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How to Autostart tmux Sessions Remotely When Logging in via SSH

In this brief guide, I’m going to explain why and how to autostart a tmux session on a remote system when logging in via SSH in Linux. The post How to Autostart tmux Sessions Remotely When Logging in via SSH… Continue Reading →

Build ChatGPT like chatbots on your website

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Wine 8.0 Released — and Plenty of Improvements are Included

An anonymous reader shares this report from OMG! Ubuntu: Developers have just uncorked a brand new release of Wine, the open source compatibility layer that allows Windows apps to run on Linux. A substantial update, Wine 8.0 is fermented from… Continue Reading →

What Are ‘Dark Factories,’ and Do They Exist?

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Canonical Announces General Availability of Ubuntu Pro, Free for Up to 5 PCs

An anonymous reader quotes a report from 9to5Linux: Ubuntu maker Canonical announced Thursday the general availability of its Ubuntu Pro comprehensive subscription for Ubuntu users who want to expand the security updates and compliance of their systems. First released in… Continue Reading →

D&D Won’t Change Its Original 1.0 OGL License, Reference Document Enters Creative Commons

An anonymous reader shares a report from PC Gamer: In a blog post published Friday, Wizards of the Coast announced that it is fully putting the kibosh on the proposed Open Gaming License (OGL) 1.2 that threw the tabletop RPG… Continue Reading →

A History of the FFmpeg Project

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A Robot Was Scheduled To Argue In Court, Then Came the Jail Threats

schwit1 shares a report from NPR: A British man who planned to have a “robot lawyer” help a defendant fight a traffic ticket has dropped the effort after receiving threats of possible prosecution and jail time. […] The first-ever AI-powered… Continue Reading →

Yann LeCun: ChatGPT is ‘not particularly innovative’

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A Bad Week for DoNotPay and Its Robot Lawyer, But It Should Not Reflect on Self-Help Legal Tech

So the publicity stunt of the robot lawyer sneaking into court is no more, as Joshua Browder, founder and CEO of the self-help legal site DoNotPay, yesterday pulled the plug on the prank, saying he had received threats from bar… Continue Reading →

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