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    Comment créer un paquet .deb pour Debian / Ubuntu / Mint ?

    news.movim.eu / Korben · Wednesday, 21 September - 07:00

Dans le cadre de mon Patreon , j’essaye de varier les sujets et de toujours proposer des tutoriels accessibles à tous ! Parfois, je vous parle de développement, parfois de sécurité, parfois de Windows et bien évidemment de Linux. Et cette semaine, je libère cette vidéo qui n’aurait pas vu le jour sans le soutien des gens inscrits sur mon Patreon !

J’y parle de création de paquets .deb pour Debian et systèmes dérivés comme Ubuntu ou Mint. Vous allez voir, c’est easy !

Merci à vous la team !

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    HTTP2 on Apache2

    pubsub.slavino.sk / systemajik · Monday, 1 August - 03:59 edit

HTTP2 allows web servers to serve multiple content streams on the same connection. This can reduce server and network load. I have updated my Ubuntu Apache servers to enable HTTP2. After installing the latest Ubuntu release, I needed to redo the switch to the event Multi-Processing Module (MPM) and switch PHP content delivery back to… Continue reading HTTP2 on Apache2

Značky: #debian, #apache2, #ubuntu, #http2, #Network

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    Dell’s XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition gets Ubuntu 22.04 LTS certified

    news.movim.eu / ArsTechnica · Thursday, 21 July - 04:00

Dell XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition in graphite

Enlarge / Dell XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition in its graphite color. (credit: Dell)

Dell is extending its love for Linux to the Dell XPS 13 Plus. The Developer Edition of the laptop has been Ubuntu 22.04 LTS-certified, Canonical announced today. That means the laptop will be sold starting in August with the latest version of Ubuntu, and owners of the XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition can download Ubuntu 22.04 LTS today (even if they bought it with Windows 11 ) for guaranteed performance.

The XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition is the first 22.04 LTS-certified laptop, joining only some Raspberry Pi devices in certification . However, Dell has been certifying some of its XPS laptops, as well as other machines, for Ubuntu for generations. HP and Lenovo also have Ubuntu-certified systems.

Of course, Ubuntu certification means all the components will "work as expected," as Canonical's announcement today put it. Further, Ubuntu LTS certification means the device will have support for at least 10 years. Ubuntu's release cycle page states that LTS (long-term support) releases include 10 years of "Base Package" maintenance and security updates.

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    How to archive entire web page in a single HTML file

    pubsub.slavino.sk / sleeplessbestie · Friday, 13 May - 11:00 edit

Use SingleFile to archive entire web page in a single HTML file. Browser extension Install browser extension for Firefox, Chrome or Edge. This is enough for occasional use, quick and clean solution, just remember to backup saved pages. CLI utility You can also use the command-line utility which will execute a headless browser. Install npm. […]

Značky: #Ubuntu, #Debian, #Linux, #DailyOps

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    How to install Ubuntu Release Upgrader on an older system

    pubsub.slavino.sk / sleeplessbestie · Sunday, 1 May - 11:00 edit

Install Ubuntu Release Upgrader on an older system. Connect to an older Ubuntu instance. $ ssh example.org -l mgmt mgmt@example.org's password: Welcome to Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS (GNU/Linux 5.4.0 x86_64) * Documentation: https://help.ubuntu.com * Management: https://landscape.canonical.com * Support: https://ubuntu.com/advantage Last login: Wed Apr 27 16:25:14 2022 from 137.11.134.19 Inspect operating system details. $ lsb_release -a No […]

Značky: #Ubuntu, #SysOps, #Linux

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    How to fix pkeys are immutable error inside Vagrant on Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish

    pubsub.slavino.sk / sleeplessbestie · Saturday, 30 April - 11:00 edit

Fix pkeys are immutable on OpenSSL error inside Vagrant on Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish. Operating system. $ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Release: 22.04 Codename: jammy Perform a vagrant operation to raise an error. $ vagrant up [...] from /usr/share/rubygems-integration/all/gems/vagrant-2.2.19/lib/vagrant/machine.rb:215:in `block in action' from /usr/share/rubygems-integration/all/gems/vagrant-2.2.19/lib/vagrant/environment.rb:614:in `lock' from […]

Značky: #DevOps, #Linux, #Ubuntu

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    How to enumerate power sources and display battery status

    pubsub.slavino.sk / sleeplessbestie · Friday, 29 April - 11:00 edit

Enumerate power sources and display battery status using UPower a System-wide Power Management daemon. Display help information. $ upower --help Usage: upower [OPTION?] UPower tool Help Options: -h, --help Show help options Application Options: -e, --enumerate Enumerate objects paths for devices -d, --dump Dump all parameters for all objects -w, --wakeups Get the wakeup data […]

Značky: #DailyOps, #Ubuntu, #Linux

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    How to fix i801 SMBus interrupt storm

    pubsub.slavino.sk / sleeplessbestie · Sunday, 17 April - 20:36 edit

Today I have installed Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish (release 22.04) on Acer Aspire One (A114-32-P991), but the i801 SMBus interrupt storm made this system unusable. Operating system version. $ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish (development branch) Release: 22.04 Codename: jammy Kernel version and architecture. $ uname -a […]

Značky: #Linux, #DailyOps, #Ubuntu