LINUX TODAY 07 05

ampr.bbs.linuxZur Gruppenliste
Betreff: LINUX TODAY 07 05
Von: lw3dbh@lw3dbh
Gruppen: ampr.bbs.linux
Datum: 07. May 2020, 10:10:00
From: LW3DBH@LW3DBH.1744.BA.ARG.SA
To  : LINUX@WW

             _ __        _______ ____  ____  _   _
            | |\ \      / /___ /|  _ \| __ )| | | | BBS
            | | \ \ /\ / /  |_ \| | | |  _ \| |_| | MORENO
            | |__\ V  V /  ___) | |_| | |_) |  _  | ARGENTINA
            |_____\_/\_/  |____/|____/|____/|_| |_|

======================================================================

Title : Linuxtoday.com

Title : Raspberry Pi 4: Chronicling the Desktop Experience  -
Typeset beautifully with LyX

Description :  LyX is a document processor that encourages an
approach to writing based on the structure of your documents
(WYSIWYM) and not simply their appearance (WYSIWYG). 

Title : How to Change Icons in Gnome 3

Description :  If there is only a specific icon you'd like to swap,
Gnome 3 provides a simple way to do that. 

Title : How to Delete Group in Linux

Description :  Linuxize: Learn how to remove a group in Linux,
using the groupdel command. 

Title : KDE Plasma 5.18.5 Desktop Released with More Than 60
Changes

Description :  There are about 66 changes included in this update. 

Title : Vulkan 1.2.140 spec out and NVIDIA has a new Vulkan Beta
Driver up with new extension support

Description :  GamingOnLinux: Vulkan is getting better, providing
improved graphics options for Linux 

Title : Manjaro Linux and Star Labs team up for their Linux-focused
hardware

Description :  Star Labs, a small Linux vendor from the UK has teamed
up with Manjaro Linux to offer Manjaro as an option on their custom
Linux laptops. 

Title : Configuring Unbound as a simple forwarding DNS server

Description :  If you need to set up a simple DNS service in Linux,
try Unbound. 

Title : How to setup Apache Tomcat cluster with 3 Nodes on Ubuntu

Description :  Learn how to set up a cluster of Apache Tomcat
servers. 

Title : At Command in Linux

Description :  Linuxize: at is a command-line utility that allows
you to schedule commands to be executed at a particular time. 


+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

QOTD:
"Who?  Me?  No, no, NO!!  But I do sell rugs."

//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

Datum Thema#  Autor
07.05. o LINUX TODAY 07 051lw3dbh

"News-Portal" auf dem HAM-Web-Servfer DB0ERF.