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Is Clear Linux the Most Powerful Operating System in 2022?

“Most Powerful” is bold talk. But it ain’t braggin’ if you can back it up, right? “… it boots faster, uses fewer resources, and outperforms Fedora 33 in benchmarking.” As SystemWeakness.com’s don pablo reports, the Intel-built OS is definitely optimized for Intel hardware, but that “many of the performance gains noticed in Clear Linux for […]

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Premiere Pro

Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application developed by Adobe Inc. The software is published as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud licensing program. What are our recommended open-source alternatives?
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GNOME 41.1 Improves the New Calls and Connections Apps, Nautilus, Software, and More

GNOME 41.1 is the first point release of the GNOME 41 desktop environment, which introduced a new Calls and Connections apps, a redesigned Software app, new multitasking and mobile connection settings, and enhanced power management features. Now, GNOME 41.1 builds on these changes and brings a first batch of improvements that update the GNOME Software […]

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How to Configure a Two-Node High Availability Cluster on Linux

This article will help you learn how to setup/configure a High-Availability (HA) cluster on Linux/Unix based systems. Cluster is nothing but a group of computers (called nodes/members) to work together to execute a task. Basically there are four types of clusters available, which are Storage Cluster, High-availability Cluster, Load-balancing Cluster, and HIGH-Performance Computing Cluster. In […]

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Alibaba unveils RISC-V XuanTie processors

Alibaba, one of the largest Chinese IT companies, announced the discovery of developments related to XuanTie E902, E906, C906 and C910 processor cores, based on the 64-bit architecture of the RISC-V instruction set. The open XuanTie kernels will develo…

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Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Illustrator is a vector graphics editor and design program. The software lets you create everything from web and mobile graphics to logos, icons, book illustrations, product packaging, and billboards. What are the best free and open source altern…

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KaOS 2021.10 Is Here as One of the First Linux Distros to Ship with KDE Plasma 5.23 Desktop

In celebration of KDE’s 25th anniversary, the KaOS developers release KaOS 2021.10 with the latest and greatest KDE Plasma 5.23 desktop environment series, which also landed today. This makes KaOS one of the first GNU/Linux distributions to ship with KDE Plasma 5.23, following close on the heels of KDE neon. Therefore, if you want to […]

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“Linux Does Not Need Antivirus or Firewall” : Myth or Truth?

Most Linux users have this question on their minds. “Linux does not need antivirus or firewall. Myth or truth?” Currently, the greatest dangers to which we expose ourselves when connecting to the Internet are viruses and malware. To avoid problems, especially when using a Windows PC, installation of an antivirus and firewall can prevent infection […]

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LibreELEC 10 “Matrix” Released with Better Raspberry Pi 4 Support

LibreELEC 10 is here to bring Kodi 19 “Matrix” to LibreELEC users and comes with better support for Raspberry Pi 4 devices, supporting HDMI output up to 4Kp30, HDR output (HDR10 and HLG), HD audio passthrough (Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD), as well as H264 and H265 hardware decoding. However, there are still many blockers […]

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LibreELEC 10 “Matrix” Released with Better Raspberry Pi 4 Support

LibreELEC 10 is here to bring Kodi 19 “Matrix” to LibreELEC users and comes with better support for Raspberry Pi 4 devices, supporting HDMI output up to 4Kp30, HDR output (HDR10 and HLG), HD audio passthrough (Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD), as well as H264 and H265 hardware decoding. However, there are still many blockers […]

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Magento application can be installed on RHEL / CentOS 7 with the following instructions

Magento is a robust and powerful platform for eCommerce websites. It is built with a PHP Framework. It comes with two editions – Magento-2 Commerce (EE), formerly known as Enterprise Edition) and Magento-2 Open Source (formerly known as Community Edition). Magento-2 is a fully customizable and user-friendly interface, which can set up and control a […]

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