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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Jun 19, 2024

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  2. GNU/Linux Devices and Open Hardware
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  4. Security Leftovers
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  5. Programming Leftovers
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  6. Canonical/Ubuntu Leftovers
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  7. Fedora and Red Hat Leftovers
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  8. today's howtos
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  9. Audiocasts/Shows: Destination Linux, Late Night Linux, and More
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  10. HPLIP 3.24.4 Released with Debian 12 & New Printers Support
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  11. IceWM 3.6 Released with New Features and Fixes
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  12. KDE Plasma 6.1 Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here’s What’s New
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  13. Tails 6.4 Anonymous OS Introduces Random Seed to Strengthen All Cryptography
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  14. Android Leftovers
    Google Assistant's new and improved UI spreads to Android Automotive
  15. today's howtos
    first howtos batch for the day
  16. Mozilla Acquires Anonym, Pioneering Privacy in Digital Ads
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  17. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software and Web Browsers
    FOSS and WWW leftovers
  18. Programming Leftovers
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  19. Open Hardware: Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and More
    some hardware leftovers
  20. Security Leftovers
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  21. Linux Graphics Plagued by Microsoft SystemD
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  22. SUSE to continue supporting CentOS 7 users after Red Hat pulls the plug
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  23. Lindroid, a native, hardware-accelerated Linux operating system on Android, is in development
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  24. DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop II with SpacemIT K1 octa-core SoC to run Ubuntu supported by Canonical
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  25. Sparky 5 “Nibiru” EOL
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  27. Best Free and Open Source Software
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  29. IBM Red Hat Latest: 80% is Just "Hey Hi" (AI) Nonsense, Hardly Any Substance in RedHat.com
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  31. Games: Life by You, The Powder Toy, and More
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  33. Programming Leftovers
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  34. today's leftovers
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  35. Security Leftovers
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  36. Oracle's on and off relations with open source software
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