Stable Diffusion is a deep learning text-to-image diffusion model capable of generating photo-realistic images given any text input. Learn more here. The post Machine Learning in Linux: Stable Diffusion Web UI appeared first on Linux Today.
At its Next Level Event 2023, Framework unveiled a new laptop with upgradeable graphics, customizable keyboard modules, and more. The post New Framework Laptop Comes With Game-Changing Open-Source Module System appeared first on Linux Today.
Based on Debian 11.6, Proxmox VE 7.4 comes with Linux kernel 5.15 and a fully-integrated dark theme for enhanced server virtualization. The post Proxmox VE 7.4 Comes With an Updated Virtualization Stack appeared first on Linux Today.
Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS is here as the sixth and probably last point release to the long-term supported Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa operating system. The post Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS to Re-Enable Support for Secure Boot Systems appeared first on Linux Today.
Highlights of NVIDIA 530.41.03 include compatibility for Linux kernels that ship with indirect branch tracking support. Learn more here. The post NVIDIA 530.41.03 Graphics Driver Brings Better Xfce Support appeared first on Linux Today.
Check out this picture walkthrough of the new Ubuntu installer to install Ubuntu desktop, coming in Ubuntu 23.04 Lunar Lobster release. The post A Screenshot Tour and Walkthrough of New Ubuntu Installer appeared first on Linux Today.
Having issues with Snap-based Firefox? Then, check out how to ditch the Snap version of Firefox for the classic Firefox on Ubuntu 22.04. The post How to Install a Non-Snap Version of Firefox on Ubuntu 22.04 appeared first on Linux Today.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn what Ansible roles are and how to use them to create a structured project and distribute them. The post Ansible Roles Tutorial For Beginners appeared first on Linux Today.
This quick guide helps you to enable the power and volume button in Amazon’s Fire TV Stick remote. When you set up Amazon’s Fire TV Stick by connecting to your TV set, the power button and volume buttons don’t get detected sometimes. While all other controls of your Fire TV remote work perfectly. The primary… […]
A quick and simple guide to fix pip command not found in Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. You might have encountered the “pip command not found” error while installing any Python package or module. This error occurs when the system cannot locate the pip package manager used to install and manage Python packages. The pip… […]
Screenshot tour & highlights of the new Ubuntu desktop installer – Subiquity. Ubuntu developers have worked on the new Flutter-based Ubuntu installer for over two years. The goal was to replace the good old ubiquity installer with a modern application. The primary reason is code maintainability, while Flutter provides a better alternative. However, the installer… […]
Introducing the latest Ubuntu 23.04 “Lunar Lobster” release, packed with new features and improvements. Ubuntu 23.04, code-named “Lunar Lobster”, is the first short-term release of 2023, and it will be supported for nine months until January 2024. This release is about improving Ubuntu’s core backend and progress work by adopting new packages and technology. In… […]
This tutorial explains the concept of variables in Python, their types, and how to use them with examples in real-world projects. In Python, a variable is a reserved memory location that stores a value. They are names that can be assigned a value and used to reference it throughout your code. Using a variable makes… […]
Let’s discuss some of the best GUI package managers for Arch Linux. And choose the best to fit your needs. Arch Linux is one of the most popular and widely used Linux distributions among advanced users and developers due to its customizability, flexibility, and bleeding-edge features. Due to its minimalist design, the primary way to… […]
In this article, I will explain the basics of the Input function of Python with some easy-to-understand examples. Python is one of the most popular programming languages in the world, and it is widely used in various applications. One of the basic concepts in Python is the Input() function, which allows users to interact with… […]
Linux beginners can be overwhelmed by the official Debian download ISO page. This guide aims to simplify the download experience. Installing Debian can be a difficult experience for beginner Debian users. The official download page contains several links, and it’s a little confusing as to which one to download. Keeping that in mind, I have… […]
Having slow download speeds with Pacman in Arch Linux? Follow our guide to optimize and speed up your package manager for a smoother experience. You are not alone if you are experiencing slow download speed while using Pacman in Arch Linux. Sometimes, system updates via pacman or any package installation become slower in your Arch… […]
If you plan to use Arch Linux as a daily driver, you should consider several benefits of Arch vs other distros. Here’s a quick comparison. If you think about switching to Linux, you will come across hundreds of Linux distributions or “distros”. Each Linux distribution has its unique features, strengths, and weaknesses. They offer users… […]
Canonical released a new Linux kernel security update for Ubuntu 22.10 (Kinetic Kudu) users to address nine security vulnerabilities. All users are urged to update their systems as soon as possible! The post Ubuntu 22.10 Users Get New Linux Kernel Security Update, 9 Vulnerabilities Patched appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article […]
Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS (Focal Fossa) is now available for download with support for modern hardware and all the latest security fixes. The post Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS Released to Re-Enable Support for Secure Boot Systems appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, not scrapers.
NVIDIA 530.41.03 graphics driver is now available for download with support for Linux kernel 6.2, better support for the Xfce desktop environment, as well as various other new features and improvements. The post NVIDIA 530.41.03 Graphics Driver Brings Better Xfce Support, Faster Installer appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. […]
Kubuntu Focus Xe Gen 2 Linux laptop is now available to order with 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake CPUs, better battery life, and Kubuntu 22.04 LTS. The post Kubuntu Focus XE Gen 2 Linux Laptop Launches with 12th Gen Intel CPUs appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS […]
TUXEDO Control Center 2.0 is out now for TUXEDO laptop owners with new Keyboard Backlight and Webcam modules, graphical Tomte driver configuration, the ability to export and import profiles, and more. The post TUXEDO Control Center 2.0 Adds New Keyboard Backlight and Webcam Modules appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without […]
GNOME 44 desktop environment is out now and brings lots of new features and enhancements for a better and more enjoyable Linux desktop experience. Here's what's new! The post GNOME 44 “Kuala Lumpur” Officially Released, This Is What’s New appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is […]
Firefox 112, the next major release of the popular open-source and cross-platform web browser, is currently available for public beta testing promising some exciting changes … The post Firefox 112 Will Let Ubuntu Users Import Browser Data from the Chromium Snap appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS […]
GNOME 43.5 is now available as the fifth maintenance update to the GNOME 43 desktop environment series with various changes and bug fixes. The post GNOME 43.5 Adds 32:9 Aspect Ratio Support, Plugs More Memory Leaks appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is intended for readers, […]
Trisquel GNU/Linux 11.0 LTS distribution is now available for download with GNU Linux-libre 5.15 kernel by default, MATE 1.26 desktop environment, and various other changes. The post Trisquel GNU/Linux 11.0 LTS Released with GNU Linux-Libre 5.15 Kernel, MATE 1.26 appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this article without permission. This RSS feed is […]
Tails 5.11 amnesic incognito live system is now available for download with ZRam to extend your PC's RAM, screencast support, as well as the latest Tor Browser anonymous web browser. The post Tails 5.11 Amnesic Incognito Live System Switches to ZRam and Linux Kernel 6.1 LTS appeared first on 9to5Linux – do not reproduce this […]