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TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 Gen9 Linux Laptop Brings Fast Intel and AMD CPUs

TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 14 Gen9 Linux laptop is now available for pre-order with fast Intel or AMD CPUs, 3K display, and up to 96GB RAM and 8TB storage.
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TUXEDO Computers Unveils the InfinityBook Pro 15 Gen9 Linux Ultrabook

TUXEDO InfinityBook Pro 15 premium-class business ultrabook is now available for pre-order with full Linux support and Intel or AMD CPUs.
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Framework Laptop 13 is Getting a Drop-in RISC-V Motherboard

Those of you who own a Framework Laptop 13 —consider me jealous, btw— or are considering buying one, you may be intrigued to hear that a RISC-V motherboard option is in the works. DeepComputing, the company behind the recently-announced Ubuntu RISC-V l…

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Canonical Announce First RISC-V Laptop Running Ubuntu

A RISC-V laptop preloaded with Ubuntu is in development, and Canonical is involved. The DC-ROMA RISC-V Laptop II is made by DeepComputing, a company formed by self-described “RISC-V pioneers” back in 2022, and based in Hong Kong. Their aim:…

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TUXEDO Working on Snapdragon X Elite Linux Laptop

Linux laptop vendor TUXEDO has confirmed plans to release a Linux ARM laptop based on the Snapdragon X Elite SoC. It recently showcased a prototype of a new ARM notebook at Computex, the annual computer event in Taiwan. Powered by the Snapdragon X Elit…

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TUXEDO Computers Are Working on an ARM Linux Laptop Running KDE Plasma

TUXEDO Computers announced that they are working on a ARM-powered Linux laptop with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X Elite processor and running TUXEDO OS with the KDE Plasma desktop environment.
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Raspberry Pi 5 Gets an Official $70 AI Add-On

With the AI gold-rush in full swing the folks at Raspberry Pi have joined the fray, launching a new budget-friendly machine-learning module for their iconic single-board computer. The $70 Raspberry Pi AI Kit is composed of the company’s own offic…

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System76’s Darter Pro Linux Laptop Gets 16:10 Display, Intel Core Ultra CPUs

System76’s Darter Pro Linux-powered laptop is now available with Intel Core Ultra CPUs, Intel Arc graphics, and two 16:10 display options.
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IBM’s Iconic Model-M Keyboard Gets Modern Remake from 8BitDo

Few computer keyboards are as iconic, as influential, or as beige as the IBM Model-M — no surprise then that it’s been given a modern reimagining courtesy of 8BitDo. Following on from Nintendo NES and Famicom and Commodore 64 homages, 8BitDo has …

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Ubuntu 24.04 Arrives on Mars – the Milk-V Mars (RISC-V Computer)

Ubuntu 24.04 is now available for the Milk-V Mars RISC-V single board computer (SBC). RISC-V is an open-source processor spec. Anyone can access its design to create their own chips freely, without having to pay licensing fees or royalties. Much like a…

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How to Disable UEFI Secure Boot from the BIOS/UEFI Firmware of Your Motherboard

UEFI Secure Boot needs no introduction. As it says, it makes your computer “more secure” when enabled. But at times, more security means more hassle. Specially getting different device drivers to work on some Linux distributions is very troublesome with UEFI secure boot enabled. So, if you’re running a personal computer and you don’t care […]

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Meet TUXEDO Stellaris Slim 15 Gen6, a Thin and Light Linux Gaming Ultrabook

TUXEDO Stellaris Slim 15 Gen6 Linux-powered laptop is now available for pre-order and a thin and light gaming ultrabook focusing on high performance.
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How to Power On a Synology NAS Remotely from the Linux Command-Line using WOL (Wake-on-LAN)

WOL – Wake-on-LAN is a feature of the Synology NAS that allows you to turn on your Synology NAS from any computer on the same network as your Synology NAS without needing to press the power button of your Synology NAS. If you want to keep your Synology NAS locked in a cabinet, or on […]

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TUXEDO Stellaris 17 Gen6 Linux Laptop Launches with Intel Core i9-14900HX

TUXEDO Stellaris 17 Gen6 Linux-powered laptop is now available as a high-end gaming computer with an Intel Core i9-14900HX processor.
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How to Install NVIDIA GPU Driver on Fedora 40+ KDE 6 Spin on Wayland

Installing the NVIDIA GPU driver is the first thing you will want to do after installing Fedora 40 on your computer. Fedora 40 comes with different spins (desktop environments) and the latest software. Wayland display server (which will replace the X11/Xorg display server completely one day) is the default on some of the Fedora 40 […]

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TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen4 Laptop Arrives with AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS and Radeon 780M

TUXEDO Pulse 14 Gen4 Linux-powered laptop is now available for pre-order with an AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS processor and AMD Radeon 780M graphics, as well as a brighter 3K display.
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How to Check if UEFI Secure Boot is Enabled/Disabled on Linux

While installing different drivers on your Linux system, you may need to check if UEFI Secure Boot is enabled/disabled on your computer as you may need to perform different installation steps depending on the UEFI Secure Boot status of your computer. For example, some Linux distributions (i.e. Ubuntu) automatically signs the NVIDIA kernel modules while […]

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How to Install OpenCL for Intel GPU on Fedora 40+

OpenCL is an open-source library for running compute tasks on GPUs. OpenCL enables 3D hardware acceleration for supported applications (i.e. LibreOffice) using the GPU hardware (i.e. Intel iGPU) you have installed on your computer. So, unless OpenCL is installed, OpenCL-supported applications (i.e. LibreOffice) will not have hardware acceleration enabled and may not perform well (i.e. […]

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Slimbook Fedora 2 Laptops Launch with Fedora Linux 40 Workstation

Slimbook Fedora 2 laptops launch today as the first portable computers to ship with the latest Fedora Linux 40 operating system pre-installed.
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Volla Tablet Launches on Kickstarter with Support for Ubuntu Touch

Volla Tablet crowdfunding campaign launches on Kickstarter with support for the Ubuntu Touch mobile operating system.
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