| by Arround The Web

Insight into Ubuntu 24.10 (Oracular Oriole) Plans

Ubuntu 24.10 (Oracular Oriole) aims to enhance the operating system, focusing on polish, provisioning, and app improvements. Here’s more on that!
The post Insight into Ubuntu 24.10 (Oracular Oriole) Plans appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Endless OS 6 Review: Best Distro for Learning, Schools

A new release of Endless OS 6 is here. We spin it for a quick review, and here’s what we found.
The post Endless OS 6 Review: Best Distro for Learning, Schools appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Deepin Linux 23 RC: Lost in Translation

If you don’t understand Chinese, don’t try out the new Deepin Linux 23 Release Candidate. You’ll likely spend hours lost in translation.
The post Deepin Linux 23 RC: Lost in Translation appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

GNOME OS Migrates to Systemd-Sysupdate

GNOME OS’s transition to systemd-sysupdate promises secure and swift updates for a safer, more consistent OS.
The post GNOME OS Migrates to Systemd-Sysupdate appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Endless OS 6 Launches With Enhanced Dark Mode

Endless OS 6 introduces a night-friendly dark mode, improved app interaction, and robust educational tools. Here’s more on that!
The post Endless OS 6 Launches With Enhanced Dark Mode appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Meet Raspberry Pi Connect, a New Tool to Access Your Raspberry Pi Remotely

Raspberry Pi Connect is a new tool to easily and securely connect to your Raspberry Pi OS desktop remotely from anywhere in the world using just your web browser.

The post Meet Raspberry Pi Connect, a New Tool to Access Your Raspberry Pi Remotely app…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slated for Release on October 10, 2024

Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” operating system has been slated for release later this year on October 10th, 2024, and it’s expected to come with the GNOME 47 desktop environment and Linux kernel 6.10.

The post Ubuntu 24.10 “Oracular Oriole” Is Slate…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Xubuntu 24.04 LTS: Best New Features

A list of new features of Xubuntu 24.04 LTS release and additional updates for this version.
The post Xubuntu 24.04 LTS: Best New Features appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

How to Count Files & Directories in Linux: A Beginner’s Guide

In this guide, I’ll share how I use simple command line tools, such as find, wc, and ls, to quickly find the exact number of files and directories in Linux and Unix operating systems.
The post How to Count Files & Directories in Linux: A Beg…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

openSUSE Tumbleweed Integrates systemd-boot

openSUSE Tumbleweed integrates systemd-boot for improved boot performance and security, with GRUB still the default choice.
The post openSUSE Tumbleweed Integrates systemd-boot appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 Rolls Out to Linux Phone Users With Various Improvements

The UBports Foundation announced the release and general availability of Ubuntu Touch OTA-4 for 20.04 as the latest stable version of this Ubuntu-based privacy and freedom-respecting mobile operating system for smartphones and tablets.
The post Ubuntu …

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Network Configuration on Debian

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of establishing a basic network setup on a Debian-based Linux operating system, ensuring your server maintains a reliable and stable network connection. The basic setup includes setting a static I…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Insights Into The Linux Foundation’s 2023 Annual Report

The Linux Foundation’s 2023 annual report: Here’s where funds were allocated to boost open-source innovation and growth.
The post Insights Into The Linux Foundation’s 2023 Annual Report appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

How to Change a Password in Linux

This guide will demonstrate how to change a user password in Linux, a key aspect of maintaining system security and user management. Linux, known for its robustness and flexibility, offers various ways to manage user credentials, making it essential to…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Armbian Linux Is Now Available for Raspberry Pi 5 Computers

This is a true Christmas gift for Raspberry Pi fans as they can now install a fully optimized GNU/Linux distribution on the Raspberry Pi 5 computer, based either on the Debian GNU/Linux 12 “Bookworm” or Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating syst…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Fedora Asahi Remix Officially Released for Apple Silicon Macs

Previously a remix of Arch Linux ARM, the Fedora Asahi Remix distribution is the result of a multi-year collaboration between the Asahi Linux project and the Fedora Project, enabling you to have a proper daily driver on your Apple Silicon Mac thanks to…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

DietPi 8.25 Enhances User Experience on Multiple Platforms

DietPi 8.25 introduces support for Orange Pi 3B and PINE64 STAR64, enhancing options for diverse SBC users. Here’s what’s new!
The post DietPi 8.25 Enhances User Experience on Multiple Platforms appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Qubes OS 4.2.0 Rolls Out With Dom0 Rebased to Fedora 37

Qubes OS 4.2.0 features enhanced SELinux support and upgraded Dom0 and Xen. The Debian template is now based on the “Bookworm” release.
The post Qubes OS 4.2.0 Rolls Out With Dom0 Rebased to Fedora 37 appeared first on Linux Today.

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

3 Ways to Change a Users Default Shell in Linux

In this guide, we will explore the process of changing a user’s default shell in Linux. The shell is a program that accepts and interprets commands; there are several open-source shells such as bash, sh, ksh, zsh, fish, and many other lesser-known shel…

Share Button
Read More
| by Arround The Web

Lubuntu 24.04 LTS to Ship With Optional Wayland Session, Improved Installer

Lubuntu developer Simon Quigley breaks the news today, exclusively for 9to5Linux.com, that the upcoming Lubuntu 24.04 LTS (Noble Numbat) operating system will be shipping with an optional Wayland session for its LXQt desktop offering.
The post Lubuntu …

Share Button
Read More
  • 1
  • 2