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Linux Kernel 5.6 Released With Mainline Support For WireGuard, Amazon Echo, And More

Following the tradition of shipping a new kernel version every two months, Torvalds has released Linux Kernel 5.6. The latest…

March 30, 2020
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Biohackathon: GNU/Linux Debian Join Hands To Fight COVID-19

According to Telegraph, one-fifth of the world's population is under lockdown in the fight against the COVID-19. Consequently, almost all…

March 28, 2020
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Official Ubuntu Flavors Urges Devs To Join ‘Ubuntu Testing Week’

A large family of Ubuntu Linux desktops is ready to join Ubuntu testing week starting on April 02, 2020. On…

March 28, 2020
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Plasma BigScreen — A Brand New Free Linux Desktop For Smart TVs

Gone are the days when televisions were only used for broadcasting programs by third parties. Now, anyone can turn their…

March 27, 2020
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iOS 13 Bug Is Blocking VPNs From Fully Encrypting Traffic; No Patch Yet

An unpatched iOS 13 bug is preventing VPNs from encrypting all traffic. This is causing some internet connections to bypass…

March 27, 2020
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10 Most Popular Programming Languages In 2020: Learn To Code

For beginners in the world of programming, the biggest dilemma is to decide where to begin or which popular language…

March 26, 2020
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Bodhi Linux 5.1 Is Out With Latest Hardware Support And Kernel Updates

Not all operating systems can run on old computers. But thanks to the Linux community, which develops various lightweight Linux…

March 26, 2020
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Tsurugi Linux Review: A Linux Distro For Digital Forensics, OSINT, And More

Finding the best operating system always depends on the purpose and our work domain. If we need an OS for…

March 25, 2020
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Oracle Releases New Update 3 Of Unbreakable Enterprise Linux Kernel 5

Most people may not have heard about the influence of Oracle in the Linux community. If you're not aware, Oracle…

March 25, 2020
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Piranha Is An Open Source Tool That Automatically Deletes Obsolete Code

Uber has open-sourced a tool named Piranha that automatically deletes unused and obsolete code from app codebases. The ride-sharing company…

March 24, 2020