenment user environment:


        KDE Plasma 5.26 desktop testing for TV use:


        Ubuntu 22.10 intends to provide support for RISC-V Sipeed Lichee RV:


        Release of WebKitGTK 2.38.0 Epiphany 43:


        Floorp web browser 10.5.0:


    • Applications

      • Make Use OfHow to Take Notes in the Linux Terminal With tnote

        Most people don’t need fancy apps to jot down their ideas. If you’re one of them, consider installing tnote, a CLI-based note-taking app for Linux.

        You probably fire up a text editor every time you need to save an idea, a code snippet, or a URL. But you don’t always need to use a text editor to store tidbits.

        If you indulge with the Linux terminal a lot, you should look into integrating a terminal-based note-taking application into your workflow. Let’s learn how you can take notes in the Linux terminal.

    • Instructionals/Technical

      • Linux CapableHow to Install Foxit PDF Reader on Manjaro 21 Linux

        Foxit PDF Reader is a multilingual freemium tool that can create, view, edit, digitally sign, and print PDF files. Fuzhou, the China-based Foxit Software, develops Foxit Reader. Early versions of Foxit Reader were notable for startup performance and small file size. The current version supports more than 20 languages and allows users to annotate PDF documents with notes and create bookmarks from the Table of Contents. Users can also save customized Toolbars, add stamps and watermarks, attach files, highlight text fragments and use other tools to manipulate PDF documents.

        Some other notable additions to Foxit Reader are that it supports password-protected PDFs and digital signatures and offers enterprise users deployment capabilities through Active Directory or Group Policy. With these features, network administrators can centrally manage the installation of Foxit Reader on their organization’s computers.

        The following tutorial will teach you how to install Foxit on Manjaro 21 Linux. The tutorial will use the command line terminal with yay AUR helper. Ideally, most users may be using some wrapper for Pacman; for new users, it is essential to install one to keep your packages up-to-date while you learn Arch/Manjaro.

      • Linux HintHow to Install CodeCombat on Ubuntu

        For any gamer who wants to learn to program, CodeCombat is a great coding gaming to learn it by playing games. The CodeCombat is a dungeon-delving-type coding game that helps young kids to learn how to code by playing games. You control the movement of the players by writing code in various languages, including Python and JavaScript.

        CodeCombat is available online without needing to install it. But for someone who loves getting their grip on things, installing the game on your Ubuntu is a good idea. There are various steps to get CodeCombat up and running and this guide covers it.

      • Linux HintDisable Unnecessary Services in Debian Linux

        “By disabling unused services, you can increase your system performance and decrease vulnerability risks. This tutorial explains how to disable services in Debian-based Linux distributions, including Ubuntu.

        This article is optimized for both users looking for practical instructions for fast implementation and users looking for a deep understanding of services management. Learning how to disable and manage services is mandatory for all Linux users, independently of their current knowledge level.

      • Network WorldUsing the Linux apropos command – even if you have to fix it first

        The apropos command can help you find commands or discover some you don’t yet know, but if you get the response “nothing appropriate”, it might need some help.

      • Network WorldUsing ‘break’ and ‘continue’ to exit loops in bash

        As nice as looping in Linux scripts can be, you might just want to interrupt it sometimes, and the break and continue commands can do this.

      • HowTo GeekWhat’s the Difference Between .bashrc and .profile on Linux?

        Logging onto a Linux machine running Bash causes certain files to be read. They configure your shell environment. But which files are read, and when, can be confusing. Here’s what really happens.

      • SFTP Secure file upload and download using the put and get commands in the Linux Terminal

        To begin, open your terminal and create a new text file named test_file.txt on your Desktop. We will use this file to upload (put) and download (get)…

      • ID RootHow To Install Java on Fedora 36 – idroot

        In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Java on Fedora 36. For those of you who didn’t know, Java is a general-purpose, class-based, object-oriented multipurpose programming language that is popular due to the design having lesser implementation dependencies. It is used for developing a wide range of applications across a plethora of different platforms.

        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 Java programming language on a Fedora 36.

      • How to fix Suspend/Resume failures with NVMe drives on Linux (Ubuntu as an example)?

        I finally made suspend feature work on my Linux laptop with NVME SSD after it gave me a headache the past few days. So how can you do that too?

        Suspend failures are not specific to a particular distribution but occur across all Linux distributions, as long as you use an NVME SSD. What we’re going to do here is more of a workaround than a fix.

