KaOS is an independent rolling-release distribution inspired by Arch Linux that includes the latest KDE Plasma Desktop and related Qt Toolkit-based software. KaOS 2022.06 comes with the latest Plasma 5.25, the latest KDE Frameworks 5.95, and the newest app set provided by KDE Gear 22.04.
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Synced with the Debian Sid repository as of June 12th, 2022, the Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 release is the first minor update to the Clonezilla Live 3.0 series launched at the end of May 2022 with APFS and LUKS support, as well as numerous other improvements.
Clonezilla Live 3.0.1 is powered by the latest and greatest Linux 5.18.5 kernel to provide users with better hardware support, and introduces several new packages to the live system, including dfc for reporting file system space usage information, duf disk usage/free utility, duff duplicate file finder, and ngrep network package analyzer.
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At the summit, Linux’s creator Linus Torvalds and his good buddy Dirk Hohndel talked about working from home, Rust in Linux, and whether there’s life outside the screen.
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Although Ubuntu has been an enormous success, controversial decisions will prevent it from being named the best Linux desktop distribution in the future. Here’s why.
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Alex Jones, Director of Kubernetes Engineering at Canonical, talks about properly adopting and managing Kubernetes in production.
Kubernetes is a very important technology in the marketplace because vendors, ISVs, end users and enterprises are all able to come together and use this common infrastructure substrate to build their product on.
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GatsbyJS or Gatsby is a free and open-source framework for building blazing fast, modern apps, and websites with React. In this tutorial, you will learn how to install and set up Gatsby.js on the Ubuntu 22.04 machine.
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The bash prompt is probably the happiest place for most Linux users. A typical Linux bash prompt will look like the following screenshot. Regardless of the Linux operating system distribution, you are using, a normal/default bash prompt; like the one presented on the screenshot above, is not all that you have to deal with in terms of the default colorization.
Curtail is a nifty open source GUI tool for compressing images in Linux. You can also bulk compress multiple images at once and set compression levels.
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In this article, we shall a list of useful Linux security features that every system administrator should know. We also share some useful tools to help a system admin ensure security on their Linux servers.
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This guide explains how to enable parallel downloading in Pacman in Arch Linux and its variants like EndeavourOS, and Manjaro Linux.
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Google Classroom is a learning platform for educational institutions that aims to simplify creating, distributing, and grading assignments. The main aim of the platform is to streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students.
This web-based and mobile-based software is proprietary. We recommend the best free and open source alternatives.
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A curated list of 10 super awesome application launcher(s) for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other Linux distributions with examples.
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Timeshift is a system backup and restores tool designed to restore your system into a usable state after something goes wrong. Timeshift is designed to only backup system files and settings. In this tutorial we’ll learn how to use Timeshift to restore our system to a previous state.
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We know the Linux operating system is considered secure “by design.” However, regular maintenance by applying released security updates ensures that it will remain such. This guide shows how to automatically set up updates on the Ubuntu system, also known as unattended upgrades.
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On LinuxAndUbuntu, we have discussed hosting WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and other popular software on practically all major web server software. If you want to build a website on any web server, Web hosting is one of the most important components to start with.
The openSUSE Leap and Enterprise may get replaced by the Adatable Linux Platform (ALP) and Leap may get discuontinued.
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Philip Müller has announced the release of Manjaro Linux 21.3.0, the latest stable version of the project’s rolling-release distribution offering a choice of KDE Plasma, Xfce, and GNOME desktops. This release features version 3.2 of the Calamares installer.
DNS Toys is an open-source tool to help you manage all the little queries you have from your command prompt by taking advantage of the DNS protocol.
It helps you find the public IP, weather, world time, timezone, conversion rate, etc., within your terminal instead of browsing.
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