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All Things Open: Diversity Event Today – Big Top Goes Up Monday!

As ATO moves back to being an in-person event, it’s not forgetting those who still need to stay at home — by live streaming the entire event, along with many hours of additional content only available online.

PinePhone Pro Linux Smartphone Is Now Available for Pre-Order

The PINE64, the hardcore nerds behind Linux-powered hardware, has just announced the PinePhone Pro. The PinePhone Pro costs $399 and is designed to be user-repairable. The spare parts will be sold through the Pine Store.

Here are 5 Linux-based Tablets

There are Linux laptops, Linux mini PCs, and Linux Phones. What about Linux-based tablets? What if you want to use a real Linux on a tab? Here are your options.

Linux Kernel Concurrency Cheat Sheet

Navigating Linux kernel APIs can be very time-consuming, so Linux ksplice guru Vegard Nossum put together a very handy time-saving cheat sheet to help traversing Linux kernel concurrency primitives. As a child, I spent countless hours playing games on my Nintendo Game Boy. As I grew older and started programming...

Malicious packages mitmproxy2 and mitmproxy-iframe removed from PyPI directory

The author of mitmproxy, a tool for analyzing HTTP / HTTPS traffic, drew attention to the appearance of a fork of his project in the Python Package Index (PyPI) directory. The fork was distributed under the similar name mitmproxy2 and the non-existent version 8.0.1 (current release of mitmproxy 7.0.4)...

9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: October 17th, 2021

This week was all about Ubuntu 21.10, but we also saw some big announcements starting with the release of the KDE Plasma 5.23 desktop enviornment and the launch of the PinePhone Pro Linux smartphone, and continuing with several great distro releases like the systemd-free Devuan GNU+Linux 4.0 and KaOS...

The Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation has Developed an Open License

In the git repository of the software complex “Data showcases of the NSUD”, developed by order of the Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation, the text of the license entitled “State open license, version 1.1” was found. According to the explanatory text, the rights to the text of...

How to Install Apache Spark on Debian 11

Apache Spark is a free, open-source, general-purpose, and distributed computational framework that is created to provide faster computational results. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Apache Spark on Debian 11.

DearPyGui 1.0.0 User Interface Toolkit Released

Check out Dear PyGui 1.0.0 (the DPG), a cross-platform toolkit for GUI development in Python. The most important feature of the project is the use of multithreading and outsourcing of operations to the GPU to speed up rendering. The key goal of shaping the 1.0.0 release is to stabilize...

How to Install MATE Desktop 1.26 on Fedora 35

In the following tutorial, you will learn how to install the latest stable MATE Desktop 1.26 on Fedora 35.

Stardust Systems Doesn’t Care if You Pay for its Product

Two networking industry veterans have launched a network observability startup based on an open source model, with users paying for a fully supported enterprise version if needed. Dinesh Dutt, former chief scientist at Cumulus Networks and a Cisco fellow who helped design many of the networking giant’s ASICs, and Neela...

OpenBSD 7.0 Released

OpenBSD has introduced a release of the free cross-platform UNIX-like operating system OpenBSD 7.0. It is noted that these are 51 issues of the project, which will turn 26 on October 18. The OpenBSD project was founded by Theo de Raadt in 1995 after a conflict with the NetBSD developers,...

Excellent System Utilities: Pingnoo – traceroute/ping analyser

This article looks at Pingnoo, an open-source cross-platform application for analysing and measuring the round trip time (latency) between two hosts. It offers a graphical representation for traceroute and ping output.

How to Access Remote Desktop from Browser Using TightVNC

VNC stands for (Virtual Network Computing) is an open-source graphical desktop sharing tool for managing and control machines remotely using a VNC client called VNC Viewer. You must install a VNC client on your machine to access remote desktops, but what if you don’t want to install a VNC client...

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