Unix and Linux News
- Linux kernel 4.20
- Ubuntu Core 18.10 got released – sounds like a pretty cool idea for IoT things. I must try it on one of my Raspberry Pi systems, but it seems it won't work on Raspberry Pi Model 1.
- I seem to have forgotten Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 beta in my previous digest
- Bash 5.0 got released! Not just any software, but one of the most popular Unix shells!
- LetsEncrypt (my SSL provider of choice for all the self-hosted elements) reported 2018 progress and LetsEncrypt 2019 plans – 150M websites are using them now, impressive!
- in mid January, 4 issues with SCP in OpenSSH, Putty and WinSCP were discovered. Hope you were not affected!
- Were you affected by the DNS Flag Day on February 1st? Great initiative to highlight dependency on DNS and to steer users towards better implementations of it.
- Wine 4.0 got released, quickly followed up by Wine Staging 4.0.
- Kodi 18 platform got released, followed by LibreELEC 9.0.0 based on it
Interesting and Useful
- Scraping TripAdvisor: text mining and sentiment analysis – can't believe how simple and readable the Python code is for a task of such complexity
Unix Tutorial articles
I made some New Years' resolutions, one of them is a dramatically improved commitment to updating Unix Tutorial. As the result, I published more content in January 2019, than in the previous 9 years!
- Happy New Year 2019!
- ISO to USB in MacOS
- Test TCP connectivity with curl
- VirtualBox 6.0
- How To: Test Disk I/O with dd
- How To Use 7zip
- SSH port
- GitHub: Private Repositories are Free Now
- Docker – List Containers
- HW Virtualization
- Bash 5.0Bash 5.0
- Unix Epoch
- Linux: List All Users
- How To: Mount ISO image in Linux
- pcs STONITH
- How To: Restart MySQL
- screenFetch in RHEL 8
- How To: Disable SElinux
- Docker: Stop All Containers
- How To: Confirm Current Kernel Boot Commands in Linux
- SElinux Status
- How To: Generate SSH key
- Unix Diff
- SElinux: Advanced sestatus usage
- List RHEL subscriptions
- YUM: list and install software groups
- tmux: basic configuration
- Show network errors with netstat
That's it for today!
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