Linux Mint 21.2 will be available in the Cinnamon edition, which is getting support for gestures on touchscreen devices. The post Linux Mint 21.2 With Cinnamon 5.8 Is Getting Support for Gestures appeared first on Linux Today.
GNOME 45 is planning to have a revamped display settings to make it easy for users to understand fractional scaling. The post GNOME 45 to Redesign Display Options, Fractional Scaling Tweaks appeared first on Linux Today.
Arch Linux 2023.06.01 is the first Arch Linux ISO release to be powered by the latest Linux 6.3 kernel series. The post Arch Linux 2023.06.01: First Arch Linux ISO Powered by Linux Kernel 6.3 appeared first on Linux Today.
The Galago Pro has now received the 13th Gen Intel Core “Raptor Lake” i5-13500H and i7-13700H processors. Learn more here. The post Galago Pro Linux Laptop Gets 13th Gen Intel H-Class CPUs appeared first on Linux Today.
PhotoPrism is an AI-powered photos app for the decentralized web. It uses modern technologies to tag and find pictures. Learn more here. The post PhotoPrism: AI-Powered Photos App appeared first on Linux Today.
This article will explore some of the top WordPress alternatives, helping you discover the best CMS platforms for your website. The post Top WordPress Alternatives: Find the Best CMS for Your Website appeared first on Linux Today.
Learn how to lock a system user’s account after a specifiable number of failed SSH login attempts in Red Hat-based distributions. The post How to Lock and Unlock User After Failed SSH Logins appeared first on Linux Today.
Learn why you might encounter the error Client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe when connecting a remote system via SSH and how to fix it. The post How to Fix SSH Client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe Error appeared first on Linux Today.
Learn how to enable fractional scaling in Fedora Linux Workstation with GNOME edition with additional instructions. The post Enable Fractional Scaling in Fedora with GNOME appeared first on Linux Today.
We compiled a list of the 10 best Linux distributions for everyone in 2023 based on their stability, attractiveness and time required to configure after installation. The Linux Distribution space is heavily fragmented to the point that a new fork is being created almost daily. Very few of them are unique and bring something different… […]
In this guide, you will learn how to share a folder between Windows guest, running under a Linux host – such as Fedora, Ubuntu or Linux Mint using KVM. The virt-manager application (with libvirt) and packages provide a flexible set of tools to manage virtual machines in Linux. It is free and open-source and used… […]
A complete guide to install Windows as a guest operating system in Ubuntu, Linux Mint host using the open-source virt-manager (KVM/Qemu/libvirt). If you are planning to get rid of Windows completely but want to access Windows-specific applications while being in Ubuntu, then it’s easier to try it out in a virtual machine. Although there are… […]
We list the six best Python code editor(s) for Ubuntu and other Linux distros and Windows in 2023. Python is everywhere today, and it is arguably the C programming language of the modern era. You can find Python everywhere, from websites, apps, data science projects, and AI to IoT devices. So being a popular programming… […]
Here is a quick highlight of the new features of the LibreOffice 7.6 version. LibreOffice 7.6 is currently under development. The Document Foundation released the first Alpha (alpha1) on May 17, 2023. However, it is now unstable, and many bug fixes are ongoing. Feature-wise, as usual, many changes have arrived in Calc and Writer. A… […]
Here are the steps to enable fractional scaling in the Fedora workstation – GNOME edition. Fractional scaling is a handy feature that allows you to optimize your HiDPI monitors and high-resolution laptops to the fullest extent. By fine-tuning the scaling, you can create a well-balanced and aesthetically pleasing desktop display that is neither too large… […]
We review a few good Debian-based Linux distributions, which you may want to try out for all use cases. Debian is a Linux operating system that has been around for a long time and is known for its universal compatibility. It is well known for long-term support, stability, security, and critical business use cases. The… […]
In this article, I will explore the beautiful Arch Linux distros that combine the elegance of design with the robustness of Arch Linux’s underlying framework. Arch Linux offers a rolling release model, a powerful pacman package manager and thousands of applications via its repositories. It is popular because it allows you to create customized Linux… […]
We highlight a list of 10 lightweight Linux Distributions ideal for your older PC in 2023. We give you their features and what makes them perfect for reviving older hardware. We believe that you should not throw away any hardware, especially PC and its components. Ideally, well-designed software should always run on any hardware. There… […]
A simple guide to fix the “invalid or corrupted package” error in Arch Linux. I have a few Arch Linux systems in both physical and VM setup, which I access when needed. After almost two months, when I tried to upgrade the Arch Linux in one of them using sudo pacman -Syu, I got hundreds… […]
The 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup for June 4th, 2023, brings news about immutable Ubuntu Desktop, GNOME 44.2, Ubuntu 18.04 EOL, new Linux-powered laptops, Linux Mint Cinnamon gets touchpad gestures, Kali Linux adopts PipeWire, as well as all the latest distro and software releases. The post 9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: June 4th, 2023 appeared first on 9to5Linux – […]
A quick tutorial on how to enable/re-enable Wayland by default for GNOME for a hybrid NVIDIA graphics system on Fedora Linux 38 Workstation. The post How to Enable Wayland for Hybrid NVIDIA Graphics on Fedora Linux 38 Workstation appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended […]
GNOME Shell 44.2 and Mutter 44.2 are now available with various improvements and bug fixes following the release of the GNOME 44.2 desktop environment. Here's what's changed! The post GNOME Shell 44.2 Improves Built-In Screen Recorder, Bluetooth Menu, and More appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed […]
TUXEDO Gemini Gen2 Linux laptops are now available for pre-order with 13th Gen Intel H-Class CPUs, up to 240 Hz displays, up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 GPUs, and up to 64GB DDR5 RAM. The post TUXEDO Gemini Linux Laptops Get Raptor Lake CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 4070 GPUs appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not […]
Linux Mint 21.2 with the Cinnamon 5.8 desktop environment is getting gestures support for touchpads and touchscreens to control windows, workspaces, tiling, and media. The post Linux Mint 21.2 with Cinnamon 5.8 Is Getting Support for Gestures appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for […]
Arch Linux 2023.06.01 snapshot is now available for download with Linux kernel 6.3, as well as all the latest package updates from May 2023 and the archinstall 2.5.6 text-mode installer. The post First Arch Linux ISO Powered by Linux Kernel 6.3 Is Now Available for Download appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this […]
System76 updates the Galago Pro Linux laptop with 13th Gen Intel H-Class CPUs, a faster 144Hz screen, and the latest Pop!_OS Linux distro. The post System76’s Galago Pro Linux Laptop Gets 13th Gen Intel H-Class CPUs, Faster 144Hz Screen appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is […]
NixOS 23.05 distribution is now available for download with GNOME 44, KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS, Cinnamon 5.6, Linux kernel 6.1 LTS, and new services. The post NixOS 23.05 Released with GNOME 44, KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS, and Linux 6.1 LTS appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed […]
Canonical says that it's excited to explore the idea of a fully containerized and immutable Ubuntu desktop in the near future. The post Canonical: We Are Excited to Explore the Idea of a Fully Containerized, Immutable Ubuntu Desktop appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended […]
GNOME 44.2 is now available as the second maintenance update to the latest and greatest GNOME 44 "Kuala Lumpur" desktop environment series bringing various bug fixes and improvements. The post GNOME 44.2 Released with Fixes for GNOME Software, Nautilus, and More appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS […]