Accidentally wiped an app's directory? Hey, just play the 'unscheduled maintenance' card. Now you're a hero

It soothed this raging roomful of wannabe lawyers anyway. Who, Me? The oversized rear of Monday is obstructing our view of the receding weekend. Never mind, pour yourself a beverage, select a pastry and settle in for a morning with the Regomiser and another edition of Who, Me?…

Source: LXer – Accidentally wiped an app’s directory? Hey, just play the ‘unscheduled maintenance’ card. Now you’re a hero

How to create a custom rpm repository on Linux

Rpm is the acronym of RPM Package Manager: it is the low-level package manager in use in all the Red Hat family of distributions, such as Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. An rpm package is a package containing software that is meant to be installed using this package management system, and rpm packages are usually distributed via software repositories. In this tutorial we learn how to create a custom rpm repository and how to configure our distribution to use it as a software source.

Source: LXer – How to create a custom rpm repository on Linux

Run Linux on Refurbished Mini PCs – Storage – Part 4

In this article we consider hard disk drives which form a central part of every modern PC. If you have lots of documents, music, photos and videos, you’ll need plenty of disk space. This series recommends what to choose when buying a refurbished Mini PC to run Linux as a desktop computer.

Source: LXer – Run Linux on Refurbished Mini PCs – Storage – Part 4

[$] The second half of the 5.13 merge window

By the time the last pull request was acted on and 5.13-rc1
was released, a total of 14,231 non-merge commits had found their way into
the mainline. That makes the 5.13 merge window larger than the entire 5.12
development cycle (13,015 commits) and just short of all of 5.11 (14,340).
In other words, 5.13 looks like one of the busier development cycles we
have seen for a little while.
About 6,400 of these commits came in after the
first-half summary
was written, and they include a number of
significant new features.

Source: – [$] The second half of the 5.13 merge window

Make Jenkins logs pretty

Jenkins is a free and open source automation server for building, testing, and deploying code. It[he]#039[/he]s the backbone of continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) and can save developers hours each day and protect them from having failed code go live. When code does fail, or when a developer needs to see the output of tests, Jenkins provides log files for review.

Source: LXer – Make Jenkins logs pretty