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[update: More Details, New Video] ‘virtual Desks’ Are Coming Soon To Chrome Os, Here’s An...

The ability to have more than one “virtual desktop” is a hallmark of many desktop operating systems including Linux, Mac OS, and even recent versions of Windows. It allows you to separate your (too many) open apps and windows into...
Related topics: Tech Videos, Chrome

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Purism Librem 5 Linux Release Date Pushed Back To Q3, 2019

There are a couple of efforts underway to develop smartphones that run GNU/Linux software. But Purism’s Librem 5 might be the most ambitious. It’s been under development for a few years, the company raised more than $1.5 million for the...
Related topics: Mobile Technology

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Linux Love Hits Windows 10 19h1 Amid A Second Round Of Zombie Slaying

For the BOFHs: Admin Center preview loaded with Software Defined Networking goodness In a busy week for Windows Insiders, Fast-Ring fans got a fresh build of Windows last night, hot on the heels of a new preview of the Windows Admin Center.…

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What’s The Difference Between Gtk+ And Qt?

Programming languages and toolkits are complicated topics. You’ve probably managed to use computers a long time without giving either much thought. But when you switched to Linux, suddenly the issue became relevant. That’s because how...

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Nintendo Switch Android Port Work Has Begun

No gaming console has ever been safe from modders and hackers who try to make it do things manufacturers never intended it to, much less allow. More often than not, Linux is the go to OS that these hackers put on devices. Android, which is also...
Related topics: Nintendo, Android, Mobile Technology, Hackers, Computer Security

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Linux Gaming Is On A Life-support System Called Steam

In September 2013, Valve founder Gabe Newell gave a rare, 20-minute presentation at LinuxCon. He called Linux "the future of gaming," predicting that as the industry became more user-driven and connected across both distances and devices,...

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Kali Linux Ethical Hacking Os Kicks Off 2019 With Metasploit 5.0 And Arm Updates

Offensive Security announced today the general availability of the Kali Linux 2019.1, the first update of the popular ethical hacking and penetration testing operating system in 2019. Kali Linux 2019.1 kicks off the new year in style for fans of...

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Debian Gnu/linux 9.8 "stretch" Live & Installable Isos Now Available To Download

The Debian Project released live and installable ISO images of their latest Debian GNU/Linux 9.8 "Stretch" operating system, which is now available to download for all supported architectures. Debian GNU/Linux 9.8 is the eighth point release of the...

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Windows Subsystem For Linux Elevates Humdrum Release, Sac-t Sacked, And Crypto-jacking Apps Found...

Win 10 + Linux files sitting in a tree, c-o-p-y-i-n-g Roundup  Yet more Linux love seeped into Windows 10 over the past week, while admins buffed their rings in readiness for servicing changes and miscreants crept around the Microsoft Store.…
Related topics: Windows Store, Microsoft

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Command Line Utilities… In The Cloud?

Although many people think of Linux-based operating systems as graphical, really that GUI is just another application running over the bare operating system. Power users, remote administrators, and people running underpowered computers like a...

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Windows Subsystem For Linux Update Will Let You Access Linux File From Windows

One of the most surprising things about Windows 10 is that you have the option of enabling a Windows Subsystem for Linux, installing a Linux distribution such as Ubuntu, and then running Linux commands in a Bash shell. The feature has been around in...
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The Best Linux Exchange Client: Getting Started With Hiri

Microsoft Exchange support exists on Linux, but it generally isn’t pretty. You can take this both literally and figuratively. You can add Microsoft Exchange support to Thunderbird with plugins but it isn’t intuitive, and while Evolution...
Related topics: Microsoft

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Ubuntu 18.04.2 Lts Released With Linux Kernel 4.18 From Ubuntu 18.10, More

After a one-week delay, Canonical released today the second point release of its latest LTS (Long Term Support) operating system series, Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (Bionic Beaver). Initially planned for release on February 7th, 2019, the Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS...
Related topics: Ubuntu, Canonical

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Kde Neon Systems Based On Ubuntu 16.04 Lts Have Reached End Of Life, Upgrade Now

The development team behind the Ubuntu-based KDE neon distribution announced the end of life of an older series of the operating system based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus). With the rebase of KDE neon on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) on...
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Canonical Patches Dirty Sock Vulnerability Affecting Ubuntu, Other Linux Distros

Canonical this week rolled out an update for the Snapd daemon in order to resolve a vulnerability called Dirty Sock which allowed hackers to gain root access on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. The security flaw, tracked as CVE-2019-7304, was...
Related topics: Canonical, Computer Security, Ubuntu, Hackers

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‘virtual Desks’ Are Coming Soon To Chrome Os, Here’s An Early Glimpse [video]

The ability to have more than one “virtual desktop” is a hallmark of many desktop operating systems including Linux, Mac OS, and even recent versions of Windows. It allows you to separate your (too many) open apps and windows into...
Related topics: Chrome, Tech Videos

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The Best Linux Operating Systems And Distributions

Thinking about trying Linux? There are so many Linux operating systems (called “distributions” or “distros”), and each offers different benefits.Unlock the "Essential Linux Commands" cheat sheet now!This will sign you up to...

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Kde Plasma 5.15 Desktop Environment Officially Released, Here's What's New

The KDE Project released today KDE Plasma 5.15, a major new series that introduces numerous new features and improvements to the popular GNU/Linux graphical desktop environment. Six months in development, the KDE Plasma 5.15 desktop environment...

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Good Guy Malware: Linux Virus Removes Other Infections To Mine On Its Own

Coin miners have become the new norm in the malware world, and new versions are getting more complex, being able to hide their processes more effectively in order to avoid detection. But security vendor Trend Micro has recently come across a new...
Related topics: Malware

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Chrome Os 72 Brings Improved Support For Android, Linux Apps And More

Chrome OS 72 is starting to roll out to users with a wealth of changes, including a tablet mode, improvements for Android apps and plenty more.For one, Chrome OS 72 brings native Google Assistant and Android Pie to more Chromebooks. Those features...
Related topics: Chrome, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Tablets, Google, Chromebook

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