Bonum Certa Men Certa

Over at Tux Machines...

posted by Roy Schestowitz on May 15, 2024

VW Bus at the beach

Updated This Past Day

  1. [Meme] Over 2 Million [original]
    Over 2 million hits today
  2. [Meme] Phasing Out Windows in Africa [original]
    Windows Falls to 10% in Uganda
  3. Norway: Desktops/Laptops About 60% Windows, 20% MacOS, 20% GNU/Linux [original]
    Looking at the numbers in Norway
  4. Android Leftovers
    Google will reveal next blockbuster Android update tonight
  5. Linux Kernel and Graphics Work (AMD and NVIDIA)
    8 stories about kernel space


  6. The new APT 3.0 solver | Blog of Julian Andres Klode
    Solver3 is a fully backtracking dependency solving algorithm that defers choices to as late as possible
  7. NVIDIA and AMD Graphics Work in Linux
    3 more news picks
  8. Supercomputer champ repeats, Infiniband tops Ethernet and Linux dominates
    The Top 500 list of the world’s most powerful supercomputers is a critical list for tracking the evolution of the high performance computing (HPC) landscape.
  9. Endless OS 6 Is Here Based on Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm”
    The Endless OS Foundation announced today the release and general availability of Endless OS 6 as the latest version of this Debian-based and app-centric operating system for everyday use.
  10. Programming Leftovers
    Programming links
  11. Modern Slavery, Microsoft Abuses, and Linux Foundation (Openwashing PR Firm)
    4 more stories
  12. Open Hardware: Arduino, Raspberry Pi, ESP32
    Some devices and gadgets news
  13. today's leftovers
    a handful or half a dozen GNU/Linux news picks
  14. Security Patches, Incidents, FUD, and Windows TCO
    Some security picks
  15. Shows: Late Night Linux, Destination Linux, and Linux User Space
    3 new episodes
  16. today's howtos
    last batch for today
  17. EasyOS 5.8.2 released
    I have uploaded version 5.8.2
  18. CoolCoral: Raspberry Pi Pico coral cooling solution
    How do you cool ocean coral? A group of volunteers discuss this regularly and their current solution makes use of Raspberry Pi Pico.
  19. Programming Leftovers
    coding and projects
  20. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    FOSS links (only 3)
  21. Security and Windows TCO Leftovers
    mostly Microsoft incidents
  22. today's howtos
    a bunch of howtos for today
  23. Immich 1.104 Brings Direct Editing and Email Notifications
    The latest Immich 1.104 release allows editing and deleting assets directly in the UI, SMTP email notifications, bug fixes, and more
  24. Manjaro Linux 24.0 “Wynsdey” Officially Released with Linux Kernel 6.9
    Arch Linux-based Manjaro Linux 24.0 distribution has been officially released today as a major update introducing some of the latest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software.
  25. Raspberry Pi 5 Official M.2 HAT Now Available for NVMe Drives and AI Accelerators
    After a long wait, the Raspberry Pi Foundation announced today the general availability of the official Raspberry Pi M.2 HAT for the latest Raspberry Pi 5 single-board computer.
  26. These cool KDE Plasma features could woo you from Windows
    If you're having trouble finding the right Linux desktop, KDE Plasma has a few tricks that could sway you
  27. Radxa Zero 3E SBC offers gigabit Ethernet and PoE in Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W form factor
    Radxa officially supports an image with Debian 11 using XFCE desktop environment
  28. Announcing Istio 1.22.0
    Announcing Istio latest version (new release)
  29. Manjaro 24.0: Plasma 6, GNOME 46, LXQt 2.0, and More
    Manjaro 24.0 Wynsdey: Now with Plasma 6, GNOME 46, and LXQt 2.0. Over 8K updates, including Linux kernel 6.9
  30. today's leftovers
    only 3 more assorted links
  31. SUSE Liberty Linux rides to the rescue as CentOS 7 nears end of life
    The world's second-biggest open source company, SUSE, has a solution to offer those firms that are using CentOS 7
  32. Red Hat "Insights" (Upseelling), Buzzwords Spiel, and PHP Patchsets
    Some Red Hat related news
  33. Machine Learning in Linux: Final2x – enhance your images with super-resolution
    This series looks at highly promising machine learning and deep learning software for Linux
  34. Sparky 2024.05 Special Editions
    There are new iso images of Sparky 2024.05 Special Editions out there
  35. Best Free and Open Source Software
    We only feature free and open source software
  36. Collections of Different Linux Distributions
    Each distro makes different choices, deciding which open source projects to install and provides custom written programs
  37. Introducing the Formatting plugin
    So this is not quite an introduction since the plugin has been around for almost a year now, having been released in the 23.04 release but since I never got around to writing a blog about it, here I am
  38. Open Hardware: Purism, SparkFun, Pimoroni/Pi, Ham Radio
    half a dozen stories for today
  39. AI should replace clueless managers, not workers
    I hate buzzwords. With a passion. Buzzwords are a hallmark of incompetence, superficiality, lack of personality, and then some
  40. DietPi May 2024 News (Version 9.4)
    DietPi is a lightweight and optimized OS based on Linux
  41. RCORE RK3588 Octa-Core CPU Module for Open Hardware MNT Reform Laptop
    However, its solid Linux and Mesa mainline support, thanks to Collabora’s efforts, ensures compatibility and ease of use within the Linux ecosystem
  42. EndeavorOS Gemini is as user-friendly as it is beautiful
    This Linux desktop has all the security, stability, and reliability of a rocket ship ready to take you to the moon and back
  43. "Is This Project Still Maintained?"
    If you wander around a lot of open source repositories on the likes of GitHub
  44. today's howtos
    only 4 more for now
  45. Games: Steam, Square Enix, and Much More
    9 latest articles from gamingonlinux
  46. Perl Programming Leftovers
    news ffrom the Perl site
  47. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles
  48. today's howtos
    4 howtos only (for now)
  49. I Turned These 4 New Features On After Upgrading to Ubuntu 24.04 (and You Should Too)
    Find out which Ubuntu 24.04 LTS features I turned on to improve my experience — and why you should turn these features on as well

