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  2. What’s new in security for Ubuntu 24.04 LTS?
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  3. Red Hat Satellite 6.15 is now available
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  4. QEMU 9.0 Released with Raspberry Pi 4 Support, LoongArch KVM Acceleration
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  6. What role community plays in free software and more


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  7. Programming Leftovers
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  8. today's leftovers
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  9. Red Hat, AlmaLinux, and Fedora
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  10. Security Leftovers and Windows TCO, Microsoft DRM Failing
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  11. Mozilla: More Rust and Firefox Nightly
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  12. NetBSD 9.4 released
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  13. TrueNAS SCALE 24.04 Rolls Out with Enhanced SMB and NFS Monitoring
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  14. OSMC's April update is here with Kodi v20.5
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  15. today's howtos
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  16. Ruby Tackles CVE-2024-27282
    newly patched reeleases
  17. Android Leftovers
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  18. today's howtos
    a longish batch for noon
  19. PowerDevil in Plasma 6.0 and beyond
    Thus started a journey into the code of Plasma's power management service, internally known as PowerDevil
  20. Notifications in 46 and beyond
    One of the things we’re tackling as part of the STF infrastructure initiative is improving notifications
  21. Linux can finally run your car’s safety systems and driver-assistance features
    There's a new Linux distro on the scene today, and it's a bit specialized
  22. BIGTREETECH Pi 2 SBC and CB2 module for 3D printers now feature Rockchip RK3566 SoC with Gigabit Ethernet
    The BTT Pi 1 runs the CB1 image based on Debian 11, Linux 5.16, and Klipper open-source 3D printer software
  23. Linux Candy: Fantascene – dynamic wallpaper
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  24. Linux Distributions
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  25. Unmanned Ground Vehicle Rover for Raspberry Pi 4 & 5 SBCs
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  26. today's leftovers
    4 links for now
  27. Microsoft Digital Restrictions (DRM) and Windows TCO (Security Incidents)
    Microsoft doing its damage, still
  28. Games: Trackline Express, Swarm Grinder 1.0, OpenXR in Godot Engine Improved, KILLBEAT, and More
    7 stories from gamingonlinux
  29. today's howtos and software
    only a handful for now
  30. Upgrade to Fedora 40 from Fedora 39 Workstation (GUI and CLI)
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