Ubuntu Finally Removes the Amazon Web App You Never Use
The Amazon web app has been a part of the Ubuntu desktop for the past 8 years — now Ubuntu has decided to part with it. I don’t expect many Ubuntu users will mind it’s […] This post, Ubuntu Finally Removes the Amazon Web App You Never Use , was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu! .
Git Update Improves DevOps with Partial Cloning Feature
The latest Git update – release 2.25 – provides developers with improved code efficiency and other new features.
What is the difference between Non-Login and Login, Non-Interactive and Interactive shell sessions in Linux/Ubuntu/Debian
wc Command - Count Output by Lines, Words or Characters
The Linux wc command it one of the many text utilities that come packaged with the GNU Core Utilities. It allows you to print a count of words, lines, characters, or even bytes in a file or standard input (STDIN). In this article we will show you the basics of using the wc command, and include some real world examples.
Open source fights cancer, Tesla adopts Coreboot, Uber and Lyft release open source machine learning
DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 849
This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Zorin 15.1 "Lite"News: elementary team plans future features, open platform PinePhone now shipping, Peppermint marks the passing of Mark GreavesQuestions and answers: PCLinuxOS, antiX, and OpenBSD patchesReleased last week: CentOS 8.1.1911, Linux Lite 4.8, Raspberry Slideshow 13.0Torrent corner: Alpine, AUSTRUMI, CentOS, Linux....
Microsoft: Application Inspector is now open source, so use it to test code security
Application Inspector is built on .NET Core, which means it can be used by developers on Windows, Linux or macOS. The post Microsoft: Application Inspector is now open source, so use it to test code security appeared first on Linux.com .