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LtWorf_577
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Linux marketplaces vulnerable to RCE and supply chain attacks
Linux marketplaces vulnerable to RCE and supply chain attacks | Positive Security
mcmonkey26
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CliFM provides now distro-specific binary packages!

CliFM is a KISS, non-curses terminal file manager for the terminal. By getting rid of the curses interface, it provides tight integration with the system shell....

Rexia823
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Ditching OpenPGP, a new approach to signing APT repositories
Teams/Apt/Spec/AptSign - Debian Wiki
ukkosreidet
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NixOS' minimal ISO is now 100% reproducible!
Nixos-unstable’s iso_minimal.x86_64-linux is 100% reproducible!
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Best UI-enabled Bulk image cropping utility I ever stumbled upon, wish to share this with you!
NatLee/Batch-crop-images
LtWorf_883
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[TIL] Pleasantly surprised to find that Evince PDF viewer has Caret Browsing mode! Same shortcut key as Firefox!

For those that don't know, caret browsing mode enables the cursor to browse through the file. Then you would just use your keyboard just like in a text editor to move...

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OpenSSL 3.0.0-beta1 is finally out!
tallross
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Micro editor

How can I open the internal terminal window in micro editor and also text editor simultaneously? I want to see the output of my code and my source code in seperate...

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ActivityWatch 0.11.0 is out and it helps you to track how you spent your time on your device (FOSS)
Release v0.11.0 · ActivityWatch/activitywatch
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elementary OS 6 Beta 2 Now Available
elementary OS 6 Beta 2 Now Available
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Umm... Linux subsystem for Windows? Possible?

Just found out about WSL got better with features to run GUI apps. It may have many caveats, bugs, but that's a very good feature.

So was wondering if Linux subsystem for...

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GNOME JavaScript Docs Updated
DevDocs
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The Wondrous World of Discoverable GPT Disk Images
The Wondrous World of Discoverable GPT Disk Images
forkonce
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New Review Guidelines for GNOME Shell Extensions
r/linux - New Review Guidelines for GNOME Shell Extensions
abbzug
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Maui Weekly report 12. better split views. More thumbnail previews. Apps distribution to stores. Faster scrolling and more...
r/linux - Maui Weekly report 12. better split views. More thumbnail previews. Apps distribution to stores. Faster scrolling and more...
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A Visually Stunning Week in Tok - Kirigami based Telegram client
A Visually Stunning Week in Tok
Tyrx
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Guitar multi-effects using linux?

I was wondering how other linux users have accomplished digital audio effects for guitar and other instruments using linux systems. I am new to music production; my...

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does a gui matter for security?

Do certain types of gui's (gnome, kde, xfce, etc...) have certain advantages over the other with security? Obviously not having a gui at all would be best, but do any of...

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Is it dangerous not to have a root password?

I would like to remove the root password on my Fedora install so I don't have to type it everytime I use the sudo command. Is that a bad idea? I only use my computer for...

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PINE64, the company that creates the PinePhone and PineBook, becomes a KDE Patron.
PINE64 becomes a KDE Patron
zveroshka
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Purism is now shipping the Linux-based only USA-engineered and manufactured smartphone
Manufacturing the Librem 5 USA Phone in the United States of America – Purism
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$7 SD card-sized SoC running Debian 10
r/linux - $7 SD card-sized SoC running Debian 10
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How to use nvidia graphics with PCI-Express RTD3 Power Management
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Robust and beginner friendly dotfiles skeleton. Did not find anything robust to restore easily with backups.
matu3ba/dotfiles_skeleton
11theone11
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Floppinux Makefile Build Inspired by /u/CodeDinosaur
r/linux - Floppinux Makefile Build Inspired by /u/CodeDinosaur
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Phacility is Winding Down Operations - will nominally continue to maintain Phabricator, but it will no longer be regularly updated.
✩ Phacility is Winding Down Operations
KYMPHO
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Linux kernel's repository summary
Mark_Bear
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New stable kernel version 5.12.7 has a bunch of reversions for @umn.edu commits, FYI
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Copyright notice from ISP for pirating... Linux? Is this some sort of joke?
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Translatium avaible as AppImage lets you translate words, phrases and images between over 100 languages with dictionary, transliteration and voice output support.
Translatium - Translate 100+ Languages Instantly
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Gentoo Freenode channels have been hijacked.
Gentoo Freenode channels have been hijacked – Gentoo Linux
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The junior sysadmin course at r/LinuxUpskillChallenge restarting 7 June 2021

This free month-long course is re-starting again on the first Monday of next month.

Daily lessons appear in the sub-reddit /r/linuxupskillchallenge - which is also used...

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Life without CONFIG_VT=y in 2021 on the Desktop

As an experiment, I decided to see what it's like without the kernel mode TTYs. With simpledrm looking to be merged in 5.14, it should actually begin to make some things...

