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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Feb 24, 2024

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Updated This Past Day

  1. CrossOver 24 is Out
    3 links covering CrossOver release
  2. Software: Clipcat, woofV, Seccomp, and Warp
    Some FOSS updates
  3. GNU/Linux in Vietnam: From 0.1% to 5% in 15 Years [original]
    Maybe there are more people out there right now who can help friends, family members, and colleagues install GNU/Linux
  4. GIMP 2.99.18 Released: The Last Development Preview Before 3.0!
    Release news
  5. antiX-23.1 Brings More Choice and Flexibility for Linux Enthusiasts
    A Debian-based systemd-free antiX-23.1 rolls out with enhanced in-house scripts and apps
  6. Security Leftovers
    Windows TCO too


  7. LXQt 2.0 Desktop Launches in April with New Applications Menu, Qt 6 Port
    The development team behind the lightweight LXQt desktop environment has provided some details on the development state of the next major release, LXQt 2.0.
  8. Security Leftovers
    Security incidents and risks
  9. today's howtos
    half a dozen howtos
  10. Android Leftovers
    Add CarPlay or Android Auto to Your Vehicle With This $96 Foldable Display
  11. Stable kernels: Linux 6.7.6, Linux 6.6.18, Linux 6.1.79, Linux 5.15.149, Linux 5.10.210, Linux 5.4.269, and Linux 4.19.307
    I'm announcing the release of the 6.7.6 kernel
  12. NVIDIA 550.54.14 Linux Graphics Driver Released with Many Improvements
    NVIDIA released today the NVIDIA 550.54.14 graphics driver for GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris platforms, a major update that introduces many new features and improvements.
  13. Kubuntu Focus M2 Linux laptop now comes with a Core i9-14900HX processor and NVIDIA RTX 40 series graphics
    The Kubuntu Focus M2 is a Linux laptop with an Intel Core i9 processor
  14. Pipewire vs PulseAudio: What's the Difference?
    Classic PulseAudio or the new Pipewire
  15. A path out of bloat: A Linux built for VMs
    What I want to look at here is what could be done with Linux to make it work better in such a role
  16. Ubuntu Leftovers
    includes some howtos
  17. Programming Leftovers
    Python, shell, and more
  18. Security Leftovers
    Security links
  19. Red Hat and Fedora Leftovers
    with some commentary
  20. Digital Restrictions (DRM) Leftovers
    DRM news
  21. Android Leftovers
    Xiaomi debuts top-tier Pad 6S Pro Android tablet
  22. Open Hardware: Banana Pi, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and More
    Devices with Linux bias
  23. Linux (Kernel) and BSD Leftovers
    LWN articles, DragonFly, and OpenBSD
  24. Games: Highlander Rock-Paper-Scissors, Geometry Survivor, and More
    5 gaming stories
  25. Audiocasts/Shows: FLOSS Weekly, LHS, SUSE
    3 new episodes
  26. today's howtos
    7 more howtos for now
  27. 8 Best Free and Open Source Google Analytics Alternatives
    To provide an insight into the quality of software that is available, we have compiled the following list of open source web analytics software
  28. Did You Know That DreamWorks MoonRay Renderer Is Open Source? It Is, and It Just Got Upgraded!
    DreamWorks first released its rendering platform as open-source under the name OpenMoonRay in March, 2023
  29. 5 tips for securing SSH on your Linux server or desktop
    Secure Shell is one of the most secure options for logging into a Linux system remotely
  30. Security Leftovers
    Security links
  31. Gnuplot 6 comes with pie
    Gnuplot 6.0 was released in December 2023
  32. Alternative Operating Systems Post CentOS Stream 8 EOL
    The nearing CentOS Stream 8 EOL on May 31st, 2024, left many users and organizations scrambling for alternatives
  33. The Top Eight Kali Linux Tools [2024]
    the better penetration test Kali Linux tools
  34. Arkane Linux: This 'Nix-worthy' Arch-based Immutable Distro Shows Potential
    Arkane Linux is one such immutable distro
  35. Microsoft and Windows Nastiness
    Some Microsoft stories
  36. Mike Blumenkrantz: Woof [Zink on NVK]
    Zink on NVK is happening
  37. Programming Leftovers
    R, Rust, and more
  38. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    FOSS news and updates
  39. PostgreSQL JDBC and pg_dumpbinary Releases
    two updates on postgres tools
  40. Niels Thykier on Language Server (LSP)
    a couple of new and detailed posts
  41. Devices and Open Hardware
    mostly Raspberry Pi
  42. All Quiet in the Trenches, Reviewed on Linux, and Steam Games with Native GNU/Linux Client
    Some gaming news
  43. today's howtos
    first natch for the day
  44. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  45. Latest From
    technical and commercial stuff, half a dozen stories
  46. NetworkManager 1.46 Adds Support for 6GHz Wi-Fi and Energy-Efficient Ethernet
    NetworkManager 1.46 has been released today as the latest stable version of this popular network connection manager software for Linux-based operating systems that introduces major changes.

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