        To fix the broken suspend and system freeze after the laptop resumes, you should add The IOMMU=soft kernel parameter to your Grub configuration file.

      • ID RootHow To Install Peek on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS – idroot

        In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Peek on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Peek is a software used for screen recording and for creating GIFs in Ubuntu. It is optimized for generating animated GIFs, but you can also directly record to WebM or MP4 if you prefer.

        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 Peek animated Gif screen recorder 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.

      • AddictiveTipsHow to benchmark your disks on Linux

        Need to test the read and write speed of your hard drives or SSDs on Linux? With Kdiskmark, you can! In this guide, we’ll show you how to use Kdiskmark to measure the speeds of your drives.

      • Linux HandbookFind Files by Name in Linux [5 Frequent Use Cases]

        Most often, you are looking for a file on Linux and you do not exactly know its true location on the system disk.

        There are multiple ways to find files in the Linux command line. Most common and most reliable way is to use the find command.

        The find command is extremely versatile and has way too many usages but here I’ll focus on finding files by their name.

      • DebugPointHow to Install Fedora Linux in Oracle VirtualBox

        I will show you in this guide how easy it is to install Fedora Linux (all the latest versions) in Oracle’s VirtualBox.

        VirtualBox is a popular virtual machine application that helps you try out different operating systems (such as Linux and Windows) without physically installing them into your hardware.

        This tutorial primarily focuses on how you can install Fedora Linux in Oracle VirtualBox.

      • H2S MediaCommands to install FreeOffice on Debian 11 Bullseye

        Get the easy steps to install the FreeOffice suite on Debian 11 Bullseye Linux for managing your documents, presentations, and spreadsheets.

        Using FreeOffice Microsoft documents can usually be opened, edited, and saved under FreeOffice without loss of formatting. Also visually oriented the software is stronger which won’t let you feel that you are using some free office version. This allows you to use a modern ribbon menu, as you are used to from MS Word. FreeOffice also includes a classic menu including Light and Dark Mode. In addition, there is a touchscreen mode, which significantly improves finger operation.

      • H2S Media3 ways to Install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS

        Learn the steps to install NetBeans IDE on Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy JellyFish or Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa LTS using the command terminal.

        Apache NetBeans is an open-source IDE to create Java applications and programs. It is a modular IDE that can extend its features with help of plugins. The name NetBeans usually refers to the development environment, the NetBeans IDE. However, it initially refers to a framework for the simplified programming of Java applications that use Swing widgets. This also includes the development environment.

        As a Java program, the NetBeans IDE can be used on all platforms for which a compatible java virtual machine (JVM) is available. The functionality can be flexibly expanded thanks to end-to-end modularization. Several different packages allow the direct installation of the NetBeans IDE with suitable plug-ins for different applications. For example, the modules can be used to retrofit support for other programming languages, integrate them into existing version control systems, and expand the development environment as desired.

      • How to two-boot Linux and Windows 11 – How to boot the dual boot system – Game News 24

        The first step toward Linux is scary. We have lots of terminal applications, applications and environments to learn. Thankfully Linux has improved in recent years (from the earliest text-based installs used in the late 1990s to the earliest graphical versions (Debian and Slackware), to the early 2000s (Corel Linux, Mandrake). Since the ’90s, our graph installers improved as they tested Linux.

        The first steps to Linux are divided into two paths. One computer such as the Raspberry Pi is a board. Or more traditionally a dual boot setup, where Windows and Linux are usually on the same machine, most often on the same boot drive. By adding a custom boot menu, GRUB, you can use the two operating systems to switch between the two of us when we power our PC.

        We’ll learn how to double boot Linux with Windows, using Ubuntu and Windows 11. The steps are identical with Windows 10 or with Windows 10.

      • Linux CapableHow to Install Rust on Rocky Linux 9

        Rust is a systems programming language focused on speed, memory safety, and parallelism. Rust is syntactically similar to C++ but can guarantee memory safety by using a borrow checker for validating references. Rust is backed by a large and friendly community of developers committed to improving the language. The Mozilla Foundation supports the Rust team, which ensures that the language remains free and open source. Rust is used in various software applications, such as game engines, operating systems, file systems, browser components, and simulation engines for virtual reality. Thanks to its focus on safety and performance, Rust has quickly become a popular choice among developers for many projects.

