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Computer Electronics

Updated This Past Day

  1. DietPi 9.1 Expands Support for Raspberry Pi 5
    Raspberry Pi 5 is now supported on DietPi 9.1
  2. EasyOS: pMusic and woofV Updates
    Two updates from B.K.
  3. GNU/Linux in Sudan: From 0.09% to 5% in 15 Years [original]
    Windows has become a rare sight in Sudan


  4. today's leftovers
    7 more links from half a dozen themes
  5. Programming Leftovers
    Python and more
  6. KDE and GNOME: Plasma 6, KPublicTransport, and This Week in GNOME
    Some DE news
  7. Databases: YottaDB r2.00 and pgagroal 1.6
    2 new releases
  8. Web Browsers and Mozilla/Firefox Web Updates
    Some WWW news
  9. Events: FOSDEM in Retrospect and foss-north's Call for Papers
    2 events in focus
  10. Linux and Graphics Leftovers
    kernel level stuff
  11. Fedora and Red Hat Leftovers
    Ben Cotton needs a new job
  12. Security Leftovers
    and some incidents, too
  13. Proprietary: Discord Overlay for Linux, Microsoft Racism, and Microsoft's Anticompetitive Spying
    3 more stories
  14. Canonical/Ubuntu: Some Ubuntu Studio Updates and Snap Cautionary Tale ('Store' a Proprietary Monopoly of Canonical)
    Canonical/Ubuntu news
  15. Open Hardware: Milk-V, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and ESP32
    4 hardware stories of interest
  16. Software: CapyPDF, Deface, Tilix, and Much More
    FOSS updates
  17. today's howtos
    many howtos for today
  18. Announcing Incus 0.6
    This Incus release is quite the feature packed one
  19. Wine 9.3
    The Wine development release 9.3 is now available.
  20. GEEKOM A7 mini PC review – Part 3: Ubuntu 22.04 (and Ubuntu 24.04)
    I also had to install Ubuntu 24.04 to check the wireless module further, so I’ll report on that too
  21. The Neon Powered Gears are Working on Plasma 6
    It’s high tension in Neon towers this week as the distro packagers have been given access to the source tars for Plasma 6 along with Frameworks 6 and KDE Gear 24.02
  22. Language Server for Debian: Spellchecking
    This is my third update on writing a language server for Debian packaging files
  23. Fixing my problem of a stuck 'dnf updateinfo info' on Fedora Linux
    I apply Fedora updates only by hand, and as part of this I like to look at what 'dnf updateinfo info' will tell me about why they're being done
  24. 5 Best Free and Open Source Tools for SSH Intrusion Prevention
    All of the software featured here is published under an open source license
  25. ungoogled-chromium – Chromium without Google web services
    This is free and open source software
  26. This week in KDE: real fake session restore
    Welp, the mega-release is pretty much carved in stone now, and set for a release in four days
  27. Games: Done With Gaming, Steam Deck, and More
    3 stories about games
  28. Linux Foundation's Opewnwashing Agenda Up on Display Again
    Linkerd paywall and PR services
  29. Security Leftovers
    7 more stories, focus on Linux
  30. today's howtos
    only a handful for now
  31. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  32. Git v2.44.0
    By Junio C Hamano
  33. today's leftovers
    BSD, GNU/Linux, and FOSS
  34. Kernel: XFS and Bugs
    Some Linux news


  35. Programming Leftovers
    5 more links about coding
  36. Hardware: Framework, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and More
    Linux- or open hardware-centric devices
  37. GNU Name System and Release of GNU gettext 0.22.5
    Some GNU news
  38. Outages and Security Incidents, Spying
    lots happening today
  39. Kali Linux vs Ubuntu: Ultimate OS Showdown for Tech Enthusiasts
    The question of selecting a Linux distribution for their computing needs is often presented in terms of Kali Linux vs Ubuntu, which makes users wonder what choice to make
  40. Securing SSH on your GNU/Linux server or desktop
    2 new articles

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