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[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 12:35:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: 11 open source ideas for being more eco-friendly in 2022

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For governments and large organizations, open source continued to be a critical component for policy decisions and sustainability goals in 2021. The United Nations is one such organization that is relying on open source to reach its goals across a wide spectrum of issues including climate change. While it is crucial for world leaders to make big decisions to save the planet, many average citizens are also eager to contribute to the cause.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 13:51:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to View WebP Images on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

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Most preinstalled Linux image viewers don't natively support WebP images. But that doesn't mean you can't open one on Linux.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 15:07:54 EST from rss <>

Subject: What is KDE Connect? How Do You Use It? Beginner's Guide

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In this article, we explain what is KDE Connect, its main features, basic usage guide and installation steps.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 16:24:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Classic SysAdmin: How to Check Disk Space on Linux from the Command Line

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Quick question: How much space do you have left on your drives? A little or a lot? Follow up question: Do you know how to find out? If you happen to use a GUI desktop (e.g., GNOME, KDE, Mate, Pantheon, etc.), the task is probably pretty simple. But what if you’re looking at a headless server, with no GUI? Do you need to install tools for the task? The answer is a resounding no. All the necessary bits are already in place to help you find out exactly how much space remains on your drives. In fact, you have two very easy-to-use options at the ready.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 17:40:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: A simple solution to the Private Key-Loss Conundrum

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Statistically, over 10% of users forget or lose their passwords or private keys for encrypted data. This is not a big problem if there is a password or private key recovery option, but it becomes a disaster when there is no way to recover the lost or forgotten password or private key. According to cryptocurrency data firm Chainalysis, over three million bitcoins are considered lost due to forgotten passwords.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 18:56:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: The 9 Smallest Linux Distros That Are Minimal and Super Lightweight

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Strapped for hard disk space? Install one of these small and lightweight Linux distros to make your PC usable again.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 20:12:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Nextcloud on Ubuntu: A Step-by-Step Setup Guide

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If you’re looking for a true self-hosted file share and sync platform, then Nextcloud is a good place to start. Here I will show you how to install Nextcloud on Ubuntu in a few easy to follow steps.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 21:13:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: Clonezilla Live Disk Cloning and Partitioning Tool Is Now Powered by Linux 5.15 LTS

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Clonezilla Live maintainer Steven Shiau announced today the availability of Clonezilla Live 2.8.1 as the latest stable release of this open-source live Linux system built around the powerful Clonezilla disk imaging/cloning and partitioning software, the first to be powered by Linux 5.15 LTS.

[#] Sat Jan 08 2022 23:31:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fast Kernel Headers v2 Posted - Speeds Up Clang-Built Linux Kernel Build By ~88%

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What may end up being one of the greatest Linux kernel features of 2022 is the recently published "Fast Kernel Headers" effort for cleaning up the kernel headers and dramatically speeding up Linux kernel builds both for absolute/clean and incremental builds. Fast Kernel Headers can cut the Linux kernel build time in half or greater and out this weekend are the v2 patches.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 00:48:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Cinnamon Desktop Environment on Debian 11 Bullseye

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install this alternative desktop environment on your Debian 11 Bullseye Desktop as an optional choice to switch from GNOME.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 02:04:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install WSL 2 on Windows 10

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WSL introduced a myriad of new features in its latest version. Here's how you can install WSL 2 on Windows 10.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 03:22:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tiny Life is an upcoming pixel-art take on experiences like The Sims

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Tiny Life is an upcoming game trying to capture the essence of games like The Sims, but in an isometric pixelart style. If you've played The Sims before, you mostly know sort-of what to expect from it. Build a house, have a family and take care of all their needs - or totally mess with them. You're basically god watching over a few select people.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 04:39:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Dual Boot Your Raspberry Pi

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Linux users will be familiar with dual booting their systems. We often have Linux running alongside Windows, or another Linux distro. The Raspberry Pi, itself a small $35 Linux computer, isn't particularly well known for dual booting, but it can be done; all we need is a little help.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 05:55:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: Canonical is reworking Snap application packages on Linux

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Snap is a software packaging and distribution platform for Linux developed by Canonical, creators of Ubuntu Linux. Snap applications are more portable than traditional Linux software, and most of them are containerized to prevent some common security issues. However, Snap also has plenty of problems, which might be the reason Canonical is experimenting with a new architecture.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 06:56:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Upgrade to Linux Mint 20.3 Una

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In the following tutorial, you will learn how to upgrade to Linux Mint 20.3 codenamed Una using the terminal method.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 09:47:06 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9 ways to learn Ansible this year

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Automation just keeps improving the lives of everyone on the IT team. Ansible helps anyone who uses IT automation, whether for keeping files organized or configuring printers, or for anything else someone can imagine and build. These are some of the most notable use cases and experiences shared on in 2021.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 11:04:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Top 8 Linux Distros That Have Adopted Flatpak

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Flatpak lets users install applications that remain isolated from the rest of the system. Here are some distros that support Flatpak by default.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 12:22:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: There it is - Steam breaks 28 million users online

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Well, that didn't take long now did it? After hitting a new high on January 2 that was very close to the big milestone, just today Steam officially passed 28 million users online.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 13:24:40 EST from rss <>

Subject: MGLRU Is A Very Enticing Enhancement For Linux In 2022

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Going back a number of months Google engineers have been working to address the issue of the Linux kernel's page reclaim code being too expensive for which they devised the multi-generational LRU framework "MGLRU" and it continues being worked on with mainline ambitions.

[#] Sun Jan 09 2022 14:40:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Productivity And Using Modern Linux Desktop Environments

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Fast forward to the present and the graphical user interface of a modern desktop distribution has changed drastically. There are many reasons for these changes, one of which is adapting to modern technology. Mobile computing, touch input, etc. I look at GNOME today which is at version 40 and I am really struggling to get comfortable.

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