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[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 12:57:01 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Install Prestashop on Ubuntu 24.04 Server

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Prestashop is a fully customizable and feature-rich e-commerce solution for building comprehensive e-commerce websites. In this guide, you’ll learn how to install Prestashop on the Ubuntu 24.04 server with the LAMP Stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP) and Composer.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 14:13:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: ONLYOFFICE 8.1 Released with Enhanced PDF Editor + More

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A new version of ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors, a free, open-source, and cross-platform office suite, is now available to download. If you’ve not yet found a reason to try this productivity powerhouse out, this latest update could well change that. Last autumn’s ONLYOFFICE 7.5 release added a new PDF application to the suite. This could open/view PDF files, and handle basic PDF editing, like form filling, highlighting, simple annotations, and scribbling on documents with a pen tool.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 15:44:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: 9 Best Free and Open Source JavaScript Runtime Environments

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Here are the best free JavaScript runtimes with our verdict captured in a legendary LinuxLinks-style ratings chart.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 17:16:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: A No-Nonsense Open-Source Diary App for Android

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We have plenty of note-taking applications for Android. Some might prefer to use the default apps by Samsung, Google or any other phone manufacturer, and others would look for open-source solutions like Standard Notes.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 18:47:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Privacy features lose their way in latest Firefox update

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Mozilla backtracking on private window changes after uproar. Firefox remains the browser of choice for many, but the latest update has lost users' tabs and makes it much more apparent when they have private tabs open, missing the point of privacy.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 20:19:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Mesa Developers Arent Convinced Over Dropping Old OpenGL Drivers Right Now

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Earlier this week was a proposal for creating a new Mesa legacy driver branch for clearing out older OpenGL drivers like the ATI R300, AMD R600, Lima, Nouveau NV30, and other older GPU drivers. However, other upstream Mesa developers aren't convinced by the proposal.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 21:50:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Finding the Most Up-to-Date and Fastest Arch Linux Mirrors

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Meet Reflector, the Arch Linux tool that optimizes your Pacman experience by selecting the fastest and most up-to-date mirrors. Here's how to use it.

[#] Sat Jun 22 2024 23:22:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: How to Check PHP Version in Linux (via 4 Methods)

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Learn how to check the PHP (or PHP-FPM) version on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions from the command line.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 00:53:45 EDT from rss <>

Subject: X4: Foundations Update 7.00 and X4: Timelines DLC are out now

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X4: Foundations 7.00 Update and X4: Timelines from Egosoft bring some huge changes to the huge space sim and there's never been a better time to try it out.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 02:25:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Flathub Has Now Served More Than Two Billion Downloads For Flatpaks

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Flathub as the centralized repository for serving Flatpak sandboxed Linux applications crossed the threshold this weekend of serving more than two billion downloads.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 03:56:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: (Updated) SeeedStudio Previews R1000 Powered by Raspberry Pi CM4

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[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 05:28:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft Paint

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Microsoft Paint is a simple raster graphics editor that has been included with all versions of Microsoft Windows.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 06:59:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: From network security to nyet work in perpetuity: What's up with the Kaspersky US ban?

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It's been a long time coming. Now our journos speak their brains. The US government on Thursday banned Kaspersky Lab from selling its antivirus and other products in America from late July, and from issuing updates and malware signatures from October.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 08:31:16 EDT from rss <>

Subject: HandBrake 1.8.1 Video Transcoder Fixes Bugs and Issues

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HandBrake 1.8.1 free video transcoder fixes video artifacts, subtitle corruption, and more. Windows users, install .NET Desktop Runtime 8.0.x first!

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 10:02:46 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Ditch Proprietary BIOS/UEFI: Top 3 Open Source Boot Firmware

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Today, it's widely known that proprietary firmware, such as BIOS and UEFI, often contains backdoors that compromise user privacy. I believe that hardware manufacturers intentionally integrate these backdoors into their closed-source firmware for obvious reasons. This presents a serious privacy issue, prompting the open-source community and privacy advocates to develop secure, open-source boot firmware. These alternatives prioritize user privacy and enhance hardware security.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 11:34:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Tuxedo Computers Announces Snapdragon X Elite-Powered Linux Laptop

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Tuxedo computer is working on an ARM Linux laptop powered by Snapdragon X Elite chipset. Great news for Linux users! Tuxedo Computers, a company that specializes in creating computers built for Linux, has announced that they are working on an ARM-based Linux laptop using Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon X Elite chipset.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 13:05:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Longtime Linux Wireless Developer Passes Away

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The Linux kernel community has sadly lost one of its longtime, prolific contributors to the wireless (WiFi) drivers.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 14:37:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Linux Weekly Roundup: Tails 6.4, Tor Browser 13.5, KDE Plasma 6.1, SysLinuxOS 12.4, and More!

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Stay updated with our Linux Weekly Roundup for the latest news, hardware innovations, essential tools, and distribution updates in the Linux community.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 16:08:47 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Why I'm Excited About the New GIF Tool on Chromebooks

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Sometimes, the best way to explain how to do something is to show it. This is why I'm excited about the new GIF tool in ChromeOS. It's now easy to take short GIFs on a Chromebook. It makes my job easier to show how things work in ChromeOS rather than just have static pictures.

[#] Sun Jun 23 2024 17:40:17 EDT from rss <>

Subject: Robotic Platform Built on RISC-V Milk-V Meles with ROS2 Support

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At the 2024 XUANTIE RISC-V Ecosystem Conference, a collaborative effort between Yahboom, milK-V, and ALIBABA DAMO Academy led to the unveiling of the RISC-V MicroROS educational robot. This robot, based on the Milk-V Meles SBC, is now available for purchase and provides an advanced learning platform for robotics enthusiasts and students.

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