    The corresponding text-only bulletin for Tuesday contains all the text.

    Top-read articles (excluding bot/crawler visits):

    Span from 2024-05-08 to 2024-05-14
    1092 /n/2024/05/08/Fedora_Asahi_Remix_40_Is_Now_Available_for_Apple_Silicon_Macs_w.shtml
    880 /n/2024/05/09/IBM_s_Red_Hat_SUED_over_culling_21_white_men_employees_as_CEO_v.shtml

Other Recent Techrights' Posts

Firefox Has Fallen to 2% in New Zealand
At around 2%, at least in the US (2% or below this threshold), there's no longer an obligation to test sites for any Gecko-based browser
Links 19/05/2024: Microsoft Investigated in Europe
Links for the day
4 Old Articles About Microsoft/IBM SystemD
old but still relevant
Winning Streak
Free software prevalence
Links 19/05/2024: Conflicts, The Press, and Spotify Lawsuit
Links for the day
GNU/Linux+ChromeOS at Over 7% in New Zealand
It's also the home of several prominent GNU/Linux advocates (Libera Chat) Turns 3 Today
Freenode in the meantime continues to disintegrate
[Teaser] Freenode NDA Expires in a Few Weeks (What Really Happened 3 Years Ago)
get ready
GNU/Linux is Already Mainstream, But Microsoft is Still Trying to Sabotage That With Illegal Activities and Malicious Campaigns of Lies
To help GNU/Linux grow we'll need to tackle tough issues and recognise Microsoft is a vicious obstacle
Slovenia's Adoption of GNU/Linux in 2024
Whatever the factor/s may be, if these figures are true, then it's something to keep an eye on in the future
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Saturday, May 18, 2024
IRC logs for Saturday, May 18, 2024
Links 19/05/2024: Profectus Beta 1.2
Links for the day
Site Archives (Not WordPress)
We've finally finished the work
[Meme] The EPO Delusion
on New Ways of Working
EPO Representatives Outline Latest Attacks on Staff
Not much has happened recently in terms of industrial action
Links 18/05/2024: Revisiting the Harms of Patent Trolls, Google Tries to Bypass (or Plagiarise) Sites Under the Guise of "AI"
Links for the day
Links 18/05/2024: BASIC Story, Site Feeds, and New in Geminispace
Links for the day
GNU/Linux in Kyrgyzstan: From 0.5% to 5% in Eight Years
the country is almost the size of the UK
Justice for Victims of Online Abuse
The claims asserted or pushed forth by the harasser are categorically denied
[Meme] Senior Software Engineer for Windows
This is becoming like another Novell
Microsoft-Connected Sites Trying to Shift Attention Away From Microsoft's Megabreach Only Days Before Important If Not Unprecedented Grilling by the US Government?
Why does the mainstream media not entertain the possibility a lot of these talking points are directed out of Redmond?
Links 18/05/2024: Deterioration of the Net, North Korean IT Workers in the US
Links for the day
Windows in Lebanon: Down to 12%?
latest from statCounter
[Video] 'Late Stage Capitalism': Microsoft as an Elaborate Ponzi Scheme (Faking 'Demand' While Portraying the Fraud as an Act of Generosity and Demanding Bailouts)
Being able to express or explain the facts isn't easy because of the buzzwords
Links 18/05/2024: Caledonia Emergency Powers, "UK Prosecutor's Office Went Too Far in the Assange Case"
Links for the day
Microsoft ("a Dying Megacorporation that Does Not Create") and IBM: An Era of Dying Giants With Leadership Deficits and Corporate Bailouts (Subsidies From Taxpayers)
Microsoft seems to be resorting to lots of bribes and chasing of bailouts (i.e. money from taxpayers worldwide)
