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Typesetter is an open source CMS written in PHP that allows website developers to create feature rich and flexible websites using an easy to use true WYSIWYG editor. It uses flat file storage, and this is one of the main differences between Typesetter and other content management systems, so there is no need of database to store and retrieve the actual data.
Also in today's open source roundup: Facebook will remove conversations from its mobile website to force Android users to install its Messenger app, and how to build a Linux router from scratch.
This guide shows how to use Windows 10 to create a Linux Mint bootable USB drive. It also shows how to boot into Linux Mint on UEFI based hardware.