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posted by Roy Schestowitz on May 29, 2024

Editorial Use Only - THAILAND - JUNE 28

Updated This Past Day

  1. Microsoft Windows in Belize (America): From 98% to Just 17% [original]
    Microsoft fell from dominance to obscurity
  2. Canonical releases Ubuntu 24.04 Server image for Milk-V Mars RISC-V SBC
    Canonical has been releasing Ubuntu RISC-V images for SBCs and QEMU at least since 2021
  3. Olimex’s Open Source iMX8MPlus SOM & EVB for Industrial, ML, and Vision Applications with 2.3 TOPS NPU
    The iMX8MP-SOM-4GB-IND is a system on module developed by Olimex

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  4. today's leftovers
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  5. Programming Leftovers
    Programming and CMS links
  6. Open Hardware and Other Hardware
    Hardware news for today
  7. Sahil Dhiman and Thomas Koch on Debconf23
    Some debconf coverage
  8. Ubuntu Leftovers
    Some Ubuntu news
  9. Security and Windows TCO Leftovers
    Not much Windows TCO for today
  10. Applications: Bartib, Productivity Tools, and Ansible
    Some software news
  11. Audiocasts/Shows: Linux User Space, Late Night Linux, WordPress Briefing, Destination Linux
    4 new episodes
  12. KaOS Linux 2024.05 Brings Bcachefs Support, Marknote Note-Taking App
    The development team behind the independently developed KaOS Linux distribution based on KDE software announced the release and general availability of KaOS 2024.05.
  13. Ubuntu 24.04 LTS Is Now Optimized for the Milk-V Mars RISC-V SBC
    Canonical, the company behind the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution, announced today that they now offer an optimized image of Ubuntu 24.04 LTS for the Milk-V Mars RISC-V single-board computer.
  14. KaOS Linux 2024.05 Released, Here’s What’s New
    KaOS 2024.05 debuts with a full Qt6 integration, Plasma 6.0.5, KDE Gear 24.05, removal of X11 dependencies
  15. RHEL 8.10 Released as the Last Update in the 8th Series
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.10 brings much-anticipated software updates
  16. Programming Leftovers
    half a dozen picks
  17. Track Time Differently with ‘Day Progress’ for GNOME Shell
    Day Progress is a new GNOME Shell extension that does something appreciable simple
  18. FreeBSD 14.1-RC1 Now Available
    Please note, the release notes page is not yet complete
  19. 3 Best Free and Open Source Lua Static Site Generators
    While we employ built-in server caching which creates static versions of the site
  20. One-Click-Backup – Qt-based simple backup software
    Even though Linux is less at risk of nasties like ransomware attacks than other operating systems
  21. Maui Report 23
    Today, we bring you a new report on the Maui Project’s progress after our previous 3.1.0 release
  22. Security and Windows TCO Leftovers
    Some security related news
  23. GNU/Linux Laptop and Linux Weekly Roundup
    misc. GNU/Linux links
  24. today's howtos
    and some older ones from Linux Made Simple
  25. Games: From Steam to Free & open source RPG 'Veloren'
    half a dozen articles from gamingonlinux
  26. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles

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