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MAKE MORE with Inkscape – Papercraft et al.

4 hours 7 min ago
Papercraft is more then a simple hobby. It is the basis for rapid prototyping, package design and many other creative works. Find out how to make Papercraft with Inkscape.

3 tips for printing with Linux

6 hours 19 min ago
I have a confession to make. This may be an unpopular opinion. I actually enjoy reading documents on a piece of paper as opposed to digitally. When I want to try a new recipe, I print it out to follow it so I don[he]#039[/he]t have to continually swipe my mobile device to keep up with the steps. I store all my favorite recipes in sheet protectors in a binder. I also like to print out coloring pages or activity sheets for my kids. There are a ton of options online or we create our own!

MX Linux 21 “Wildflower” is Here with UEFI Live Boot Menus

8 hours 31 min ago
MX Linux has gained a lot of traction in the last few years. Now the brand new release of MX Linux 21 codenamed “Wildflower“ has hit the download mirrors. Let’s check out what’s new!

How to install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors on Linux Mint

10 hours 36 min ago
ONLYOFFICE desktop app is an open-source office suite pack that comprises editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to install ONLYOFFICE Desktop Editors on your Linux Mint.

How and Why to Install Latte Dock From Source Code

Saturday 23rd of October 2021 04:48:59 AM
If you plan to install the Latte Dock on your KDE desktop, you'll get much better results if you install from source code. Here's how to do that.

Essential System Tools: Czkawka – data cleaner

Saturday 23rd of October 2021 02:37:28 AM
Czkawka is an app that finds duplicate files, big files, empty files, similar images, and much more. Czkawka is free and open source software.

How to Install and Secure Redis on Ubuntu 20.04

Saturday 23rd of October 2021 12:25:57 AM
Redis (short for Remote Dictionary Server), is an open-source in-memory data structure store. It’s used as a flexible, highly available key-value database that maintains a high level of performance.

10 Things to do After Installing Ubuntu 21.10 Impish Indri

Friday 22nd of October 2021 10:14:26 PM
Here, in this post we give you 10 things to do after installing Ubuntu 21.10, to make your life easier and get you started using the shiny new Ubuntu.

The best open source software of 2021

Friday 22nd of October 2021 08:02:55 PM
InfoWorld’s 2021 Bossie Awards recognize the year’s best open source software for software development, devops, data analytics, and machine learning.

How to Install Apache Cassandra on Debian 11

Friday 22nd of October 2021 06:09:48 PM
Apache Cassandra is a free, open-source and distributed database management system. It is capable to handle large amounts of data across many servers and provides high availability with no single point of failure.

Trying Out Ubuntu's New Flutter+Curtin-Powered Desktop Installer Was Disappointing

Friday 22nd of October 2021 03:58:17 PM
An effort going on for a while at Canonical has been to develop a new desktop installer for Ubuntu. With the recent Ubuntu 21.10 release they are still using their classic Ubiquity installer by default but have published a new preview build of Ubuntu 21.10 with their new desktop installer option. Here is a look at Ubuntu's forthcoming new installer.

Stable vs. Bleeding-Edge Linux Distros: Which One Should You Choose?

Friday 22nd of October 2021 02:38:43 PM
One of the major choices that many Linux users face when choosing a Linux distribution is its stability, or how much the software changes. Some distros favor stable, tried-and-true software while others will include newer software that may not be as reliable, also known as "bleeding-edge," a play on "cutting-edge." So, which one should you choose? Let's find out.

Newly Found npm Malware Mines Cryptocurrency on Windows, Linux, macOS Devices

Friday 22nd of October 2021 01:00:23 PM
Sonatype’s automated malware detection system has caught multiple malicious packages on the npm registry this month. These packages disguise themselves as legitimate JavaScript libraries but were caught launching cryptominers on Windows, macOS and Linux machines.

How to Install GCC Compiler Collection on CentOS 8 and Rocky Linux 8

Friday 22nd of October 2021 11:46:03 AM
The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is a compiler software package with a collection of compilers for several languages. GCC supports various programming languages, including C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java and Ada.

Systemd-Free MX Linux 21 Officially Released, Based on Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye”

Friday 22nd of October 2021 10:31:43 AM
The MX Linux team proudly announced today the release and general availability of MX Linux 21, a major release of their Debian-based, systemd-free and lightweight GNU/Linux distribution.

How to Install Deno JavaScript Runtime on Ubuntu 20.04

Friday 22nd of October 2021 09:17:23 AM
Deno is a lightweight JavaScript runtime that is both straightforward and safe. We'll show you how to install Deno on Ubuntu 20.04 and run a hello world script to test your installation in this article.

GIMP 2.99.8 is here but what's happened to 3.0? If only stuff would not break all the time

Friday 22nd of October 2021 08:03:03 AM
GIMP 2.99.8, a development version with many new features, has been released, but 3.0 is taking its time due to system changes that break things. The GNU Image Manipulation Program is a full-featured bitmap image editor with a long history, the first public release being January 1996. Version 1.0 came in June 1998.

MX Linux 21 Released with Debian 11, KDE Plasma 5.20. This is What’s New

Friday 22nd of October 2021 06:48:43 AM
MX Linux 21 code named “Wildflower” is released. We wrap up the release and give you the download and upgrade information.

How to Install Visual Studio Code Extensions

Friday 22nd of October 2021 06:03:06 AM
Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code is perhaps the most popular open source code editor, after Vim (of course). Visual Studio Code provides an amazing “out of the box” experience by providing almost all of the IDE like features. But there are always things you wish Visual Studio Code could do. “The grass is always greener on the other side.”

The Chip Shortage Is so Bad Raspberry Pi Prices Have Gone Up

Friday 22nd of October 2021 05:01:34 AM
If there’s one thing the Raspberry Pi is known for, it is being affordable. However, this chip shortage is causing problems for everyone, and the Raspberry Pi will see a price increase.

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