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Updated This Past Day

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  2. Cinnamon 6.2 Desktop Goes Stable Ahead of Linux Mint 22 Release
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  3. Programming Leftovers
    Programming related picks
  4. GNU/Linux Leftovers
    various new and older links
  5. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
    Some FOSS links
  6. Web Browsers Leftovers
    Chrome and more
  7. Keysight Betrays GNU, a GNU Taler Plugin for Magento
    Some GNU news
  8. Canonical/Ubuntu: "Fun Facts", Advanced Window Snapping, and Enhanced uCareSystem 24.06.0
    Some Ubuntu news
  9. Open Hardware: ESP32, Fedora on RISC-V, and More
    Some hardware news of relevance to Linux and modding
  10. 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: June 16th, 2024
    The 192nd installment of the 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup is here for the week ending on June 16th, 2024.
  11. Cinnamon 6.2 Desktop Environment Released, Here’s What’s New
    Cinnamon 6.2 desktop environment is now available with various quality-of-life improvements, new features, and many bug fixes. Here’s what’s new!
  12. Security Leftovers
    Security picks, 4 for now
  13. Audiocasts/Shows: LINUX Unplugged, Free Software Security Podcast, Lunduke Journal, This Week in GNU/Linux
    4 new episodes or collections of these
  14. CloudNativePG 1.23.2, 1.22.4 and 1.21.6 Released; Load Data from PostgreSQL to Snowflake Using Estuary Flow
    postgres news
  15. today's howtos
    many howtos for this Monday
  16. Android Leftovers
    Android Automotive gets Google Assistant redesign
  17. Dell Chromebook 11 3120 (Candy) with openSUSE Tumbleweed
    I experimented using Crouton on it to run Ubuntu in a CHROOT sort of wrapper but it performed very slowly
  18. Audiocasts/Shows: QubesOS, GNU World Order, The Linux Link Tech Show (TLLTS)
    new videos and episodes
  19. Programming Leftovers
    Programming links
  20. Stable kernels: Linux 6.9.5, Linux 6.6.34, Linux 6.1.94, Linux 5.15.161, Linux 5.10.219, Linux 5.4.278, and Linux 4.19.316
    I'm announcing the release of the 6.9.5 kernel
  21. today's leftovers
    Debian, EasyOS, and moree
  22. 7 Reasons Why Windows Users Avoid Linux (Which Aren’t True Anymore)
    I know many Windows users aren’t happy with their experience but hesitate to switch to Linux because of all the discouraging stories they’ve heard
  23. Kit – lightweight, modular framework for scalable web development
    Kit is a lightweight, modular framework for scalable production systems
  24. Diamond Linux-TT – desktop Linux distribution based on Debian
    Diamond Linux-TT is a free operating system based on Debian and uses the KDE Plasma desktop environment with the goal of offering a style familiar to Windows users.
  25. Review: Redox OS in 2024
    It's been a while since I last tried Redox OS, an open source operating system with a Unix-like design
  26. KDE PIM Sprint 2024 edition
    This year again I participated to the KDE PIM Sprint in Toulouse
  27. Open Hardware: Arduino and More
    Some hardware news of interest
  28. ESP32 News and Projects
    ESP32 focus
  29. Games: ScummVM, GNU/Linux Based SteamOS, and Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope DX
    gaming-related news
  30. Linux 6.10-rc4
    "Apart from a rather unusual spike in the diffstat due to a parisc fix, things look normal and pretty small."
  31. Today in Techrights
    Some of the latest articles

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

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    942 /n/2024/06/14/Security_Leftovers.shtml
    915 /n/2024/06/10/Mozilla_Firefox_127_Is_Now_Available_for_Download_Here_s_What_s.shtml
    899 /n/2024/06/13/Android_Leftovers.shtml
    884 /n/2024/06/10/Qualcomm_Snapdragon_X_Elite_prototype_that_runs_Linux_emerges_f.shtml
    825 /n/2024/06/14/Canonical_Announce_First_RISC_V_Laptop_Running_Ubuntu.shtml
    738 /n/2024/06/12/Sparky_7_4.shtml
    729 /n/2024/06/15/today_s_howtoss.shtml
    727 /n/2024/06/12/openSUSE_Leap_15_6_Officially_Released_Here_s_What_s_New.shtml
    723 /n/2024/06/13/today_s_howtos.shtml
    707 /n/2024/06/11/Linux_System_Monitor_App_Mission_Center_is_Now_Even_More_Useful.shtml
    693 /n/2024/06/11/today_s_howtos.shtml
    690 /n/2024/06/08/Kubuntu_Focus_unveils_Ir14_GEN_2_and_Ir16_GEN_2_Linux_laptops.shtml

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