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💭 Let's see what you get in this edition:
- Tools that let you use AI in terminal
- Essential Docker commands
- Memes that only Linux users can understand
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🌱 Linux Tips, Tutorials and More
Make your files 'undeletable', even by root with the chattr command.
Docker has an extensive set of commands (subcommands to be more precise). You cannot possibly use all of them and there is no need to go for that achievement as well. Here are the essential ones you should know.
Certbot is a lifesaver for busy sysadmins who cannot be bothered to renew each and every SSL certificate every few months.
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🗞️ The happenings
- Fedora 38 is out already and Ubuntu 23.04 and flavors are also releasing today.
- Privacy-focused service Proton is launching its password manager (in beta).
- Open Source Summit Europe is announced. Use code OSSEU23FOSS20 at checkout to get 20% off.
🤖 AI in Terminal
Ever since ChatGPT was released to public, people just cannot get enough of AI.
While you can use ChatGPT to generate Linux commands, doing so from the terminal is even more convenient.
Here, I list a few such tools that let you use ChatGPT like AI system directly in the Linux terminal.
By the way, the first AI-based chatbot in the computer terminal was ELIZA. It was created in 1964.
🛠️ Nifty tool
Coder shifts software development from local machines to on-prem and public cloud infrastructure. Onboard new developers in minutes, build code on powerful servers—all while keeping source code and data secure behind your firewall.
😂 Geek Humor
That's totally me :)
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