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[#] Sun Feb 11 2024 15:54:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: HandBrake 1.7.3 Open-Source Video Transcoder Released with Linux Fixes

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HandBrake 1.7.3 has been released today as a new maintenance update to this popular open-source, cross-platform, and free video transcoding and conversion software.

[#] Sun Feb 11 2024 17:25:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: ONLYOFFICE v8.0 Unveils Bidirectional Text, RTL Support, and a Host of New Features

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It is gratifying to witness the continual evolution of free, open-source office suite software, offering robust alternatives to Microsoft Office.In today's blog post, we explore the eighth iteration of OnlyOffice, unveiling long-awaited features. Moreover, numerous enhancements have been introduced and will be detailed in the following lines. Without further delay, let's highlight what is new in OnlyOffice version 8.0.

[#] Sun Feb 11 2024 19:13:29 EST from rss <>

Subject: Waveshare's ESP32-S3 Boards Offer LTE CAT-1, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GNSS for Mobile IoT Solutions

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Waveshare has unveiled two new boards based on the ESP32-S3, each equipped with 4G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth capabilities. Additionally, these boards support 18650 batteries and come with a camera interface, making them ideal for uses such as outdoor monitoring, portable 4G Wi-Fi, and smart home applications. The ESP32-S3-A7670E-4G development board is powered by the ESP32-S3R2 […]

[#] Sun Feb 11 2024 21:00:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: Debian 12.5 Update Rolls Out with Key Security Patches

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Stable Debian 12 (Bookworm) is getting its fifth update, shipping with 42 security updates and 68 bug fixes. Upgrade now!

[#] Sun Feb 11 2024 22:46:59 EST from rss <>

Subject: PeaZip 9.7 Open-Source File Archiver Utility Adds Native ARM64 Linux Support

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The PeaZip 9.7 open-source, free, and cross-platform archive manager has been released today as a maintenance update meant to refresh the application’s core functionality and also address some bugs.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 00:33:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: GNOME Shell and Mutter 46 Beta Released with Numerous Improvements

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The GNOME Project released today the beta versions of the GNOME Shell and Mutter components as part of the upcoming GNOME 46 desktop environment series and they’re packed with lots of improvements.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 02:20:28 EST from rss <>

Subject: Affordable Radxa ZERO 3W Featuring Up to 8GB RAM and Onboard eMMC Storage

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Radxa’s ZERO 3W is an ultra-small single board computer with high-performance capabilities. Based on the Rockchip RK3566 and supporting Wi-Fi6 / BT 5.4, this compact device is designed to cater to a wide range of users, from IoT developers to hobbyists. Equipped with the Rockchip RK3566, the ZERO 3W supports various graphics standards like OpenGL […]

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 04:07:14 EST from rss <>

Subject: DomyFan L1 12.3” Portable Touchscreen Monitor

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This USB-C powered touchscreen monitor from DomyFan packs a high-resolution display and stereo speakers, but best of all, it works in Linux.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 05:56:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: Debian 12.5 “Bookworm” Released with 68 Bug Fixes and 42 Security Updates

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The Debian Project announced today the release and general availability of Debian 12.5 as the fourth ISO update to the latest Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” operating system series.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 07:42:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: What is /dev/zero in Linux and its Uses

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In this article, you will learn about the special file /dev/zero and its various use cases, such as creating a swap file, a dummy file for testing, and formatting the drive for security reasons.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 09:29:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: JSON and JSONB support in SQLite

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This article provides insight on SQLite’s support for JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) and the latest addition, JSONB. It explains how SQLite facilitates handling JSON and JSONB data and what the differences are between JSON and JSONB. Additionally, the article provides practical “hello world” examples. What is JSON JSON is a format for structuring data in […]

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 11:31:37 EST from rss <>

Subject: Setting the Root Password on Ubuntu 24.04 Linux

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When managing an Ubuntu 24.04 system, it’s essential to understand the security and administrative practices that come with it. By default, Ubuntu does not set a root password and encourages the use of the sudo command for administrative tasks. This approach enhances security by limiting the use of the root account. However, there are scenarios where having a root password is necessary.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 13:19:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: New Linux Kernel Security Flaw Leads to Information Disclosure

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Imagine your most sensitive and critical information being made accessible to threat actors without your permission or knowledge. This is exactly what a new information disclosure flaw discovered in the Linux kernel up to 5.17 could result in. As a Linux admin, staying up-to-date on vulnerabilities like this one is crucial to keeping your critical systems and confidential data secure. To help you understand and protect against this kernel bug, we'll explore its implications for security practitioners and the long-term consequences it may bring. We'll also explain how to secure your systems against this dangerous kernel flaw.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 16:07:08 EST from rss <>

Subject: CSI Linux: A Digital Forensics Distro with an Intense Focus on User Education

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CSI Linux is a Linux distribution focused on digital forensics and cybersecurity with an intense focus on user education. The platform offers robust capabilities for investigations, analysis, and response and the flexibility required to meet the demands of modern digital investigations.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 17:54:47 EST from rss <>

Subject: UBports Is Switching to a Fixed-Release Model for Ubuntu Touch OTA Updates

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The UBports Foundation announced that they plan to switch to a fixed-release model for future OTA (Over-the-Air) updates for their Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 19:41:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Sparky 2024.02 Rolls Out New Features and Kernel Updates

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Sparky Linux 2024.02: New kernels, Pipewire 1.0.3, and improved CLI installer for better file system compatibility. Here's more on that!

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 21:28:18 EST from rss <>

Subject: Machine Learning in Linux: Tortoise TTS - text-to-speech program

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Tortoise TTS is a multi-voice text-to-speech system trained with an emphasis on quality. It seeks to provide strong multi-voice capabilities, and highly realistic prosody and intonation.

[#] Mon Feb 12 2024 23:15:02 EST from rss <>

Subject: How To Install Podman Desktop In Linux

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In this detailed tutorial, we will explore what Podman Desktop is, its features, and how to install Podman Desktop across various Linux distributions.

[#] Tue Feb 13 2024 01:02:49 EST from rss <>

Subject: Converseen Image Processor Tool for Linux February Update

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Converseen, The open-source image processor for Linux: Ensure precise image resolution & PDF conversions. It also features a new icon for Linux and other operative systems.

[#] Tue Feb 13 2024 02:49:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Drowning in code: The ever-growing problem of ever-growing codebases

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The speedier computing cake is a lie... so we got software bloat instead. FOSDEM 2024 The computer industry faces a number of serious problems, some imposed by physics, some by legacy technology, and some by inertia. There may be solutions to some of these, but they're going to hurt.…

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