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[#] Sun May 26 2024 20:38:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Weekly Roundup: MX-23.3, NVIDIA 555, FreeBSD 14.1-BETA3, and More!

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Stay updated with our Linux Weekly Roundup for the latest news, hardware innovations, essential tools, and distribution updates in the Linux community.

[#] Sun May 26 2024 22:25:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: JuK – KDE music player and a music manager

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We’ve reviewed the vast majority of music players for Linux. But there always seems more out there to explore.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 00:12:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: DFRobot Releases New ESP32-UE and ESP32-E Modules Featuring External and PCB Antennas

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DFRobot Releases New ESP32-UE and ESP32-E Modules Featuring External and PCB AntennasDFRobot's FireBeetle series has expanded with the FireBeetle 2 ESP32-UE (N16R2) and ESP32-E, robust IoT microcontrollers featuring the Tensilica LX6 dual-core processor. The ESP32-UE variant includes support for external Bluetooth and Wi-Fi antennas to boost communication range, along with a Lithium battery for portable use.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 01:58:53 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Samsung disputes report Nvidia isn't happy with its HBM quality

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Samsung has disputed a report which claimed its high-bandwidth memory products are not performing to Nvidia's satisfaction. Reuters last week reported that Samsung's chips did not meet Nvidia's power consumption and heat requirements. Samsung told Business Korea that it is "smoothly conducting tests for HBM supply with various global partners" and that it is "continuously testing technology and performance in close cooperation with multiple companies." The Reuters report included a Samsung statement to the effect that HBM is customized for each of its clients.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 03:45:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linus Torvalds Announces First Linux Kernel 6.10 Release Candidate

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As expected, Linus Torvalds announced today the general availability for public testing of the first Release Candidate (RC) development milestone of the upcoming Linux 6.10 kernel series.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 05:32:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to manage files on cloud storage with Rclone on Linux

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Rclone is a free and open source command line program to manage files on cloud storage services like Google Drive, Backblaze B2, Amazon S3, and many more. The application is written in the Go programming language, and its source code is hosted on GitHub. In this tutorial we learn how to install Rclone on the most used Linux distributions, and how to perform basics operations like copying, syncing, moving and deleting data. In the process, we also see how to obtain Google Drive API credentials, and how to configure a Google Drive remote for Rclone.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 07:19:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Use ed (Standard Line Editor) on Unix/Linux

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Learn how to use "ed", the oldest line editor in Unix/Linux, to create, edit, display, and manipulate files with practical examples.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 09:05:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: I’m Waiting to Upgrade to Ubuntu 24.04 for a Few Important Reasons

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Ubuntu 24.04's release in April 2024 followed the biannual Long-Term Support (LTS) schedule for the popular Linux distro. Despite the new release, I'm holding off a bit on upgrading. Here are several reasons why.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 11:07:54 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 16 Best Free and Open Source Personal Finance Software

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With increasing financial turbulence it’s as important as ever to look after your finances, if only to make sure there are no nasty surprises when you receive your next bank statement.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 12:54:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: May 26th, 2024

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The 189th installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on May 26th, 2024, keeping you updated with the most important things happening in the Linux world.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 14:41:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A 3-Year Campaign to Coerce/Intimidate Us Into Censorship: Targeting My Old "Tweets"

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UEFI restricted boot (an attack on all computer users) was originally the reason for its chief enabler - and Microsoft collaborator - attempting to silence me or, failing that, defame me in public fora (shooting the messenger, ad hominem).

[#] Mon May 27 2024 16:28:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Change Shell in Linux: A Practical Approach

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This guide shows you how to change your Linux shell, making the switch from(to) Bash, Fish, Zsh, or any other shell a breeze.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 18:15:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Track Your Time In Linux With Bartib

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Struggling to stay productive in Linux? Bartib can help! This guide explains how to track your time with Bartib, a time tracking application for Linux.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 20:02:09 EDT from rss <>

Subject: One-Click-Backup - Qt-based simple backup software

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One-Click-Backup is a basic program to backup folders to an external location. It’s written in C++ and uses Qt.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 21:48:55 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Armbian 24.5.1: Emphasizing Stability & User Experience For Diverse Hardware Platforms

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Armbian 24.5.1: Emphasizing Stability & User Experience For Diverse Hardware PlatformsThe release of Armbian 24.5.1 Havier marks a significant update focusing on stability enhancements and user experience improvements for a variety of supported hardware platforms. This latest version introduces substantial modifications and updates as detailed in an extensive changelog.

[#] Mon May 27 2024 23:35:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: KaOS Linux 2024.05 Released, Here’s What’s New

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KaOS 2024.05 debuts with a full Qt6 integration, Plasma 6.0.5, KDE Gear 24.05, removal of X11 dependencies, and more.

[#] Tue May 28 2024 01:37:39 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Armbian 24.5 Released with Orange Pi 5 Pro and Radxa ROCK 5 ITX Support

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The Armbian community informs today about the availability of Armbian 24.5, codenamed Havier, as the latest stable release of this Debian/Ubuntu-based distribution for ARM devices.

[#] Tue May 28 2024 03:24:29 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The CIA Triad in Open Source Security for Linux Environments: A Primer for Professionals

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The CIA triad '' no relation to the Central Intelligence Agency '' is an information security framework for protecting information. It examines the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of an organization's data, giving users a valuable tool for assessing and implementing systems or finding weaknesses.

[#] Tue May 28 2024 05:11:14 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install and Use Screen on Linux (15 Practical Examples)

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Learn how to install and use the screen command in Linux to manage multiple shell sessions during an SSH connection, with practical examples.

[#] Tue May 28 2024 06:57:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

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Take your Minecraft game to the next level by hosting your server on Ubuntu. Enjoy privacy, control, and flexibility for your players today.

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