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Homebrew: The macOS package manager on GNU/Linux

Homebrew is the macOS package manager that can be used in Linux and Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL). Learn more here.
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Debian GNU/Linux 11.2 “Bullseye” Released with 30 Security Updates and 64 Bug Fixes

Debian GNU/Linux 11.2 is here more than two months after the release of Debian GNU/Linux 11.1 “Bullseye” as yet another up-to-date installation and live medium that incorporates all the latest security updates and miscellaneous bug fixes released during this time for existing users through the main software repositories. In numbers, this second point release includes […]

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Valve Says SteamOS 3.0 Will Be Available for Everyone to Download and Install

SteamOS was available to download for free, like many other GNU/Linux distributions out there, and you were able to install it on any machine if you wanted to turn it into a full gaming computer. I personally followed its development, and the latest version ever released was SteamOS 2.195, more than two years ago. Apparently, […]

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How to Repair File System Errors in Debian

The Debian Linux distribution laid down the foundation for the creation of other popular Linux operating system platforms like Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Kali Linux. The community-supported development of this GNU/Linux distribution attributes it as free and open-source software. Unfortunately, the prominence of the Linux operating system and its related distributions like Debian does not spare it […]

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HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) Drivers Now Support Ubuntu 21.10 and Debian 11

HPLIP 3.21.10 is here almost two months after HPLIP 3.21.8 and adds support for the Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri), Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye”, Zorin OS 15, and Zorin OS 16 distributions. This means that you can now use your HP printer/scanner with an…

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VirtualBox 6.1.28 Released with Initial Support for Linux 5.14 and 5.15

VirtualBox 6.1.28 is here, about three months after VirtualBox 6.1.26, to introduce initial guest and host support for the Linux 5.14 and 5.15 kernel series. This means that you can now use VirtualBox on GNU/Linux systems powered by Linux kernels 5.14 or 5.15, as well as to run distributions powered by Linux 5.14 or 5.15 […]

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Ubuntu Web Remix 20.04.3 Released

Remember Ubuntu Web? It was first announced last year in November as an alternative to Chrome OS or Chromium OS. It’s an unofficial Ubuntu flavor created by Rudra Saraswat, the maintainer of Ubuntu Unity, offering Web Apps, Android apps, and support for apps from the de-Googled /e/ Foundation. While it has an emphasis on Web […]

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Devuan 4.0 ‘Chimaera’ Systemd-Free Distro Released

The Devuan community has announced the release of Devuan 4.0 with code name Chimaera, which strives to make GNU/Linux free of systemd.
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Devuan GNU+Linux 4.0 “Chimaera” Released for Software Freedom Lovers, Based on Debian Bullseye

Dubbed “Chimaera” and based on the recently released Debian GNU/Linux 11.1 “Bullseye”, Devuan GNU+Linux 4.0 comes with Linux kernel 5.10 LTS by default and a choice of three init systems, including sysvinit, runit, and OpenRC. Devuan is the GNU/Linux distribution you must download and use if you want to have a Debian GNU/Linux operating system […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 3rd, 2021

This has been an amazing week with so many cool releases, starting with the long-anticipated Q4OS 4 distro based on Debian GNU/Linux 11 and the Trinity Desktop Environment, and continuing with new updates to the SuperTuxKart arcade racing game, Inkscape SVG editor, OBS Studio professional recording and live streaming software, Mixxx free DJ software, as […]

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How to Install Linux Kernel 5.14 on Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Released at the end of August 2021, Linux 5.14 is the most recent kernel branch available for GNU/Linux distributions, and, now that Linux kernel 5.13 reached end of life, you might want to upgrade your computers to this newer release that brings better hardware support and many other new features. Why install Linux kernel 5.14? […]

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Fedora Linux 35 Beta Released for Public Testing with the GNOME 41 Desktop, Linux Kernel 5.14

Fedora Linux 35 is the next major version of the popular GNU/Linux distribution sponsored by Red Hat and it’s now available for public beta testing one month ahead of the planned release on October 26th, 2021. As expected, Fedora Linux 35 will pack all the latest and greatest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software. The […]

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LibreOffice 7.1.6 Community Office Suite Released with 44 Bug Fixes, Download Now

Coming almost two months after LibreOffice 7.1.5, the LibreOffice 7.1.6 update is here to fix more bugs across all core components of the open-source software suite used by millions of users worldwide on GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms. A total of 44 bugs were squashed, according to the changelogs from RC1 and RC2. LibreOffice 7.2 […]

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GNOME 41 Release Candidate Is Out with Last-Minute Bug Fixes and Improvements

GNOME 41 is the next major release of the acclaimed desktop environment for GNU/Linux distributions, and it promises many new features, updated and new apps, as well as numerous improvements and bug fixes. The Release Candidate (RC) milestone comes hot on the heels of the beta release announced at the end of August, and fixes […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 5th, 2021

This week has been a bit slow in Linux news and releases, but very interesting. We got a new GNU Linux-libre kernel for free software purists, an upgraded Linux laptop from System76, a new Armbian release for your ARM devices, and a lot of goodies for fans of the KDE Plasma desktop environment, both on […]

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6 Must-Have Open Source Tools to Secure Your Linux Server

Over the years, I have come across many blogs that claim Linux is impenetrable by security attackers. While it is true that GNU/Linux operating systems for desktops and servers come with a lot of security checks in place to mitigate attacks, protection is not “enabled by default”. Check out these six must-have open source tools […]

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MATE 1.26 Desktop Environment Released with Initial Wayland Support, Updated Apps

The biggest change of the MATE 1.26 release is the implementation of initial support for the Wayland display server, which is currently available for the Atril document viewer, Pluma text editor, Terminal terminal emulator, and System Monitor apps, as well as some other components of the desktop environment. Wayland is slowly becoming the norm for […]

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5 Most Frequently Used Open Source Shells for Linux

The shell is the command interpreter in an operating system such as Unix or GNU/Linux; it is a program that executes other programs. It provides a computer user with an interface to the Unix/GNU Linux system so that the user can run different commands or utilities/tools with some input data. Learn about the most used […]

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