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[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 12:14:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NVMe vs SATA: What is the difference?

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First of all I state, that I not promoting Kingston's NVME SSD and SATA SSD . Personally, I've been using for a while 2x(WD Blue 500 NVMe SSD) . I've also been testing KDE Plasma 6.0 and Gnome 46 on several boxes equiped with NVMe drives and 32 GB RAM :-When it comes to superior storage technology, NVMe is in a league of its own. Even at a glance, the differences between NVMe and SATA in performance are impressive. The communication drivers and interface between NVMe and SATA are completely different. SATA uses AHCI drivers that are designed for hard disk drives (HDD) with spinning technology while the NVMe driver is specifically designed for SSDs with flash technology. In addition, NVMe is able to take advantage of the PCIe sockets to communicate between the storage interface and system’s CPU for even greater leverage.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 14:02:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 15 Best Free and Open Source Linux Screen Recorders

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A screen recorder is software which lets you capture a digital recording of computer screen output, typically carrying audio narration.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 15:50:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Virt-manager && Deploying KVM Guests in UEFI mode on AlmaLinux 9.3

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The main purpose of this post is to demonstrate that the cockpit.service is not required for deploying KVM guests in UEFI mode on AlmaLinux 9.3, which has binary-compatibility with RHEL. Linux bridge for VMs has been installed via nmcli to avoid any involvement of cockpit.service. See for detailis Everything works on AlmaLinux 9.3 as on openSUSE Tumbleweed. KVM Setup on AlmaLinux 9.(X) follows standard guide lines.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 17:36:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debian Decided to Postpone the 12.6 Release

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After Linux XZ Tarball's backdoor discovery, Debian's devs decided to pause the 12.6 release for an in-depth analysis of CVE effects.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 19:38:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Version of DinodasRAT Raises Serious Security Concerns

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A Linux version of the multi-platform backdoor malware called DinodasRAT has been spotted in cyberattacks across several countries. The malware, also known as XDealer, is a C++-based threat that can harvest sensitive data from compromised systems.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 21:25:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Kernel 'Make-Me-Root' Flaw Threatens Popular Distros

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In the world of open-source software , security vulnerabilities can have widespread consequences. The recent publication of a Linux privilege-escalation proof-of-concept exploit has sent shockwaves through the Linux community, demanding the immediate attention of Linux admins, infosec professionals, internet security enthusiasts, and sysadmins.

[#] Sun Mar 31 2024 23:12:22 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Alternatives to popular CLI tools: uptime

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This article spotlights alternative tools to uptime, a utility which tells you how long the system has been running.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 00:59:08 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Software: March 2024 Updates

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March 2024 updates to the largest compilation of recommended free and open source software available for Linux.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 02:46:32 EDT from rss <>

Subject: VPS vs Dedicated Server: Choosing the Right Hosting Solution

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Hosting a website plays a crucial role in the success of businesses and individuals alike. The choice between VPS (Virtual Private Server) and dedicated server hosting is a common dilemma for tech professionals and entrepreneurs. Both options offer unique advantages and challenges, catering to different hosting requirements. Let’s go over VPS vs. dedicated server hosting, their benefits and drawbacks, and provide practical tips to help you make an informed decision for your business.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 10:39:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Getting Started With Nix Package Manager: A Beginner’s Guide 2024

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This detailed tutorial explains how to install, remove, update, and upgrade packages using Nix package manager in Linux.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 12:26:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tumbleweed Users Face Urgent 2000+ Package Updates

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openSUSE rebuilds the entire codebase of Tumbleweed after a backdoor discovery in the xz library. Immediate update required!

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 14:12:48 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Flowblade 2.14 Multitrack Non-linear Video Editor Released

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Flowblade 2.14's highlights include a USB shuttle feature, advanced title editing, slowmo playback, and more.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 15:59:33 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Candy: ASCII Art Converter

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ASCII Art Converter converts images into ASCII art. It takes an image file as input, resizes it according to specified width and height parameters, and then converts the image into ASCII characters.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 17:46:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora Linux Flatpak cool apps to try for April

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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 Apr 01 2024 19:37:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint Devs to Ship Thunderbird as a DEB Package in Linux Mint 22

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Linux Mint lead developer Clement Lefebvre published a new monthly newsletter where he shares more details about some of the major changes coming to the next Linux Mint 22 release related to Thunderbird, PipeWire, and other components.

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 21:25:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Mint 22 Will Adopt PipeWire as Default Sound Server

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Linux Mint 22 brings PipeWire sound, JXL in Pix, and ensures Thunderbird stays packaged natively for a smoother email experience. Here's more on that!

[#] Mon Apr 01 2024 23:12:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux Moves to Maui Shell, Bids Farewell to KDE Plasma

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The just-released Nitrux 4.3 'pl' continues with Plasma 5.27, but by late 2024, Maui Shell will become its sole desktop environment.

[#] Tue Apr 02 2024 00:59:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Nitrux 3.4 Released, the systemd-Free Distro Now Uses KDE Software from Debian

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Nitrux developer Uri Herrera announced today the release and general availability of Nitrux 3.4 as the latest stable version of this Debian-based, systemd-free, and immutable distro built around the KDE software.

[#] Tue Apr 02 2024 02:46:02 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Latest CachyOS Release Fixes Crucial XZ CVE, Transitions Back to X11

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CachyOS's latest release tackles XZ CVE, revives X11 for stability, and revamps the boot with Plymouth and a new Refind partitioning layout.

[#] Tue Apr 02 2024 04:32:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: March 31st, 2024

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The 181st installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on March 31st, 2024, keeping you updated with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

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