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Updated This Past Day

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  2. Audiocasts/Shows: Destination Linux and Katarina Behrens at Akademy 2019
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  3. Gentoo Linux tells AI-generated code contributions to fork off
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  4. All-Time Highs for GNU/Linux in South America Amid Windows Layoffs
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  5. Volla Tablet Launches on Kickstarter with Support for Ubuntu Touch
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  6. today's howtos
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  7. 'Linux' Foundation Openwashing and FUD (From Microsoft Employees Inside the 'Linux' Foundation)
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  8. Android Leftovers
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  9. Torvalds complicates his use of indentation in Linux Kconfig
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  10. Don't like your Linux desktop? Here's how to install an alternative
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  11. Graphics offload revisited
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  12. IPFire 2.29 - Core Update 185 released
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  13. Hardware Projects and Products, Mostly Freedom-Centric
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  14. Programming Leftovers
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  15. Software: fwbackups, Calamares, Retro, Faircamp, and More
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  16. today's howtos
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  17. Security Leftovers and Windows TCO
    incidents, breaches, and some Windows TCO stories
  18. today's howtos
    many howtos
  19. Stable kernels: Linux 6.8.7, Linux 6.6.28, Linux 6.1.87, and Linux 5.15.156
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  20. LXQt 2.0 Desktop Environment Officially Released, This Is What’s New
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  21. Programming Leftovers
    Programming related links
  22. Fedora / Red Hat / IBM Leftovers
    Red Hat links
  23. Security Leftovers and Windows TCO
    3 Windows TCO examples
  24. Android Leftovers
    Harnessing the power of Android apps: Trends and innovations for 2024
  25. 6 Best Free and Open Source Web Application Firewalls
    They should be used together with other security software
  26. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    Tor Browser 13.0.14, Mozilla, and Slack alternatives
  27. Games: RetroDECK, Necro Patch, and Lots More
    7 articles from gamingonlinux
  28. Open Source Software Security Engine and Web Application Firewall
    This is free and open source software
  29. today's howtos
    only a handful for now
  30. Open Source Software and Installation Guides
    fwbackups is published under an open source license
  31. Different Linux Distributions
    Because Linux is an open source operating system, combinations of software vary between Linux distros
  32. Purism Differentiator Series, Part 10: Convenience
    Fully protecting your privacy, security, and having your digital rights retained should not require a person to be inconvenienced
  33. today's leftovers
    Debian, Ubuntu, and more
  34. Red Hat and Fedora Leftovers
    mostly corporate stuff
  35. today's howtos
    only 3 howtos for now
  36. Programming Leftovers
    Programming related links
  37. Today in Techrights
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  38. Gemini Protocol in 2025 Onwards [original]
    over 10,000 requests over Gemini Protocol
  39. Lubuntu 24.04 LTS to Include Snap Installation Monitor for a Smoother Experience
    The Lubuntu 24.04 LTS distribution will come with a Snap installation monitor tool to inform users when Snaps have been installed during the first boot.

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