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[#] Sat Nov 11 2023 23:39:05 EST from rss <>

Subject: Canonical shows how to use Snaps without the Snap Store

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Despite what you may have heard, it's not as proprietary as the trolls think. Ubuntu Summit One of the most common bits of FUD about Ubuntu's Snap packaging format is that it's proprietary – but exploring the documentation shows that is wrong.…

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 01:56:21 EST from rss <>

Subject: FFmpeg 6.1 “Heaviside” Released with VAAPI AV1 Encoder, HW Vulkan Decoding

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FFmpeg 6.1 open-source multimedia framework has been released today as a major update that brings new features, new decoders, new filters, and many other changes.

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 04:13:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: 3.5" Single Board Computer with 4x Simultaneous Display Interfaces

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ICP Germany has recently unveiled its latest 3.5? embedded board designed to meet the requirements of various industries, from IoT to smart display systems. The board also includes dual 2.5 Gigabit ports and multiple expansion ports for storage and wireless connectivity.  According the product announcement, the Wafer-ADL-P is compatible with the following Intel Alder Lake-P […]

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 06:30:51 EST from rss <>

Subject: TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen3 Linux Laptop Unveiled with AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS CPU

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Two years after its first appearance, the TUXEDO Pulse 14 ultra-light AMD-powered Linux laptop is now in the 3rd generation (Gen3) with a more recent AMD Ryzen 7 processor and updated internals.

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 08:49:05 EST from rss <>

Subject: Learn About the Best Features of Kali Linux

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Learn what the key best features and tools about Kali Linux and why it is so popular in the information security industry.

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 11:06:21 EST from rss <>

Subject: Contribute at the Fedora Linux Test Week for Kernel 6.6

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The kernel team is working on final integration for Linux kernel 6.6. This version was just recently released, and will arrive soon in Fedora Linux. As a result, the Fedora Linux kernel and QA teams have organized a test week from Sunday, November 12, 2023 to Sunday, November 19, 2023. The wiki page in this […]

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 13:23:36 EST from rss <>

Subject: New Fedora Slimbook 14" joins the Fedora Slimbook 16"

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It’s been about a month since we announced the Fedora Slimbook laptop. That was just the first step in our partnership with Slimbook to see Fedora Linux preinstalled on more devices. The feedback we’ve received has been great! With that, we wanted to share more news from our hardware partner that we hope is exciting […]

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 15:40:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Frameworks 5.112 Improves Support for NetworkManager 1.44, Fixes Bugs

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The KDE Project released today KDE Frameworks 5.112 as a new monthly update to this essential collection of more than 80 add-on libraries to Qt providing commonly needed functionality for the KDE Plasma desktop environment and KDE apps.

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 17:58:07 EST from rss <>

Subject: GhostBSD makes FreeBSD a little less frightening for the Linux loyal

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Traditional Unix sanity plus your choice of MATE or XfceThe first new version of GhostBSD in over a year is here. If you want to try FreeBSD, Linux's most credible rival and competitor in the FOSS OS marketplace, there's no easier way.…

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 20:15:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Unveils Frameworks 5.112.0, Here’s What’s New

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KDE announces the release of Frameworks 5.112.0 with enhanced features for developing robust and efficient applications.

[#] Sun Nov 12 2023 22:32:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Slimbook 14: A Perfect Match for Fedora Lovers Seeking Efficiency

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Meet the new Fedora Slimbook laptop with a 14? screen and Intel GPU, a compact and powerful successor to the 16? NVIDIA version.

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 00:49:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 30 Released with Support for Intel QSV H264, HEVC, and AV1 on Linux

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OBS Studio 30 is now available for download coming with exciting new features, as well as numerous other changes and bug fixes for this popular free and open-source screencasting and streaming app.

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 03:07:07 EST from rss <>

Subject: AM62x Sitara-based SoM with Linux support

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The i.Core AM62x by ENGICAM is an embedded system module powered by the low-cost Texas Instrument’s AM62x Sitara processors . It is designed to be versatile, suitable for various applications that require 3D graphics acceleration, dual GbE interfaces and high-performing memory capacity. The heart of the i.Core AM62x is the TI AM62x Sitara processor with […]

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 15:40:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: AlmaLinux OS 9.3 Is Here as a Free Red Hat Enterprise Linux Alternative

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The AlmaLinux OS Foundation announced today the release and general availability of AlmaLinux OS 9.3 as the latest stable version for this free alternative to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9.3 operating system.

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 17:58:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: SavageOS: Arch Linux with Awesome Window Manager

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A cool script that builds an Arch Linux system with Awesome Window Manager (AWM).

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 20:15:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: OBS Studio 30 Released: An Essential Update for Linux Users

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OBS Studio 30 release brings WHIP, redesigned interfaces, and troubleshooting tools for Linux users and more.

[#] Mon Nov 13 2023 22:32:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: FIDO2 for centrally managed users

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Fedora 39 enables FIDO2 authentication for centrally managed users with SSSD and FreeIPA. This post introduces the steps to follow to configure and start using it. FIDO2 FIDO2 is an open authentication standard based on public-key cryptography. It is more secure than passwords and OTPs (one time passwords), and simpler to use. It is usually […]

[#] Tue Nov 14 2023 00:52:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds Announces First Linux Kernel 6.7 Release Candidate

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The development of the Linux kernel continues with Linux 6.7, the next major kernel release expected by the end of the year, and Linus Torvalds just announced today the availability of the first Release Candidate (RC) milestone for public testing.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2023 03:09:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: FreeBSD tar (also BSD tar) on Fedora 39 WKS

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FreeBSD tar (also BSD tar) has become the default tar on most Berkeley Software Distribution-based operating systems including Mac OS X. The core functionality is available as libarchive for inclusion in other applications. This implementation automatically detects the format of the file and can extract from tar, pax, cpio, zip, rar, ar, xar, rpm and ISO 9660 cdrom images. It also comes with a functionally equivalent cpio command-line interface.

[#] Tue Nov 14 2023 05:27:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Enable Automatic Login In Fedora Linux 39

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This guide will walk you through the simple steps of enabling automatic login in Fedora, both from the command line and the graphical user interface (GUI).

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