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Kodi 21.0 Omega: A Must-Have Update for Everyone

Kodi, the well-known open-source media center, has recently rolled out its latest version, Kodi 21.0, after more than a year of development.
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Ente Photos Unveils Self-Hosting for Enhanced Privacy and Control

Ente introduces self-hosting via Docker, offering a secure, open-source photo backup alternative to Google Photos with end-to-end encryption.
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How to Install BookStack on Rocky Linux

BookStack is a self-hosted, open-source, and easy-to-use platform for organizing and storing information. It can be used for various purposes, such as a wiki, documentation website, and note-taking application, to name a few. In this tutorial, you will…

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Firefox 125 Enters Public Beta Testing With URL Paste Suggestion, PDF Highlighting

With the Firefox 124 release out the door, Mozilla promoted the upcoming Firefox 125 release to the beta channel for public testing, so it’s time to take a first look at the new features and improvements.
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How to Move Columns in LibreOffice Calc [Tutorial]

Moving columns in LibreOffice has some confusing steps. It’s a little different from traditional Microsoft Excel. Here’s a basic guide explaining how to move columns in LibreOffice Calc.
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How to Install and Use Fedora Media Writer on Linux

Fedora Media Writer is a free and open-source application to write any ISO image to your USB stick on Linux, Windows, and macOS.
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Krita’s 2024 Roadmap Unveils AI Research and Major Overhauls

Krita in 2024: Prioritizing Qt6 porting, enhanced comic book frameworks, and exploring AI in art without compromising ethics.
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VLC Player Hits 5 Billion Downloads, Prepares for WebAssembly, Vision Pro App

Free and open-source “OG” media player VLC surpasses 5 billion downloads.
VLC, the popular video player software, has reached a major milestone by surpassing five billion downloads, as reported by the Lowpass newsletter. The VideoLAN project, which dev…

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OBS Studio 30.1 Released With AV1 Support for VA-API, PipeWire Camera Source

Highlights of OBS Studio 30.1 include the PipeWire Video Capture Device source, AV1 support for VA-API, AV1 support for WebRTC/WHIP output, HDR for HEVC over RTMP, multi-track audio support for MPEG-TS, and channel selection for CoreAudio input devices…

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Ente Cloud-Based Photos App Goes Fully Open Source

As of March 1, 2024, Ente’s source code is open source! This is an exciting move for all privacy-centric photo storage enthusiasts.
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How to Install Odoo 17 on Ubuntu 22.04

In this tutorial, we’ll explain how to install Odoo 17 on Ubuntu 22.04, step-by-step. Odoo is an open-source and self-hosted application written in Python and Javascript.
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Shotcut 24.01 Open-Source Video Editor Released With Many New Features

Coming two months after Shotcut 23.11, Shotcut 24.01 is now available for download as the latest stable version of this open-source, free, and cross-platform video editor for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows systems.
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How to Install PrestaShop on Rocky Linux 9

PrestaShop is an open-source e-commerce web application written using Symfony PHP framework. It allows you to design, build, and host an online store to sell products, receive payments, and manage all related aspects. In this tutorial, you will learn h…

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Plymouth Linux Graphical Boot Manager Now Better Handles Display Rendering

Plymouth, the open-source graphical boot animation and logger application, has been updated to version 23.51.283, a release that brings various new features and improvements.
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How to Install Joplin on Debian 12, 11, 10

In this tutorial, learn two methods to install Joplin, utilizing the command-line terminal on Debian 12, 11 or 10.
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Best Free and Open-Source Alternatives to Apple News

Apple News is a news aggregator application that helps you stay up-to-date with news and information. News is proprietary software that is not available for Linux. We recommend the best free and open-source alternatives.
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Darktable 4.6 Release Improves Performance, Adds Nifty New Features

darktable is a popular photography and raw-developing app that markets itself as a “virtual light table and darkroom for photographers.” It lets you organize all your files, with useful tools to enhance or develop them in a non-destructive manner. In a recent announcement, the developers have introduced the darktable 4.6 release. Let’s see what it […]

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Scribus 1.6 Open-Source Desktop Publishing App Released as a Major Update

Scribus 1.6 is here to replace the 1.4.8 stable version and the 1.5.x development series, implementing features like a revamped user interface with support for light and dark modes and new icons, HiDPI-aware canvas rendering, a new PDF-based output pre…

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Released Today: What’s New in Nextcloud Hub 7

Just three months after its last release, the Germany-based private cloud software company Nextcloud today announced the release of Nextcloud Hub 7. There isn’t much in the way of surprises here, as this release continues to move in the direction it was headed with Hub 6. “More of the same,” comes to mind as a […]

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8 Best Free and Open-Source Translators

There is a wide range of translation software available for Linux. Some of the tools included are front-end for other services. We’ve also included software that translates text on your local machine, and we include both GUI and CLI tools.
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