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[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 19:28:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Arch Linux-Based SystemRescue 11 Toolkit Released: Here's What's New

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The release of SystemRescue 11 , an Arch Linux-based live Linux toolkit designed for system rescue and recovery tasks, comes with a newer long-term supported kernel, Linux 6.6 LTS, which brings support for recent hardware and introduces new features. Additionally, the release includes new tools such as the bcachefs-tools file system utilities, the Blocksync-fast block device sync tool, The Sleuth Kit tools for raw file system inspection, and the Timeshift snapshot-based backup program.

https://linuxsecurity.com/news/security-projects/systemrescue-11-released

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 21:30:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions on Ubuntu 24.04

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VirtualBox Guest Additions are a collection of device drivers and system applications designed to achieve closer integration between the host and guest operating systems. They help to enhance the interactive performance of guest systems, including improved video, mouse, and shared folder support. This tutorial focuses on installing Guest Additions on Ubuntu 24.04, providing detailed steps and insights into each part of the process.

https://linuxconfig.org/installing-virtualbox-guest-additions-on-ubuntu-24-04

[#] Sun Jan 28 2024 23:47:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: Introduction to Proxmox backup server

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Proxmox backup server is a free and open source, enterprise-level backup solution. It is implemented as a dedicated Linux distribution based on Debian, and supports essential features like deduplication and encryption. We can use it as a solution to back up and restore virtual machines, containers and physical hosts. In this first tutorial dedicated to Proxmox, we learn how to download and install the server distribution, and how to access its web interface.

https://linuxconfig.org/introduction-to-proxmox-backup-server

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 02:04:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: AMD Open Sources Drivers for XDNA-Based NPUs

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AMD Open Sources Drivers for XDNA-Based NPUs, Boosting ML and Signal Processing Performance

https://debugpointnews.com/amd-xdna/

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 04:06:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: Attempt to run Wayland sessions on SparkyLinux7.2, SparkyLinux1024.1 under kernel 6.7.2

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On both Sparky releases (stable 7.2 and Seven-Sisters) kernel 6.7.2 may be installed via Synaptic Manager. Command "$ sudo apt install kde-standard" allows to switch from X11 to Wayland via relogin to Sparky instance. Just one more option comes up on SDDM login screen. Libvirt version 10.0 may be tested on SparkyLinux1024.1

https://dbaxps.blogspot.com/2024/01/attempt-to-run-wayland-sessions-on.html

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 06:25:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 28th, 2024

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The 172nd installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on January 28th, 2024, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

https://9to5linux.com/9to5linux-weekly-roundup-january-28th-2024

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 08:28:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: Budgie 10.9 Desktop Adds Initial Wayland Support, Redesigned Bluetooth Applet

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The Budgie desktop team announced today the release and general availability of Budgie 10.9 as the latest version of this modern desktop environment for GNU/Linux distributions.

https://9to5linux.com/budgie-10-9-desktop-adds-initial-wayland-support-redesigned-bluetooth-applet

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 10:00:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: Looks Like Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Will Be Powered by Linux Kernel 6.8

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Canonical announced over the weekend their plans for the default kernel used in the upcoming Ubuntu 24.04 LTS (Noble Numbat) release, and it looks like they chose to ship it with the upcoming Linux 6.8 kernel series.

https://9to5linux.com/looks-like-ubuntu-24-04-lts-will-be-powered-by-linux-kernel-6-8

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 11:31:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Budgie 10.9 Desktop Debuts with Preliminary Wayland Porting

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Budgie Desktop evolves with the 10.9 release, boasting an improved Bluetooth applet and groundwork for the Wayland transition. Here's more on that!

https://linuxiac.com/budgie-10-9-desktop/

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 13:03:19 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Add a User to Sudoers in Ubuntu 24.04

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Ubuntu, a popular Linux distribution, is widely used for its stability, security, and user-friendly interface. As you manage users on your Ubuntu 24.04 system, you might encounter situations where you need to grant administrative privileges to certain users. This guide focuses on how to add a user to the sudoers list in Ubuntu 24.04, a crucial step in managing user permissions and system security.

https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-add-a-user-to-sudoers-in-ubuntu-24-04

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 14:34:50 EST from rss <>

Subject: Parrot OS 6 Review: Security-Focused Linux for Privacy

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We review the latest major release of Parrot OS 6, which brings several updates for its users.

https://www.debugpoint.com/parrot-os-6/

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 16:07:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Dusk Player – Electron-based music player

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Dusk Player is software that’s billed as a minimalistic music player. It uses Electron, a framework designed to create desktop applications using web technologies that are rendered using the Chromium browser engine.

https://linuxlinks.com/dusk-player-electron-based-music-player/

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 17:38:52 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Practices for WordPress Site Security on Linux Webservers

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At last count, W3Techs reported that 43.1% of all websites operating on the Internet today rely on the WordPress CMS. And of those, an overwhelming majority run on Linux servers. That immense popularity makes Linux servers running WordPress a prime target of hackers and other bad actors. As a result, such servers face an estimated 90,000 attacks every minute, every day.

https://linuxsecurity.com/features/features/wordpress-security-linux

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 19:10:23 EST from rss <>

Subject: Nautilus File Manager Gets More Features Ahead of the GNOME 46 Release

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The Nautilus (Files) file manager has received more new features ahead of the GNOME 46 desktop environment release in late March 2024 as the devs published a new alpha build over the weekend.

https://9to5linux.com/nautilus-file-manager-gets-more-features-ahead-of-the-gnome-46-release

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 20:27:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds flames Google kernel contributor over filesystem suggestion

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Kernel 6.8-rc2 debuts after very robust discussion about 'inodes'. Linus Torvalds has dished up one of his most strongly worded Linux kernel mailing list posts in years, lashing a contributor from Google for his suggestions regarding filesystems.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/01/29/linux_6_8_rc2/

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 21:58:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Rise of Linuxia: A Comprehensive Guide to the Linux Operating System

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Linuxia, a popular open-source operating system , has gained popularity recently due to its robustness, flexibility, and security. These benefits have made it an attractive choice for individuals, businesses, and even governments. We'll explore these benefits, as well as Linuxia's use in server systems, embedded systems, scientific research, and desktop computing, to help you decide if you want to give the OS a try.

https://linuxsecurity.com/news/security-projects/rise-of-linuxia

[#] Mon Jan 29 2024 23:30:10 EST from rss <>

Subject: Thunderbird’s Devs: Rust Is Coming

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Exclusive insights into Thunderbird's 2024 roadmaps - major update on the Global Message Database and Exchange support via Rust.

https://linuxiac.com/thunderbirds-devs-rust-is-coming/

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 01:02:43 EST from rss <>

Subject: Niri: A Scrollable-Tiling Wayland Compositor

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The first stable Niri v0.1.0 release offers scrollable tiling, independent workspaces, and advanced monitor management for Wayland users.

https://linuxiac.com/niri-scrollable-tiling-wayland-compositor/

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 02:34:11 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9 Best Free and Open Source Graphical YouTube Tools Bypassing the Web-Only Barrier

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This article focuses on the finest graphical tools. All of the tools are free and open source software.

https://linuxlinks.com/excellent-youtube-tools-bypassing-web-barrier/

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 04:05:41 EST from rss <>

Subject: SparkyLinux harbors a flamboyant array of desktops

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Both stable and rolling releases, Pi versions, and some very unusual customizationsSparkyLinux is a lightweight distro based on Debian, but it offers some choices that few if any others do.…

https://go.theregister.com/feed/www.theregister.com/2024/01/28/sparkylinux/

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