[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 02:26:00 EST from rss <>
Subject: GNU Linux-Libre 6.2 Kernel Is Here for Software Freedom Lovers
Alexandre Oliva announced today the release and general availability of the GNU Linux-libre 6.2 kernel for those who seek 100% freedom for their GNU/Linux computers and software freedom lovers.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 04:30:11 EST from rss <>
Subject: Xfce 4.18’s Improvements Include Thunar and Under the Hood Changes
When Xfce 4.18 was released in December, many of the desktop environment’s users might not have noticed many changes. That’s because most of the changes were under the hood, and its popular file manager, Thunar, went through a major overhaul.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 06:17:57 EST from rss <>
Subject: How to limit CPU usage with CPULimit on Ubuntu Linux
This tutorial describes how to limit CPU usage in Ubuntu. I will use CPU-limit utility for this purpose. Cpulimit is a tool which limits the CPU usage of a process (expressed in percentage, not in CPU time). It is useful to control batch jobs when you don't want them to eat too many CPU cycles. The goal of cpulimit is to prevent a process from running for more than a specified time ratio. It does not change the nice value or other scheduling priority settings, but the real CPU usage.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 08:23:00 EST from rss <>
Subject: Linux 6.2 Brings Network-Related Updates, Adds 800 Gbps and WiFi 7 Support
Among the key networking features in Linux 6.2 is initial support for 800 Gbps wired networking as well as support for the emerging WiFi 7 wireless standard. The Linux 6.2 kernel also introduces a protective load-balancing feature that could potentially have a significant impact on reducing networking traffic congestion.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 10:13:50 EST from rss <>
Subject: GParted 1.5 Enables Repair When Checking exFAT File Systems
GParted 1.5 open-source and free partition editor for graphically managing disk partitions is now available for download as a maintenance update that addresses various issues and brings a few enhancements.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 12:17:51 EST from rss <>
Subject: Ubuntu’s Latest Move: Goodbye Flatpak Support
In yet another highly controversial move, Canonical announced that future Ubuntu flavor editions would not support Flatpak by default.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 14:07:39 EST from rss <>
Subject: risiOS: The Unconventional Approach to Fedora Linux
Discover risiOS, the Linux distribution that takes the complexity out of Fedora. With easy-to-use tools, it is perfect for new users.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 16:42:11 EST from rss <>
Subject: Top Four Takaways From My Appearance on Doc Searls’ ‘FLOSS Weekly’ Podcast
In January, FOSS Force’s Christine Hall was the guest on Doc Searls’ FLOSS Weekly podcast. Here’s what she learned from that appearance.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 19:02:29 EST from rss <>
Subject: How to Install Pydio Cells File Sharing Server on Ubuntu 22.04
Pydio Cells also known as a Pydio is an open-source file-sharing and synchronization application written in the Golang language. This guide will explain how to install the Pydio file-sharing application on Ubuntu 22.04.
[#] Thu Feb 23 2023 21:22:47 EST from rss <>
Subject: TrueNAS SCALE 22.12.1 Improves Stability and Reliability
TrueNAS SCALE 22.12.1 open storage, codenamed Bluefin, comes with 250 bug fixes for everyone looking for the best NAS solutions.