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dhcpDialog - A dhcp scope management script for ISC dhcp server

Github: https://github.com/Greenlandicsmiley/dhcpDialog

This is a Bash script I made for managing ISC dhcp server...

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Laptop dock

I’m looking for a powered laptop dock compatible with Linux, MacOS, and Windows. I’d need it USB-C with a possibility of usb 3.0 or thunderbolt 2 if possible. I’m...

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MSI - I dont know the name yet - For linux

Here is my work... And this time i need help with what name should i take up for this application!!

Suggest names in comment sections...

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 is now GA
Stability plus innovation: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.4 is now GA
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PipeWire 0.3.28 released Launchpad PPA

PipeWire 0.3.28 released under Launchpad PPA.

Now Support on ubuntu 18.04 also.

To...

mcandre
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freenode now belongs to Andrew Lee, and I'm leaving for a new network.
freenode now belongs to Andrew Lee, and I'm leaving for a new network.
pingnoo
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Good news AppImage makers and Arch Linux users! Now it's possible to use the appimage-builder generator feature to create bundle recipes using pacman. This is feature comes with a great remake of the whole generator implementation. Give it a try
Release Continuous · AppImageCrafters/appimage-builder
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whm: A WiFi Heat Map Generator showing the coverage of WiFi across multiple access points including signal strength and throughput.

Was frustrated with the Open Source and Paid options available and needed something which can benchmark coverage of WiFi across multiple access points.

What is whm?

Copy...

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For the Linux desktop market share, do these data sources also account for users who dual boot their computers with a Linux distro?

I know lots of people on their Windows and Mac devices also tend to use Ubuntu in dual boot or through something such as Parallels.

I was wondering whether the Linux...

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AppImages on Linux

As far as I know, AppImages basically are a contained version of a program precompiled and put into the AppImage. And you can download these AppImages from websites…

I’m...

abcjety
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Mint additional setup tool

Hello everybody out there using linux mint -

I'm doing a (free) setup tool (just a hobby won't be big and proffesional like yast) for linux mint

This is the first alpha...

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The beginning of my new business.
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Termite is dead, maintainer suggests moving to alacritty
thestinger/termite
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Had some spare time and this happened.
mcandre
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easy-arch (a fashionable way to install Arch Linux)

I'd like to share a little project I'm working on: an Arch Linux installation script. I already know this segment is already oversaturated, yet I made this thing anyway....

LtWorf_577
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[Software Update] mpm - install AUR and Arch Linux packages on Debian-based systems

GitHub Repository - https://github.com/hwittenborn/mpm

Background

Up until a few months ago - I've been bouncing back between...

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Turnips in the wild (Adreno Vulkan driver development)
Turnips in the wild (Part 1)
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An Interview With Linus Torvalds: Open Source And Beyond 30 Years Of Linux
An Interview With Linus Torvalds: Open Source And Beyond - Part 2 30 Years Of Linux
LtWorf_577
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Searching for the Artist! New Wallpaper from Ubuntu 21.04. Hey, does anyone know who the artist is from this wallpaper?
mcandre
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Did the UMN researchers lie when they claimed their hypocrite patches were accepted by the kernel maintainers?

I know a lot of conversation happened around the hypocrite patches sent by the UMN to the kernel and that the situation is finally calming down now that more facts came...

LtWorf_883
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They say, "An educational game to learn vim and vscode keys in logical, digestable levels." Surely looks like one!
LtWorf_883
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elementary OS 6 Beta Available Today
elementary OS 6 Beta Available Today
M4rt1n88
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Which Discontinued Distro do You Miss The Most?

In mid 2010 I've met Mandriva 2010.2...

Used both the "One" flavor which was 32-bit only... And the "Free" flavor which had full AMD64 compatibility...

I liked how it...

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Tantacrul, who got involved in redesigning Musescore after making a video critique of it, is now also involved with Audacity
I’m now in charge of Audacity. Seriously.
LtWorf_577
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Linux Gateway/Firewall/Router Tinfoil Hat Fun

I have been reading about using a Linux distro to build a custom gateway/firewall/router (not a NAS or file server).

For me, reading and thinking about the topic has been...

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Kdenlive 21.04 released
Kdenlive 21.04 released | Kdenlive
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30 Years Of Linux- An Interview With Linus Torvalds: Linux and Git
An Interview With Linus Torvalds: Linux and Git 30 Years Of Linux
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Why is HiDPI support on Linux still so bad?

A good place to understand how complicated the matter is, is the Arch Wiki page on the topic.

I feel this is part of a...

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I resized a Linux wallpaper originally in 1920x1080 to 3440x1440, and I figured I could share it here for others to enjoy. I'll put the link to the original in the comments.