Linux

System76 Launch Is A Configurable Keyboard With Open Source Firmware And Hardware

Linux PC company System76 has been selling laptop and desktop computers with Linux software for over a decade. But until a few years ago the company did that by installing custom software on OEM hardware. In 2018 System76 began manufacturing some of...
Related topics: Open Source Software, Firmware, Laptops

Read More →

Daily Deal: The Mastering Linux Development Bundle

The Mastering Linux Development Bundle has 7 courses to help you master one of the most popular operating systems. After learning the basics, you'll go on to learn about Linux Command Line, Bash Shell, Secure Shell, Ubuntu, and Kali. The bundle is...
Related topics: Ubuntu

Read More →

Linux Kernel 5.13 Rc Released With Apple Silicon Support

Ever since Apple officially announced Apple Silicon the last fall, developers have been in a rush to add support for the new custom-built ARM chip, all in an attempt to make sure their software takes full advantage of the performance boost offered...
Related topics: Apple

Read More →

Microsoft Is Working To Bring Extended Berkeley Packet Filter (ebpf) Support To Windows

ZDNet reports that Microsoft is working to bring the Linux security tool extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) to Windows 10. The tool can currently be run on Windows SubSystem for Linux, but Microsoft is working on native support, with the issue...
Related topics: Microsoft

Read More →

How To Use Brace Expansion In Linux’s Bash Shell

Brace expansion is a useful technique to generate lists of strings that can be used in scripts and aliases and on the Linux command line. Save time and avoid mistakes by typing less.Read This Article on How-To Geek ›

Read More →

Huawei Launches A Linux Laptop With An Arm-based Kirin 990 Processor

Over the last few years Chinese electronics company has been reducing its reliance on tech from other countries in response to trade restrictions imposed by the US. Now Huawei has launched its first laptop that doesn't feature an Intel or AMD chip....
Related topics: Huawei, Laptops, Intel, AMD

Read More →

'a Fair Amount Of Stuff, All Over The Place': Torvalds Closes Merge Window For Linux 5.13 With...

5.10 lifespan also extended to six years, up from two Linus Torvalds has closed the merge window for Linux 5.13 with the first release candidate, which includes initial support for Apple's M1 processor along with "a fair amount of stuff, all over...
Related topics: Linus Torvalds, Apple

Read More →

Microsoft Blocks Firefox Nightly Downloads, It’s All Just An Error

The browser world pretty much comes down to three giants right now, namely Google Chrome, which controls some 70 percent of the desktop, Microsoft Edge, already offered as the default Windows 10 browser but also offered on Linux and Mac, and Mozilla...
Related topics: Microsoft, Firefox, Google, Chrome

Read More →

How To Add Attachments To Gmail By Pasting Files Into Chrome

In Google Chrome 90 and later, you can attach files to an email in Gmail by copying the file in your file manager in Windows, Mac, Linux, or Chrome OS and pasting it into the email window. Here’s how to do it.Read This Article on How-To Geek...
Related topics: Gmail, Chrome, Google

Read More →

Putting An Ultra-tiny Linux Board In A Phone Charger…eventually

Among security professionals, a “drop box” is a device that can be covertly installed at a target location and phone home over the Internet, providing a back door into what might be an otherwise secure network. We’ve seen both...

Read More →

Learn To Master Linux With This $20 Training Bundle

TLDR: The Mastering Linux Development Bundle features 7 courses and over 30 hours of training in using and creating with the Linux operating system to run your own systems safely. If you only looked at the current market share for computer operating...

Read More →

Starbook Mk V Is A Linux Laptop With Intel Tiger Lake For $929 And Up

The latest Linux laptop from UK-based Star Labs is a 3.1 pound notebook with a 14 inch full HD display, support for super-speedy storage, and an 11th-gen Intel Tiger Lake-U processor. Available with a choice of GNU/Linux distributions including...
Related topics: Laptops, Intel, Ubuntu

Read More →

How To Install The Tor Browser On A Chromebook

The Tor Project says that you can’t run the full version of the anonymizing Tor browser on a Chromebook. But, by using your Chromebook’s Linux subsystem, you can install and use it very easily. Here’s how.Read This Article on...
Related topics: Chromebook

Read More →

Linux Mint’s Warpinator App Ported To Android (transfer Files On A Local Network)

Warpinator is a free and open source application designed to make it easy to transfer files between devices connected to the same network. Developed by the Linux Mint team and initially released as part of Linux Mint 20 last year, the application...
Related topics: Android Apps, Android, Mobile Technology, Open Source Software

Read More →

Microsoft Releases Microsoft Edge Beta Browser For Linux

The migration from EdgeHTML to Chromium allowed Microsoft to turn Microsoft Edge into a cross-platform browser, essentially making it available on more operating systems than just Windows 10.   This is how Microsoft Edge can now be downloaded not...
Related topics: Microsoft, Chromium

Read More →

Red Hat Open-sources Stackrox Kubernetes Security Product

More goodies for OpenShift, plus Konveyor to Kubernetes in association with IBM Kubecon Europe  As Kubecon Europe gets under way, Red Hat has pushed out StackRox, the Kubernetes security product it acquired earlier this year, as an open-source...
Related topics: Red Hat, Open Source Software, IBM

Read More →

Rhel, Rhel, Rhel, Fancy That: Rocky Linux Would-be Centos Replacement Hits Rc1 Milestone

For testing only - but new distro compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux getting close to release The Rocky Linux project, kicked off by original CentOS founder Gregory Kurtzer, has released RC1 of its distribution, which aims to be 100 per cent...
Related topics: Red Hat

Read More →

How A University Got Itself Banned From The Linux Kernel

The University of Minnesota’s path to banishment was long, turbulent, and full of emotion Continue reading…

Read More →

How To Capture Screenshots In Firefox Without An Extension

If you’re a Mozilla Firefox user, you can take a screenshot of a web page or a selected region directly within your browser on Windows, Linux, and Mac using a built-in tool—no plug-ins necessary. Here’s how to use it.Read This...
Related topics: Screenshots, Firefox

Read More →

Debugging With Gdb: Getting Started

That application crash need not be the end of the journey! Learn the basics of using GDB, the powerful GNU Debugger and know how to debug core dumps on Linux. Ideal for end users and debugging newcomers alike.Read This Article on CloudSavvy IT...

Read More →
What is noozilla?
Noozilla is an independent news aggregation service with a categorization engine that categorizes millions of news stories by subject.