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How to get your application to show up in GNOME Software

Adding Applications to the GNOME Software Center Written by Richard Hughes and Christian F.K. Schaller This blog post is based on a white paper style writeup Richard and I did a few years ago, since I noticed this week there … Continue reading

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Why the open source driver release from NVIDIA is so important for Linux?

Background Today NVIDIA announced that they are releasing an open source kernel driver for their GPUs, so I want to share with you some background information and how I think this will impact Linux graphics and compute going forward. One … Continue reading

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What If You Could Fully Customize Your Ubuntu Desktop Experience?

It turns out a college student frustrated by the limited customization options available on the latest Ubuntu Linux releases, and inspired by the settings offered by Linux hardware vendor System76 in their Ubuntu-based Pop!_OS Linux distribution, created an alternate version of the Ubuntu/GNOME settings app with new features. He managed to modify GNOME Control Center […]

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How to Check Supported TLS and SSL Ciphers (version) on Linux

OpenSSL is a toolkit and a cryptography library that support the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol on Linux. It provides cryptographic protocols to varies applications …

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How to Check Supported TLS and SSL Ciphers (version) on Linux

OpenSSL is a toolkit and a cryptography library that support the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol on Linux. It provides cryptographic protocols to varies applications …

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PipeWire and fixing the Linux Video Capture stack

PipeWire has already made great strides forward in terms of improving the audio handling situation on Linux, but one of the original goals was to also bring along the video side of the house. In fact in the first few … Continue reading

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Fedora Workstation: Our Vision for Linux Desktop

So I have spoken about what is our vision for Fedora Workstation quite a few times before, but I feel it is often useful to get back to it as we progress with our overall effort.So if you read some … Continue reading

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Ubuntu 21.04 (“Hirsute Hippo”) Installation and Desktop Screenshots

Sponsored Link The Ubuntu team announced the release date and the development cycle for Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo. Ubuntu 21.04 is due for release on April 22, 2021.This tutorial provide Ubuntu 21.04 (“Hirsute Hippo”) desktop installation screenshots and some application screenshots. (…)Read the rest of Ubuntu 21.04 (“Hirsute Hippo”) Installation and Desktop Screenshots (2 words) […]

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Ubuntu 21.04 (“Hirsute Hippo”) Release Date, New Features and Default Wallpaper

Sponsored Link The Ubuntu team announced the release date and the development cycle for Ubuntu 21.04 Hirsute Hippo.Ubuntu 21.04 is due for release on April 22, 2021. (…)Read the rest of Ubuntu 21.04 (“Hirsute Hippo”) Release Date, New Features and Default Wallpaper (97 words) © ruchi for Ubuntu Geek, 2021. | Permalink | No comment […]

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8 steps to check your network interface information

In a GUI, checking the state of a network interface card is pretty easy. That is to say, you just have to click on the network information icon to see all the details. On the other hand, do you ever wonder how to check it in Linux command line? It is really simple task if you […]

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Ubuntu 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) Released and Download link Included

Sponsored Link The Ubuntu 20.10 release is out. “The Ubuntu kernel has been updated to the 5.8 based Linux kernel, and our default toolchain has moved to gcc 10 with glibc 2.32. Additionally, there is now a desktop variant of the Raspberry Pi image for Raspberry Pi 4 4GB and 8GB. Ubuntu Desktop 20.10 introduces […]

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Pop!_OS 20.10 (Ubuntu Based) Released and Available for download

Pop!_OS is an operating system for STEM and creative professionals who use their computer as a tool to discover and create. Unleash your potential on secure, reliable open source software. Based on your exceptional curiosity, we sense you have a lot of it. (…)Read the rest of Pop!_OS 20.10 (Ubuntu Based) Released and Available for […]

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12 Examples to Manage AWS Transit Gateway Route Table from CLI

Apart from the default route table that gets created when you create a transit gateway, you can also create additional route tables. This helps you to associate a specific attachment with a specific route table. The attachments can propagate their rout…

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24 Examples to Manage AWS Transit Gateway and Attachments from CLI

AWS Transit gateway acts as a hub to connect multiple VPC and on-prem networks. Apart from attaching a VPC to transit hub and routing traffic, you can also attach a VPN connection or Direct Connect gateway to your transit gateway. You can also peer two…

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PipeWire Late Summer Update 2020

Wim Taymans did an internal demonstration yesterday for the desktop team at Red Hat of the current state of PipeWire. For those still unaware PipeWire is our effort to bring together audio, video and pro-audio under Linux, creating a smooth … Continue reading

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How to upgrade Ubuntu server to 20.04.1 (Focal Fossa) from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10

You can upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS from either Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10.Ensure that you have all updates installed for your current version of Ubuntu before you upgrade.Confirm that you also have a network connectivity to one of the official mirrors or to a locally accessible mirror as there are no offline upgrade […]

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How to upgrade Ubuntu desktop to 20.04.1 (Focal Fossa) from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10

You can upgrade to Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS from either Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or Ubuntu 19.10.Ensure that you have all updates installed for your current version of Ubuntu before you upgrade.Confirm that you also have a network connectivity to one of the official mirrors or to a locally accessible mirror as there are no offline upgrade […]

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Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS Released, Available to Download Now

These release notes for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Fossa) provide an overview of the release and document the known issues with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and its flavors. For details of the changes applied since 20.04, please see the 20.04.1 change summary. The release notes for 20.04 are available as well. (…)Read the rest of Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS Released, Available to […]

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Ubuntu 20.04 Screenshots Tour

This is screenshots of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS which is due to be released on April 23, 2020.The Ubuntu 20.04 codename is “Focal Fossa”. This is LTS Release and Every LTS release is supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. (…)Read the rest of Ubuntu 20.04 Screenshots Tour (8 words) © ruchi for Ubuntu […]

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Mate-Optimus – MATE Desktop applet for controlling NVIDIA Optimus graphics cards

NVIDIA© Optimus(TM) technology intelligently optimizes your notebook PC, providing the outstanding graphics performance you need, when you need it, all the while extending battery life for longer enjoyment. (…)Read the rest of Mate-Optimus – MATE Desktop applet for controlling NVIDIA Optimus graphics cards (56 words) © ruchi for Ubuntu Geek, 2019. | Permalink | No […]

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