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How to Install Jenkins on Ubuntu 20.04 with Nginx and SSL

Jenkins is a Java based software which can be installed from the Ubuntu packages. Jenkins is mainly used for Continues Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI CD). In this tutorial you are going to learn how to install Jenkins and configure Nginx as a reverse proxy to Jenkins and install free Let’s Encrypt SSL on Ubuntu 20.04.
Tags: Linux, Nginx, Jenkins


Texas Governor Is ‘Putting Lives at Risk,’ Local Officials Say

Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo believes she knows what her county needs to fight back against COVID-19. But because of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, she says she isn’t able to follow through. “I'm at the mercy of what powers he positively gives us,” Hidalgo told The Daily Beast. “As opposed to being able to use my own tools.” As Texas faces a resurgent coronavirus and some officials have emphasized concerns about hospitals in the state becoming potentially overrun or overwhelmed, Hidalgo can fin...
Tags: Texas, News, Mississippi, Austin, Gop, Houston, The Daily Beast, Abbott, Greg Abbott, Austin Texas, Harris County, Jenkins, Texas Tribune, Hidalgo, Savannah Georgia, Clay Jenkins


Patty Jenkins Teases Amazon Olympics in ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, More Themyscira in An Animated Series

Wonder Woman 1984 should have been in theaters by now, but it’s been pushed back several times due to the coronavirus pandemic. Currently, it’s slated to arrive in October, but that all depends on when movie theaters actually reopen. In the meantime, director Patty Jenkins wanted to tease a particularly thrilling sequence in the sequel that takes us back to Themyscira for the Amazon Olympics. And that’s not the only return to Wonder Woman’s homeland that’s in our future. Patty Jenkins talked ...
Tags: Amazon, Television, Movies, Animation, Sequels, Diana, Justice League, Dc, Warner Brothers, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Patty-Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero, Wonder-Woman, Themyscira, Amazons


Patty Jenkins Offers New Details on Wonder Woman 1984 & Future

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Patty Jenkins offers new details on Wonder Woman 1984 & future We’re still three months away from the highly-anticipated Wonder Woman 1984, the follow-up to the fourth installment of the DC Extended Universe, and co-writer and director Patty Jenkins is keeping the hype train rolling by unveiling new details regarding the next film. RELATED: Patty Jenkins Responds to Latest Wonder Woman 1984 Date Change PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone =...
Tags: Movies, DC Entertainment, Kristen Wiig, Chris, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Warner Bros Pictures, Patty Jenkins, Movie News, Warner Bros Entertainment Company, William Moulton Marston, Walter Hamada, DC Extended Universe, Pedro Pascal Chris Pine, Steve Trevor Patty Jenkins, Amazon Olympics


Minneapolis Spends Thousands on Private Security for City Councilmen amid Calls to ‘Defund’ the Police

Minneapolis has spent over $63,000 to provide private security for members of its city council, which has been outspoken in calls to defund the police department following the death of George Floyd.Andrea Jenkins (Ward 8), Phillipe Cunningham (Ward 4), and Alondra Cano (Ward 9) are being provided details that cost $4,500 a day, a city spokesperson confirmed to local outlet FOX9.While Cano did not return a request for comment, Cunningham said he was not “comfortable publicly discussing the death ...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, Cnn, City Council, Cunningham, Cano, Jenkins, Minneapolis City Council, Lisa Bender, Minneapolis Police Department, George Floyd Andrea Jenkins Ward, Phillipe Cunningham Ward, Alondra Cano Ward, City Council Last


Codefresh just raised $27 million to help developers release code faster for apps that run on the Google-born cloud computing project Kubernetes

On Monday, the startup Codefresh announced a $27 million funding round led by Red Dot Capital Partners, with participation from Shasta Ventures and other existing investors. Codefresh builds a continuous integration and continuous delivery platform, meaning it helps developers release code faster and more often. Codefresh is specially built for cloud software like Kubernetes, a popular open source cloud computing project created at Google. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. E...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Israel, Trends, Hp, Mercury, Kubernetes, Shasta Ventures, Bessemer, Openshift, Roth, Jenkins, Mountain View California, WebEx, Eric Yuan


‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Image: Diana and Steve Get to Work

Wonder Woman 1984 may have been pushed back to the fall, but Warner Bros. can still drum up excitement for Patty Jenkins‘ highly anticipated comic book sequel with a new image of the most beautiful onscreen romantic pairing, Gal Gadot‘s Diana of Themyscira and Chris Pine‘s Steve Trevor. A new Wonder Woman 1984 image teases the mysterious reunion of Diana and Steve, after his apparent death in 2017’s Wonder Woman, as they show off their new ’80s duds. Wonder Woman 1984 Image Jumpsuits! War...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Diana, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Steve, Chris-Pine, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Pedro Pascal, Geoff Johns, Patty Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero, Wonder-Woman


Barry Jenkins Writing, Leonardo DiCaprio Producing Film Version of ‘Virunga’ Documentary for Netflix

Barry Jenkins, who won an Oscar for co-writing his Best Picture winner Moonlight, hasn’t made a movie since he wrote and directed the beautiful, heartbreaking adaptation of James Baldwin’s If Beale Street Could Talk in 2018. He’s still hard at work adapting Colson Whitehead’s The Underground Railroad into a TV series for Amazon, and now he’s been hired for yet another adaptation, this time by Netflix. Jenkins will write the screenplay for Virunga, a live-action feature film adaptation of the 20...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Drama, Documentary, Africa, Netflix, Unesco, Adaptation, Leonardo-DiCaprio, Congo, Virunga National Park, Leo, Virunga, James Baldwin, Jenkins, Orlando Von Einsiedel


Texas Cities Are Trapped in Guv’s Reopening—No Matter the Cost

At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon in Austin, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott set aside his mask, delivered grim news about the state’s novel coronavirus surge, and implored residents to follow “safe strategies to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”“We don’t have to choose between either returning to jobs or protecting health care,” Abbott said. “We have the tools in place where we can achieve both of those ends.”But leaders across the state have, for weeks, voiced frustration at the governor for pr...
Tags: Texas, News, America, Austin, United States, Dallas, James Mccarthy, Houston, San Antonio, Mccarthy, Turner, Shah, Abbott, Trump, El Paso, Greg Abbott


CNN Hires New Orleans Saints’ Malcom Jenkins as Contributor

CNN has enlisted New Orleans Saints safety Malcom Jenkins as a contributor, bringing aboard a current player to comment on national affairs as the United States grapples with many issues of racism and social justice. Jenkins is expected to contribute to various CNN studio programs as well as other content from the AT&T-owned cable-news outlet. […]
Tags: News, New Orleans Saints, Cnn, United States, AT T, Jenkins, Malcolm Jenkins, Malcom Jenkins, CNN Hires New Orleans Saints


CNN Hires New Orleans Saints’ Malcolm Jenkins as Contributor

CNN has enlisted New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins as a contributor, bringing aboard a current player to comment on national affairs as the United States grapples with many issues of racism and social justice. Jenkins is expected to contribute to various CNN studio programs as well as other content from the AT&T-owned cable-news outlet. […]
Tags: News, New Orleans Saints, Cnn, United States, AT T, Jenkins, Malcolm Jenkins, CNN Hires New Orleans Saints


Calls for Change Run Into Realities of Governing in Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS -- The calls for sweeping reforms to policing that have reverberated since the death of George Floyd slammed into the messy realities of lawmaking Friday, offering a glimpse of the uncertainties of turning protest into policy.Nearly a week after nine members of the Minneapolis City Council made a drastic pledge to take apart the Police Department, the council took its first steps Friday in a slow, complicated process that could eventually lead to shifting funds from the city police. ...
Tags: New York, News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Washington, Democrats, New York Times, City Council, Andrew Cuomo, Floyd, Reyes, Police Department, state Senate, Cano, Jenkins, Alondra Cano


‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Date Pushed to October 2020 Following ‘Tenet’ Shift

Immediately after Warner Bros. announced the two-week delay of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, the studio pushed back the release date of another highly-anticipated blockbuster. Wonder Woman 1984, which was already moved from its initial June 2020 release to August on account of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, has been pushed back yet again to a fall release date. As audiences nervously debate whether seeing Tenet next month is worth it, Wonder Woman 1984 is trading its hotly anticipated sum...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Washington, Disney, Sequels, Russell Crowe, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Kristen Wiig, Chris Pine, Gal Gadot, Jenkins, Tenet, Geoff Johns, Patty Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero


Kaepernick deserves apology, job - Jenkins

New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins called on the NFL to apologise to Colin Kaepernick on Tuesday, saying recent expressions of contrition would be meaningless while the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback remained isolated from the sport. Jenkins, one of the founding members of the NFL's Players Coalition, which works to reform the US criminal justice and education systems, said the NFL had still yet to properly address Kaepernick's case. Kaepernick was the first NFL player...
Tags: News, US, Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, San Francisco, Kaepernick, Jenkins, Malcolm Jenkins


Vulnerabilities in Popular Open Source Projects Doubled in 2019

A study that analyzed the top 54 open source projects found that security vulnerabilities in these tools doubled in 2019, going from 421 bugs reported in 2018 to 968 last year. From a report: According to RiskSense's "The Dark Reality of Open Source" report, released today, the company found 2,694 bugs reported in popular open source projects between 2015 and March 2020. The report didn't include projects like Linux, WordPress, Drupal, and other super-popular free tools, since these projects are...
Tags: Tech, Jenkins, RiskSense, Linux WordPress Drupal, GitLab Spark Puppet


Video brings tragedy and turmoil into focus

In a voice that was calmly professional, Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier spoke words that were wracked with emotion. “What the African-American community sees in that videotape is that this African-American man, who could be me or any other African-American man, is being treated as less than human,” Frazier said. Speaking on CNBC’s early morning business news show, “Squawk Box,” Frazier said, “There’s a huge amount of pent-up anger among many people in the African-American community as a result of the...
Tags: Minneapolis, California, Opinion, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Drew Brees, America, Sport, Soccer, Oakland, St Louis Police Department, Kenneth Frazier, Cnbc, Central Park, Drew, Jenkins


Drew Brees Apologizes For ‘Insensitive’ Comments Amid Protests

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Drew Brees apologized Thursday for comments that were “insensitive and completely missed the mark” when he reiterated his opposition to Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem in 2016, drawing sharp criticism from fellow high-profile athletes and others in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Los Angeles Lakers great LeBron James, New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins and former NFL player Martellus Bennett were just some of the high-profile athletes to critici...
Tags: News, Protest, Yahoo, Minneapolis, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Drew Brees, Ap, United States, New Orleans, Philadelphia Eagles, Saints, Martellus Bennett, Los Angeles Lakers, James


Drew Brees apologizes for flag comments: ‘Completely missed the mark’

NEW ORLEANS — Drew Brees apologized Thursday for comments that were “insensitive and completely missed the mark” when he reiterated his opposition to Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling during the national anthem in 2016, drawing sharp criticism from fellow high-profile athletes and others in the wake of George Floyd’s death. Los Angeles Lakers great LeBron James, New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins and former NFL player Martellus Bennett were just some of the high-profile athletes to criticize Br...
Tags: Yahoo, Minneapolis, Sports, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Drew Brees, Sport, Soccer, United States, New Orleans, Philadelphia Eagles, Saints, Martellus Bennett, Los Angeles Lakers, James


