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Originally released in 1991, Linux is the most used and best known FLOSS operating system. Everyone has the freedom to use it, see how it works and change it. Did you know SaidIt depends on Ubuntu, a Linux distribution?
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Is there hope for Linux on smartphones?
submitted 2 days ago by Drewski from media.ccc.de
Linux lived, Linux is alive, Linux will live
submitted 4 days ago by TheRealPanzer from archive.ph
Official Ubuntu Blog Has Just Promoted Microsoft Windows+Systemd
submitted 4 days ago by TheRealPanzer from techrights.org
How I manage my passwords
submitted 6 days ago by TheRealPanzer from bitspook.in
Troubleshooting deadlock in an Apache opensource library
submitted 11 days ago by mercy from blog.ycrash.io
General guide hardening Linux, not only arch
submitted 16 days ago by GeorgeCarlin from wiki.archlinux.org
Why Ubuntu Isn’t a Flagship Linux Desktop Distribution Anymore
submitted 21 days ago by TheRealPanzer from linuxiac.com
Linux on Desktop is Not Ready, and may Never Be
submitted 24 days ago by TheRealPanzer from archive.ph
Hawck - a user-friendly Linux alternative to AutoHotkey, but this time with a sane scripting language
submitted 24 days ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
AHK_X11 - AutoHotkey for Linux
submitted 25 days ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
Flatpak Is Not the Future
submitted 26 days ago by TheRealPanzer from ludocode.com
The 'Linux' Foundation is Working Against Linux for People Who Reject Linux
submitted 26 days ago by TheRealPanzer from techrights.org
Debian to Send Search Queries of Debian Users Worldwide to Microsoft Servers in Order to Get Brainwashed/Manipulated by Microsoft Bing (While Being Spied on by Microsoft and US Intelligence Agencies)
Nix/NixOS on the way to be the first IPFS powered package manager and GNU/Linux distribution: IPFS Grants Platform for Nix was accepted
submitted 27 days ago by TheRealPanzer from discourse.nixos.org
Distrotest is gone
submitted 28 days ago by TheRealPanzer from distrotest.net
GNU/Linux Market Share Worldwide, Based on 3 Million Sites’ Logs, Rose to All-Time High (3%) This Month
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from techrights.org
How do you mitigate the effects of your Emacs pinky ?
submitted 1 month ago * by GeorgeCarlin from self.Linux
UwUntu Linux - The Operating System for Weeaboos (oh boy)
submitted 1 month ago by Optimus85 from youtube.com
Peppermint OS Now Also Offers a Systemd-free Devuan Variant
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from news.itsfoss.com
Everyone Hates systemd - exploring one of Linux’s most heated holy wars
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from betterprogramming.pub
Debian Cannot Keep Burying the Inconvenient Facts
JVM c1, c2 compiler thread – high CPU consumption?
submitted 1 month ago by mercy from blog.ycrash.io
It's Time to Ditch 32-Bit Linux for 64-Bit
FWCloud - a one web interface to manage and monitor all your firewalls
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from fwcloud.net
Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide - an in-depth exploration of the art of shell scripting
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from tldp.org
Linux 6.0 arrives with performance improvements (AMD GPU related) and more Rust coming
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from zdnet.com
Cypht is like a news reader, but for E-mail. Cypht does not replace your existing accounts - it combines them into one. And it's also a news reader.
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from cypht.org
2022 hardcore list of linux distributions without elogind and other systemd parts
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from sysdfree.wordpress.com
How to filter blue light on Linux systems to reduce strain on eyes
submitted 1 month ago by GeorgeCarlin from how2shout.com
Run Linux on Electric Objects EO1 Wall Computer
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from charlieharrington.com
COPR - Fedora's Answer To The Arch User Repository
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from copr.fedorainfracloud.org
GNOME To Warn Users If Secure Boot Disabled
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from phoronix.com
Linux Sucks 2022 - "This time it's personal."
submitted 1 month ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
Upgrading from Debian Jessie to Bullseye after nearly 30 years
submitted 1 month ago by TheRealPanzer from diziet.dreamwidth.org
I Raised My Kids On the Command Line...and They Love It
submitted 2 months ago by Drewski from lifehacker.com
5 Best Vector Graphics Editors for Linux
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from itsfoss.com
15 Most Popular Open Source Linux Shells
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from ubuntupit.com
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from alpinelinux.org
Aergo Blockchain Kernel
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from github.com
The Linux Desktop is Hard to Love
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from tdarb.org
The Linux Game Book is an open source database in which you will find 3849 Linux games and 851 tools (engines, emulators, …), with usefull links, help (to install some games & tools), tests & videos.
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from lebottindesjeuxlinux.tuxfamily.org
Hostsblock is a bash script designed to take advantage of /etc/hosts file to provide system-wide blocking of internet advertisements, malicious domains, trackers, and other undesirable content
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
Production has begun for Popcorn Pocket PC, a handheld Linux computer with a 5-inch 1080p display
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from blog.origin.popcorncomputer.com
pmiab is a simple bash script that blocks ads and other unwanted nasty stuff and makes surfing the ocean of Internet faster, better and safer experience.
