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[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 05:39:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Oracle quietly extends Solaris 11.4 support until 2037

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Legacy OS and app holdouts get three more years of paid support, also on versions 10.0 and 11.3Oracle has quietly extended paid support and upgrades for Solaris 11.4 to 2037 – three years past its previous deadline – and did the same for earlier versions of the OS last year.…

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 07:11:46 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Audacious on Manjaro Linux

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In our guide, we will quickly cover how to install Audacious on Manjaro utilizing the command-terminal along with some first-time tips.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 08:43:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Fix WordPress Stuck in Maintenance Mode

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Regardless of whether you’re a website owner or just a visitor, seeing WordPress stuck in maintenance mode is a problem. The good news is that this issue is common and is easily fixed. Let’s go over how to get WordPress out of maintenance mode, as well as how to prevent this from happening again.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 10:14:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: Contribute at the KDE Plasma 6 Test Week

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The KDE SIG is working on final integration for Plasma 6. This version was just recently released, and will arrive soon in Fedora Linux 40. As a result, the KDE SIG and QA teams have organized a test week from Monday, January 29, 2024 to Monday, February 05, 2024. The wiki page in this article […]

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 15:35:00 EST from rss <>

Subject: Wayland Driver for Wine to Get OpenGL Support and Many New Features in 2024

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Collabora shares with us today a brief review and a look ahead to the ongoing work on the Wayland driver for Wine, as well as a look at some of the features that would be great to have eventually.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 17:06:34 EST from rss <>

Subject: Wine on Wayland: A year in review (and a look ahead)

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2023 was a great year for the Wayland driver for Wine. The goal was to move forward from the experimental phase and make the driver a proper upstream component. A year later, after several merge requests, many people are now already able to use the latest Wine release to enjoy some of their favorite Windows applications in a completely X11-free environment! Here's a quick look at what's to come in 2024.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 18:39:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Configuring NTP on Ubuntu 24.04

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Maintaining accurate system time is crucial for various network operations and synchronization tasks. In Ubuntu 24.04, setting up the Network Time Protocol (NTP) ensures your system clock remains synchronized with internet time servers. This guide provides a detailed walkthrough on configuring NTP on Ubuntu 24.04, ensuring your system’s timekeeping is precise and reliable.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 20:10:33 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tails 5.22 Enhances File Access and Persistent Storage Repair

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Tails 5.22 brings new file-saving features in Tor Browser, persistent storage repair, and updated Tor Browser to 13.0.9.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 21:42:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: 5 Best Free and Open Source AppImage Desktop Integration Tools

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Here’s our survey of tools which help integrate AppImages into your desktop. Only free and open source software is included.

[#] Tue Jan 30 2024 23:13:31 EST from rss <>

Subject: Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 Rolls Out to Linux Phone Users with Various Improvements

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The UBports Foundation announced today the release and general availability of Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 for 20.04 as the latest stable version of this Ubuntu-based privacy and freedom-respecting mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 00:45:01 EST from rss <>

Subject: Highlight rows and columns of active cell in LibreOffice Calc

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This is a simple guide to highlight rows and columns of active cells in LibreOffice Calc as you move around the spreadsheet.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 02:16:30 EST from rss <>

Subject: gtrash: A New Safe Approach to Handling Trash Can on Linux

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Gtrash redefines file deletion on Linux, combining the power of rm with the safety of trash, all in a user-friendly CLI tool. Here's how to use it!

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 03:48:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: 2 Ways to Fix permission denied Error

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A simple guide which can help you to fix the permission denied Error in Debian Linux.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 05:20:42 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Firefox on Debian 12

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This guide will show you how to install Firefox on Debian 12, 11, or 10 Linux using the command-line terminal and Mozilla's official APT repository, ensuring you receive the latest stable build of the browser and prepare you for future upgrades.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 06:52:12 EST from rss <>

Subject: Working with RAM Disk Devices in Linux

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Linux users and system administrators alike are always trying to squeeze as much performance as possible out of their system. A big bottleneck for system performance frequently comes from file transfer speeds – that is, system read and write times. Although recent disk technology like SSDs (Solid State Drives) and NVMe (Non Volatile Memory Express) have sped up transfer times significantly over traditional hard drive disks, none can measure up to the speedy performance of a RAM disk.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 08:23:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Nerd Fonts on Manjaro Linux

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This guide will show you how to install Nerd Fonts on Manjaro Linux using the command-line terminal and the yay AUR helper to access the latest version from the Arch Linux user repository.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 09:55:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Tails 5.22 Released with Various Updates & Security Fixes

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Tails, an open-source, portable operating system that protects against surveillance and censorship, has released version 5.22 with various updates and security features that privacy-conscious users and admins will surely appreciate. Here's what's new in this release and how you can upgrade to Tails 5.22 to reap the benefits it offers. ·

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 11:26:44 EST from rss <>

Subject: How to Install MariaDB on Manjaro Linux

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This guide will show you how to install MariaDB on Manjaro Linux using the command-line terminal and will provide first-use tips.

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 12:58:13 EST from rss <>

Subject: Crunchbang++ versus Bunsen Labs: the pair turn it up to 12

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Lightweight rivals, both based on Crunchbang, OpenBox, and Debian. Crunchbang++ and Bunsen Labs each aim to continue the tradition of the very lightweight Crunchbang Linux, although both distros have thickened around the waist a bit over the years.…

[#] Wed Jan 31 2024 14:17:56 EST from rss <>

Subject: Performance Profiling in Fedora Linux

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Historically it has been difficult for developers to reliably use some software profilers on Linux due to how distributions are assembled. Fedora Linux recently improved this so everyone may contribute to making Linux faster, more efficient, and reliable. This article will guide you through using performance profiling in Fedroa Linux. It will also discuss how […]

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