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Cockpit: A Beginner Friendly Web Based Linux Server Manager

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Cockpit is a beginner friendly web-based Linux server manager that lets you manage a remote Linux system through a browser window. With Cockpit, you can view system log entries, monitor network activity, start and stop services, and more! Learn more about this useful app and how to install it on Linux.

Rust support in Linux may be possible by 5.14 release: Torvalds

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The first patches for Rust support in the Linux kernel have been posted and Linus Torvalds says that things are "getting to the point where maybe it might be mergeable for 5.14 or something like that". In Torvalds' opinion, the fact that these are being discussed is much more important than a long post by Google about the language.