Mastering the fsck Command: Repair Linux File Systems Like a Pro

Learn how to use the fsck command to repair file system errors on Linux. Explore fsck options, root, and additional file system repairs. … [Read more...]

Acre Crisis looks like a fun throwback to the original Dino Crisis

Directly inspired by the visual style of classic PlayStation 1 (PS1) games, Acre Crisis has a lot of clear Dino Crisis vibes and it's out now. It comes with Native Linux support. … [Read more...]

How to Display eBook Thumbnails in Nautilus (Quick Tip)

I recently rediscovered my Amazon Kindle (a geriatric model from 2012, nothing fancy) and figured, as it still works, I’ll use it, and set about downloading a freely available EPUBs of classic (and not-so-classic – I’m a pulpy-kinda guy) literature. … [Read more...]

LXer Linux News 2024-07-20 18:27:41

Mozilla's Firefox is unmistakably one of the last-standing forces against the onslaught of Chromium-based browsers, and many people rely on it to get things done, without sacrificing their privacy. … [Read more...]

AMD XDNA Ryzen AI Linux Kernel Driver Posted For Review

Back in January AMD quietly posted an XDNA Linux kernel driver for enabling the Ryzen AI NPUs. The driver has been maintained within that GitHub repository since but without any clear effort for getting this accelerator driver reviewed and merged into the upstream Linux kernel. … [Read more...]

Maximizing Your Content Management System with Linux

In the evolving landscape of web development and management, choosing the right operating system (OS) for hosting your content management system (CMS) can significantly impact your site's performance, security, and cost efficiency. … [Read more...]

KaOS Linux 2024.07 Released, Here’s What’s New

KaOS 2024.07 KDE-centric Linux distro released a new stable ISO with Plasma 6.1.3, KDE Gear 24.05.2, and more upgrades. … [Read more...]

Best Free and Open Source Alternatives to Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint is a powerful slide show presentation program. This is proprietary software and not available for Linux. … [Read more...]

KaOS Linux 2024.07 Released with KDE Plasma 6.1 and Linux Kernel 6.9

The development team behind the independent KaOS Linux distribution announced today the release and general availability of download of the KaOS Linux 2024.07 ISO snapshot for July 2024. … [Read more...]

How to Install Adobe Acrobat Reader on Ubuntu and Debian Linux

While Ubuntu and Debian come with native applications to open PDF documents by default, some users may prefer to install Adobe Acrobat Reader for its additional features and compatibility. This tutorial will guide you through the process of installing Adobe Acrobat Reader on Ubuntu and Debian. This application will provide enhanced capabilities for … [Read more...]

How to Install OBS Studio on Ubuntu and Other Linux Distros

Discover a step-by-step guide to installing OBS Studio on your Ubuntu system and other Linux distros with practical examples. … [Read more...]

What is Exit Status Code ($?) of Last Command in Linux

The “$?” is a built-in variable that your shell uses to store the exit status code of the last executed command in integer format and remains unchanged unless the next command is executed. … [Read more...]

Cyber Knights: Flashpoint adds full gamepad support and Steam Deck improvements

A little heist on the go perhaps? Cyber Knights: Flashpoint from Trese Brothers is steadily turning into a favourite turn-based tactics game and now with all the controller improvements it should feel a whole lot better on Steam Deck too. … [Read more...]

Pulsar 1.119 Code Editor Brings Refined Tools and Fixes

Pulsar 1.119, a free & open-source cross-platform code editor, brings macOS and Linux enhancements, improved code features, and more. … [Read more...]

Fedora 41 Proceeds With AMD SEV-SNP Virtualization Host Support For Confidential VMs

The Fedora change proposal was approved this week by their engineering and steering committee to support AMD SEV-SNP virtualization host support to allow easily launching confidential computing virtual machines (VMs) with Fedora 41. … [Read more...]

The Graying Open Source Community Needs Fresh Blood

The deep experience of the older tech crowd is nothing short of vital, yet projects need new devs to move forward. The post The Graying Open Source Community Needs Fresh Blood appeared first on Linux Today. … [Read more...]