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  • Ubuntu 20.10 Full Installation Walkthrough - YouTube

    Ubuntu 20.10 was recently released, and in this video we explore the installation process. We'll go through the entire process of replacing your current operating system with the latest version of the Ubuntu desktop.

  • Ubuntu 20.10, System76’s Thelio Mega, CUPS Forked from Apple | This Week in Linux 122

    We’ve got a stacked episode this week, so coming up on This Week in Linux, we’re going to start things off with the latest release of Ubuntu 20.10 and the Ubuntu 20.10 Flavour releases. Then we’re going to jump into the ridiculous realm with a new product from System76 called the Thelio Mega. There’s been some big news in the Printing world of Linux related to CUPS. NVIDIA has announced that support for Linux 5.9 is not ready yet so we’ll talk about what that means and whether or not it will affect you. Later in the show we’re going to cover some more Distro News from Trisquel with their 9.0 release and SystemRescue 7.0 is another recovery distro to check out. Then we’ll round out the show with an update to the best web browser on the planet, with release of Firefox 82. All that and much more comming up right now on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

  • TAILS OS: Become Invisible On The Web With This Ultimate Privacy OS (REAL INCOGNITO!)

    Today, It's absolutely normal for websites to TRACK your every move on the internet. Your LOCATION, The WEBSITES You Visit, What you do on the internet is being WATCHED and STUDIED by Prying Eyes.

  • KDE Plasma 5.20 Released | Massive Update For 2020 (Revamped!)

    KDE Plasma 5.20 is out and we're seeing a number of huge design changes all over the desktop. This new release is a massive update, as it brings visual redesigns in some important components of the desktop as well as some crucial under the hood improvements.

  • Why would anyone use the Terminal? | Linux Literate

    If the audio is a little weird in this video, I apologize. I tried to fix it, but it randomly speeds up and slows down during the rendering process and I couldn't figure out what was wrong.

  • Mozilla defends Google's MONOPOLY (for money?)

Full Circle Weekly News #187

  • Full Circle Weekly News #187 | Full Circle Magazine

    Canonicals MicroK8s Gets High-Availability
    https://www.zdnet.com/article/canonical-introduces-high-availability-micro-kubernetes/
    A Massive KDE Plasma 5.20 Released
    https://kde.org/announcements/plasma-5.20.0
    Big Changes in the Nextcloud Hub 20 Release
    https://nextcloud.com/blog/nextcloud-hub-20-debuts-dashboard-unifies-search-and-notifications-integrates-with-other-technologies/
    The Linux Foundation Announces the Open Governance Network Model
    https://www.linux.com/news/introducing-the-open-governance-network-model/
    LibreOffice’s Mike Saunters Pens Open Letter to OpenOffice
    https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2020/10/12/open-letter-to-apache-openoffice/
    Intel Reports Bugs In Linux Bluetooth Stack
    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/security-center/advisory/intel-sa-00435.html
    Linux Kernel 5.9 Out
    https://linuxreviews.org/Linux_5.9_Is_Released_With_New_Drivers,_Improved_AMD_GPU_Support,_And_Support_The_x86-64_FSGSBASE_CPU_Instructions
    ChromeOS 86 Out
    https://9to5linux.com/chrome-os-86-rolls-out-with-linux-support-for-debian-gnu-linux-10-buster

    Oracle Linux 7 Update 9 Out
    https://blogs.oracle.com/linux/announcing-the-release-of-oracle-linux-7-update-9

    Redo Rescue 3.0 Out
    http://redorescue.com/

    Rescuezilla 2.0 Out
    https://github.com/rescuezilla/rescuezilla/releases/tag/2.0

    IPFire 2.25 Core Update 150 Out
    https://blog.ipfire.org/post/ipfire-2-25-core-update-150-released

    Krita 4.4.0 Out
    https://krita.org/en/item/krita-4-4-0-released/

    Gnome 3.38.1 Out
    https://download.gnome.org/core/3.38/3.38.1/NEWS

    Nvidia’s Short Live Driver 455.28 Out
    https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/165689/en-us

    The Free Software Foundation is 35 and KDE is 24
    https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/fsf-at-35-join-us-in-celebrating-the-incredible-community
    https://twitter.com/kdecommunity/status/1316331027330203648?s=20

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Music Production on Guix System

The working title “Ode to One Two Oh” was an obvious choice, being a quasi-palindrome, and its five syllables suggested a time signature of 5/4. Where to from here? As I stared at my Emacs session with a Guile REPL (read, eval, print, loop) buffer I tried to recall what the letters “REPL” stand for. Clearly, in my case the “P” was for “Procrastination”, but what about the others? I had stumbled upon the chorus: a description of the Guix development process. Contribute as others before us have shared their contributions (Reciprocation), review patches and discuss (Evaluation), hack on something else (Procrastination), and repeat (Loop). The words suggested a simple descending melody, which would need to be elevated by a somewhat less simple chord progression. After trying out a few harmonies on the Grand Stick I remembered how terrible my memory was and decided that I would need to scatter the harmonies onto a canvas, listen to the whole progression, and adjust the lines as needed — all without having to build up muscle memory for harmonies and progressions I may very well end up discarding in the process. This is where my composition workflow probably deviates from most other people. Many would use a MIDI sequencer for that kind of approach, whereas I decided to hone in on the exact harmonies with an unlikely tool: the unparalleled music engraving application Lilypond. Lilypond sports a versatile language that covers primitive note input, the means of combining them to larger phrases and musical ideas, and the means of abstraction — it allows for musical ideas to be named and recombined in different shapes. For everything the language doesn’t account for with specialized syntax I can simply switch to Guile Scheme. No other notation software is as flexible and malleable as Lilypond. I let it generate both sheet music and a MIDI file — the sheet music is displayed in a PDF viewer in Emacs and the MIDI file sent to fluidsynth (because I trust my ears over my eyes). Read more

Proxmox VE 6.3 released

we have just released version 6.3 of our virtualization platform Proxmox VE. This release now integrates the stable version 1.0 of our new Proxmox Backup Server so that you can easily back up and restore your VMs and containers. Also, the stable Ceph Octopus is supported, and you can select your preferred Ceph version during the installation process in the GUI. We hope you like it! Read more

Videos/Audiocasts/Shows: PulseAudio, Ubuntu Podcast, and BSD Now

  • Does Pulse Audio Deserve The Hate It Gets? - YouTube

    In today's video we're going to talk about Pulse Audio specifically how Pulse Audio gets a lot of hate for being a terrible linux sound system and whether a lot of this hate is actually very justified.

  • Ubuntu Podcast S13E36 – Singing at the dinner table

    This week we have been playing DRAG. We discuss what we’ve been doing during lock down, bring you an extension of love, go over all your wonderful feedback and take a trip to ThinkPad corner. It’s Season 13 Episode 36 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain.

  • BSD Now 378: Networknomicon

    Interview with Michael W. Lucas: SNMP and TLS book, cashflow for creators, book sale and more.

PHP 8.0 Released

PHP 8.0 is a major update of the PHP language. It contains many new features and optimizations including named arguments, union types, attributes, constructor property promotion, match expression, nullsafe operator, JIT, and improvements in the type system, error handling, and consistency. Read more Also: PHP 8.0 Officially Released With Many Language Additions, Better Performance