Wonder Woman 1984 Director Rules Out Diana/Cheetah Romance

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Wonder Woman 1984 Director Rules Out Diana/Cheetah Romance Early trailers for Wonder Woman 1984 have teased that the highly anticipated sequel will follow the comics by introducing Barbara Ann Minerva as Diana’s friend before she adopts her Cheetah persona and becomes Wonder Woman’s greatest enemy. However, anyone expecting their friendship to be a precursor to a blossoming romance shouldn’t get their hopes up. Director Patty Jenkins has just confirmed that she isn’t curre...
Tags: Movies, Diana, Dc, Warner Bros, Steve, Chris Pine, Jenkins, SFX, CBR, Cheetah, Patty Jenkins, ComingSoon, Movie News, Steve Trevor, Steve There, DCEU


Socialite Diana Jenkins Asks $125 Million for Epic Malibu Compound

After 15 years of ownership, vivacious energy drink entrepreneur and longtime Malibu high-society member Diana Jenkins has decided to capitalize on her lucrative residential real estate investment, saddling her lust-inducing Paradise Cove compound with a massive, but perhaps not entirely surprising, $125 million pricetag. Jenkins, who’s previously been quoted as saying “Money is a wonderful […]
Tags: Los Angeles, Compass, Moguls, Malibu, Jenkins, Paradise Cove, Epic Malibu Compound, Power Players, Diana Jenkins


‘Wonder Woman’ Director Patty Jenkins Reveals Why She Turned Down a ‘Justice League’ Movie

When Wonder Woman hit theaters in 2017, it became a smash success, earning critical raves and making director Patty Jenkins the most successful female director working in Hollywood today. Jenkins’ light touch and the film’s sincere tone marked a turning point for Warner Bros.’ DC films to brighter fare. So it’s no wonder that the studio would offer Jenkins a chance to helm one of their biggest superhero properties. Jenkins revealed that Warner Bros. had offered her a Justice League movie, but s...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Justice-League, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Joss Whedon, Snyder, Guillermo, Jenkins, Zack Snyder, Patty-Jenkins, Comic Book/Superhero, Warner Bros DC, Comic Book Jenkins


Patty Jenkins Reveals Why She Turned Down a Justice League Movie

Patty Jenkins reveals why she turned down a Justice League movie In a recent interview with French magazine Premiere, Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins has confirmed that she was indeed offered by Warner Bros. to direct a Justice League movie, revealing that she turned down the project because she’s not really interested and got connected with the idea of cinematic universes and superhero team-up movies. However, it is unclear what Justice League project is the Emmy-nominated director ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Superman, Justice League, Wonder Woman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Warner Bros, Amy Adams, Joss Whedon, Miller, Snyder, Gordon, Fisher, Jenkins, Zack Snyder


George Floyd & Fired Killer Cop Derek Chauvin Knew Each Other & Worked Together “For 17 Years,” Minneapolis Official Says

George Floyd and Derek Chauvin—the now-fired Minneapolis Police Department officer who was seen on video kneeling on Floyd’s neck before he died in police custody—actually knew each other and worked together at a restaurant for nearly two decades, according to a Minneapolis City councilor. Speaking during live TV coverage of the protests and riots that have sparked in Minneapolis over Floyd’s killing, Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins said Thursday night (May 28) that Floyd ...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Jazz, Msnbc, Trending, George, Frey, Floyd, Jenkins, Lake Street, Jacob Frey, Minneapolis City Council, Andrea Jenkins, Minneapolis City, Santamaria


George Floyd & Fired Killer Cop Derek Chauvin Knew Each Other & “Were Co-Workers for 17 Years,” Minneapolis Official Says

George Floyd and Derek Chauvin—the now-fired Minneapolis Police Department officer who was seen on video kneeling on Floyd’s neck before he died in police custody—actually knew each other and worked together at a restaurant for nearly two decades, according to a Minneapolis City councilor. Speaking during live TV coverage of the protests and riots that have sparked in Minneapolis over Floyd’s killing, Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins said Thursday night (May 28) that Floyd ...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Jazz, Msnbc, George, Frey, Floyd, Jenkins, Lake Street, Jacob Frey, Minneapolis City Council, Andrea Jenkins, Minneapolis City, Santamaria, Minneapolis Police Department


