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[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 09:32:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: GNOME 46 Arrives in openSUSE Tumbleweed & Aeon

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GNOME 46 is available in Tumbleweed's stable repositories just six days after its launch. The Aeon edition also adopts it.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 10:48:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Announcing Fedora Linux 40 Beta

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Fedora Linux 40 Beta is available for download and testing. Help us find and eliminate bugs so they don't make it into the final release!

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 12:35:21 EDT from rss <>

Subject: In At Least Two Nations Windows is Now Measured at 2% "Market Share" (Microsoft Really Does Not Want People to Notice That)

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To many people around the world "computer" means "smartphone" i.e. Android (Linux), not Windows

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 14:22:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Admins Beware: Malvertising Campaign Exploiting PuTTY Puts Security at Risk

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A malvertising campaign has been discovered that deploys a fake PuTTY client to deliver the Rhadamanthys stealer, a dangerous malware . The attackers exploit the trust placed in PuTTY as a widely used SSH and Telnet client by presenting a counterfeit website through malicious ads that appear at the top of Google search results. Let's examine this significant security threat targeting Linux admins more deeply, emphasizing the need for heightened vigilance and robust Linux security measures.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 16:09:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: UrBackup – client/server backup system

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UrBackup is billed as an easy to set up client/server backup system. It can make image and file backups with both data safety and a fast restoration time.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 17:40:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux 40 Beta Released with GNOME 46, KDE Plasma 6, and Linux Kernel 6.8

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The Fedora Project announced today the release and general availability for download of the beta version of the upcoming Fedora Linux 40 operating system featuring some of the latest GNU/Linux technologies.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 19:12:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 41 with Proposal to Adopt DNF5

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DNF5 can replace the current package manager in Fedora 41, as the proposal has been made and is pending approval.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 20:43:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Crafting Minimal Ubuntu Images for Embedded Brilliance

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In the vast and evolving landscape of technology, embedded systems stand as silent yet powerful pillars supporting an array of applications, from the simplicity of a digital watch to the complexity of autonomous vehicles. These dedicated computing behemoths often operate within constrained environments, necessitating an operating system that is not just robust but also refined in its minimalism. Enter Ubuntu, a versatile and widely acclaimed Linux distribution, which emerges as an unexpected yet fitting candidate for this purpose.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 22:15:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 6.0.3 Is Here to Fix Some X11 Regressions and Various Crashes

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Two weeks after KDE Plasma 6.0.2, the KDE Project released today KDE Plasma 6.0.3 as the third of five planned maintenance updates for the latest KDE Plasma 6 desktop environment series addressing more of those pesky regressions, crashes, and bugs.

[#] Tue Mar 26 2024 23:46:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Blender 4.1: Where Quality Meets Efficiency in 3D Design

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Blender 4.1 3D creation suite releases with game-changing performance boosts and quality-of-life improvements. Here's more on that!

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 01:18:25 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Blender 4.1 Officially Released with Quality-of-Life and Performance Improvements

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The Blender Foundation released today Blender 4.1 as a new update to its powerful, free, open-source, and cross-platform 3D graphics computer software for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 02:49:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma 6.0.3 March’s Bugfix Release is Here

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KDE Plasma 6.0.3 streamlines the desktop experience with critical bug fixes in the system monitor, SDK, and startup sound settings.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 04:21:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 7 Better USENET Readers for Linux

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USENET is the oldest social media network still accessible today. Learn some of the best readers for browsing USENET in Linux today.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 05:52:56 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Canonical Introduces 12-Year Support for Ubuntu LTS Releases

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Canonical announces 12-year support for Ubuntu LTS, including 14.04 LTS, with the Legacy Support add-on for Ubuntu Pro. Here's more on that!

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 07:39:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Uninstalling Snapd on Ubuntu

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Removing snapd from Ubuntu can be an essential step for users who prefer a leaner system or wish to rely exclusively on traditional package management tools like APT. Snap packages and the Snap package manager offer a convenient way to distribute and install applications across various Linux distributions. However, not everyone finds the additional layer beneficial, leading some to opt for its removal. This guide provides a comprehensive walkthrough for safely removing snapd and its associated packages from your Ubuntu system.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 09:27:26 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Build custom images for Testing Farm

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Article delves into the reasons for utilizing your custom Test Farm images and explores potential automation methods with Hashicorp Packer.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 11:14:11 EDT from rss <>

Subject: FIREBAT T8 Plus Mini PC Running Linux: Benchmarks

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This article benchmarks the FIREBAT T8 Plus Mini PC. The tests are run using the Phoronix Test Suite unless otherwise stated. We compare the FIREBAT’s benchmarks with a couple of other tiny computers.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 13:00:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Plausible Analytics with Docker on Ubuntu 22.04

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Plausible is an open-source web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. It's lightweight and privacy-focused web analytics that can be used for multiple industries such as startups, freelancers, and bloggers.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 14:47:41 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tails 6.1 Is Out to Mitigate the RFDS Intel CPU Vulnerabilities, Fix More Bugs

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The Tails 6.1 amnesic incognito live system, a portable operating system that protects you against surveillance and censorship, is now available for download as the first update to the latest Tails 6.0 series.

[#] Wed Mar 27 2024 16:35:28 EDT from rss <>

Subject: UXL Foundation readying alternative to Nvidia's CUDA for this year

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An open standard challenger appearsThe UXL Foundation is readying its open standard accelerator programming model, touted by some as an alternative to Nvidia's CUDA platform, for "a spec release in Q4."…

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