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[#] Sun Jun 16 2024 18:52:31 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Killer Bean looks absolutely nuts in the latest trailer

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Over the top action? Check. You play as a Bean? Check. I'm not sure what else you need to really know about it other than you obviously need to play it. "After being betrayed by the Shadow Agency and learning the truth about their evil ways, Killer Bean has made it his life goal to destroy them. Yet this is easier said than done, as Killer Bean will face armies of enemies, and mysterious Shadow Beans who are better trained and more powerful than him."

[#] Sun Jun 16 2024 20:24:00 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Google Chrome Remote Desktop

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Google Chrome Remote Desktop is a remote desktop software tool that allows a user to remotely control another computer’s desktop through a proprietary protocol.

[#] Sun Jun 16 2024 21:55:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Wine Staging 9.11 Released With A Patch For A 17 Year Old Bug Report

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Building off Friday's release of Wine 9.11 as that newest bi-weekly development release, Wine Staging 9.11 has been released with some 428 patches re-based atop this latest upstream Wine code.

[#] Sun Jun 16 2024 23:26:58 EDT from rss <>

Subject: PineTab2: A Linux Tablet Featuring Rockchip RK3566 SoC and DanctNix Arch Linux

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The PineTab2 is a Linux tablet based on the Rockchip RK3566 System-on-Chip clocked at 1.8GHz and comes pre-loaded with DanctNix Arch Linux. Recently announced on Pine64’s social media, this device is now available again for interested customers.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 00:58:30 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Final Curtain for Debian 10, Users Urged to Upgrade

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Debian 10 (Buster) will reach end-of-life on June 30, 2024. For continued support and updates, transition to Debian 11 (Bullseye).

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 12:38:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Run a Linux Desktop Using the Windows Subsystem for Linux

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Running Linux alongside Windows has proven increasingly useful over the years. However, dual booting can be difficult to manage, and setting up a virtual machine has some stability issues. One solution is to use the Windows Subsystem for Linux. Here's how to run a Linux desktop on Windows using the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 14:10:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Cinnamon 6.2 Desktop Environment Released, Here’s What’s New

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The Cinnamon 6.2 desktop environment reached stable status today as the Linux Mint developers published the first tarball in the 6.2 series, which will be the default in the upcoming Linux Mint 22 “Wilma” release.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 15:41:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Let's take a look at Oracle's love and hate relationship with open source software

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All companies use open source now, but some, such as Oracle, have never been completely comfortable with it. Back in 2009, I followed Oracle's acquisition of Sun as closely as a tick on a dog's neck. I doubted very much that it would work out well. I thought Sun would have been better off with IBM. In the end, it was a mixed bag.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 17:13:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Diamond Linux-TT – desktop Linux distribution based on Debian

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Diamond Linux-TT is a free operating system based on Debian and uses the KDE Plasma desktop environment with the goal of offering a style familiar to Windows users.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 18:44:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: FreeBSD 14.1 vs. DragonFlyBSD 6.4 vs. NetBSD 10 vs. Linux Benchmarks

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After last week looking at how FreeBSD 14.1 has improved performance over FreeBSD 14.0, here is an expanded cross-OS comparison now looking at how the new FreeBSD 14.1 stable release compares to the recently released NetBSD 10.0, the current DragonFlyBSD 6.4 release, and then CentOS Stream 9 and Ubuntu 24.04 LTS for some Linux comparison data points.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 20:01:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 12 Days Have Passed Since the Edward Brocklesby Revelations and Debian Project Has Said Absolutely Nothing About That

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One must therefore assume they have nothing to say in their defence (covering up severe security failings). IMAGINE something very damaging being presented, with full context, based on original material, right from the horse's own mouth. One might expect, at the very least, a face-saving statement, such as "well, that was a long time ago" or "we learned our lessons"...Well, Debian does not work that way. Instead, like a cult, it only attacked the messenger.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 21:32:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: If Your PC Won't Run Windows 11, Here Are 5 Great Linux Operating Systems to Try Instead

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If you're still using Windows 10 (or, perish the thought, Windows 7), it's nearly time to upgrade. Windows 10 will stop receiving updates next year, leaving you vulnerable to online threats. But, what if your PC won't run Windows 11? One of these Linux operating systems might be the answer.

[#] Mon Jun 17 2024 23:04:04 EDT from rss <>

Subject: IceWM 3.6 Released with New Features and Fixes

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IceWM 3.6 window manager: Maximize windows by double-clicking borders and enjoy enhanced character support in the address bar.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 00:35:34 EDT from rss <>

Subject: postmarketOS 24.06 Linux Mobile OS Brings KDE Plasma 6, GNOME Mobile 46

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The postmarketOS devs released today postmarketOS 24.06 as the latest stable version of this Alpine Linux-based operating system for mobile devices and computers that introduces support for new devices and the latest versions of supported graphical interfaces.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 02:07:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 41 Looks To Offer A KDE Plasma Mobile Spin

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Two new change proposals have been filed for enhancing the KDE offerings with this autumn's Fedora 41 release.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 03:38:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: T-Glass: DIY Prism Display Glasses Powered by ESP32-S3 MCU and Onboard 6-Axis IMU

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The T-Glass combines several features into one wearable device, ideal for hobbyists and developers. This innovative pair of glasses incorporates the ESP32-S3 MCU, a mic, an IMU, and a compact prism display designed for real-time information integration.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 05:10:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Proton is taking its privacy-first apps to a nonprofit foundation model

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Proton, the secure-minded email and productivity suite, is becoming a nonprofit foundation, but it doesn't want you to think about it in the way you think about other notable privacy and web foundations.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 06:26:19 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 5 Linux commands you need to gather your system's most important information

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Linux never suffers from having too little information. With just a few commands, you can gather all the details you need to understand what's under the hood of your computer.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 07:57:49 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Contribute at the Fedora Linux Rawhide Test Week for A11Y 2024-06-19

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In the spirit of fostering a diverse and inclusive community, Fedora is proud to announce its upcoming Accessibility (a11y) Test Week. As part of the Fedora Week of Diversity, this event, running from June 19 to June 25, 2024. It aims to ensure that our software is accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities. This initiative is not just about refining software but about affirming Fedora’s commitment to accessibility and inclusivity.

[#] Tue Jun 18 2024 09:29:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Kit – lightweight, modular framework for scalable web development

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Kit is a lightweight, modular framework for scalable production systems. The goal of Kit is to provide a template for a robust, scalable Clojure web application. It hides common plumbing that is standard across projects via its libs system, while exposing code that tends to be customized in the clj-new template.

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