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Development Release: NomadBSD 1.4 RC1

Marcel Kaiser has announced the availability of the first release candidate for NomadBSD 1.4, a FreeBSD-based live operating system for USB flash drives (with persistence), available for both x86_64 and i386 architectures. The new build upgrades the b…

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Planned Chromium Browser Restrictions Frustrate Linux Distros

Google is tightening browser developers’ use of its APIs to access its cloud-based branded services.

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Movim: An Open-Source Decentralized Social Platform Based on XMPP Network

Movim is an open-source decentralized social media platform that relies on XMPP network and can communicate with other applications using XMPP.

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Should Ubuntu Adopt KDE Plasma as Default Desktop? [Opinion and Analysis]

With the recent GNOME 40 design change and Ubuntu decides to follow the ‘wait-and-watch’ principle for its adaptation, we analyze whether Ubuntu should adopt KDE Plasma as its Default Desktop

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AWS to Fork Elasticsearch as Elastic Moves Away from Open Source

AWS will launch new forks of both Elasticsearch and Kibana following Elastic’s decision to change licensing away from open source ALv2.

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WordPress Themes | WordPress 101

Welcome back to WordPress 101 series. If you are new to WordPress, follow our series WordPress 101 from the starting to learn the basics of WordPress in detail. In this article, we will discuss how to find, install, and set up perfect WordPress themes for your site. WordPress themes Several…

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Distribution Release: Zentyal Server 7.0

Zentyal Server is an Ubuntu-based server distribution that aims at offering an easy-to-use Linux alternative to Windows Server. The project’s latest release is Zentyal Server 7.0 which is based on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. “Zentyal Development Team today anno…

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How to create Cloudwatch alarms for RDS (MySQL) on AWS

Monitoring your RDS instances is very important, and the same applies to other resources. In this article, we will create a simple alarm for an RDS MySQL instance which will check for free storage space on the instance.

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How to Upgrade a Single Package in Ubuntu

The post How to Upgrade a Single Package in Ubuntu appeared first on LinOxide.

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Distribution Release: Tails 4.15

Version 4.15 of Tails (The Amnesic Incognito Live System), a Debian-based live image designed for anonymous browsing of internet websites, has been released. As usual, the new version fixes a handful of security issues: “Tails 4.15 is out. This releas…

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How to Enable Automatic Updates on Ubuntu 20.04

The post How to Enable Automatic Updates on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on LinOxide.

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Ethical-source Movement Opens New Open-source Organization

Ethical-source leaders are trying to find more support for their open-source approach by creating the Organization for Ethical Source.

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6 Major Advantages of Customized Software

Software is categorized into two: packaged or customized. Packaged software is a collection of different software that performs similar tasks. Meanwhile, customized or tailor-made software is solely designed, developed, and deployed for the needs of sp…

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A Basic Guide To Starting A Business Internationally

Globalization made many investors think beyond their local market and start looking for opportunities in the global market. Modern technology contributes to making this even easier for businesses trying to take their line of work to a global audience. …

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How to Save Valuable Video Material from Your VHS Tape Collection

The mention of VHS tapes evokes pleasant childhood memories, for many people. If you, like me, spent hours and hours sat cross-legged in front of your family’s television set, watching television programs and movies on your VHS player, then you will li…

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It Took 25 Years for Linux to Boot on a Nintendo

Everyone’s go to gaming console Nintendo is finally booted by mainline Linux Kernal.

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10 Best and Most Popular Linux Desktop Environments of All Time

A Desktop Environment is an implementation of the desktop metaphor built as a collection of different user and system programs running on top of an operating system, and share a common GUI

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How to Change Open File Limit in Linux

In Linux, there are limits defined by the system for anything that consumes resources.

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7 fun Linux containers/image transports features

If you work with Linux containers, here are seven fun transports features that you need to know.

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How to Install Wine 6.0 on Debian, Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Wine is an open-source, free and easy-to-use program that enables Linux users to run Windows-based applications on Unix-like operating systems. Wine is a compatibility layer for installing almost all versions of Windows programs. Wine
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