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Updated This Past Day

  1. Proton Pass Prioritised Windows, Not Security
    4 articles

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  2. 1 Years Ago [original]
    Tomorrow we make final preparations and on Monday we "reach" 2024
  3. today's leftovers
    misc. links for Friday

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  4. Nitrux Linux 3.5.0: A viable alternative to Windows 11?
    The distro is particularly notable because it includes a pleasant graphical interface and all necessary software for everyday use
  5. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software, GNU, OpenSUSE, and BSD
    Some Free software and OS leftovers
  6. Programming Leftovers
    Programming related links for today
  7. Canonical/Ubuntu: Web Dev Setup, Ubuntu for Car ECU
    Some Ubuntu news, a pair of articles
  8. Building a Home Server with Debian, Freexian, and Reproducible Builds
    Some Debian news
  9. Devices/Embedded: Raspberry Pi, Automotive Grade Linux, and More
    lots about hardware
  10. Fedora and Red Hat Leftovers
    IBM stuff again
  11. Web: UBlock Origin Lite, Chrome, and Mozilla's Infatuation With Hype
    Web browsers news
  12. Software: RocksDB, Mesa, VLC, LibreOffice, GNOME, and More
    Some FOSS esp. applications
  13. Security and Windows TCO Leftovers
    security breaches, Windows TCO, and more
  14. today''s howtos
    evening batch of howtos
  15. OBS Studio 30.2 Promises NVENC AV1 and Shared Texture Support on Linux
    OBS Studio 30.2 has entered public beta testing today for this powerful, open-source, cross-platform, and free software for video recording and live streaming adding some nice features for Linux users.
  16. Raspberry Pi IPO is oversubscribed multiple times
    the IPO is set to raise £179 million ($228 million) from the IPO
  17. Ventoy Is a Better Way to Make a Bootable Disk for PC and Linux
    Most Linux distributions let you try them out in a live environment before installing
  18. openSUSE Community Readies for Release Party
    If you don’t know how to do this, there is a list of steps below on how to have a successful release party
  19. Kubuntu Focus unveils Ir14 GEN 2 and Ir16 GEN 2 Linux laptops
    Kubuntu Focus has unveiled its latest offerings, the Focus Ir14 GEN 2 and Ir16 GEN 2 laptops
  20. Web Browsers Leftovers
    curl, Firefox, Chromium
  21. Programming Leftovers
    Programming/coding news
  22. Red Hat Leftovers
    mostly PR this time
  23. today's howtos
    4 howtos
  24. Games: Tamagotchi, Hosting a Satisfactory Dedicated Server on GNU/Linux, Proton Experimental, and More
    11 new articles
  25. Linux Devices and Open Hardware
    Open Hardware mostly
  26. Redcore Linux – Gentoo-based distribution
    Redcore Linux shares the same idea as its defunct ancestor, Kogaion Linux
  27. Best Free and Open Source Software
    Security Onion is a platform built by defenders for defenders
  28. Security and Windows TCO
    Windows TCO and more
  29. Media Twisting Proprietary and Windows Issue as "Linux" Issue
    the usual
  30. Grant-In-Aid Schools: Grant-in-aid schools want GNU/Linux
    the curriculum in the schools is based on Linux
  31. These past two weeks in KDE: massive stability work for Plasma 6.1
    Sorry for the interruption last week; I was on vacation
  32. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  33. Gemini Links 07/06/2024: Gemini Chess and Raspberry Pi Connect
    Links for the day
  34. Events: Linux Plumbers Conference and MiniDebConf Belo Horizonte 2024
    some conferences
  35. Games for GNU/Linux and Challenge Of Buying Games At Physical Stores
    Some gaming news
  36. BSD Leftovers
    Some BSD news

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