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[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 12:28:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: February 4th, 2024

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The 173rd installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on February 4th, 2024, keeping you guys up to date with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 13:59:39 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to set battery charge thresholds on Linux

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Some notebooks firmware allow setting start and stop battery charge thresholds. This feature can be really useful to increase the battery lifespan: if we use the notebook attached to the AC most of the time, we may want to set a low charge values, to avoid charging and keeping the battery at its maximum capacity; if we are using the notebook on the go, instead, we probably want to set higher threshold values to maximize runtime hours.

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 15:31:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: The February 2024 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

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The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the February 2024 issue.

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 17:02:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux Flatpak cool apps to try for February

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This article introduces projects available in Flathub with installation instructions. Flathub is the place to get and distribute apps for all of Linux. It is powered by Flatpak, allowing Flathub apps to run on almost any Linux distribution. Please read “Getting started with Flatpak“. In order to enable flathub as your flatpak provider, use the instructions […]

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 18:34:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: Interview with Mark Shuttleworth at the Ubuntu Summit video

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Mark Shuttleworth joins us for an interview at the Ubuntu Summit to discuss Ubuntu, Ubuntu Summit, AI, the importance of open-source contributions and the positive impact it can have on industries.

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 20:05:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Lux – download library and CLI tool

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Lux is an open source downloader. It supports sites such as YouTube, Tumblr, Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and other sites.

[#] Mon Feb 05 2024 21:37:09 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to disable IPv6 on Linux

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Support for the Internet Protocol version 6 is available on Linux since 1996. The kernel implements this functionality, which is usually active and enabled by default on all the major distributions, via the “ipv6” module. Sometimes, for various reasons, it may be desirable to temporarily or permanently disable IPv6 networking. In this tutorial we learn how to temporarily or permanently disable IPv6 networking on Linux, using sysctl, NetworkManager, or kernel command line arguments.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 04:59:24 EST from rss <>

Subject: Beyond 2038: Debian Strengthens 32-Bit Builds with Critical Patches

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No worries. Your 32-bit packages won't break after 2038 since the Debian team already started working on it.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 06:30:53 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Linux Foundation Offers Insights on Secure Software Development

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The Linux Foundation recently published a report titled Maintainer Perspectives on Open Source Software Security , which provides valuable insights into the perspectives, practices, and challenges faced by OSS maintainers and core contributors regarding open-source software security . The report highlights the importance of utilizing software composition analysis (SCA) and static application security testing (SAST) tools in evaluating the security of OSS packages.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 08:03:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Best Lightweight Linux Distros for Older Computers

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While your old PC won't run a new OS, it doesn't mean you can't use it. Learn how lightweight Linux distros can make your old machine sing.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 09:34:55 EST from rss <>

Subject: GitHub is Still Waning Under Microsoft, No Wonder It Shut Down Its Physical Offices and Had Several Rounds of Mass Layoffs Last Year

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This year, 2024, it seems safe to assume this: GitHub isn't making any money

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 15:40:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Introducing Mozilla Monitor Plus, a new tool to automatically remove your personal information from data broker sites 

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Today, Mozilla Monitor (previously called Firefox Monitor), a free service that notifies you when your email has been part of a breach, announced its new paid subscription service offering: automatic data removal and continuous monitoring of your exposed personal information.  There’s a growing interest among 42% of young adults – aged 18-24 – who want […]

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 17:12:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE 6 misses boat to make it into Kubuntu 24.04

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'Noble Numbat' users will face a major post-install upgrade, which isn't ideal. The next major release of KDE Plasma is getting close, but not close enough for the next major Ubuntu release.…

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 18:43:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Quick Guide to Enabling SSH on Ubuntu 24.04

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Secure Shell (SSH) is an essential protocol for securely accessing networked machines remotely. SSH offers a secure channel over an unsecured network, providing strong authentication and encrypted data communications between two computers connecting over an open network such as the internet. Ubuntu 24.04, like its predecessors, supports SSH for remote administration, file transfer, and more. This guide will walk you through the process of enabling SSH on your Ubuntu 24.04 system, ensuring secure and remote management capabilities.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 20:14:17 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install the Latest (Non-ESR) Firefox on Debian 12

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Learn how to install the most recent Firefox on Debian 12 (Bookworm) from Mozilla's official repository for up-to-date browsing.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 21:46:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Dooit – TUI to-do manager

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Dooit is billed as a to-do manager that you didn’t ask for, but needed. It’s built to be used from the keyboard.

[#] Tue Feb 06 2024 23:18:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: Google Fuels Rust Foundation with $1M Donation

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Rust Foundation announces a $1M Google grant to enhance C++ and Rust interoperability, aiming for technical advancement.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2024 03:52:58 EST from rss <>

Subject: Install Python 3.12 && Pycharm 2023.3 along with system-wide 3.11 on Manjaro KDE 23.1

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Pyenv is a tool for managing multiple Python versions. Once pyenv is installed you can easily switch between one project that uses Python 3.12 and a system-wide default Python 3.11. Same approach works fine on openSUSE Tumbleweed, SparkyLinux 7.2, SparkyLinux 2024.1

[#] Wed Feb 07 2024 05:25:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Introducing Mozilla Monitor Plus: Auto-remove Personal Data from Breach

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To keep you safe online in the easiest way, Mozilla Monitor, formerly known as Firefox Monitor, has unveiled its latest paid subscription service – Mozilla Monitor Plus.

[#] Wed Feb 07 2024 06:58:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: GNU/Linux Reaches 3% Market Share in South America, According to statCounter, More Than Doubling Its Share Since Pandemic Began

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Not only does Windows go down (both share and revenue). GNU/Linux is among the main gainers if not the sole gainer.

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