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GeckoLinux ROLLING Released with Updated Desktop Environments

GeckoLinux is a Linux distribution based on openSUSE. It is available in two editions: Static, which is based on openSUSE Leap, and Rolling, which is based on openSUSE Tumbleweed. The latest GeckoLinux ROLLING release brings Linux kernel 5.15 and a set…

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Intuit Mint

Mint is a personal financial management website. The service offers personalized insights, custom budgets, spend tracking, and monitoring. What are the best free and open source desktop alternatives? While Intuit has a GitHub presence with over 100 repositories for numerous open source projects, none of these repositories offer any substantial desktop software. Instead, the repositories […]

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7 Linux Distro Versions Released This Christmas Season

Ho Ho Ho! Santa have you presents, and it seems there are many new Linux distributions that you can try to keep yourself busy during the holidays!
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Merry Tuxmxas!

The whole Linux Today staff wishes you and yours a day of warmth, peace, togetherness, and all good things. The roar of the digital pressroom is hushed now, the twin Goss-Rockwell printing presses ticking quietly as they rest. We’re home with our families and friends, and will be back at the keyboards first thing Monday […]

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Ticker: A Handy Terminal Stock Ticker

One way of staying alert regarding your financial position is to use a stock ticker. This is software that provides live updates of stock prices and enables you to easily monitor your investments. As its name suggests, ticker is software that performs this function. And it offers this tracking without straying from the command-line. It’s […]

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Audacity 3.1.3 Open-Source Audio Editor Makes Project Loading Up to 50x Faster

Audacity 3.1.3 is here with several new features and many bug fixes, but most importantly it brings a huge performance boost when loading projects. Due to this under-the-hood change, the devs claim that Audacity will load projects with up to 50x faster compared to the Audacity 3.1.0 release. For the new features, this release adds […]

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EndeavourOS Atlantis Neo Arrived as a Christmas Present

EndeavourOS uses the well-known Calamares installer and might be classified as a beginner friendly desktop variant of Arch Linux. Just two weeks after the release of EndeavourOS Atlantis, all fans have reason to rejoice – EndeavourOS Atlantis Neo is he…

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Coinbase Publishes Kryptology Library of Distributed Crypto Algorithms

Coinbase, the company supporting the eponymous digital currency exchange platform, announced the opening of the source texts of the cryptographic library Kryptology. Kryptology offers a set of cryptographic algorithms for use in distributed systems in which encryption and authentication is carried out with the involvement of several participants. The code is written in the Go […]

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AssaultCube 1.3 Free Multiplayer Shooter is Finally Here

AssaultCube is a free multiplayer first-person shooter game, based on the CUBE engine. It hasn’t seen a new release since 2013, but now it’s back with AssaultCube 1.3 Lockdown Edition to the delight of all Linux fans.
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Proton 6.3-8 Brings Support for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Mass Effect Legendary Edition

Proton 6.3-8 is a massive update that brings support for numerous Windows games, which you can now play on your Linux box. Among these, there’s Age of Empires 4, Assassin’s Creed, Breath of Death VI, Call of Duty: Black Ops II singleplayer, DEATHLOOP, FIA European Truck Racing Championship, Fly’N, Game Dev Tycoon, Ghostbusters: The Video […]

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How to Install Zoom on Linux

If you’ve been wondering whether you can install Zoom on Linux, we answer that here, showing how to install Zoom on Linux distributions.
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BREAKING: Ken Starks Hangs Up His Spurs at Reglue

In the beginning, it was The HeliOS Project, and just getting donations of equipment was a challenge, to say the least. But by 2012, they’d had morphed into a nonprofit with its own facility, and a pool of over 100 volunteers who made Reglue.org the success it became. Since then, Reglue.org has placed 2,237 computers […]

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🎮 Playing Mario on Linux (Ubuntu, Manjaro, Fedora)

This guide is pretty straightforward, it allows you to play your favorite retro game Mario on your Linux distribution. It doesn’t matter which distro you are using – Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, Manjaro or many be Debian. All you have to do is just follow along and you will be able to live your childhood 👶 […]

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Blender Community Releases Sprite Fright Animated Movie

The Blender Project has unveiled a new animated short, ”Sprite Fright,” a Halloween-themed ’80s horror-comedy movie. The project was led by Matthew Luhn, known for his work at Pixar Studios
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How To Run macOS Software On Linux Using Darling

Darling is a translation layer that allows us to run macOS applications on Linux. Darling emulates a complete Darwin environment in Linux.
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Take a Look at 20 Best Open-Source Security Tools

Over the past quarter of a century, the open-source movement has gone from strength to strength. But that success and the openness inherent in the community have led to a major challenge – security. The more software that is developed, the greater the likelihood there is for vulnerabilities. To make matters worse, the open-source world prides […]

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Using top: 16 Command Examples in Linux

In our previous articles, we have covered the basics of ls and cat. In this article, we explore the top command which is one of the most frequently used commands in our daily system administrative jobs.
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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Try Different Desktops – Part 16

Today in our series that offers a gentle introduction to Linux for newcomers. We explore different desktop environments you can try without installing a different flavour of Ubuntu. There’s KDE, XFCE, MATE, and Budgie.
 
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Top 5 Linux Themes for Mate Desktop Environment

Recently Mate 1.26 was released and most of the users curious about tweaks have changed their Mate desktop environment’s look with some beautiful themes. In this post, we are going to cover five top Linux themes for Mate Desktop Environment.
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How To Upgrade To Debian 11 Bullseye From Debian 10 Buster

Debian 11 bullseye is released! Here is how to upgrade to Debian “bullseye: from Debian 10 buster from command line.
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