Minneapolis official calls for naming 'disease' of racism a public health issue after George Floyd death

Amid the outrage over the police killing of George Floyd, one Minneapolis official has called for racism to be declared a public health issue.Minneapolis City Council Vice President Andrea Jenkins spoke in a press conference on Thursday as the city grieves "yet another loss of black life," singing "Amazing Grace" as a tribute to 46-year-old Floyd, who died this week after a white police officer kneeled on his neck for several minutes. The officer and three others have been fired."I am asking my ...
Tags: News, Minneapolis, White House, America, Cnn, Fbi, Amy Klobuchar, Kylie Jenner, Martin Luther King Jr, Forbes, Floyd, Baldwin, Brooke Baldwin, Jenkins, Minneapolis City Council, Andrea Jenkins


George Floyd: Minneapolis official sings Amazing Grace to bereaved family - video

Minneapolis city council vice-president Andrea Jenkins sang a portion of the song Amazing Grace and offered her sympathies to the family of George Floyd at a news conference on Thursday morning. Jenkins also called on her council colleagues to call a state of emergency in Minneapolis, declaring racism a public health issue. George Floyd died Monday after a Minneapolis police officer arrested him and placed his knee on his neck for several minutes. Video of the encounter has been shown worldwide....
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, Race, US news, US policing, Jenkins, Andrea Jenkins, George Floyd


An 'Avalanche of Evictions' Could Be Bearing Down on America's Renters

EUCLID, Ohio -- The United States, already wrestling with an economic collapse not seen in a generation, is facing a wave of evictions as government relief payments and legal protections run out for millions of out-of-work Americans who have little financial cushion and few choices when looking for new housing.The hardest hit are tenants who had low incomes and little savings even before the pandemic, and whose housing costs ate up more of their paychecks. They were also more likely to work in i...
Tags: News, America, Georgia, United States, House, New York Times, Social Security, Ohio, University Of California Berkeley, Cleveland, Princeton, California Apartment Association, Columbia Law School, Bob Evans, Wilson, Oklahoma City


NCAA clears way for football, basketball individual workouts

The NCAA Division I Council voted Wednesday to lift a moratorium on voluntary workouts by football and basketball players effective June 1 as a growing number of college leaders expressed confidence that fall sports will be possible in some form despite concerns about the coronavirus pandemic. This decision clears the way for individual workouts by athletes, mostly on their own, subject to safety and health protocols decided by their schools or local health officials.. NCAA officials noted that ...
Tags: Sports, LSU, Sport, Cnn, Soccer, Tennessee, Miami, College sports, Ncaa, Smith, Msnbc, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Florida State, Usc, Ucla


Acquitted former Barclays rainmaker Jenkins plots gentler comeback

A near decade-long battle to clear his name has ended in victory, but the star rainmaker credited with playing a pivotal role in saving one of Britain's biggest banks from a government bailout in 2008 is still waiting to put his life back on track.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Britain, Barclays, Jenkins


Arsons, forgeries & poker: how Johnny Jenkins blazed a trail through antiquarian bookselling

In the latest AbeBooks podcast, we interview bookseller and author Michael Vinson about his new book, which describes the life and misadventures of Texas rare book dealer Johnny Jenkins during the 1970s and 1980s. Surrounded by gambling debts and with the authorities breathing down his neck over two suspicious fires, Jenkins was found dead in a river in 1989 from a gunshot wound to the head. His death shocked the world of antiquarian bookselling. Vinson’s book is called Bluffing Texas ...
Tags: Books, Texas, Interview, Author, Fbi, Las Vegas, Booksellers, Americana, Jenkins, Vinson, Johnny Jenkins, Michael Vinson, Johnny Jenkins Jenkins, Eberstadt Sons