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How To Set Up an OpenVPN Server on Debian 10

Secure your users and network with an OpenVPN secure point-to-point in routed configurations.

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Update Now – LibreOffice 7.0.5 Released with More than 100 Bug Fixes

Fixes touch all core components and address important crashes or issue, improve document compatibility with other popular formats.

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How to Install Odoo 14 ERP Software on Ubuntu 20.04

Odoo (formerly known as OpenERP) is a self-hosted suite of over 10,000 open source applications suited for a variety of business needs including CRM, eCommerce, accounting, inventory, project management and point of sale.

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The Thirteen Best PDF Editors for Linux

Far more powerful than simple viewers, we will show you some of the best PDF editors that can be used to edit contents, split and merge PDF documents in Linux.

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KDE Plasma 5.22 – New Features and Release Date

We give you a glimpse of upcoming new features and tentative release plans. 

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Star LabTop Mk III Linux Laptop Owners Also Get Coreboot Support

Coreboot has been engineered as a drop-in replacement for the proprietary firmware that comes with most computers, whether they run a Linux OS or not.

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Enable Automatic Updates for RHEL/CentOS 8

Enable dnf-automatic to install updates for you in the background.
Enable Automatic Updates for RHEL/CentOS 8

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Google Photos

When is comes to free online photo storage, Google ain’t the only game in town.

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MariaDB/MySQL Auto-Clustering with Load Balancing and Replication for High Availability and Performance

Keeping your database environment highly available should be one of your highest priorities.

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How to Work with GitHub Flavored Markdown in Linux

GFM is the dialect of Markdown that is currently supported for user content on GitHub.com and GitHub Enterprise.

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Free sigstore Signing Service Confirms Software Origin and Authenticity

sigstore improves the security of the software supply chain.

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A Quick Introduction to fzf

fzf—the interactive Command-Line Fuzzy Finder—lets you search through files, command history, subdirectories and more from the command line.

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Firefox 86.0.1 Released to Fix Frequent Linux Crash on Browser Launch, Other Bugs

Pro Tip: Install or update it from the stable software repositories of your GNU/Linux distribution.

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The top tools available to help you buy a home

The median price for a property in the US at the turn of the New Year was $340,000. Although the median means that 50% of transactions were higher and lower than this mark, it gives you an indication of how much people have to save and spend to get the…

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System76 Releases New Thelio Desktop

One of the most ardent supporters of open source hardware has released a new desktop machine for home or office.

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How to Install and Configure Nexus Repository Manager on Ubuntu 20.04

Nexus is a repository manages that provides a platform that protects your entire software development lifecycle. It allows you to collect, and manage your dependencies and makes it easier to distribute your software.

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WordPress 5.7 “Esperanza” Released

WordPress 5.7 codenamed “Esperanza” released this week with a few new features and many important improvements. Codename Esperanza has been given in honor of the wonderful musician Esperanza Spalding. The release brings in some new features, important fixes, and improvements. If you have not updated WordPress 5.7, it’s recommended to…

The post WordPress 5.7 “Esperanza” Released appeared first on Linux Tutorials, FOSS Reviews, Security News.

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How to Install Flameshot Screenshot Tool in Linux

The post How to Install Flameshot Screenshot Tool in Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Flameshot is an open-source screenshot tool available for Linux, Mac, and Windows. It is created with C++ and QT5 language. Every po…

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Is openSUSE Leap Ready to Be the New CentOS?

Leap will no longer be merely based on the source code of SUSE Linux Enterprise. It will share the exact same binaries.

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How to Update the ONLYOFFICE Docs Docker Version on Ubuntu

ONLYOFFICE Docs can be used with various cloud storage platforms such as Nextcloud, ownCloud, etc., as well as embedded into your own solution.

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