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What Happens to CutefishOS? Users Are Concerned Whether the Project Is Still Alive

The suspension of active development on the CutefishOS has led to concerns among Linux users that the project no longer exists.
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The July 2022 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the July 2022 issue. In this issue: Charles H. Tankersley (1933 – 2022): In Remembrance PCLinuxOS Recipe Corner: Beef Wellingtons GIMP Tutorial: Tool Features You May Not Have Seen Short Topix: GMail Trick Reveals Who Is Selling Your Data Facebook Says Apple Is Too […]

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How To Find Exact Installation Date And Time Of Your Linux OS

Ever wondered how long have you been using your Linux OS without a reinstall? This guide explains how to find exact installation date and time of your Linux OS.
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Linus Torvalds: After 30 Years, Linux is Not a Dead Project

At the Open Source Summit event today, Torvalds discussed the state of Linux, in a fireside chat with his longtime friend Dirk Hohndel, who currently is the chief open-source officer at the Cardano Foundation. The conversation ranged from the state of …

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Install Rhythmbox on Ubuntu, Alma Linux, and Fedora

This tutorial will be helpful for beginners to Install Rhythmbox on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and  Linux Mint 20.3
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shred command: makes files unrecoverable in Linux

Are you still removing your files containing sensitive information (ssh keys, an account password, auth file, etc) using the standard way? Then you are making it easier for third-party applications to recover. Let’s dig in more; every time you delete files the standard way, they just get unlinked from the filesystem, making the block free […]

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Rocket.Chat Aims to Replace Skype for Business by Collaborating with Pexip

Rocket.Chat is collaborating with a video communication platform, Pexip to offer an alternative to Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams.
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KDE-Focused KaOS Linux 2022.06 Is Here with the Latest Plasma 5.25

KaOS is an independent rolling-release distribution inspired by Arch Linux that includes the latest KDE Plasma Desktop and related Qt Toolkit-based software. KaOS 2022.06 comes with the latest Plasma 5.25, the latest KDE Frameworks 5.95, and the newest…

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Debian-Based Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 Disk Imaging/Cloning Tool Released with Linux 5.18

Synced with the Debian Sid repository as of June 12th, 2022, the Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 release is the first minor update to the Clonezilla Live 3.0 series launched at the end of May 2022 with APFS and LUKS support, as well as numerous other improvements. Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 is powered by the latest and greatest […]

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At Open Source Summit, Linus Torvalds Costs Another Fireside Chat

At the summit, Linux’s creator Linus Torvalds and his good buddy Dirk Hohndel talked about working from home, Rust in Linux, and whether there’s life outside the screen.
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Top 10 App Launchers for Ubuntu & GNOME Desktop [With Bonus List]

A curated list of 10 super awesome application launcher(s) for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other Linux distributions with examples.
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How to Install ImageMagick 7 on Ubuntu/Debian

If you are an editor and editing images is part of your daily life, then you should try the ImageMagick tool.
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Manjaro Linux 21.3.0 Update Available to Download

Philip Müller has announced the release of Manjaro Linux 21.3.0, the latest stable version of the project’s rolling-release distribution offering a choice of KDE Plasma, Xfce, and GNOME desktops. This release features version 3.2 of the Calamares insta…

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EdUBudgie Linux: Ubuntu Spin with Budgie Desktop for Students, Teachers

EdUBudgie is a Linux distribution for schools, students, and teachers that comes with pre-loaded educational software and Ubuntu LTS version.
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Ubuntu Runs on a Google Nest Hub, Wait, What?

A hacker successfully managed to run Ubuntu on a Google Nest Hub (2nd Gen), say, what now?
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The History of the Ubuntu Linux Distribution

Ubuntu is one of the most popular and widely used Linux distributions in the world, thanks to its user-friendliness, elegant and simple UI, and a large online community that provides support and solutions to common user problems. As a result, over the years, Ubuntu has become one of the most recommended Linux distributions for beginners. […]

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KDE Plasma 5.25 Released: Dynamic Accent Colour, Floating Panel, and More

Release highlights of KDE Plasma 5.25 which brings the first-ever dynamic accent colour based on the wallpaper, floating panel and more.
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Monica Setup on Portainer | A Personal Relationship Manager

Today’s society moves fast. We’re consistently bombarded with news and social media posts and, even with FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out), it’s easy to get overwhelmed with everything going on in our lives and forget important dates and events. Now that we’re going out and doing more in the world again, attending more gatherings, we’re […]

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Best Approaches to Choosing Your First Linux Distro (Beginner’s Guide)

For the average PC user who has been using the established desktop operating systems such as Microsoft Windows and macOS, Linux can be somewhat confusing. So, are you a newcomer to Linux? Not sure which Linux distribution to choose to begin your Linux …

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GIMP 2.10.32 Image Editor Comes with a Host of New Features

GIMP has traditionally been recognized as one of the best free alternatives to professional image editing software such as Photoshop. The new GIMP 2.10.32 comes with support for 8 and 16-bit CMYK TIFF files, support for localized glyphs, and many other…

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