Microsoft announced .NET 8 a few days ago. Here’s a step by step guide shows how to install it in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. .NET 8 is a new LTS release with 3 years support. It features new code generator “Dynamic Profile-Guided Optimization” (PGO), AVX-512 instruction set, out-of-the-box AI features, first preview of .NET Aspire, native […]Read More
Time’s ticking for Azure MariaDB users. By 9/19/2025, all workloads will be gone. Microsoft recommends migrating to Azure MySQL.
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Roundup: War’s Effect on Gaza Tech, Microsoft’s Howto for Installing Linux; California’s Right to Repair Law, and More
This week FOSS News Roundup also includes a list of some goodies coming to KDE Plasma 6.
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Discover the best free and open-source alternatives to the proprietary document management and storage system Microsoft SharePoint.
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Here’s a (hopefully toy) cat to toss amongst the pigeons – Microsoft is rumoured to be eyeing up a deal that would make Bing the default search engine in Mozilla Firefox. The rumour, by way of The Information, claims senior Microsoft execs …Read More
Nextcloud announced it now has a SharePoint replacement ready, and Deutsche Telekom has made Nextcloud Office available to the users of MagentaCLOUD.
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Mono is a free, open-source, and cross-platform implementation of Microsoft’s .NET framework. Here’s how to install it in RHEL systems.
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Linux kernels will no longer support RNDIS drivers. Is this a good move? What does this mean for you? Find out here.
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GNU/Linux is growing rapidly in India, and some Indian sites have begun attacking GNU/Linux with totally fabricated claims sponsored by Microsoft. Learn more here.
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When the Microsoft Teams Linux app was axed last year users of the popular, proprietary messaging service were told: “don’t panic, a Progressive Web App (PWA) replacement is on the…
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Microsoft Planner is a planning application available on the Microsoft 365 platform. Learn about the best free and open source alternatives to Microsoft Planner here.
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Cybercriminals wielding the FARGO (aka Mallox, aka TargetCompany) ransomware are targeting MS SQL servers. Learn more here.
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Microsoft has released a new 0.67.6 version of its Windows Subsystem for Linux, which includes long-awaited systemd support. This elevates the system to a whole new level, opening up many possibilities.
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The Microsoft Snipping Tool is a screenshot utility. Learn about free and open source alternatives to the Microsoft Snipping Tool here.
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.NET 6 is now included in Ubuntu 22.04 repositories. Let’s see what the collaboration between Canonical and Microsoft brings us.
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Lennart Poettering, the creator of crucial Linux components such as systemd and PulseAudio, has left Red Hat to pursue careers at Microsoft.
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It looks like Microsoft is holding all the good cards to play for its industry success with Linux and open-source.
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Whether it comes as a surprise to many of you, Microsoft is paying close attention to open source. Microsoft’s FOSS Fund program provides $10,000 to sponsor open source projects. For May, the award will go to GNOME.
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