Tagged: Open Source

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How to install Fedora 31 in 10 easy steps

Fedora 31 is 2019 second release of developers’ favorite operating system, and it also the first Fedora release after IBM acquired Red Hat. Packing cutting-edge features and pushing forward the whole Linux ecosystem here comes Fedora...

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Fedora 31 new features: Python 2 EOL, 32bit dropped

Fedora 31 is the newest release of 2019 of the popular power user distribution: Fedora. Fedora is the base for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and it is favored among developers. Let’s discover what will change in...

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CentOS 8 and CentOS Stream, what’s new

CentOS is the Community ENTerprise Operating System. Derived from RHEL, the popular enterprise Linux distribution, CentOS aims to deliver the same experience for free (if you don’t need Red Hat’s support). CentOS 8 was released on...

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Traefik: the Cloud Native Edge Router

In the age of containers, fast-paced and miniaturized, old software needed to adapt fast. When that was not possible, or slow, a slew of new software was born. Among this was Traefik, the self-proclaimed Cloud Native...

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Proxmox 6 released, new features and more

Proxmox VE is an open source server virtualization software that provides enterprise-class features behind an easy-to-use web interface. Proxmox 6 has been released as of 16 Jul 2019, let’s take a look at the new features...

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ZombieLand is Intel’s latest nightmare, is there an end to it?

After the Intel ME, “minix”, issue the discovery of Meltdown an Spectre and the subsequent discovery of Speculative Store Bypass there really seems no end to it. Wait, there’s a new one: meet ZombieLand, yet another...