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Darktable 3.6 is Here with Full Rework of the Import Module

Monday 5th of July 2021 10:39:02 PM
Darktable is a free, open-source RAW photo file editor software for photo editing and file management. It has a bit of a learning curve, but in its latest update to 3.6, it’s easier to use that it ever was.

Best Free Alternatives to YouTube

Monday 5th of July 2021 09:24:42 PM
YouTube has encountered a number of privacy issues. For example, Google is facing a legal battle for allegedly breaching the privacy and data rights of under-13s in the UK. It has also faced numerous challenges and criticisms in its attempts to deal with copyright issues. What open source alternatives are available for YouTube?

Things to do after installing Fedora 34 Workstation

Monday 5th of July 2021 07:40:34 PM
I'm sure that you want to feel more at home with your Fedora Linux system. These are things to do after installing Fedora 34 Workstation.

Calls to Help Creating an Audacity Fork

Monday 5th of July 2021 05:29:03 PM
A fellow developer took the effort of creating an initial fork of Audacity which is stripped of all tracking code and telemetry functionality. However, he and the other friends need help in.

CentOS Stream: Everything You Need to Know About it

Monday 5th of July 2021 03:17:32 PM
CentOS Stream is a rolling-release Linux distro that exists as a midstream between the upstream development in Fedora and the downstream development for RHEL. In this article we shall discuss everything that you need to know about CentOS Stream.

How To Find All Installed Fonts From Commandline In Linux

Monday 5th of July 2021 01:06:01 PM
This guide explains how to list all installed fonts and how to list installed fonts for a particular language in Linux and Unix systems.

MariaDB Galera Cluster Replication

Monday 5th of July 2021 10:54:29 AM
MariaDB Galera Cluster is a database clustering solution that lets you set up a virtually synchronous multi-primary cluster for the MariaDB database. Clustering is a technology that provides high availability to your database by distributing the changes among multiple database nodes.

7 guides about open source to keep your brain busy this summer

Monday 5th of July 2021 08:42:58 AM
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How to Install Rocky Linux 8.4 Step by Step

Monday 5th of July 2021 06:31:27 AM
CentOS 8 is reaching EOL (End Of Life) by the end of this year, 2021, and a few Linux distributions have been floated as formidable CentOS alternatives. Among them is Rocky Linux, which is a fork of CentOS and 100% binary compatible with RHEL. In a previous guide, we introduced Rocky Linux 8.4 and how to download it. We have also touched on how you can migrate from CentOS 8 to Rocky Linux 8.4.

How To Install Python TensorFlow On Centos 8

Monday 5th of July 2021 04:19:55 AM
Tutorial on how to install Tensorflow and related CUDA libraries on Centos 8

Canonical Working on 'Major Rebrand' of Ubuntu

Monday 5th of July 2021 02:08:24 AM
A 'major rebranding effort' is underway at Canonical and it could result in substantial changes to the logos, icons, and colours we currently associate with Ubuntu.

Darktable 3.6 Open-Source RAW Image Editor Released with Many New Features

Sunday 4th of July 2021 11:56:53 PM
Darktable 3.6 has been released today as a major update to this open-source, free, and cross-platform RAW image editor for GNU/Linux, macOS, and Windows platforms.

The July 2021 Issue of the PCLinuxOS Magazine

Sunday 4th of July 2021 09:45:22 PM
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the July 2021 issue

Identify flowers and trees with this open source mobile app

Sunday 4th of July 2021 08:49:01 PM
Where I live, there are lots of trails and roads lined with flowers and trees. My community is famous for its annual maple festival, and maple trees are easy for me to identify. However, there are many other trees I cannot identify by name. Flowers are the same. Recently my wife told me about PlantNet, a mobile application that can identify these flowers and trees. It[he]#039[/he]s available on iOS and Android, and it[he]#039[/he]s free, so I decided to try it out.

25 Hardening Security Tips for Linux Servers

Sunday 4th of July 2021 07:00:09 PM
Everybody says that Linux is secure by default and agreed to some extend (It’s debatable topics). However, Linux has in-built security model in place by default. Need to tune it up and customize as per your need which may help to make more secure system.

ONLYOFFICE 6.3 is Here with Dark Theme, 150% Scaling, and More

Sunday 4th of July 2021 05:11:17 PM
ONLYOFFICE is a free collaborative cloud-based, on-premise, and desktop office suite. It is a full-featured free alternative to MS Office. In ONLYOFFICE 6.3 document editing become even more convenient.

How to Install TeamSpeak Server on Ubuntu 18.04 & 20.04

Sunday 4th of July 2021 03:22:25 PM
TeamSpeak is a cross-platform VoIP solution used for online games. It is used by gamers to communicate with teammates with high-end security.

How to use Podman inside of Kubernetes

Sunday 4th of July 2021 01:33:33 PM
More information about Podman in containers; specifically with regard to Kubernetes.

