How to Use Cloudformation to Create a VPC on AWS

Using Cloudformation, we can create and manage AWS resources very easily.  Cloudformation can be used to manage all AWS resources using a text file. In this article, we will use Cloudformation to create a VPC with 2 Public and 2 Private Subnets.

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Configure Linux system auditing with auditd

Sysadmins use audits to discover security violations and track security-relevant information on their systems. Based on preconfigured rules and properties, the audit daemon (auditd) generates log entries to record information about the events happening on the system. Administrators use this information to analyze what went wrong with the security policies and improve them further by taking additional measures.

Source: LXer – Configure Linux system auditing with auditd

How to Create a Basic HTML5 Project in Ubuntu Using NetBeans

In this 4-article mobile web development series, we will walk you through setting up NetBeans as an IDE (also known as Integrated Development Environment) in Ubuntu to start developing mobile-friendly and responsive HTML5 web applications.

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Nine Raspberry Pis power this entire office

Monterail decided they needed a bigger office, and they wanted that office to be smarter, so they turned to Raspberry Pi to make it happen. It was a real leap of faith because the team couldn’t find a similar Raspberry Pi project quite this big, so they didn’t have much to go on. Spoiler: their courage paid off.

Source: LXer – Nine Raspberry Pis power this entire office

[$] Android wallpaper fingerprints

Uniquely identifying users so that they can be tracked as they go about
their business on the internet is, sadly, a major goal for advertisers and
others today. Web browser cookies provide a fairly well-known avenue
for tracking users as they traverse various web sites, but mobile apps are
not browsers, so that mechanism is not available. As it turns out, though,
there are ways
to “fingerprint” Android devices—and likely those of other mobile
platforms—so that the device owners can be tracked as they hop
between their apps.

Source: LWN.net – [$] Android wallpaper fingerprints

How to Install Bitwarden Password Manager on Debian 11

Bitwarden is a free and open-source password manager that stores website credentials in an encrypted vault. It allows you to store all of your login credentials and keep them synced between all of your devices. In this post, we will show you how to install the Bitwarden password manager on Debian 11.

Source: LXer – How to Install Bitwarden Password Manager on Debian 11

How to Install Rust on AlmaLinux 8

Rust is a programming language with three key design tenets: safety, concurrency, and practicality. In this article, we will learn how to install Rust on an AlmaLinux 8 system. This tutorial includes detailed instructions along with screenshots of the steps in the process.

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XClicker is a Simple Auto Clicker for Linux Desktops

Mouse auto clickers are incredibly useful in scenarios that require you to repeat mouse movements and clicks. XClicker is an open source, easy to use, feature-rich, blazing fast auto clicker for Linux desktops using x11. It generates mouse clicks automatically at preset intervals, and it doesn’t cost any money. Learn more about the tool here.

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Intel AMX Support Appears Ready For Linux 5.16

It’s been over one year since Intel disclosed Advanced Matrix Extensions and began posting patches for bringing up AMX support under Linux in anticipation of Xeon Scalable “Sapphire Rapids” processors. While the compiler-side work to GCC and LLVM/Clang has been landing, finally with the forthcoming Linux 5.16 cycle that AMX support appears ready for landing…

Source: Phoronix – Intel AMX Support Appears Ready For Linux 5.16