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[#] Thu Jun 06 2024 22:40:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: The Most Popular Linux News Over The Past 20 Years

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With yesterday marking the 20th birthday of Phoronix, I was curious what the most popular news articles were over these past two decades. There's a lot of compiler fodder, news from the early days of AMD Ryzen, Linus Torvalds commentary, and more.

[#] Thu Jun 06 2024 23:41:20 EDT from rss <>

Subject: VLC 3.0.21 Adds New AMD VQ Enhancer Filter, Improves Opus Ambisonic Support

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VLC 3.0.21 is now available as the latest stable version of this popular, cross-platform, free, and versatile media player for GNU/Linux, Android, macOS, Windows, and other platforms.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 00:27:05 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Apache Web Server on Ubuntu

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Learn how to install Apache on Ubuntu using package manager and source code, followed by how to configure, manage, secure, and use Apache.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 01:12:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: blendOS 4: Yet Another Try on Immutability

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blendOS 4, an immutable Arch-based Linux distro betting on a declarative approach, has just been released. However, it left us with mixed feelings. Here's why.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 01:58:38 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Monitor Network Sockets Using ss Command in Linux

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Learn how to use the ss command to monitor the network sockets on Linux, such as listing listening sockets, associated processes, etc.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 03:14:51 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Milk-V Meles RISC-V Single Board Computer with 8GB RAM, 128GB eMMC – Available for $80.00

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The Milk-V Meles, a credit card-sized single-board computer, leverages the power of the TH1520 System-on-Chip, a RISC-V based platform. It’s packed with features like Gigabit Ethernet, dual camera support, and dual display capabilities, making it suitable for hobbyists and makers.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 04:31:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Essential Support Sites for Linux Admins (Free Download)

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Just because a piece of software is open source doesn’t mean there’s no support available. In fact, open-source software has plenty of available support… it’s sometimes just not in the form you’re accustomed to.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 05:47:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How To Kill A Process Running On A Specific Port In Linux

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This detailed tutorial explains how to find and kill a process running on a specific port in Linux and Unix-like operating systems.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 06:48:42 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ArrowDL - cross-platform download manager

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ArrowDL is a mass download manager. The software lets you download links, pictures, videos from YouTube and other sites, as well as peer-to-peer, and other media available on the internet.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 08:04:57 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux 6.10 Fixes AMD Zen 5 CPU Frequency Reporting With cpupower

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This week's pull request of power management fixes for the Linux 6.10 kernel has an important change for the in-tree cpupower utility to fix P-State frequency reporting on upcoming Zen 5 (Family 1Ah) processors.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 09:21:13 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Debian 13 Moves to tmpfs for /tmp/ Directory

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Debian 13 introduces tmpfs for /tmp and timed cleanup for /var/tmp, aligning with standard practices in the upcoming Trixie release.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 10:37:36 EDT from rss <>

Subject: LibreOffice 24.2.4 Office Suite Is Now Available for Download with 72 Bug Fixes

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The Document Foundation announced today the general availability of LibreOffice 24.2.4 as the fourth point release to the latest LibreOffice 24.2 office suite series fixing more than 70 bugs.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 11:23:23 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to use Microsoft OneDrive on Linux

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In this post, I’m going to show you how to use OneDrive on a Linux distro. Both GUI and CLI options.Microsoft OneDrive doesn’t have an official desktop client for Linux. So, the only options you are left with are using the web version via a browser, or using 3-rd party clients. I’ll feature the 3-rd party clients here. Some of the clients in this post will be the same as the Google Drive clients.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 12:09:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Lansweeper finds a lot of CentOS Linux out there

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Network scan reveals 26 percent of Linux boxes are CentOS 7, EOL later this month. What happens next? Lansweeper's scans of its customers' networks found an awful lot of Linux boxes facing imminent end of life, with no direct upgrade path. This, for clarity, is a very bad thing.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 12:54:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A roadmap for VirtIO Video on ChromeOS: part 3

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This final installment discusses the future plans for cros-libva and cros-codecs in general, as well as the tentative "virtio-media" protocol and some of our recent contributions to the ecosystem.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 13:40:35 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Shopping For A Launch-Day AMD Ryzen AI 300 Series Laptop For Linux Testing

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With this week's Computex announcement by AMD of the Ryzen AI 300 series laptop processors built atop Zen 5, one of the pleasant aspects has been several laptop models being announced already to be powered by either the Ryzen AI 9 365 or Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 flagship models. Some models are also already available for pre-order ahead of launch day.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 14:26:24 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Firefox tips and tricks for gamers

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Once my work day is over and my baby is asleep, there’s nothing I love more than settling in with my weighted blanket, grabbing some pillows, and playing video games. I don’t get to play video games as much as I’d like to anymore, so I need every tool at my disposal working for me to make sure I can maximize my time. I reached out to my fellow gamers here at Mozilla, and here’s how we use Firefox to help us game.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 15:12:07 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Incus 6.2 Container & Virtual Machine Manager Released

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Incus 6.2 rolls out with customizable columns, YAML support for storage and network configurations, enhanced log management, and more.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 15:57:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: NVIDIA 550.90.07 Linux Graphics Driver Is Out Now with Various Bug Fixes

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NVIDIA 550.90.07 graphics driver for Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems is now available for download with various bug fixes and improvements.

[#] Fri Jun 07 2024 16:58:50 EDT from rss <>

Subject: SpacemiT Muse Pi: A RISC-V SBC Featuring the SpacemiT M1 SoC

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The SpacemiT Muse Pi is a development board that leverages the cutting-edge RISC-V architecture. It is powered by the SpacemiT M1, an Octa-core System-on-Chip, which is designed to support multiple serial peripherals and a range of wireless communication standards.

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