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    Announcement: It is a sad day for the Linux community, especially here at Linux.org...

    Alan helped quite a bit early on. A good guy and he'll be missed for sure. Thank you @KGIII for the announcement.
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    Happy New Year ALL!

    I don't have a fancy image to include.. but Happy New Year folks :)
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    Are we suffering attempted DDoS attacks.

    It does appear that there was an extended attack today .. I wasn't on the site during this time, so I can't say firsthand, but here's some graphs during the last 12hrs. Seems pretty aggressive. Again, no worries, let em hit us, we're here.
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    Are we suffering attempted DDoS attacks.

    well, we're up now, sooo :) Edit: If we aren't up, i'm sorry .. try back. It's really not that big a deal. If you see it's down, it'll be back up in 10 mins.
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    Want a trip down memory lane (for those who were there in the 90's)

    I loved window maker back in the day.
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    How relevant are these materials to RHCSA certification?

    It might have been this one that i used? https://www.amazon.com/Certified-Engineer-Linux-Study-Certification/dp/0072264543/ref=sr_1_18?crid=UOWF2D8TFBGX&keywords=rhce+book&qid=1686637442&sprefix=rhce+book%2Caps%2C129&sr=8-18 Note: the last publish date was 2007
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    How relevant are these materials to RHCSA certification?

    Well, I was going for the RHCE lol .. got some wrong and ended up with RHCSA.
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    New System76 Galago Pro (galp7)

    I probably could, but I kind of don't want to give it up .. it's really snappy.
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    How relevant are these materials to RHCSA certification?

    When I did my RHCSA I'm pretty sure I just grabbed one of the study books and passed. I'm not familiar w/ the blog you mentioned, but just do your best, take the test, then maybe take the test again. :) The best study guide is the test itself.
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    TuxBot and AI

    Yeah, i deleted it :)
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    New System76 Galago Pro (galp7)

    Instead of Pop_os I went with Ubuntu 22.04.. Pros: Great size .. 14" snappy! I upgraded to the 5.0 GHz i7-13700H, 64gb mem and 500 GB PCIe Gen3 Seq Read: 3,500 MB/s, Seq Write: 3,200 MB/s out of the box 3-finger swipes left/right to switch workspaces Cons: I assumed it'd have the backlit...
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    New System76 Galago Pro (galp7)

    Just purchased the new Galago Pro (galp7) from System76 and it's pretty fun so far! It's a 14" sub $1,000 laptop as they offer it, but you can add memory and choose the better processor. I'll do a review in the next cpl days, but wanted to give a quick intro of it while I get used to it :)
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    Set default text editor in Ubuntu

    Nice lol
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    Set default text editor in Ubuntu

    I look this up all the time, so I wanted to put something here so I can find it easily lol sudo apt install vim sudo update-alternatives --config editor
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    timeshift just save my day

    I wish Timeshift allowed backups to cifs/smb .. that's how I have my NAS connected. Couldn't figure out the nfs permissions on that thing lol.
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