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from awesomeopensource.com
How to protect Linux against rogue USB devices using USBGuard
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from cyberciti.biz
Linux ARM Notebooks
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from makeuseof.com
Tuxedo Linux Computers
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from tuxedocomputers.com
BG-Rescue Linux is a very small Linux distribution (download-size < 20MB) which is intended mainly for rescue purposes.
submitted 2 months ago by TheRealPanzer from giannone.ch
What is ‘Load Average’?
submitted 2 months ago by johny_josi from blog.ycrash.io
8 Best Free Linux Calculators (Updated 2019)
submitted 2 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from linuxlinks.com
Mabel is a BitTorrent client for the terminal
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
Symbiote Linux Malware campaign has been targeting Brazilian banking and federal police, and is very hard to detect
submitted 3 months ago by infocom6502 from blogs.blackberry.com
"Make Linux fast again" for mortals
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from transformingembedded.sigmatechnology.se
Wayland Isn't Going to Save The Linux Desktop
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from dudemanguy.github.io
sdorfehs is a tiling window manager descended from ratpoison
submitted 3 months ago by LarrySwinger2 from github.com
Bryan Lunduke - Linux Sucks 2022
submitted 3 months ago by Drewski from odysee.com
"I love the Linux desktop, but that doesn't mean I don't see its problems all too well"
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from theregister.com
How would you handle user access to "sudo" in a hypothetical decentralized software management ?
submitted 3 months ago by GeorgeCarlin from self.Linux
SLAX effectively (but not actually) bricked one of my devices
submitted 3 months ago by Anman from self.Linux
System CPU time – ‘sys’ time in top
submitted 3 months ago by johny_josi from blog.ycrash.io
Nala is a frontend for apt so that a user can have prettier output, faster downloads of packages, and a history
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from gitlab.com
Briar Desktop is now available for download as .deb and .jar files for Linux operating systems.
submitted 3 months ago by TheRealPanzer from briarproject.org
PDFrankenstein is a GUI tool that intends to fill the gap on Linux where a good capable PDF annotator like Adobe Acrobat does not exist.
submitted 4 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
The sad state of Linux desktop diversity: 21 environments, just 2 designs
submitted 4 months ago by TheRealPanzer from theregister.com
The Linux Security Circus: On GUI isolation
submitted 4 months ago by LarrySwinger2 from theinvisiblethings.blogspot.com
links-hacked: the Links browser extended to be feature rich
submitted 4 months ago by LarrySwinger2 from web.archive.org
Nyttig can quickly transform a Raspberry Pi into a no-frills personal micro server. So whether you just want to turn a Raspberry Pi into a radio streaming device, or you plan to develop an all-in-one platform that can handle a variety of tasks, Nyttig might be just what you need.
submitted 4 months ago by TheRealPanzer from gitlab.com
Tangram is a new kind of browser. It is designed to organize and run your Web applications. Each tab is persistent and independent. You can set multiple tabs with different accounts for the same application.
Maltrail is a malicious traffic detection system, utilizing publicly available (black)lists containing malicious and/or generally suspicious trails, along with static trails compiled from various AV reports and custom user defined lists.
bauh is a graphical interface for managing your Linux software. It currently supports the following formats: AppImage, ArchLinux packages (including AUR), Debian packages, Flatpak, Snap and Web applications.
Chinese government to dump Windows in favor of Linux
submitted 4 months ago by Drewski from neowin.net
Ubuntu 22.04: An Excellent Linux Distro
submitted 5 months ago by Gravi from youtube.com
Ubuntu market-share is in a nosedive (and that's ok)
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from lunduke.substack.com
EasyOS is an experimental Linux distribution that uses many technologies and package formats pioneered by Puppy Linux.
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from easyos.org
Does KDE/Plasma/QT5 not have an option to change the width of scrollbars and disable smooth scrolling?
submitted 5 months ago by m68k from self.Linux
The flaws of distro hopping and asking other people about their OS of choice
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from unixsheikh.com
unsnap - quickly migrate from using snap packages to flatpaks
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
Using Tool-X you can install almost 370+ hacking tools in Termux app and other Linux based distributions.
Shortwave is an internet radio player that provides access to a station database with over 25,000 stations.
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from flathub.org
"This is a collection of the tweaks and modification I've made to my Arch Linux installation over the months."
submitted 5 months ago by TheRealPanzer from gist.github.com
Ubuntu is now (unofficially) provided as a rolling release distribution
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from rollingrhinoremix.github.io
apt-offline - install/upgrade packages, and their dependencies, on a Debian box with no direct internet connection
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
HiddenWall - hide your custom firewall in Linux kernel
Portable binaries for Linux - easily download Linux binaries that work across multiple distributions and versions
submitted 6 months ago by TheRealPanzer from s.minos.io
Gatekeeper is the first open source DoS protection system
submitted 7 months ago by TheRealPanzer from github.com
If you know anything about early Linux, you know what Linux LiveCDs are. But what was the first Linux LiveCD? If you said Yggdrasil Plug and Play Linux, then you either like pain, or you know your Linux history. In either case, you are in good company. The Forgotten Secrets of Yggdrasil Linux.
submitted 7 months ago by Chipit from youtu.be
MX Linux 21: An Increasingly Popular Distro
submitted 7 months ago by Gravi from youtube.com
Experimental PineNote E-Reader Now Available for $399
submitted 7 months ago by Antarchomachus from pcmag.com
Exodus - Painless relocation of Linux binaries–and all of their dependencies–without containers
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from github.com
4nonimizer - a bash script for anonymizing the public IP used to browsing Internet, managing the connection to TOR network and to different VPNs providers
picosnitch - protect your privacy, see which applications make remote network connections
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from elesiuta.github.io
porthogs - find which processes are hogging what ports
Distrobox - use any Linux distribution inside your terminal
AppImage Pool helps you find and download App Images
GNOME Linux — A Complete Disaster?
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from medium.com
XanMod is a general-purpose Linux kernel distribution with custom settings and new features
submitted 7 months ago by [deleted] from xanmod.org
A bug lurking for 12 years gives attackers root on every major Linux distro
submitted 8 months ago by zyxzevn from arstechnica.com
submitted 8 months ago by Gravi from youtube.com
My 70 year old mother has been using Linux on the desktop for the past 21 years
submitted 8 months ago by Drewski from unixsheikh.com