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Samba 4.15 Ships with a Modernized Virtual File System Modules

For those using Samba as the open-source implementation of SMB/CIFS and allowing for file/print sharing with Microsoft Windows systems, Samba 4.15 is now available as the latest release for improving Windows interoperability on Linux and other platforms.

Testing and Download the KDE Plasma 5.23 Beta Desktop Environment

A beta version of the custom Plasma 5.23 shell is available for testing. You can test the new release through the Live build from the openSUSE project and the build from the project KDE Neon Testing edition.

How to Merge Multiple PDF Files into One PDF in Linux

PDF, or Portable Document Format files, have more to offer to users apart from the obvious advantages of being easily printable and shareable over a network. There are also ways to manage and consolidate several PDF files in one location. In this tutorial, learn how to merge multiple PDF...

Telegram Desktop 3.1 Introduces Interactive Emoji, Live Stream Recording, and More

Telegram Desktop 3.1 is here with some pretty cool new features: the ability to record live streams and video chats in a group or channel with options to record video and audio or only audio saved in your admin’s Saved Messages panel, as well as support for read receipts...

SparkyLinux 2021.09 Released Based on Debian 12 “Bookworm”

The SparkyLinux project has developed a lightweight distribution based on Debian, called SparkyLinux 2021.09. The Sparky team has published a new update to the distribution’s semi-rolling branch, which presents users with software from Debian’s development “Bookworm” branch. Learn more about the new release here.

How to Auto Log Out Inactive Users After a Period of Time in Linux

This brief tutorial describes how to auto log out inactive users after a particular period of time in Linux and Unix-like operating systems.

Kali Linux 2021.3 Released, You Can Run It on Your TicHunter Pro Smartwatch

The third release of the year, Kali Linux 2021.3 is here to introduce the world’s first Kali Linux-powered smartwatch, the TicHunter Pro. The implementation is still in its infancy, so you’ll only get support for USB attacks and various basic functions, but hey, you’re running Kali Linux on your...

How to Detect a Linux Physical Cable Connection

If you’ve ever needed to know whether a physical cable is connected to a network port on your Linux system, you don’t necessarily need to be right in front of the computer or server to check. There are several methods we can use from the Linux command line in order...

Ventoy Now Available With GUI

Ventoy is an open source tool for creating bootable USB drives. It was originally released as a command line program. A web UI was introduced later in March this year, but it wasn’t really functional or easy to use. These days the developers have announced the first version of...

Ubuntu 18.04.6 Update Available Download with Security fixes

The Ubuntu team has announced an updated version of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, Ubuntu 18.04.6, is now available. The new media includes a security fix for the BootHole security issues. Learn more about the new release here.

15 Practical Examples of ‘echo’ Command in Linux

The echo command is one of the most commonly and widely used built-in commands for Linux bash and C shells, typically used in a scripting language and batch files to display a line of text/string on standard output or a file. Learn more about echo command here.

KDE Plasma 5.23 “25th Anniversary Edition” Enters Public Beta Testing, Here’s What’s New

Since KDE Plasma 5.23 will be released in celebration of the project’s 25th anniversary, it’s obvious that it will be a great release that introduces better support for the next-generation Wayland display server, making Plasma desktop more stable, faster, and reliable. The Plasma Wayland improvements include the middle-click paste and...

How To List Installed Packages In Linux

This brief guide explains how to list all installed packages in various Linux distributions, from the command line, with examples.

Attackers Exploit OMIGOD Flaw in Azure Despite Microsoft Fixes

Cybercriminals are targeting Linux-based servers running Microsoft’s Azure public cloud environment that are vulnerable to flaws, after Microsoft didn’t automatically apply a patch on affected clients in its infrastructure. According to cybersecurity firm Recorded Future, the attacks began the night of Sept. 16 after a proof-of-concept exploit was published earlier...

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