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Ssl error while download nagios tar.gz using what in rhel6

Tue, 2018-04-10 04:36

When I download nagios tar.gz through wget command it shows ssl error. Can any one tell me how to create keys and ssl certificate or how to solve ssl error problem.

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@Mostly_Linux Game Giveaways

Mon, 2018-04-09 23:38

In February, we gave away five copies of Space Tyrant.

In March we gave away five copies of NeverwinterNights Enhanced Edition.

In April - we've been able to secure TWO giveaways!

The first launches next week and will be announced via the third episode of our (still beta) podcast this coming Sunday.

The second launches later in April day & date with the #Linux release of the game. Yup, and day/date giveaway.

As always we'll provide a few copies here for the subreddit community. Stay posted.

@Mostly_Linux on #Mostly Gaming Podcast Feed | Twitter

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What is the future of the linux desktop?

Mon, 2018-04-09 22:02

I'm wondering how you see the linux desktop develop over the course of a few years. Is Wayland going to take over X? Are there any projects you know of that might change the linux desktop as we know it in the course of a few years? Will elementary OS take over Ubuntu as the go to distro for newcomers? Are Arch users ever going to shut up about Arch?

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Staying on reddit page when pc is idle uses some amount of CPU resources

Mon, 2018-04-09 21:00

I wonder if anyone notices this, when you load a reddit page (whether it's the front page or a subreddit) and you check CPU usage in top in CLI, even though it's idle, it still uses some amount of CPU resources.

This will go away when I shift focus to a new tab.

This does not happen on other websites though. I am on latest firefox version by the way. I wonder only linux has this, or firefox only.

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Need help choosing USB Bluetooth dongle for bluetooth headset

Mon, 2018-04-09 20:42

So I helped my dad switch to linux from windows 8 on his Asus x205TA. Got everything working fine except for the bluetooth. It doesn't work whatever I do. My dad's main use of the laptop is watching videos using bluetooth headset. I was wondering if I could purchase a bluetooth usb dongle but not sure if every model can support audio profile for headset. Any suggestions? I can spend upto 6$ for it.

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GNU pricing

Mon, 2018-04-09 20:22

Develop minimal android clone

Mon, 2018-04-09 20:15

I would like to have some direction as to how can one develop a minimal system like Android from core Linux architecture. Any guides or references please.

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Less optimized wifi?

Mon, 2018-04-09 20:08

I run unbuntu on my laptop (asus zenbook UX305FA) for productivity (no games to distract, terminal) and for the most part it's everything I expected and more. (Was told to expect worse battery life due to lack of optimization, found better battery life due to lack of bloat) anyway the only problem has been wifi conmectivity. It's just overall not useful.

Is there any way to get different software thats better for wifi connectivity?

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Is running Linux as dual boot better or using WSL?

Mon, 2018-04-09 19:06

I want to run GUI apps too! I am thinking of dual boot, but which is more optimised and better in performance?

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