How to Use Python Regular Expression with RE Library

Welcome to our today’s guide related to Python regex. In this guide, we will discuss what are regular expressions in Python and how to use the “re” module.

Moreover, we will also explore advanced techniques, such as optimization techniques of the regular expression, lookahead assertions, and how regex can be utilized to improve data validation, streamline text parsing, and perform web scraping.

Source: How to Use Python Regular Expression with RE Library (GeeksVeda)

Firefox Welcomes Chrome Extensions with Open Arms

Switching browsers just got more enticing. Firefox introduces support for Chrome extensions import for better experience.

Source: Firefox Welcomes Chrome Extensions with Open Arms (DebugPointNews)
Similar: Firefox now allows importing extensions from Chrome (Winaero)

Taking Linux Security To The Next Level With OpenSnitch Firewall

Enhance Linux security with OpenSnitch, the powerful application-level firewall that effectively controls your outbound connections.

Source: Taking Linux Security To The Next Level With OpenSnitch Firewall – OSTechNix

How to Verify if a File or Directory Exists in Bash

Master Bash scripting with our guide on how to verify if a file or directory exists. Includes examples and best practices for reliable scripts.

Source: How to Verify if a File or Directory Exists in Bash – LinuxCapable
Similar article: Check if File or Directory Exists in Bash – It’s FOSS

How to Use FiveFilters to Create RSS Feeds for Any Web Page

RSS feeds help you quickly digest headlines from different sources, but not all sites have one. Here’s how FiveFilters can create a feed for any site.

Source: How to Use FiveFilters to Create RSS Feeds for Any Web Page (MakeUseOf)

(Note that TechNotes does have a RSS feed, at https://tech.iprock.com/?feed=rss2)

Access GNOME’s Top Bar when Viewing Fullscreen Content

Those of you who regularly use fullscreen mode for apps and media content in GNOME Shell are gonna dig the following new GNOME extension. It’s called “Peek Top Bar on Fullscreen” because —shock!— that’s exactly what it does: it lets you mouse up to the top of your display when viewing fullscreen content to show the top bar —crucially— without needing to exit fullscreen mode.

Source: Access GNOME’s Top Bar when Viewing Fullscreen Content – OMG! Linux

Add ‘Open Terminal Here’ for other Terminal Emulator in Ubuntu 22.04

When right-clicking on either a folder or blank area in file manager, there’s an “Open in Terminal” menu option to launch system default terminal with that folder as working directory.

The option in Ubuntu so far is provided by the built-in gnome-terminal package. Meaning no way to use the option for another terminal emulator. However, there’s an extension can add similar option to open terminal from in-side folder.

Source: Add ‘Open Terminal Here’ for other Terminal Emulator in Ubuntu 22.04 | UbuntuHandbook

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