US Patent and Trademark Office Sends Out a Warning to People Who Do Not Use Microsoft's Proprietary Formats
They're punishing people who wish to use open formats
Links 18/05/2024: Fury in Microsoft Over Studio Shutdowns, More Gaming Layoffs
Links for the day
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Friday, May 17, 2024
IRC logs for Friday, May 17, 2024
Links 18/05/2024: KOReader, Benben v0.5.0 Progress Update, and More
Links for the day
[Meme] UEFI 'Secure' Boot Boiling Frog
UEFI 'Secure' Boot: You can just ignore it. You can just turn it off. You can hack on it as a workaround. Just use Windows dammit!
The Market Wants to Delete Windows and Install GNU/Linux, UEFI 'Secure' Boot Must Go!
To be very clear, this has nothing to do with security and those who insist that it is have absolutely no credentials
In the United States Of America the Estimated Share of Google Search Grew After Microsoft's Chatbot Hype (Which Coincided With Mass Layoffs at Bing)
Microsoft's chatbot hype started in late 2022
Techrights Will Categorically Object to Any Attempts to Deny Its Right to Publish Informative, Factual Material
we'll continue to publish about 20 pages per day while challenging censorship attempts
Links 17/05/2024: Microsoft Masks Layoffs With Return-to-office (RTO) Mandates, More YouTube Censorship
Links for the day
YouTube Progresses to the Next Level
YouTube is a ticking time bomb
Journalists and Human Rights Groups Back Julian Assange Ahead of Monday's Likely Very Final Decision
From the past 24 hours...
[Meme] George Washington and the Bill of Rights
Centuries have passed since the days of George Washington, but the principles are still the same
Daniel Pocock: "I've Gone to Some Lengths to Demonstrate How Corporate Bad Actors Have Used Amateur-hour Codes of Conduct to Push Volunteers Into Modern Slavery"
"As David explains, the Codes of Conduct should work the other way around to regulate the poor behavior of corporations who have been far too close to the Debian Suicide Cluster."
Video of Richard Stallman's Talk From Four Weeks Ago
2-hour video of Richard Stallman speaking less than a month ago
statCounter Says Twitter/X Share in Russia Fell From 23% to 2.3% in 3 Years
it seems like YouTube gained a lot
Journalist Who Won Awards for His Coverage of the Julian Assange Ordeals Excluded and Denied Access to Final Hearing
One can speculate about the true reason/s
Richard Stallman's Talk, Scheduled for Two Days Ago, Was Not Canceled But Really Delayed
American in Paris
3 More Weeks for Daniel Pocock's Campaign to Win a Seat in European Parliament Elections
Friday 3 weeks from now is polling day
Microsoft Should Have Been Fined and Sanctioned Over UEFI 'Lockout' (Locking GNU/Linux Out of New PCs)
Why did that not happen?
Gemini Links 16/05/2024: Microsoft Masks Layoffs With Return-to-office (RTO) Mandates, Cash Issues
Links for the day
Over at Tux Machines...
GNU/Linux news for the past day
IRC Proceedings: Thursday, May 16, 2024
IRC logs for Thursday, May 16, 2024
Ex-Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier Did Not Retire, He Just Left IBM/Red Hat a Month Ago (Ahead of Layoff Speculations)
Rather than retire he took a similar position at another company Made Its First 'Article' in Over and Month, It Was 10 Words in Total, and It's Not About Linux
play some 'webapp' and maybe get some digital 'certificate' for a meme like 'clown computing'