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GNOME’s Text Editor to Get Recoloring Support, Revamped “Open” Popover in GNOME 42

Sunday 5th of December 2021 10:52:31 AM
GNOME’s Text Editor simple and lightweight text editor app is getting some new features and improvements as part of the upcoming GNOME 42 desktop environment series, due out in Spring 2022.

Windows vs Linux: 7 Reasons to Switch to Linux

Sunday 5th of December 2021 08:41:00 AM
In today’s article we’ll be seeing the top 7 reasons to switch to Linux from Windows, and why it could be a viable option for you in the future.

How To Analyze And Compare Container Images Using Container-diff

Sunday 5th of December 2021 06:29:28 AM
Container-diff is an open source product from Google that helps you to analyze and compare container images hosted in Google cloud platform.

Convert audio in batches on Linux with SoundConverter

Sunday 5th of December 2021 04:17:57 AM
SoundConverter is a useful application not just because it does exactly what its name says it does, but because it does it in batches and in parallel.

Gedit Text Editor to Get Recoloring Support, Revamped “Open” Popover in GNOME 42

Sunday 5th of December 2021 02:06:26 AM
GNOME’s Gedit lightweight text editor is getting some new features and improvements as part of the upcoming GNOME 42 desktop environment series, due out in Spring 2022.

CentOS Stream 9 is Now Generally Available

Saturday 4th of December 2021 11:54:55 PM
The release of CentOS Stream 9 has been carried out before CentOS Linux 8 expires at the end of this year. The distro is based on Fedora 34, the same code base that RHEL 9 uses.

IDAD is almost here: Take a stand against Disney+ on December 10

Saturday 4th of December 2021 11:15:19 PM
The fifteenth International Day Against DRM (IDAD) is next week, and we here at the Defective by Design campaign are calling on you to help us send a message to purveyors of Digital Restrictions Management (DRM) around the world, letting them know that DRM is unacceptable in any and all of its forms. This year's Day Against DRM will be held next Friday, on December 10, 2021.

Hyperledger Foundation 2021 End-of-Year Update

Saturday 4th of December 2021 09:03:48 PM
In 2021, after six years of community building and expanding from two projects to 18 projects, to over 50 labs, 16 Special Interest and Working Groups, and over 200 members, Hyperledger became a Foundation. This newfound identity arches over all of its projects, labs, regional chapters, and community groups. Hyperledger Foundation is now leading the collective effort to advance enterprise blockchain technology and fulfill its mission to foster and coordinate the premier open source enterprise blockchain community.

Hot not-Spot-bot spot: The code behind Xiaomi's CyberDog? Ubuntu

Saturday 4th of December 2021 06:52:17 PM
Linux fans rejoice: the smarts running behind Xiaomi's Not-Spot, CyberDog, emanate from none other than Ubuntu 18.04. The Register asked Canonical why not something a little fresher, such as 20.04, and were told by robotics product manager, Gabriel Aguiar Noury, that "the operating system is running 18.04 rather than 20.04 because they are using Jetson, and 18.04 is more compatible for the approach the team had in mind."

Blender 3.0 Released as a Massive Update with Many New Features and Improvements

Saturday 4th of December 2021 04:40:46 PM
The Blender Foundation released today Blender 3.0 as the latest stable version of this powerful, free, open-source and cross-platform 3D computer graphics software for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms.

New malware hides as legit nginx process on e-commerce servers

Saturday 4th of December 2021 03:26:26 PM
eCommerce servers are being targeted with remote access malware that hides on Nginx servers in a way that makes it virtually invisible to security solutions. The threat received the name NginRAT, a combination of the application it targets and the remote access capabilities it provides and is being used in server-side attacks to steal payment card data from online stores.

Strapi v4: Big changes in latest release of this open-source CMS

Saturday 4th of December 2021 02:12:06 PM
Strapi, the company behind the most popular open-source headless content management system (CMS) of the same name, has launched the next stable release of Strapi v4. This includes a new design system, user interface, plug-in Application Programming Interface (API), database query engine, and improved REST and GraphQL API performance.

Arch Linux-Based EndeavourOS Atlantis Is Out with Linux 5.15 LTS, PipeWire, and More

Saturday 4th of December 2021 12:57:45 PM
The EndeavourOS team released today a new ISO snapshot of their Arch Linux-based distribution built around the lightweight Xfce desktop environment, EndeavourOS Atlantis.

How to Install and Use Latte Dock on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions

Saturday 4th of December 2021 11:43:25 AM
Many distributions and desktop environments provide some sort of docking implementation. If your distribution does not have a Dock or if you want to experiment with some other Dock applications, Latte dock is a good choice. It is similar to the dock on macOS with a parabolic animation every time you hover over any dock object with your mouse.

Introduce the different Fedora Linux editions

Saturday 4th of December 2021 10:29:05 AM
Fedora Linux provides several editions according to your needs. This article will introduce the different Fedora Linux editions.

Top one-line Linux commands, customize VM images, and more tips for sysadmins

Saturday 4th of December 2021 09:14:45 AM
November 2021 was another excellent month for Enable Sysadmin. During the month, we published 23 new articles and received nearly 720,000 reads from more than 488,000 readers across the site.

NixOS and the changing face of Linux operating systems

Saturday 4th of December 2021 08:01:27 AM
A new version of Linux distro NixOS has been released, just one day after a contentious blogpost that asked "Will Nix overtake Docker?". For DevOps folk, this was tantamount to clickbait: Nix and Docker are different tools for different jobs, and anyway, it's possible to use Nix to build Docker images.

Ventoy Multi-Boot USB Creator Adds A New WebUI Plugin Configurator

Saturday 4th of December 2021 06:47:07 AM
Ventoy, a tool to create bootable USB drives by simply copying the ISO to the USB (with support for as many ISOs as you want, even mixed Linux and Windows ISO files), has been updated with a new webUI plugin configurator which makes it easy to configure the powerful Ventoy plugins.

Open 3D Engine (O3DE) is Here with Its First Stable Version

Saturday 4th of December 2021 05:32:47 AM
O3DE is an open-source 3D engine that you can use to create high performance interactive experiences, including games and simulations. Yesterday the Open 3D Foundation (O3DF) announced the O3DE Stable 21.11 release of the Apache 2.0-licensed Open 3D Engine project.

Xen and the art of hypervisor upgrades

Saturday 4th of December 2021 04:18:27 AM
The Xen Project has delivered an upgrade to its hypervisor. Version 4.16 was announced yesterday by developer and maintainer Ian Jackson, capping a nine-month effort that saw four release candidates emerge in November 2021 prior to launch.

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