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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Dec 11, 2023

Updated This Past Day

  1. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 changes in the context of Red Hat OpenShift workloads
    Workloads that need to adapt to the changes will typically share some activity patterns
  2. Alpine Linux 3.19 Released with Linux Kernel 6.6 LTS and Raspberry Pi 5 Support
    The Alpine Linux team announced today the release and general availability of Alpine Linux 3.19 as a major update to this independent and security-oriented GNU/Linux distribution.
  3. Zorin OS 17 Beta Released with Quick Settings, Spatial Desktop, and More
    Today, the Zorin OS team announced the general availability for public testing of the beta version of the upcoming Zorin OS 17 release, which promises new and exciting features.
  4. Linux Mint 21.3 “Virginia” – BETA Release
    This is the BETA release for Linux Mint 21.3 “Virginia”
  5. Links 10/12/2023: Second Belmarsh Tribunal For Assange, EU Legislates for Buzzwords
    Links for the day
  6. ext4 data corruption in 6.1 stable tree
    stable kernels before 6.5
  7. The Wine development release 9.0-rc1 is now available.
    Wine Announcement
  8. Lubuntu 24.04 LTS to Ship with Optional Wayland Session, Improved Installer
    Lubuntu developer Simon Quigley breaks the news today, exclusively for, that the upcoming Lubuntu 24.04 LTS (Noble Numbat) operating system will be shipping with an optional Wayland session for its LXQt desktop offering.
  9. Hold Off Debian Upgrades: Kernel 6.1.64 ext4 Bug Alert
    A data corruption bug in Linux kernel 6.1.64-1 with possible data loss on ext4 file systems
  10. Linux Blamed for Everything (Even Unpatched Systems, Years-Old CVEs)
    FUD tactics?
  11. Media Talks About Android, Linux, macOS Security Issues While Microsoft Blames Windows Holes on "Russia"
    missing the Big Story
  12. Microsoft People Control People From Within ('Secure' Boot and BSOD)
    the same old tactic, taking over the rival