        For some history of Rust programming language’s background, it was initially designed by Graydon Hoare at Mozilla Research. The language was launched in 2010, and its stability and GPU support makes it a popular choice for developers looking to create high-performance applications. Rust is used in various applications, such as game engines, operating systems, file systems, browser components, and simulation engines for virtual reality. In 2016, Rust was voted the “most loved programming language” in the Stack Overflow Developer Survey.

        For users, especially developers wanting to try out Rust Programming language, you will know how to install Rust on Rocky Linux 9; the tutorial will teach you how to install the latest version with the official bash script.

      • Barry KaulerFirefox running in container as user spot

        That is annoying, as “crippled root” is very secure.

    • Desktop Environments/WMs

      • GNOME Desktop/GTK

        • Make Use Of10 Reasons You Should Be Using the GNOME Tweaks Tool on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

          GNOME Tweaks is the go-to application to customize Ubuntu’s desktop. Here are the many ways you can personalize your system using GNOME Tweaks.

          Linux is known for being customizable, and the Ubuntu desktop is no exception. But that doesn’t mean you can adjust everything you want out of the box. That requires the installation of additional software.

          Fortunately, GNOME Tweaks is a free, one-stop shop for making many of the, well, tweaks you wish to make. Here’s a look at the ways you can use it to configure much of your Ubuntu experience.

  • Distributions and Operating Systems

  • Free, Libre, and Open Source Software

    • SaaS/Back End/Databases

      • PostgreSQLPostgreSQL: pgAdmin 4 v6.14 Released

        The pgAdmin Development Team is pleased to announce pgAdmin 4 version 6.14. This release of pgAdmin 4 includes 23 bug fixes and new features. For more details please see the release notes.

        pgAdmin is the leading Open Source graphical management tool for PostgreSQL. For more information, please see the website.

    • Productivity Software/LibreOffice/Calligra

      • LinuxiacONLYOFFICE 7.2 Is Out with UI Changes and New Functionalities

        ONLYOFFICE is a free cross-platform business-class productivity platform designed for internal team collaboration. It is unique because it includes document, spreadsheet, and presentation editors in a single desktop app.

        This open-source MS Office alternative works with the most popular file formats, including DOCX, ODT, XLSX, ODS, CSV, PPTX, and ODP, and is free to use on Linux, Windows, and macOS platforms.

        Furthermore, one of ONLYOFFICE’s advantages is that it can be integrated with popular file sync and share applications like Nextcloud or Seafile.

    • Web Frameworks

      • Linux Links6 Top Free and Open Source Swift Web Frameworks

        Swift is a powerful and intuitive general-purpose programming language for the OS X, iOS, watchOS, and Linux operating systems. It’s friendly to new programmers, feels familiar to Objective-C developers, and the language is optimized for development.

        Here’s our verdict on the best Swift web frameworks. We only recommend free and open source software here.

  • Leftovers

    • Security

      • Critical Magento bug used in fresh round of attacks

        Improper input validation vulnerability has a CVSS score of 9.8 out of 10

      • Computer WeeklyALPHV/BlackCat ransomware family becoming more dangerous

        The developer or developers behind the ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) family known variously as ALPHV, BlackCat and Noberus, have been hard at work refining their tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) and today are probably more dangerous than ever before, according to intelligence from Symantec.

      • TechTarget15-year-old Python vulnerability poses supply chain threat [Ed: Misleading: not many projects are affected by this as they don't collect and process random compressed files from hostile sources]

        Trellix researchers issued a call for help to patch a vulnerable software module, which was found in more than 300,000 open source GitHub repositories.

      • TechTargetIT pros pan government software supply chain security advice

        As the prospect of federally mandated SBOM drives up usage of the software supply chain security tech, the government’s documentation so far adds to risky confusion, experts say.

      • Security WeekNew ’Wolfi’ Linux Distro Focuses on Software Supply Chain Security | SecurityWeek.Com

        Chainguard this week announced Wolfi, a stripped-down Linux OS distribution designed to improve the security of the software supply chain.

        Available on GitHub, the community Linux distribution was created specifically for use with containers and cloud-native applications, and supports Chainguard images, the firm’s collection of curated distroless images.

        Wolfi (named after star-sucker pygmy octopus, the smallest known octopus), relies on the environment’s kernel (instead of having its own) to be widely adaptable, and brings support for both glibc and musl.

        According to the software supply chain security firm, Wolfi delivers build-time software bills of material (SBOM) for all packages, has a declarative and reproducible build system, and uses the apk package format. With Wolfi, packages are granular and independent, offering support for minimal images.

