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  • How to Install and Configure LibreNMS on Ubuntu 22.04 2023-09-25
    LibreNMS is an open-source network monitoring tool constructed in PHP and MySQL, which utilizes the SNMP protocol. It is a community-derived branch of the Observium network monitoring tool. This instrument is also a user-friendly monitoring system; it is simple to comprehend and employ. It employs MySQL as its database backend and SNMP to detect remote […]
    Jeff Wilson
  • How to Install Jellyfin Media Server on Linux Mint 21 2023-09-25
    Guide to Installing the Jellyfin Media Server on Linux Mint 21 with step-by-step instructions and also learn how to up a Reverse Proxy for your media server.
    Joshua James
  • Linux Kernel Support Lifespans Cut in Half to Deal with Growing Maintenance Burdens 2023-09-25
    The Linux Foundation is planning to reduce the length of long-term support (LTS) for new versions of the Linux kernel from 6 years to just 2 years. This change comes as maintaining old kernel versions has become increasingly challenging. Greg Kroah-Hartman, the maintainer of the stable branch, says the reduction in LTS will allow kernel developers […]
    Jamieson Davis
  • Europe wants easy default browser selection screens. Mozilla is already sounding the alarm on dirty tricks 2023-09-24
    Can you blame it? Europe's Digital Markets Act, which goes into effect next year, will require that companies designated as gatekeepers provide users of most popular operating systems with browser choice screens that ask them to select a default browser.…
    Thomas Claburn
  • How To Get Linux Filesystems Information Using Dysk Utility 2023-09-24
    Discover how to get Linux filesystems information using dysk, a better alternative to the df command for inspecting and managing filesystems in Linux.
  • Xfce vs GNOME: Which Desktop is for you? 2023-09-24
    Xfce vs. GNOME. Discover these two desktops' performance, customization, and resource usage differences.
  • Attempt to test Anaconda Web UI on Fedora 39 WKS (development branch) 2023-09-24
    Actually, there is no need to wait for proposed in option by "sgallagh" - "To be clear, my suggestion about providing the WebUI as an experimental option was intended for Final". Load from live image Fedora-Workstation-Live-x86_64-39-20230922.n.0.iso into KVM Guest and shut down Installer afterwards. Keep staying in Fedora39 Live environment and issue . . […]
    Boris Derzhavets
  • Ubuntu 23.10 BETA Released for Testing 2023-09-24
    Get a sneak peek into Ubuntu 23.10 Beta, featuring Linux Kernel 6.5 and GNOME 45. Explore the latest enhancements and updates for Linux enthusiasts.
  • How to Install LibreCAD on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS 2023-09-24
    Guide on how to install LibreCAD on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish via cli commands with three alternative methods: APT, PPA or Flatpak with Flathub.
    Joshua James
  • OpenTofu: The Linux Foundation’s Response to HashiCorp’s Moves 2023-09-24
    Say goodbye to licensing woes with HashiCorp’s surprising policy change. OpenTofu is a new free Terraform alternative!
    Bobby Borisov
  • GNOME 44.5 Arrives with Improvements for GNOME Software, Epiphany, and More 2023-09-24
    GNOME 45 isn’t the only GNOME desktop release that arrived today as the GNOME Project also announced the general availability of GNOME 44.5 as another maintenance update to the GNOME 44 desktop environment series.
    Marius Nestor
  • How to Install qBittorrent on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS 2023-09-24
    Learn to install qBittorrent or qBittorrent-nox (Headless for WebUI) on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish.
    Joshua James
  • Linux Foundation jumps into infrastructure-as-code with OpenTofu 2023-09-24
    There is yet another new project coming to the Linux Foundation, and though the name might imply otherwise, it isn’t about food. At the Open Source Summit Europe event in Bilbao, Spain, this morning the Linux Foundation announced that the OpenTofu project is coming under its wing. Previously code-named OpenTF, OpenTofu aims to create an […]
    Sean Michael Kerner
  • openSUSE Slowroll Considers Renaming, Vote Now 2023-09-24
    openSUSE’s Slowroll ponders a new identity, while the Tumbleweed users are the first enjoying the new GNOME 45. Learn more about it here!
    Bobby Borisov
  • Linux LTS Kernels Moves to a 2-Year Support Period 2023-09-23
    Breaking changes: the Linux LTS (Long Term Support) kernel support will be reduced from six to two years. Learn more about it here!
    Bobby Borisov
  • Linux Networking: A Simplified Guide to IP Addresses and Routing 2023-09-23
    Every Linux enthusiast or administrator, at some point, encounters the need to configure or troubleshoot network settings. While the process can appear intimidating, with the right knowledge and tools, mastering Linux networking can be both enlightening and empowering. In this guide, we'll explore the essentials of configuring IP addresses and routing on Linux systems.
    George Whittaker
  • How to Install PyCharm Python IDE on Debian 2023-09-23
    PyCharm is a free, open-source, graphical IDE for Linux-based operating systems. This tutorial will show you how to install PyCharm IDE on Debian Desktop.
  • Bulky is a simple tool to bulk rename files and directories 2023-09-23
    Bulky is GUI software that lets you rename files and directories. While it’s developed by Linux Mint it’s not tied to any Linux distribution or desktop. It’s free and open source software.
    Steve Emms
  • s-tui is a terminal-based stress test and monitoring tool 2023-09-23
    Stress-Terminal UI, s-tui, is a free and open source monitoring tool for your CPU’s temperature, frequency, power and utilization. s-tui uses the psutil library to probe hardware information and the urwid interface library for its graphical engine.
    Steve Emms
  • KaOS Linux 2023.09 Adds KDE Gear 23.08, Focus To Shift On KDE Plasma 6 ISO 2023-09-23
    The development team behind the Arch Linux-inspired, KDE-oriented, and independently developed KaOS Linux distribution announced today the general availability of KaOS 2023.09 as a new, up-to-date installation image with some of the latest GNU/Linux technologies and Open Source software.
    Marius Nestor