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LibreOffice 6.2 is Here: This is the Last Release with 32-bit Binaries

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LibreOffice is my favorite office suite as a free and powerful alternative to Microsoft Office tools on Linux. Even when I use my Windows machine – I prefer to have LibreOffice installed instead of Microsoft Office tools any day. Now, with the recent LibreOffice 6.2 update, there’s a lot of good stuff to talk about along with the bad news. … Read More

Ubuntu 14.04 is Reaching the End of Life. Here are Your Options

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Ubuntu 14.04 is reaching its end of life on April 30, 2019. This means there will be no security and maintenance updates for Ubuntu 14.04 users beyond this date. You won’t even get updates for installed applications and you won’t be able to install a new application using apt command or the Software Center without manually modifying the sources.list. Ubuntu … Read More

System76’s Refreshed “Darter Pro” Linux Laptop Is Now Available for Sale

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Announced last week, System76’s refreshed “Darter Pro” Linux laptop is now available for sale with improved battery life and updated components. The Darter Pro 2019 laptop is finally here to address the shortcomings of the previous model. It features a larger, long-lasting battery, smaller bezels, and a tactile, multi-color backlit chicklet keyboard, as well as upgraded internals to make it … Read More

Purism Wants to Teach You How to Create Games for Its Librem 5 Linux Smartphone

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Purism, the computer manufacturer known for it’s high-quality, privacy-focused laptops powered by a Linux-based operating system, announced an upcoming partnership with Gdquest. GDQuest, an indie game designing company, will be partnering with Purism in an attempt to teach you how to create games that would be playable on Purism’s upcoming Librem 5 Linux smartphone. GDquest’s founder Nathan Lovato will be … Read More

Red Hat introduces first Kubernetes-native IDE

Nicole ReddyNews

Containers and Kubernetes are great, but they didn’t have a native integrated development environment… until now. These days we often package our new programs in containers, and we then manage those containers with Kubernetes. That’s great as far as it goes, but if you’re a programmer, it’s still missing a vital part: An integrated development environment (IDE). Now, Red Hat … Read More

Wine 4.0 is Here with Significant New Features

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Not everyone prefers to use Wine. But, if you have a favourite app/service that is not yet available for Linux, you can try Wine in order to run Windows apps or games. For those who are not aware of Wine, it’s a software that lets you run Windows-only applications and games on Linux. Want iTune on Linux, Wine is your … Read More

Security researchers discover new Linux backdoor named SpeakUp

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SpeakUp backdoor trojan can run on six different Linux distributions, and even on macOS Hackers have developed a new backdoor trojan that is capable of running on Linux systems. Named SpeakUp, this malware is currently distributed to Linux servers mainly located in China. The hackers behind this recent wave of attacks are using an exploit for the ThinkPHP framework to … Read More

MakuluLinux Core OS Debuts With Impressive Desktop Design

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A new Linux OS gets to the core of Linux computing with a revamped desktop environment and a new way to have fun with your daily computing tasks. Developer Jacque Montague Raymer on Monday debuted the MakuluLinux Core OS. He hopes Core becomes the crown jewel of the Series 15 release family. MakuluLinux released the latest versions of family members … Read More

Necuno is a New Open Source Smartphone Running KDE

Nicole ReddyNews

It’s been more than two years since Ubuntu’s dream of creating a Linux smartphone was shattered. But it hasn’t discouraged others from trying their own hands on a Linux-based smartphone. Librem 5, the privacy-focused Linux-based smartphone, should be arriving in 2019. Even Pine64 is aiming for a budget Linux smartphone. And now one more player has joined the party. Finland … Read More

GameHub – An Unified Library To Put All Games Under One Roof

Nicole ReddyNews

GameHub is an unified gaming library that allows you to view, install, run and remove games on GNU/Linux operating system. It supports both native and non-native games from various sources including Steam, GOG, Humble Bundle, and Humble Trove etc. The non-native games are supported by Wine, Proton, DOSBox, ScummVM and RetroArch. It also allows you to add custom emulators and … Read More

Red Hat Advances Container Technology With Podman 1.0

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Red Hat’s competitive Docker container effort hits a major milestone with the release of Podman 1.0, which looks to provide improved performance and security for containers. Red Hat announced the 1.0 release of its open-source Podman project on Jan. 17, which provides a fully featured container engine. In Podman 1.0, Red Hat has integrated multiple core security capabilities in an … Read More

Microsoft is killing Windows 7, so you should switch to Netrunner 19.01 ‘Blackbird’ Linux distro now!

Nicole ReddyNews

Windows 7 is an excellent operating system. It is a no-nonsense computing experience that just works. There are no ugly live tiles or forced updates. Conversely, Windows 10 is largely trash. Don’t get me wrong, Microsoft’s latest operating system isn’t all bad, but it has many poor design choices, and the intrusive telemetry makes it feel like you are being … Read More

Linus Torvalds Finally Kicks Off Development of Linux 5.0, Coming March 2019

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After a long wait, we will finally be able to run the long-anticipated Linux 5.0 kernel on our Linux-powered computers as Linus Torvalds kicked off 2019 with the development cycle of Linux kernel 5.0. While not a special release, like many of you out there would have expected from such major milestone, Linux kernel 5.0 is coming in a few … Read More

Linux Kernel 4.20 Gets First Point Release, It’s Now Ready for Mass Deployments

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Two weeks after the launch of the Linux 4.20 kernel series, renowned kernel developer Greg Kroah-Hartman released today the first maintenance update, Linux 4.20.1, marking the new branch as stable and ready for mass deployments. The Linux 4.20 kernel series was released by Linus Torvalds on December 23rd, 2018, and it is currently the most advanced Linux kernel branch available … Read More