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Explained! The Concept of Keyring in Ubuntu Linux
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If you use automatic login in Ubuntu or other Linux distributions, you might have come across a pop-up message of this sort:Enter password to unlock your login keyringThe login keyring did not get ...
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How to Install Microsoft Fonts on Ubuntu Linux [Easy Way]
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If you open some Microsoft documents in LibreOffice on Linux, you’ll notice that the fonts look a bit different. You’ll also notice that you cannot find common fonts like Times New Roman, Arial ...
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Turn Your Regular TV into a Smart TV With KDE Plasma Bigscreen
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Brief: KDE’s upcoming Plasma Bigscreen project lets you use open source technologies to turn your regular TV into a smart one. Smart TVs are the new normal these days. Mostly based on Android, these ...
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SUSE Offers Free Infrastructure Support to Fight Coronavirus
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Brief: SUSE is offering free support for its Linux Enterprise Server and container and cloud technologies to any organization building medical devices to fight the Coronavirus.SUSE is one of the ...
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How to Protect Your Email Inbox From Spammers
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Brief: SimpleLogin is an open-source service to help you protect your email address by giving you a permanent alias email address. Normally, you have to use your real email address to sign up for ...
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Ubuntu 19.04 Has Reached End of Life! Here’s What You Should Do
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Brief: Ubuntu 19.04 has reached the end of life on 23rd January 2020. This means that systems running Ubuntu 19.04 won’t receive security and maintenance updates anymore and thus leaving them ...
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PaperWM, the Tiling Window Manager for GNOME
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Lately, tiling window managers have been gaining popularity even among the regular desktop Linux users. Unfortunately, it can be difficult and time-consuming for a user to install and set up a tiling ...
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NVIDIA’s Cloud Gaming Service Shamelessly Ignores Linux
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NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW cloud gaming service is something promising for gamers who probably don’t have the hardware but want to experience the latest and greatest games with the best possible experience ...
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What is WireGuard? Why Linux Users Going Crazy Over it?
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From normal Linux users to Linux creator Linus Torvalds, everyone is in awe of WireGuard. What is WireGuard and what makes it so special?What is WireGuard?WireGuard is an easy to configure, fast, and ...
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Top 7 Best Open Source Ecommerce Platforms in 2020
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In an earlier article, I listed some of the best open-source CMS options available out there. These CMS software, as the name suggests, are more suitable for content focused websites.But what if you ...
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Install All Media Codecs in Ubuntu With a Single Command
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If you have just installed Ubuntu or some other Ubuntu flavors like Kubuntu, Lubuntu etc, you’ll notice that your system doesn’t play some audio or video file.For video files, you can install VLC on ...
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Dino is a Modern Looking Open Source XMPP Client
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Brief: Dino is a relatively new open-source XMPP client that tries to offer a good user experience while encouraging privacy-focused users to utilize XMPP for messaging.Dino: An Open Source XMPP ...
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How to Change the Default Terminal in Ubuntu
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Terminal is a crucial part of any Linux system. It allows you to access your Linux systems through a shell. There are several terminal applications (technically called terminal emulators) on ...
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Crowdfunding Campaign to Build an Open Source App Center
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Brief: elementary OS is building an app center ecosystem where you can buy open source applications for your Linux distribution.Crowdfunding to build an open source AppCenter for everyoneelementary ...
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OpenShot 2.5 Release Brings Hardware Acceleration Among Other Features
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OpenShot is one of the best open-source video editors out there. With all the features that it offered – it was already a good video editor on Linux.Now, with a major update to it (v.2.5.0), OpenShot ...
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KDE Plasma 5.18 LTS Released With New Features
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KDE plasma desktop is undoubtedly one of the most impressive Linux desktop environments available out there right now.Now, with the latest release, the KDE Plasma desktop just got more awesome!KDE ...
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Interacting with Simon Peter, the creator of AppImage
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As a Linux user, you might have come across AppImages. This is a portable packaging format that allows you to run an application on any Linux distribution.Using AppImage is really simple. You just ...
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Here Are The Most Beautiful Linux Distributions in 2020
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It’s a no-brainer that there’s a Linux distribution for every user – no matter what they prefer or what they want to do.Starting out with Linux? You can go with the Linux distributions for beginners. ...
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MyPaint 2.0 is Here With Brushes, Python 3 Support and More Features
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Brief: Open source painting application MyPaint 2.0 has been released with new features and improvements. Check out what’s new and how to get the latest MyPaint on Linux.MyPaint 2.0MyPaint 2.0MyPaint ...
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Waterfox: Firefox Fork With Legacy Add-ons Options
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Brief: In this week’s open source software highlight, we take a look at a Firefox-based browser that supports legacy extensions that Firefox no longer supports while potentially providing fast user ...
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How to Install the Latest Git Version on Ubuntu
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Installing Git on Ubuntu is very easy. It is available in the main repository of Ubuntu and you can install it using the apt command like this:sudo apt install gitEasy? Isn’t it?There is only a ...
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Oracle Announces Java 14! How to Install it on Ubuntu Linux
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Recently, Oracle announced the general availability of Java 14 (or the Oracle JDK 14). If you are someone who wants to have the latest and greatest to experiment and develop stuff – you can try ...
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Discussing Past, Present and Future of FreeBSD Project
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FreeBSD is one of the most popular BSD distributions. It is used on desktop, servers and embedded devices for more than two decades.We talked to Deb Goodkin, executive director, FreeBSD Foundation ...
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17 Cool Arduino Projects in 2020 [For Beginners & Experts]
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Arduino is an open-source electronics platform that combines both open source software and hardware to let people make interactive projects with ease. You can get Arduino-compatible single board ...
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Free and Open Source Screencasting Tool
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Brief: Vokoscreen, open source screencasting tool, has been reborn as vokoscreenNG. It is created from scratch using Qt and GStreamer. In this week’s open source software highlight, let’s take a look ...
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