      • ViceSony Reintroduced a PS4 Bug on PS5 Which Could Have Led to a Jailbreak [Ed: GNU/Linux on PS5?]

        Hackers could have jailbroken the PlayStation 5 thanks to a bug that was already discovered and patched on the PlayStation 4 in 2021, but then reappeared on the new console.

      • Scoop News GroupResearchers unearth hacking group that’s been active, yet undetected for years – CyberScoop

        During a recent investigation of a series of cyber intrusions into an unnamed high-value target, threat intelligence researchers with SentinelOne’s SentinelLabs team discovered nearly 10 hacking groups associated with China and Iran.

        This isn’t necessarily new when dealing with significant targets, sometimes referred to as a “magnet of threats” in cybersecurity, as they attract and host multiple hacking efforts simultaneously. But among the cohabitating groups, researchers unearthed a previously unknown group that seems to be operating in alignment with nation-state interests and perhaps as part of a high-end contractor arrangement.

    • Finance

      • VoxThe Fed raised interest rates again. What does that mean for the economy and inflation? – Vox

        The Federal Reserve raised interest rates again on Wednesday. Here’s what that could mean.

        The Federal Reserve raised interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday in an attempt to bring the highest inflation in 40 years under control.

        It was the fifth time the Fed has lifted rates since March, and another unusually large increase for the central bank. Inflation has recently started to slow: In August, prices rose 8.3 percent compared to a year ago, down slightly from July’s 8.5 percent, according to a Consumer Price Index report released last week. Still, higher prices have made it harder for Americans to afford basic essentials like food and housing.

        When the Fed raises interest rates, the central bank is ultimately hoping to stabilize rapidly rising prices. The effect of this can ripple throughout the economy. Raising interest rates essentially makes borrowing money more expensive. By doing so, the Fed is effectively trying to slow the economy and consumer demand for goods and services. The hope is that eventually, prices will stop growing so quickly if demand falls.

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    • Personal

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      • Wear

        In 2019, my wife and I visited Walt Disney World in Florida. While I’ve never been particularly interested in graphic tees or Mickey Mouse ears, we still bought a lot of souvenirs there, including a plain white baseball-style cap with a blue “D” embroidered on the front.

        I love the hat, and I enjoy wearing it when I’m outdoors, but the snow-white fabric stains very easily. That doesn’t always sit well with me. I’m the type of person who likes when the things I own are either pristine or well-worn, but I have a hard time getting from one point to the other.

      • A Favourite Youtube Channel: Nuke’s Top 5

        I love ghost videos. I think that’s why I love the Paranormal Activity series of movies so much. I used to scour for videos on Youtube back in the day to find ‘real’ evidence of ghosts or watch shows like Ghosthunter religiously.

        It had been a while since I delved back into that world, and when I was introduced to Nuke’s Top 5 through another unrelated Youtube channel, I was instantly hooked.

        There is a massive back catalogue and every video is like 30+ minutes. It’s incredibly edited and the ‘evidence’ is always top-notch. I also really like how he showcases videos from people and channels from across the world and give full credit to every source he can.

    • Technical

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  2. [Meme] Guilt by Association

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  3. That Time Sirius 'Open Source' Fired a Blind Lady While Gagging Sympathetic Staff

    Sirius 'Open Source' was taken to court after it had wrongly fired a couple of employees, one of whom was blind; this was accompanied by lies about why the staff's communication server was shut down

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    Links for the day

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    The Unified Patent Court (UPC) lobby is once again forced to admit issues and delays; we've seen this time and time again for nearly a decade already

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    “UPC [is] delayed by 2 months,” a source has told us, dubbing it “good news” and reaffirming what we’ve said this past year; this litigation lobby's 'wishlist' system isn’t legal, it’s not ready, there are yet more scandals, and journalists have been catching up with these scandals

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    IRC logs for Sunday, December 04, 2022

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    When companies behave like monarchies where staff has no role at all in decision-making and decisions are made in violation of those companies’ tenets (or mission statements) it is inevitable that staff will issue concerns, first internally and — failing that — in other channels

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    In Sirius there’s no room for debate, even among half a dozen or so technical colleagues; decisions are made in the dark by a tightly-knit cabal (with rather childish superhero cartoons as their avatars) and then imposed on everybody else (hardly democratic, not sane)

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    Part 3 of a report regarding Sirius Open Source, which is imploding after bad judgement and misuse of power against employees

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    Links for the day

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    Links for the day

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