xmodulo: learn how to use zsync
With updated dependencies on board and numerous bug fixes, Cinnamon 3.0 comes with multiple new features
Today the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and the GNU Project announced evaluations of several major repository-hosting services according to the standards of the GNU Ethical Criteria for Code Repositories. Released in 2015, these criteria grade code-hosting services for their commitment to user privacy and freedom. At the time of publication, Savannah and GitLab have met or surpassed the baseline standards of the criteria.
"Unix Power Tools" is still useful, however it appears that the latest edition is from a very dated 2002:
(link here: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596003302.do)
I was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for something as exhaustive and awesome as above book, but more modernized? Alternatively, does anyone know if a refresh is planned?submitted by /u/TorontosaurusHex
How open is Android, Google's Linux-based mobile operating system? That's a question European regulators are now asking as they level antitrust charges against Alphabet, Google's parent company. To gain some perspective on the issue, a brief history of Android and its role in the open source ecosystem is in order.
The second point release of the GNU/Linux operating system, Solus 1.2, is coming next month, in May, with multilib support
GNOME's Epiphany web-browser has done its first development release in the GNOME 3.21 series, which is culminating with the GNOME 3.22 release this September.
Some of the changes to find with Epiphany 3.21.1 include "paste and go" support for the address bar, allow opening WebP files with the open dialog, redesigned error pages, a Duplicate Tab menu item for tabs, various fixes, updated translations, and more.