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    Intel Innovation 2022: 13. generace procesorů Intel Core

    pubsub.slavino.sk / abclinuxu · 3 days ago - 01:25

Intel na dvoudenní akci Intel Innovation 2022 představuje své novinky. První den představil 13. generaci procesorů Intel Core. Nejvýkonnější Intel Core i9-13900K má 24 jader (8 výkonných a 16 úsporných) a 32 vláken a může běžet až na 5,8 GHz. Jeho cena je 589 dolarů.

Značky: #Linux

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    VK (VKontaktě) a další VK aplikace byly odstraněny z App Store

    pubsub.slavino.sk / abclinuxu · 4 days ago - 20:24

Sociální síť VK (VKontaktě) a další VK aplikace byly odstraněny z App Store [Заявление от VK].

Značky: #Linux

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Google Chrome 106 byl prohlášen za stabilní. Nejnovější stabilní verze 106.0.5249.61 přináší řadu oprav a vylepšení (YouTube). Opraveno bylo 20 bezpečnostních chyb. Vylepšeny byly také nástroje pro vývojáře (YouTube).

Značky: #Linux

Laboratoře CZ.NIC vydaly novou verzi 4.21.0 aplikace Datovka, tj. svobodné multiplatformní desktopové aplikace pro přístup k datovým schránkám a k trvalému uchovávání datových zpráv v lokální databázi. Nové vlastnosti: Nový formát databáze tagů. Staré databáze jsou automaticky převedeny na nový formát. Lze importovat účty z dat exportovaných z mobilní aplikace. Při generování emailů lze zvolit libovolnou kombinaci příloh, zda se má jednat o kompletní datové zprávy, doručenky nebo přílohy datových zpráv. Uživatelé spisové služby mohou u zpráv, které nejsou ve spisové službě ještě nahrané, ověřit, zda identifikátory (spisové značky a jednací čísla) zpráv neodpovídají nějakému umístění a zda se mohou do spisové služby automaticky nahrát.

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    Pwndrop on Linode

    pubsub.slavino.sk / linuxyournal · 4 days ago - 16:00 edit · 2 minutes

Pwndrop on Linode

When I first ran across PwnDrop, I was intrigued at what the developers had in mind with it. For instance, if you're a white-hat hacker and are looking to share exploits safely with your client, you might use a service like PwnDrop. If you're a journalist communicating with, well, just about anyone who is trying to keep their identity secret, you might use a service like PwnDrop.

In this tutorial, we're going to look at how easy it is to set up and use in just a few minutes.

Prerequisites for PwnDrop in Docker

First things first, you’ll need a Docker server set up. Linode has made that process very simple and you can set one up for just a few bucks a month and can add a private IP address (for free) and backups for just a couple bucks more per month.

Another thing you’ll need is a domain name, which you can buy from almost anywhere online for a wide range of prices depending on where you make your purchase. Be sure to point the domain's DNS settings to Linode. You can find more information about that here: https://www.linode.com/docs/guides/dns-manager/

You’ll also want a reverse proxy set up on your Docker Server so that you can do things like route traffic and manage SSLs on your server. I made a video about the process of setting up a Docker server with Portainer and a reverse proxy called Nginx Proxy Manager that you can check out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7oUjfsaR0NU

Once you’ve got your Docker server set up, you can begin the process of setting up your PwnDrop password manager on that server.

There are 2 primary ways you can do this:

  1. In the command line via SSH.
  2. In Portainer via the Portainer dashboard.

We're going to take a look at how to do this in Portainer so that we can have a user interface to work with.

Head over to http://your-server-ip-address:9000 and get logged into Portainer with the credentials we set up in our previous post/video.

On the left side of the screen, we're going to click the "Stacks" link and then, on the next page, click the "+ Add stack" button.

This will bring up a page where you'll enter the name of the stack. Below that that you can then copy and paste the following:


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    How to Deploy ONLYOFFICE Docs Server on RHEL/CentOS

    pubsub.slavino.sk / linuxhandbook.com · 4 days ago - 11:08 edit

ONLYOFFICE is an excellent open source alternative to Microsoft Office. You can self host it for online office and collaboration. Here's how to deploy on RedHat/CentOS distros.

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RSS čtečka NewsFlash byla vydána v nové major verzi 2.0. Proběhla portace na GTK 4 a libadwaita. Instalovat ji lze také z Flathubu.

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    Linux and Health Trains potential concept in Botswana

    preptorrent · 5 days ago - 21:28 edit · 3 minutes

An hospital train carriage (just a low cost single carriage or two converted from an existing train or locomotive and appended to an existing train to run a couple of times a year maybe on a return journey) would mitigate and potentially partially overcome some challenges in Botswana. Profit could be made by creating humic material which is transported North and sold to the great green wall, and the humic material could be a biproduct of trees and vegetation grow for smoked flavouring of tobacco in Botswana (also a profit area).

