How to Upgrade to Linux Mint 19

Linux Mint 19 code named “Tara”, is the latest release of the Mint project. It is a Long Term Support (LTS) release to be supported until 2023. Mint 19 ships in with updated software…
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Show HN: CoreUI – Free Admin Panel for Bootstrap 4, Angular, React and Vue.js

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Please help us on Product Hunt and Designer News. Thanks in advance!
Curious why I decided to create CoreUI? Please read this article: Jack of all trades, master of none. Why Bootstrap Admin Templates suck.
CoreUI is an Open Source Bootstrap Admin Template. But CoreUI is not just another Admin Template. It goes way beyond hitherto admin templates thanks to transparent code and file structure. And if that’s not enough, let’s just add that CoreUI consists bunch of unique features and over 1000 high quality icons.
CoreUI is based on Bootstrap 4 and offers 6 versions: HTML5 AJAX, HTML5, Angular 2+, React.js & Vue.js, .NET Core 2.
CoreUI is meant to be the UX game changer. Pure & transparent code is devoid of redundant components, so the app is light enough to offer ultimate user experience. This means mobile devices also, where the navigation is just as easy and intuitive


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How to restrict access to the ONLYOFFICE editors to the users of your Nextcloud instance

Nextcloud integrated with ONLYOFFICE allows users to build a private cloud office on their own server and get a total control over the data stored there. To deploy and integrate them, just follow the instructions of this tutorial.


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Have Your Postgres Cake with Amazon Redshift and Eat It, Too

Introduction
At intermix.io, we use Amazon Redshift as part of our stack. Amazon Redshift is an OLAP database, and a valuable tool for data teams due to its low cost and speed for analytical queries. We have a particular use case though. We’re using Amazon Redshift in an OLTP scenario, i.e. we’ve built an analytical application on top of Redshift.
The challenge of using Redshift as an OLTP is that queries can lack the low-latency that would exist on a traditional RDBMS and transactional queries.  Also, there are features of a traditional RDBMS that would often be useful when querying Redshift (e.g. indices).
In this post we detail a method of using Amazon Redshift as an OLTP. We will tell the story of how we off-load OLTP workloads from Amazon Redshift to Amazon RDS. We were able to do this without writing any complex ETL or changing our data processing strategy.
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