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How to Use Guake Terminal under Wayland (GNOME)

This article explains how to get Guake drop-down terminal to work properly under Wayland (GNOME). Guake is a Python-based drop-down terminal for the GNOME desktop that includes split terminal functionality, session save/restore, support for transparenc…

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NixOS 21.11 “Porcupine” Released with GNOME 41

Dubbed “Porcupine” and coming six months after the NixOS 21.05 release, NixOS 21.11 is here with a lot of goodies, starting with the GNOME 41.1 desktop environment for its dedicated GNOME edition. It also offers continuing Wayland support for the KDE Plasma 5.23 edition, as well as version 6 of elementary OS’ Pantheon desktop. This […]

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KDE Plasma Introduces GNOME-like Overview. Is it Good?

We give you a preview of the new KDE Plasma Overview Effect. Here’s how it looks, and our opinion around it.
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15 Best GNOME Extensions for Ubuntu (2021 Edition)

GNOME extensions are an easy way to add new features to the Ubuntu desktop, but with hundreds of add-ons to choose from, where do you begin? Make your Ubuntu experience faster, easier, and prettier with GNOME extensions Well, how about here, with this …

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Clapper – GNOME Media Player Built Using GJS with GTK4 Toolkit

Clapper is a GNOME media player. It’s built using GJS (GNOME JavaScript bindings) with the GTK4 toolkit, so you’ll see some of the new GTK4 features in action. The media player uses GStreamer as a media backend and renders everything via OpenGL. GTK is a free and open-source cross-platform widget toolkit for creating graphical user […]

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Just Perfection GNOME Shell Extension v16 Released

The popular GNOME Shell extension Just Perfection celebrates one year of success with a brand new version, GNOME Shell Extension v16. With Just Perfection, you can change the visibility of almost all components of GNOME Shell, make behavior tweaks, and…

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Fix Dock Not Showing in Gnome

In this article, you will see how to fix the dock not showing in the newer version of the Gnome desktop environment, particularly starting from Gnome 40. This guide works for all the Linux distributions like Ubuntu, Fedora, Manjaro, Pop OS, MX, etc. Just like me and many other Linux users who have switched to […]

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How to Install GNOME Shell Extensions Easily and Quickly

By default, GNOME Shell has a set of features that are determined by the developers. GNOME Shell extensions are tiny pieces of software code, written by third-party developers, that enhance or add functionality to a GNOME desktop. Learn to install GNOM…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: November 7th, 2021

This week has been great for fans of the Fedora Linux distribution (yes, that includes me) and the GNOME desktop environment (that also includes me) as we saw the release of Fedora Linux 35 with the latest GNOME 41.1 desktop environment, and GNOME 40 folks were also updated to the 40.5 point release. But there […]

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Is System76 Going to Drop Gnome for a Home Brewed Desktop?

System76 CEO recently told FOSS Force that the company is in the early stages of putting a desktop project together, and cited 2023 as a potential release date. How could this potentially affect the future of Gnome? Learn more here.
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GNOME 41.1 Improves the New Calls and Connections Apps, Nautilus, Software, and More

GNOME 41.1 is the first point release of the GNOME 41 desktop environment, which introduced a new Calls and Connections apps, a redesigned Software app, new multitasking and mobile connection settings, and enhanced power management features. Now, GNOME 41.1 builds on these changes and brings a first batch of improvements that update the GNOME Software […]

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How to Install Fedora 35 with GNOME 41: Step by Step with Screenshots

Fedora 35 stable version has finally arrived! The most notable of the improvements is the inclusion of the recently-released GNOME 41. You can get Fedora Workstation 35 now from the official website, or upgrade your existing install using GNOME Software or through the terminal with dnf system-upgrade. This article describes how to install Fedora 35 Workstation […]

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How To Create GUI Dialog Boxes In Bash Scripts With Zenity

Zenity is a rewrite of gdialog, the GNOME port of dialog which allows you to create GUI dialog boxes in Bash scripts in Linux, BSD, and Windows.
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Manual Installation of GNOME Extension from ZIP File [Easy Steps]

You can not install GNOME Extensions via Snap Firefox in Ubuntu 21.10. This tutorial explains the steps for manual installation of GNOME Extension from its ZIP files in Ubuntu, Fedora and other related distributions.
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5 Best GNOME Shell Extensions for Your Linux Desktop

By default, GNOME Shell has a set of features that are determined by the developers. However, with the addition of GNOME Shell extensions, it’s possible to go beyond the default feature set. Here are 5 of the best GNOME Shell extensions to make your Li…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 10th, 2021

This has been a really great week for Linux releases, starting with the Mozilla Firefox 93 web browser and continuing with the Debian GNU/Linux 11.1 “Bullseye” distribution. Also out this week were new maintenance updates for the KDE Gear and KDE Frameworks software suites for users of the Plasma desktop. On top of that, the […]

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openSUSE Tumbleweed Now Offering GNOME 41

GNOME 41 is the latest iteration of the popular desktop but has yet to reach the majority of Linux distributions. Fortunately, those anxious to give the desktop a try need to look no further than openSUSE Tumbleweed, which includes the latest and great…

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GNOME 42 Desktop Slated for Release in March 2022

The GNOME devs have recently published the release schedule for the GNOME 42 desktop environment, which is slated for release next year on March 23, 2022. It will be the second major update in the GNOME 4x series and development slowly kicked off this month. GNOME 42 will stick to the same routine as in […]

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How GNOME 42 Lights the Way with New ‘Dark Mode’ Preference

GNOME 42 is on course to ship with support for a proper ‘dark mode’ toggle. Right now Linux desktops lack a standardised, system-level way for users to indicate to the system, its apps, and even the websites they visit that they’d pre…

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup

Last week, we saw fewer Linux news, but a lot of goodies. NVIDIA GPU users got a new graphics driver release with support for the latest Linux 5.14 kernel series, especially now that Linux kernel 5.13 reached end of life, the Emmabuntüs Debian Edition 4 has been finally released for those who want to refurbish […]

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