KaOS 2021.06 Released, Brings the Latest KDE Plasma 5.22

Sunday 4th of July 2021 11:44:41 AM
KaOS provides one of the best integrations yet of a refreshed KDE-based computing platform. The latest KaOS 2021.06 release comes with KDE Plasma 5.22, which offers new visual effects, and a new system monitor.

Lucas Chess – play and train chess

Sunday 4th of July 2021 09:55:49 AM
We tried Lucas Chess a couple of years ago, but failed to compile the program in Linux. It was disappointing because testing the program under Windows demonstrated the quality of the software. The situation has recently changed with the first official binary version of Lucas Chess for Linux. Lucas Chess is a chess GUI. It lets you play against lots of chess engines and train to improve your game.

More in Tux Machines

CuteFish – An Elegant, Beautiful and Easy-to-Use Linux Desktop

CutefishOS is a new free and open-source desktop environment for Linux operating systems with a focus on simplicity, beauty, and practicality. Its goal is to create a better computing experience for Linux users. Cutefish OS is among the newest kids on the block of desktop environments. And since it has been born at such a time when the KDE aesthetic leads in the UI/UX stand for Linux users, it features a design that is strikingly similar. Given its goal of making a better desktop experience, the team uses KDE Frameworks, KDE Plasma 5, and Qt. My guess is that Qt is the source of its “cute” name. They seem to have collaborated heavily with JingOS, a beautiful Linux OS targeted at Tablets. Read more

Former Microsoft Security Analyst Claims Office 365 Knowingly Hosted Malware For Years

Malware on Windows devices has become a real problem in the last few years, specifically with a recent uptick in ransomware. It appears that Microsoft has been trying to combat this issue, though, with updates to Microsoft Defender, so it has more teeth than ever before. However, what if Microsoft is part of the problem too? On Friday, cybersecurity researcher TheAnalyst explained on Twitter how BazarLoader malware leads to ransomware that can severely affect healthcare, among other industries. He then called out Microsoft, asking if the company has “any responsibility in this when they KNOWINGLY are hosting hundreds of files leading to this,” alongside an image of what appears to be malicious files being hosted in OneDrive. Read more

today's leftovers

  • pam-krb5 4.11

    The primary change in this release of my Kerberos PAM module is support for calling pam_end with PAM_DATA_SILENT. I had not known that the intent of this flag was to signal that only process resources were being cleaned up and external resources should not be (in part because an older version of the man page doesn't make this clear).

  • QB64 Hits Version 2.0, Gets Enhanced Debugging | Hackaday

    Despite the name, BASIC isn’t exactly a language recommended for beginners these days. Technology has moved on, and now most people would steer you towards Python if you wanted to get your feet wet with software development. But for those who got their first taste of programming by copying lines of BASIC out of a computer magazine, the language still holds a certain nostalgic appeal.

  • All Things Open: Diversity Event Today - Big Top Goes Up Monday! - FOSS Force

    By now things are going full tilt boogie in downtown Raleigh, as the All Things Open conference is well into its “pre” day. Keeping with the trend set by other conferences, All Things Open opens a day ahead of time, partially to stage free event’s that aren’t officially a part of the main show, but which offer attendees from out-of-town a reason to fly in a day early to settle in. This is good for the travelling attendees, because they don’t spend the first day suffering for jet lag or other forms of travel fatigue, and good for the event, because it means that more people are in place to fill seats and attend presentations, beginning with the opening keynote. [...] At ATO, the registration desks are open on Sunday from noon until 5:30 Eastern Time, and the pre-conference is a free Inclusion and Diversity Event that started at noon and will run until 5pm, emceed by Rikki Endsley, formally with Red Hat and now a community marketing manager at Amazon Web Services.

  • [Older] Arduino Nano Pros and Cons: Is the Cheapest Arduino Worth It?

    While there is quite an array of Arduino boards to choose from, the Nano is a versatile board suitable for almost all DIY electronic projects. These tiny micro controllers make compact DIY hardware development available to more people than ever before. In the past we have covered reasons you may not want to choose a genuine Arduino for your projects, but today lets take a look at the positives and negatives of the Arduino Nano.

  • Pnevmo-Capsula: Domiki rolls onto Windows, Mac and Linux

    Usually the term "on rails" refers to a highly linear experience over which the player has little control. But sometimes it's meant far more literally than that, as is the case in Pomeshkin Valentin Igorevich's recently released steampunk adventure, Pnevmo-Capsula: Domiki.

  • How to install Thinkorswim Desktop on a Chromebook in 2021

    Today we are looking at how to install Thinkorswim Desktop on a Chromebook. Please follow the video/audio guide as a tutorial where we explain the process step by step and use the commands below.

Digital Restrictions (DRM) on Printers