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[#] Mon Feb 06 2023 20:35:03 EST from rss <>

Subject: Apollo Lake system integrates up to 6x GbE, 2x LAN bypass and 2x SFP

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The ICS-I370 is a fanless industrial cyber security network appliance powered by the Intel Atom E3900 CPU series. Lanner’s ICS-I370 also includes 1x M.2 B-key for LTE/5G networking, 1x M.2 E-Key for Wi-Fi connectivity and multiple storage options. The Lanner ICS-I370 integrates one of the following low-power processors with 14nm process: x7-E3950 — 4C/4T, 1.6 […]

[#] Mon Feb 06 2023 22:56:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: SparkyLinux 6.6 Brings Latest Debian Bullseye Updates, Linux 6.1 Kernel Support

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SparkyLinux 6.6 has been officially released today, after being available for download over the weekend, as the sixth maintenance update and ISO release of the SparkyLinux 6 “Po Tolo” series.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 01:18:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: SparkyLinux 6.6 Introduces Live USB Persistence Feature

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Debian-based SparkyLinux 6.6 comes with updated bundled apps and an enhanced tool allowing users to make a live USB disk with persistence.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 03:43:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: KDE Plasma: Full Featured Desktop That’s Surprisingly Easy on Resources

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KDE’s Plasma desktop environment, once considered something of a resource hog, has more features than ever and is Linux’s most configurable desktop, yet it’s as easy on resources as relatively lightweight desktops such as Xfce.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 06:05:20 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Kali Linux in VirtualBox on Windows

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Here's the easiest way to install Kali Linux on Windows via VirtualBox. This guide has everything you need to know.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 08:25:38 EST from rss <>

Subject: Join the conversation

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The Fedora community invites you to join the conversation and help to advance the Fedora Project and free software in general.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 10:48:48 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to manage flatpaks privileges with Flatseal

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Flatpaks represent a relative new, cross-distribution way of distributing software on Linux: applications are packaged together with their dependencies and runs in a sandbox, isolated from the rest of the system, except for some specific areas they need to access to work correctly. The system resources a flatpak needs to access are visible when it is installed from the command line; with Flatseal we can inspect and manage them graphically.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 16:06:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: An Early Look at the Official Fedora Budgie and Sway Spins

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The upcoming Fedora Linux 38 release will offer official Fedora Budgie and Sway spins featuring the Budgie desktop environment and Sway tilling window manager. Here’s an early look!

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 18:14:06 EST from rss <>

Subject: Fedora 38 Will Offer Unfiltered Flathub Access Out of the Box

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Fedora users can rejoice – the proposal to include unfiltered access to Flathub as a third-party repository in Fedora 38 has been approved.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 20:39:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: Get Started with GIMP on Rocky Linux: An Easy Guide to Installing and Maintaining with DNF or Flatpak Package Managers

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GIMP is a powerful and versatile open-source image editing software that rivals commercial image editing software like Adobe Photoshop. It offers several benefits, such as being free and open-source, highly customizable, compatible with multiple operating systems, regularly updated, and maintained by a large community of developers. This tutorial demonstrates how to install GIMP on Rocky Linux 9 or 8 via the appstream dnf or flatpak package manager with tips on maintenance and removal.

[#] Tue Feb 07 2023 23:01:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: Surprise! China's top Android phones collect way more info

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Best to revisit that plan to bring home a cheap OnePlus, Xiaomi, Oppo, or Realme handset from your holiday. Don't buy an Android phone in China, boffins have warned, as they come crammed with preinstalled apps transmitting privacy-sensitive data to third-party domains without consent or notice.…

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 01:24:22 EST from rss <>

Subject: Xfce 4.18 Review: Desktop for Performance and Style

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Review of Xfce 4.18 desktop environment release in terms of its new features, performance, user feedback and road ahead.

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 03:59:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: The Realistic Timeline for Learning Linux: How Long Will it Take You?

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Are you curious about the world of Linux but don't know where to start or how long it will take to master it? Look no further! In this article, we'll delve into the realistic timeline for learning Linux and provide you with a clear roadmap to success. From understanding your current skillset and familiarizing yourself with Linux concepts, to getting hands-on experience and building a strong foundation in the command line, we've got you covered.

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 06:22:26 EST from rss <>

Subject: Mozilla, like Google, is looking ahead to the end of Apple's WebKit rule

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Work on a Gecko-based version of Firefox for iOS is underway, again. Mozilla is planning for the day when Apple will no longer require its competitors to use the WebKit browser engine in iOS.…

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 08:43:45 EST from rss <>

Subject: Experience Kylin Desktop: A Command Line Tutorial for Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04 LTS

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Ubuntu Kylin is a Chinese-specific edition of the Ubuntu operating system featuring the Kylin Desktop Environment. This environment has been designed to cater to the needs of the Chinese community, offering a smooth and seamless computing experience but has support for English and other languages as an alternative desktop environment.

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 09:30:04 EST from rss <>

Subject: Transmission 4.0.0 Released with BitTorrent v2 Support, Code Cleanups

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Free and open-source BitTorrent client Transmission 4.0.0 is here with sizable updates. This is what's new.

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 11:53:25 EST from rss <>

Subject: An Introduction to Linux Automation, Tools and Techniques

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This article provides a comprehensive introduction to Linux automation tools and techniques, discussing the benefits of automation, the different types of tools available, and how to get started with automating your Linux workflow. Whether you’re a seasoned Linux administrator or just getting started, this article will provide you with the information and guidance you need to take your skills to the next level.

[#] Wed Feb 08 2023 14:16:46 EST from rss <>

Subject: ASRock new mini PC powered by AMD Ryzen 7000U-Series APUs

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After recently launching the NUCS 1300 BOX Series last month, ASRock has just presented their new 4X4 BOX 7000/D5 Series. These new Mini-PCs come equipped with dual 2.5 GbE ports, Wi-Fi 6 E/BL5.2 connectivity and DDR5 support. The press release indicates that these new Mini-PCs integrate the following two AMD CPUs with TSMC 6nm FinFET […]

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