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  2. today's leftovers
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  3. Open Hardware/Modding: Orange Pi, Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and More
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  4. Canonical/Ubuntu Latest
    a couple of announcements
  5. Programming Leftovers
    R, GSoC, Godot and more
  6. KeePassXC 2.7.9 Adds Native Browser Integration for Snap
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  7. Security Lefrovers
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  8. Malicious Proprietary Software
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  9. My First Experience with FreeBSD and BSD Now
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  10. today's howtos
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  11. CentOS, Fedora, and Red Hat
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  12. Darktable 4.8 Open-Source RAW Image Editor Released, Here’s What’s New
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  13. Why Murena, the Next-Gen Privacy Tech Maker, is “Crowd-Fundraising”
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  14. Stable kernels: Linux 6.9.6, Linux 6.6.35, Linux 6.1.95, and Linux 5.10.220
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  15. Android Leftovers
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  16. Free, Libre, and Open Source Software Leftovers
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  17. Linux, BIOS/UEFI, and Graphics
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  18. today's leftovers
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  19. Openwashing Leftovers
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  20. Open Hardware/Modding Leftovers
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  21. Programming Leftovers
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  22. Security Leftovers
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  23. GStreamer 1.24.5 Promises Improved Multimedia Handling
    GStreamer 1.24.5 rolls out with improved AV1 support
  24. today's howtos
    many howtos for Friday
  25. Red Hat and IBM Leftovers
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  26. Calamares Installer 3.3.7 Released, Here’s What’s New
    Calamares Installer 3.3.7 debuts with fresh features
  27. Free and Open Source Software, howtos and Installations
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  28. Refracta – operating system based on Devuan
    Refracta is an operating system designed for home computer users
  29. Windows TCO Leftovers
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  30. Games: Proton Experimental, VR Under GNOME on Wayland, and More
    8 new stories from gamingonlinux
  31. Stamus Networks Marks Decade of SELKS Open-Source Tool with New Edition
    network detection and security monitoring
  32. Today in Techrights
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  33. Recent GNU/Linux Videos (Invidious)
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  34. Kernel Articles From LWN
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  35. Ladybird browser spreads its wings
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