  13. today's howtos
    catching up with older ones
  14. Security Leftovers
    Mostly CISA today
  15. 5 things I learned from using Ubuntu
    I chose the daily driver Ubuntu 23.04 on a low-powered Geekmon mini PC with an Intel Celeron Processor and 8GB of RAM
  16. Mission Center Now Shows Intel GPU Usage, Available as AppImage
    Intel GPU support has been added to the Linux system monitor app Mission Center
  17. postmarketOS // How to become a Trusted Contributor
    We considered making a process for becoming a Core Team member as well
  18. Linux 6.7-rc5
    xmas release
  19. Audiocasts/Shows: The Linux Link Tech Show, LOSS Weekly, and Many New Videos
    mostly new Indivious links
  20. December 2023 ISO refresh with a brand-new LTS kernel
    The December 2023 release of refreshed ISO images brings the latest LTS 6.6 kernel
  21. Android Leftovers
    Android Auto Gets Updated to Make Parking A Bit Hassle-free
  22. UP 7000 SBC review – Part 2: Ubuntu 22.04 on a fanless Intel N100 single board computer
    The UP 7000 is a credit card-sized Alder Lake-N single board computer that can be used as an alternative to the Raspberry Pi 5 for industrial applications
  23. FSF-EEE on Proprietary Software and Child Labour (YH4F)
    Two stories for the week
  24. today's leftovers
    Debian, Fedora, and more
  25. Security Leftovers
    Misinformation and harms
  26. Programming Leftovers
    Python, Perl, and more
  27. from worst terminal to merely mediocre
    what if we track damage and draw directly to the front buffer? This should be faster
  28. Devices With Linux or Open Hardware: Mostly ESP32
    Some hardware coverage, Linux Gizmos mostly
  29. Games: Proton Experimental and Must-Play Metroidvanias Bundle
    Two new articles by Liam Dawe
  30. today's howtos
    many howtos for Sunday
  31. Cubemap 1.5.0 released
    This was a long time coming
  32. Jami: A Versatile Open-Source Distributed Communication App
    Installing and using Jami to give you a walkthrough of how it works, and what you can expect from it
  33. OSMC's December update is here
    fifth iteration of our flagship device
  34. Android Leftovers
    Are You Being Tracked? Here's How Your Android Device Might Be Monitoring You
  35. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software and Mozilla
    Some FOSS news
  36. Programming Leftovers
    and some hardware too
  37. This Week in GNOME: #125 Portalled USB Devices
    Update on what happened across the GNOME project in the week from December 01 to December 08
  38. New Godot Forum and Godot 4.2.1 RC 1
    Some Godot news
  39. Red Hat and Fedora Leftovers
    mostly Fedora news
  40. Audiocasts/Shows: FLOPS and Threads, Linux in the Ham Shack
    new podcast and new episode
  41. Pactus, Transmission, Motrix, Pidgin, and Other Software
    FOSS news
  42. Security Leftovers
    incidents and observations
  43. AMD Moves One Step Ahead With RDNA 4 "GFX12" GPU Enablement, Adds New Patches In Linux
    AMD has enabled further support for its next-gen RDNA 4 "GFX12" GPUs in Linux, as Team Red adds new patches for their AMDGPU LLVM shader compiler
  44. today's howtos
    howtos for Saturday
  45. 8 Best Free and Open Source Translators
    Only free and open source software is eligible for inclusion
  46. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  47. today's howtos
    a larger batch of howtos for today
  48. Tumbleweed gets LLVM, Sudo, GCC Updates
    This week openSUSE Tumbleweed has been on a constant roll as consecutive snapshots arrive with fresh software updates
  49. Programming Leftovers
    Python and C++
  50. Microsoft Antitrust Violations, Linux Entryism, and Lies
    Opposition news
  51. Personal FreeBSD PKGBASE Update Server
    People that like to use custom FreeBSD version or enterprise corporate world that needs to fulfill many compliance regulations
  52. diffoscope 253 released
    This version includes the following changes
  53. The Surprising Thing A Facebook Content Blocker Showed Me
    Recently, I’ve been doing something with my Facebook feed that feels surprisingly telling
  54. PipeWire 1.0 - An interview with PipeWire creator Wim Taymans
    Wim Taymans is a Fedora contributor and the creator of PipeWire, the system service that takes audio and video handling under Linux to the next level
  55. Open Hardware/Modding: Raspberry Pi, Arduino and More
    Mostly projects
  56. today's howtos
    only 5 for now
  57. Windows TCO
    issues associated with Microsoft failings
  58. Games: Far Cry 6, World of Goo, SEGA, Steam Deck, and More
    half a dozen from Liam Dawe
  59. Android Leftovers
    How to turn off trending searches on Android
  60. Kali vs. ParrotOS: 2 versatile Linux distros for security pros
    Two Linux distributions -- Kali Linux and ParrotOS -- can help enterprises fill in their security gaps
  61. Stable kernels: Linux 6.6.5, Linux 6.1.66, Linux 5.15.142, Linux 5.10.203, Linux 5.4.263, Linux 4.19.301 and Linux 4.14.332
    I'm announcing the release of the 6.6.5 kernel
  62. Plasma Browser Integration 1.9
    I’m pleased to announce the immediate availability of Plasma Browser Integration version 1.9
  63. The Transitional Journey of openSUSE’s Logo Rebranding
    The open-source world is in the midst of an exciting transformation as the openSUSE community prepares to phase in a new project logo
  64. Linux Mint 21.3 Beta Is Now Available for Download with Cinnamon 6.0
    After confirming that the beta version of Linux Mint 21.3 will be coming this week, the Linux Mint team has now published the ISO images of all three Linux Mint editions, which can be downloaded right now.
  65. Freespire 10: What’s New in PC/OS’s Latest Free Desktop Distro
    Freespire 10 debuts! Based on Ubuntu 22.04, powered by Linux kernel 6.2
  66. GNOME Shell 45.2 Update Rolling out to Ubuntu 23.10
    The first point release to GNOME Shell 45 only hit Ubuntu 23.10 at the end of last month
  67. Jami: A Versatile Open-Source Decentralized Communication App
    Installing and using Jami to give you a walkthrough of how it works
  68. This week in KDE: DMA fence deadlines and lots of bug-fixing
    The bug-fixing marathon continued this week
  69. Garuda – A Modern Lightweight and Customizable Linux Distro
    Garuda Linux is a rolling-release Linux distribution designed for x86-64 architecture
  70. FESCo election: Interview with Jonathan Wright
    This is a part of the Elections Interviews series
  71. Security Leftovers
    5 more links
  72. How to Hide Columns and Rows in LibreOffice and OpenOffice
    Hiding unnecessary columns and rows improves readability and helps you focus your attention on the most crucial information. Whether you're working with financial data, complex formulas, or extensive product lists, this simple technique can significantly improve your productivity while using LibreOffice or OpenOffice.
  73. 6 Best Linux Virtualization Software for 2024
    We’ll help you simplify the decision-making process of choosing the right solution by highlighting the six best virtual machine software for Linux in 2023
  74. GNU/Linux Leftovers
    3 more stories for today
  75. Open Hardware/Modding and Linux Devices
    some hardware for or with Linux
  76. today's howtos
    only 3 for the time being
  77. today's leftovers
    GNOME, Debian, FSF, and more
  78. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software and Firmware
    FOSS and beyond
  79. Programming Leftovers
    also some about containers
  80. Security Leftovers
    mostly incident news

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