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[#] Wed Sep 07 2022 01:07:10 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Slackware-Based Salix 15.0 Released with Flatpak Support, Xfce 4.16, New Look, and More

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Salix 15.0 has been released today more than six years after the previous version as the latest stable release of this Slackware-based Linux distribution for the lazy Slacker.

[#] Wed Sep 07 2022 03:24:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Salix 15.0 Is Here, A Ready-Made Slackware-based Desktop

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Seven months after the official release of Slackware 15, and six years after its latest stable release, 14.2, Salix 15.0 is finally here. It is a desktop-oriented operating system based on Slackware 15, including Xfce 4.16 and built-in flatpak support.

[#] Wed Sep 07 2022 17:25:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The New Raspberry Pi OS Bring Linux Kernel 5.15 and Bug Fixes

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The latest Raspberry Pi OS has been announced, bringing updates to some of its desktop components. Additionally, this release sees some under-the-hood changes. Here's what is new!

[#] Wed Sep 07 2022 19:42:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Essential Guide to Securing Node.JS Applications

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Due to its ability to act as the backend server for web applications, Node.js is becoming a trendy platform these days. However, it becomes crucial to take into account Node.js security policies when it comes to the world of microservices.

[#] Wed Sep 07 2022 21:44:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Blender 3.3 LTS Officially Released with New Hair Workflow, Support for Intel Arc Graphics

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The Blender Foundation released today Blender 3.3 as the latest stable version of this powerful, free, open-source, and cross-platform 3D computer graphics software.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 00:02:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The children's book author behind #disabledandcute on her favorite corners of the internet

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Here at Mozilla, we are the first to admit the internet isn’t perfect, but we are also quick to point out that the internet is pretty darn magical. The internet opens up doors and opportunities, allows for people to connect with others, and lets everyone find where they belong — their corners of the internet. […]

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 02:19:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: New Raspberry Pi OS Update Brings Desktop Enhancements, NetworkManager Support

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Today, the Raspberry Pi Foundation released a new update of their Debian-based Raspberry Pi OS for the tiny Raspberry Pi computers, bringing various enhancements to the desktop, new apps, and bug fixes.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 04:21:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Gum: A Tool for Glamorous Shell Scripts in Linux

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In a few days or very soon, you might be working on your own shell script on Linux. At that time, you might be going with the traditional method by learning all the shell programming codes and applying them to your script. What if I say there is an amazing tool called Gum, that provides you glamorous functionality, or in simple words, the beautiful syntax for your shell script?

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 06:38:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 43 Misses Window to Merge Ubuntu's Triple Buffering Patch

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The GNOME team cannot merge the triple buffering patch from the Ubuntu team to GNOME 43 release.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 08:40:44 EDT from rss <>

Subject: spotify-player – command driven Spotify player

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spotify-player is a command-line Spotify client that’s written in Rust. It uses the librespot library to make an integrated Spotify client. The software is published under an open source license.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 10:57:59 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Latest Ubuntu Promotes Microsoft's Proprietary Software

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Is Canonical contractually obliged to promote Microsoft's proprietary things that spy on users? It would not be the first time Canonical works closely with Microsoft against the interests of Ubuntu users.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 13:16:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Tomcat on Ubuntu 22.04

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Apache Tomcat or Tomcat is a widely known and used Java application server. It is an open-source web server and servlet container developed and maintained by a community of developers of the Apache Software Foundation. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps of installing Tomcat on Ubuntu 22.04.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 15:18:15 EDT from rss <>

Subject: nnn: A Linux Terminal File Manager To Reduce Your Terminal Navigational Stress

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Throw your desktop environment and start using the terminal app for your daily routine. Sounds easy! Those who did this can easily relate to the pain of navigating to the different directories using the cd command.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 17:35:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE's Kaidan Messaging App Plans for Encrypted Audio and Video Calls

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KDE platform's Kaidan XMPP messaging app planning for encrypted audio and video calls using OMEMO encryption.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 19:53:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 Best Apps to View Disk Usage in Linux

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Linux desktops has a lot of utilities to view disk usage. Here we will show you some of the best apps for you to view disk usage in Linux.

[#] Thu Sep 08 2022 21:55:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Use Your Webcam On Linux

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Any trained gerbil can use a webcam on Linux. It takes a real Linux enthusiast to troubleshoot webcam issues successfully.

[#] Fri Sep 09 2022 00:13:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Fail2ban on Ubuntu 22.04

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Fail2ban is an intrusion prevention tool that protects computers from brute force and other attacks by closely monitoring the log files.

[#] Fri Sep 09 2022 02:15:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Change the Screen Resolution in Ubuntu

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There are instances where Linux fails to detect proper screen sizes. Learn how you can manually change your resolution in Ubuntu.

[#] Fri Sep 09 2022 04:32:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Saving Money with Linux: Power Settings in GNOME

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The first article in this series recommended you use a power meter to establish how many Wh your computer uses. In this article we’ll explore a few ways you can reduce this footprint without sacrificing your productivity or workflow.

[#] Fri Sep 09 2022 06:50:03 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 10 Best Self-Hosted Apps for Your Raspberry Pi

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Nowadays, self-hosting web-facing services and applications is a popular hobby among open-source software enthusiasts. Raspberry Pi is one of the best platforms to accomplish this. This article provides you with the best and most popular applications by categories that you can self-host on your Raspberry Pi device.

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