So the train could have armed-guard medic ecology rangers who protect the ecology and crops but also provide some first aid knowledge such as that free from wikibooks (e.g. as the links which then also show more links like the wikibooks first-aid PDF found via the link on my YT About page mentioned "GNU Gnome") and occassionally hand out a linux CDRW disk to install or LiveCD (in 32bit and 64 bit) for the cleverest peers in the communities to teach locals sharing their computer like an amd64 SBC running from a battery (e.g. a car battery) with buck convertor and homemade photovoltaic solar panel because debian edu and slackware and fedora have many "edu" style free softwares. Health topics of Sexually transmitted infections, Vehicles crashes first-aid (like trains, aircraft and road vehicles) and disease from those bugs you mentioned could be mentioned as small HowTo guides using GNU_Health software on the SBC AMD64 linux computer (with a LoRaWAN on it and rtl2832u SDR dongle) topics of health can be bluetoothed to people's phone or handed to them on a small double-sided A6 printed sheet with QR codes, small text guides (in english and translations and some magnetlinks to DVD ISO files of EndlessOS for AMd64, and ARM and a few debian CD ISO files for i586 32bit and amd64).

Only about 5 such AM64 SBC computer setups would be needed (dividing £1000 between 5 means about £200 each for battery setup, tiny 5inch or 7inch small screen, SDCard, USB pendrive, Mouse, keyboard, power-convertors and all, plus a $1 second hand usb webcam from a playstation2 eyetoy) so there would be one in the North, one in the East, One in the West, one in the South and one on train to count as the one for the centre of the country. So in other words it is an A8 sheet folded in 4 so in ends up as A6 with duplex printing (thereby meaning 4 "sections" each side of a duplex printed A4 sheet result in 8 sections). In 7 of the 8 "sections" write the same information repeated in different languages in tiny text, cramming The 8th panel would be a proforma for their individual indentity information and the pre-printed magnet links and QR codes and latitude-longitude, unix timedate-stamps and and HAM Radio information, and some GCSE physics formula triangles.

Chittagonian (Bangladesh) saṭgãia or siʈaiŋga would be the first language i.e "1", so "2" is French, "3" portuguese, "4" Taa, "5" Tshwa, "6" Khwe, "7" Hindu-Urdu sanskrit, "8" Chinese (mandarin/unihan), "9" Japanese, "10" Korean, "11" Arabic, "12" Indonesian sanskrit (e.g. pallava script), "13" Russian, "14" Cambodian-Thai "15" Khmer language, "16" Amharic Ethiopian, "17" Afrikaans, "18" Kalanga, "19" Swahili language, "20" Georgian, "21" English (chiefly British).

To help you, much of this information is on the link (GNOME GNU) I mentioned, and more information to discover the technologies and guides and documentation.

Arabic SDR Rrtl2832u Soapy-Remote LimeSDR

Donating to Linux Slackware for OIDC LoRa BitTorrent install

https://mov.im/?blog/preptorrent%40movim.eu/donating-to-linux-slackware-for-oidc-lora-bittorrent-install-YKQAaj

Donating to Linux Slackware for OIDC LoRa BitTorrent install

Donating 5 USD to GNOME Foundation GNU

https://mov.im/?blog/preptorrent%40movim.eu/donating-5-usd-to-gnome-foundation-jp4OiJ

Donating 5 USD to GNOME Foundation GNU

Linux Urdu or Arabic

https://mov.im/?blog/preptorrent%40movim.eu/ab82747e-5183-4fe3-a260-115144cb4846

Linux Urdu or Arabic

Linux Slackware Documentation English

https://docs.slackware.com/slackware:beginners_guide

Linux Slackware Documentation English

A guide through the whole process of installing and configuring Slackware Linux; written for new and experienced users alike

Linux Slackware Documentation Arabic

https://docs.slackware.com/start?id=ar:slackware:beginners_guide

Linux Slackware Documentation Arabic

Linux Slackware Documentation Dutch Nederlands

https://docs.slackware.com/start?id=nl:slackware:beginners_guide

Linux Slackware Documentation Dutch Nederlands

een gids voor het gehele proces van installatie en configuratie van Slackware Linux, geschreven voor zowel nieuwe als ervaren gebruikers

Linux Slackware Documentation Chinese

https://docs.slackware.com/start?id=zh:start

为你安装和配置 Slackware Linux时进行全程指导;是不是新手都能看。

My comment has no hate in it and I do no harm. I am not appalled or afraid, boasting or envying or complaining... Just saying. Psalms23: Giving thanks and praise to the Lord and peace and love. Also, I'd say Matthew6.

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