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Integrate Nextcloud with ONLYOFFICE Docs on Your Linux Server

Nextcloud can do more than file-sharing and file storage when you integrate it with third-party services. Learn how to integrate Nextcloud with ONLYOFFICE docs on your Linux server here.

Hledger – A Plain Text Accounting Tool for Linux Terminal

Accounting software can get very expensive and complicated to use. Learn more about Hledger, a plain text accounting tool for Linux, here.

Ubuntu Officially Supported on StarFive’s RISC-V Single-Board Computers

RISC-V hardware is becoming more and more popular. As such, Canonical has partnered with StarFive for Ubuntu support. Learn more here.

Top Linux Distributions for Students in 2022

Linux distributions for students should emphasize usability, customizability, and stability. Learn about the top Linux distributions for students here.

Krita 5.1 Released with JPEG-XL Support, Full WebP Support, More

Krita 5.1 arrives nearly eight months after Krita 5.0 and introduces a lot of cool and useful changes, starting with initial support for the JPEG-XL file format. Learn more here.

KDE Gear 22.08 Arrives with XDG Portals Support, Other Features

KDE Gear 22.08 is here with many goodies for your favorite KDE apps, starting with support for the XDG Portals interface. Learn more here.

LibreOffice 7.4 Open-Source Office Suite Released, This Is What’s New

Coming six and a half months after LibreOffice 7.3, the LibreOffice 7.4 release is here with lots of goodies for open–source office suite users.

New Linux Exploit ‘Dirty Cred’ Revealed at Black Hat

A new Linux kernel exploit called Dirty Cred was revealed at last week’s Black Hat security conference. Get the details here.

How to Install VS Code on Ubuntu 22.04: A Step-by-Step Guide

Visual Studio Code (often abbreviated as VS Code) is a free, cross-platform, and open-source code editor. Learn how to install VS Code on Ubuntu 22.04 here.

Debian GNU/Linux Turned 29, Happy Birthday!

29 years ago, Debian GNU/Linux, one of the oldest and most popular Linux distributions, began. Happy 29th birthday, Debian GNU/Linux!

How to Recover Lost and Deleted Data in Linux

Data can be lost or deleted in a variety of scenarios. In this tutorial, learn how to recover lost and deleted data in Linux.

How to Install MySQL 8.0 Community Edition on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

MySQL is a free, open-source database management system. Learn how to install MySQL 8.0 Community Edition on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS here.

Google Releases Android 13 with Improved Privacy and Security Features

Google has released Android 13, and it is already rolling out to eligible Pixel smartphones. Learn about privacy and security features of the new release here.

Top 5 Most Secure Browsers for Linux

Secure browsers are important to secure operating systems. In this article, we will guide you through the most secure browsers for Linux.

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