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$399 PinePhone Pro Announced with More Power, 4GB RAM

PinePhone Pro is billed as “the fastest mainline Linux smartphone on the market” and packs performance upgrades compared to the original PinePhone.
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The Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Codename is a Jolly Good Choice

The codename for next year’s Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release has been revealed as ‘Jammy Jellyfish’. The new name was posted on Launchpad, home of Ubuntu development, as is tradition. Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is the next long-term support release of…

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Ubuntu Unity 21.10 Released to Keep the Unity7 Desktop Alive in 2021

Ubuntu Unity 21.10 arrived today as part of the upcoming Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” release, but Ubuntu Unity still doesn’t have the “official flavor” status. However, that shouldn’t stop you from using this great distribution on your personal computer if you still want to use the Unity desktop environment in 2021. This release still uses […]

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SparkyLinux 2021.10 Semi-Rolling Comes with Updated Packages

SparkyLinux is a lightweight desktop-based Linux distribution based on Debian. It aims to be easy on system resources and can breathe new life into aging computers.
SparkyLinux has just released an update to their rolling release version. SparkyLinux 2…

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KDE Plasma 5.23 Release Brings a Fresh Look with Performance Updates

The 25th-anniversary edition, KDE Plasma 5.23, has been released with brand new features and performance updates. Here’s what’s new.
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New Python-Based Ransomware Encrypts Virtual Machines Quickly

Sophos cybersecurity researchers have discovered a Python-based ransomware operation that escalated from a compromised corporate network to encrypted virtual machines in just three hours. VMware ESXi datastores rarely have endpoint protection, the researchers noted, and they host virtual machines (VMs) that likely run critical services for the business, making them a very attractive target for hackers. In the threat landscape, it’s […]

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Ubuntu 21.10 is Now Available to Download

It’s here, folks — Ubuntu 21.10 downloads are now live. Ubuntu 21.10 comes crammed with six months worth of changes including the GNOME 40 desktop, a new GTK theme, a Firefox Snap app by default, PulseAudio 15, and Linux 5.13 to name but a few. T…

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WSL Preview is Now Available as a Microsoft Store App

As you know, Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) is a great solution for Microsoft’s users and developers to natively work within Linux right on their Windows desktops. If you’re a Windows 11 user running WSL, there is some good news for you. A preview o…

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PostmarketOS Service Pack 3 v21.06 Release

The mobile open source operating system postmarketOS receives monthly updates as service packs. ServicePack 3 has just been released for the stable issue postmarketOS v21.06. The service packs integrate innovations that were previously tested by the co…

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Sony Accelerates on Open Source and Linux in Particular

At the latest Linux Foundation Open-Source Summit / Embedded Linux Conference – an event dedicated to the use of Linux in electronic devices – Sony retraced its history of gradual introduction and diffusion. And how, given that many devices use Linux, now is the time to accelerate, training the company’s workers to learn about and use […]

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Google Plans to Use Regular Linux Kernel for Android

Google plans to change the process of preparing the Linux kernel for Android. Currently, before the kernel is ready for use on the target Android device, a number of actions are performed on it.
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Ubuntu 21.10: What’s New? [Video]

What’s new in Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri’? We’ve handcrafted a short video to showcase the release’s biggest changes and major features. Take a look!
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Geany 1.38 Lightweight Code Editor is Out, Removes GTK+2 Support

Geany is a powerful, stable, and lightweight code editor with certain basic features of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE). The new version, Geany 1.38, comes with increased speed when opening documents.
Every developer who spends hours in fro…

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Debian Project Releases Debian 11.1 and Debian 10.11

Debian doesn’t follow a fixed release schedule, and that makes it somewhat hard to know exactly when a new release will be available. Now the Debian project has announced the availability of two new versions, Debian 11.1 and Debian 10.11, of its operat…

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KDE Frameworks 5.87 New Release is Here

KDE Frameworks 5.87 is here to make the Plasma Discover graphical package manager faster when checking for updates and when loading the initial content from any of the Add-Ons categories. It will also fix a crash in the Dolphin file manager, Plasma desktop, and other KDE apps when undoing a file copy, and add icons […]

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Linux Mint 20.3 Will Come at the End of the Year

The latest report on the development of the Linux Mint distribution revealed the planned release date of its next update with Linux Mint 20.3 expected by the end of the year. Development continues in the case of the LMDE 5 edition, and the graphical modifications of the user environment are gradually nearing completion. Learn more […]

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GPUFORT Published as Open Source to Address CUDA’s Dominance

NVIDIA dominates the parallel computing industry largely thanks to its own solution, CUDA. In response to this domain, AMD has published the source code of GPUFORT, a project that will be under Radeon Open eCosystem (ROCm) and that aims to offer a translation tool so that large codebases in CUDA can work outside of the […]

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Feren OS 2021.10 Comes with Some Visual Improvements

Feren OS is a Linux distribution with a focus on visual aesthetics, user interface, and user experience. Now Feren OS has just released their latest snapshot to their user-friendly distribution, bringing us to version 2021.10. So let’s jump right in an…

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Twitch Data Leak 2021 Includes 125GB Private Data

Another breach of the year 2021 is the Twitch Data Leak, which comprises 125GB of company data as well as the platform’s source code. An anonymous member on 4chan leaked the data on October 6, 2021. Twitch confirmed the incident on Twitter yesterday, following the release of the data. Twitch…

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AlmaLinux (CentOS Replacement) Becomes Membership-Centered

AlmaLinux, widely recognized as a CentOS replacement, has recently become a membership-centered project. With this move, CloudLinux keeps its promise to make AlmaLinux a community-owned open source project instead of its subsidiary.
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