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Nvidia Linux/bsd Graphics Driver Adds Support For Quadro T2000 With Max-q Design

Nvidia released a new version of its long-lived proprietary graphics drivers for Linux, BSD, and Solaris-based operating systems that fixes various bugs from previous releases and adds support for a new GPU. Coming just three weeks after the...
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Proteus Device Is A Secure, Linux-based Handheld (not A Smartphone)

The Proteus Device from XXLSEC is a handheld computer with a 5 inch touchscreen display and a secure, Linux-based operating system called PriveOS. At first glance, it looks a lot like a smartphone. But the Proteus Device does not have a cellular...
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Libreoffice 6.3.4 Is Now Available For Download On Windows, Linux, And Mac

The Document Foundation has just released a new version of LibreOffice for Windows, Linux, and Mac. LibreOffice 6.3.4 is a significant release in terms of bug fixes and improvements, as the changelog includes over 120 lines, many of which concern...

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Hp Linux Imaging & Printing Drivers Are Now Supported On Debian Gnu/linux 10.2

HP Linux Imaging and Printing (HPLIP) software, an open-source and free print, scan and fax driver solution for HP printers and scanners, has been updated today to version 3.19.12 for Linux-based operating systems. HPLIP 3.19.12 is here to add...
Related topics: Open Source Software, Printers

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Linux Fu: Debugging Bash Scripts

A recent post about debugging constructs surprised me. There were quite a few comments about how you didn’t need a debugger, as long as you had printf. For that matter, we’ve all debugged systems where you had nothing but an LED to flash...

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Microsoft's Teams Goes To Bat For The Other Team With Preview On Linux

There is no escape from collaboration Microsoft has plugged the wafer-thin niche of Linux desktop users that want a native app for the company's Slack-for-suits platform, Teams.…
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How To Build A Linux Web Server With An Old Computer

Interested in building a home web server? The simplest way is to install Linux on a spare computer.  Thanks to the simplicity of Linux, this is straightforward, giving you an affordable way to host a website or blog. Here’s how to set up a...
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Chrome 79 For Android Rolling Out: Maskable Pwa Icons, Reordering Bookmarks

Following the Mac, Windows, and Linux release, Chrome 79 for Android is now rolling out. Tentpole features include password and phishing protections, as well as the ability for PWAs to have maskable icons. more… The post Chrome 79 for...
Related topics: Chrome, Android, Mobile Technology, Computer Security

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Google Releases Chrome 79 For Linux, Windows, And Mac With 51 Security Fixes

Google has promoted today the Chrome 79 web browser to the stable channel for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, Windows, Android, and Chrome OS. Chrome 79 has been in development since earlier this fall and entered beta testing...
Related topics: Google, Chrome, Mobile Technology, Android

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It May Be Out Of Sync With The Us Govt, But Huawei Is Rolling Out Its Harmony Os To More Devices In...

Not for the mobe market, more an IoT future for microkernel-based system 2020 probably won’t be the year of the Linux desktop, but it’ll be the year Huawei starts aggressively rolling out its Harmony OS operating system, according to a company...
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Microsoft Announces Public Preview Of Microsoft Teams For Linux

Today, Microsoft announced a public preview of Microsoft Teams for Linux, the first Office 365 tool that’s available for the open source operating system. The hope is that by making it available for preview, the company can get feedback from...
Related topics: Microsoft, Open Source Software

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Debex Linux Distro Released For Older Pcs With Lxqt Desktop And Linux Kernel 5.4

GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton has released today a new version of his Debian-based DebEX Linux distribution, which promises to bring back to life older 32-bit computers. Based on the Debian GNU/Linux 10 "Buster" operating system series, DebEX...

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Meet Sparky Bonsai, Sparkylinux Portable Edition Featuring Joe's Window Manager

The Debian-based SparkyLinux operating system recently received a new community edition that you can run and use directly from a USB stick without installing anything on your personal computer. While many of today's GNU/Linux distributions come as...

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Microsoft Teams App Finally Available On Linux

Microsoft today announced the preview release of Teams app for Linux. Microsoft Teams for Linux preview is available in .deb and .rpm formats. Microsoft was working with several customers over the past few months to test this new Teams client for...
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Managing The Linux Kernel At Aws: 'a Large Team Of Security Experts' Dealing With Fallout From...

OS director on staying safe and advantages of Amazon's Nitro hypervisor Interview  At the AWS re:Invent conference last week, The Register asked Chris Schlaeger, director of kernel and operating systems, how the cloud giant protects itself and its...
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Cutiepi Open Source Tablet Crowdfunding Campaign In The Works, Open Source Design Files Already...

The CutiePi is a tablet powered by a Raspberry Pi Computer Module 3 Lite. It’s designed to run Linux-based software such as Raspbian, and the design of the tablet is also open source. First revealed earlier this year, the hardware and software...
Related topics: Open Source Software, Tablets, Crowdfunding

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Canonical Needs Your Help To Improve Ubuntu, Take The Ubuntu 20.04 Survey Now

Canonical, the company behind the popular Ubuntu Linux operating system, have published today a survey to encourage the community to contribute suggestions and ideas to make future Ubuntu releases even better than before. Dubbed Focal Fossa, Ubuntu...
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Wireguard Vpn Is A Step Closer To Mainstream Adoption

Enlarge / You want receipts? I got receipts. (credit: Jim Salter) As of this morning, Linux network stack maintainer David Miller has committed the WireGuard VPN project into the Linux "net-next" source tree. Miller maintains both net and...

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Ubuntu Cinnamon Unofficial Flavor Gets Its First Ever Release, Download Now

After many months of hard work, the team behind the unofficial Ubuntu Cinnamon flavor has announced the release of the first ever version. The popular Ubuntu Linux operating system comes with a wide range of variants, with some of the most popular...
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Canonical Announces Ubuntu Aws Rolling Linux Kernel For Ubuntu 18.04 Lts Amis

Canonical announced that the default Linux kernel in the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS AMIs (Amazon Machine Images) is moving to a rolling kernel model. Until now, the Ubuntu images for AWS (Amazon Web Services) have been using a normal Linux kernel that was...
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