Sarvottam Kumar

Sarvottam Kumar
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Being a fossbyter, I cover the latest releases, news, information, and trends in the world of Linux and Open source.

Meet CutiePi: A 100% Open Source And Ultra-Portable Raspberry Pi Tablet

If you have ever used the most popular single-board computer, Raspberry Pi (RPi), you probably know that you need to carry...

Canonical Will No Longer Support Ubuntu 19.10 After July 17, 2020

Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, has officially announced that Ubuntu 19.10 "Eoan Ermine" will reach its end-of-life (EOL) on July 17,...

Linux Mint 20 “Ulyana” Review: The Most Complete OS For Everyone

Last week, Linux Mint founder Clement Lefebvre released the latest long-term version — Linux Mint 20 "Ulyana." Mint 20 is built on...

openSUSE Leap 15.2 Is Finally Out With AI, ML, DL, And...

The openSUSE team has finally announced a new stable version openSUSE Leap 15.2. The new release includes several security updates, bug fixes,...

Librem 14: Security-Focused Linux Laptop Now Available For Pre-Order

Are you looking for a laptop that respects your privacy and gives high security from cyberattacks? Check out the new privacy, freedom,...

Mageia 8 Alpha 1 Officially Released: A Fork Of Mandriva Linux...

Mageia Linux developer Donald Stewart has announced the availability of a new development version, Mageia 8 alpha 1. It is the first...

Meet Serpent OS: A Truly Modern Linux Distribution Under Development

Freedom to choose, customize, create, and distribute is what Linux is known for. That is why we have more than 500 active...

UbuntuEd 20.04: A New Educational Linux Distribution For All Students

Rudra Saraswat, a very young developer, has announced a new remix of Ubuntu called UbuntuEd. Earlier, he launched his own Ubuntu Unity...

Redditor Boots Linux Kernel 5.8 On 30-Year-Old Intel Processor via Floppy...

Do you remember your first PC on which you booted Linux from floppy? Well, Floppy disk is almost dead. The majority...

Meet ‘Rolling Rhino’: A Tool To Convert Ubuntu Linux Into ‘Rolling...

Unlike LTS (Long Term Support) or point release, a rolling release is a development cycle that continuously pushes new changes or package updates to...