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Good day Linux people! ​ Sorry if this has been asked or does not belong here. I am just trying to get a feel for the current options. I work for a large company that has a large but shrinking list of supported distributions. In the end we will be a primarily RHEL/Ubuntu shop. One requirement from on high is a supported repo management solution. Ideally a single source that can support both rpm and deb based packages, but otherwise, if not plausible, what might be the best solution otherwise. We currently use Red Hat Satellite for RHEL and a local Aptly repo for Ubuntu. ​ I greatly appreciate the collective input from this sub and anyone who may of gone down this road once before. Thank you again everyone! submitted by /u/technokhan18 [link] [comments]

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Hi everyone, We (https://summitto.com) open-sourced a C++17 based PGP packet library. Using the library, you can create packets, encode and decode packet data and create a PGP key from e.g. a raw elliptic curve point. We've seen quite a lot of bad publicity for PGP lately, but we hope this helps those who are still using it. Lo and behold: https://github.com/summitto/pgp-packet-library submitted by /u/summitto [link] [comments]

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Hi all, I’m one of those guys that gets scared when he sees Linux being used on servers at work. I need to change this. I have used Linux on my Pi and followed instructions to get me where I needed to be, but I want to spend the next 6-12 months learning it properly. I have access to Udemy and wondered if there are any good courses I can buy there or somewhere else to follow and get me over this scary edge? What did you do? I’m a Windows guy and a certified network engineer so this would be great to add. Thanks submitted by /u/G0nz0uk [link] [comments]

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