Chrome 80 has been in development since mid-December 2019, but the final release Is now here and brings some interesting enhancements.
Linuxize: lsmod is a command-line utility that displays information about the loaded Linux kernel modules.
Learn how to how to enable the client-side decoration feature of Mozilla Firefox on a Debian operating system
ZDnet: Usually, it's Linux and open-source companies which join the Linux patent consortium Open Invention Network.
If you've ever wondered what an exit code is or why it's a 0, 1, 2, or even 255, you're in the right place.
Meet this set of utilities that help you quickly move through your filesystem.
ostechnix: Vimium, also known as the Hacker's Browser, provides a bunch of keyboard shortcuts for navigation and control of the web in the spirit of the Vim editor.
9to5Linux: Flatseal features a simple, straightforward design that does exactly what it says on the tin. It presents users with a list of installed Flatpak apps and basic permissions.
Major milestone release of open source graph database platform enhances security with controls to limit the risk of data traversal and add multi-database support.
When working on a project, you are probably managing many different branches in your repository
Datamation: Open source software is always in flux, and new projects are being born every day.
ZDnet: VPN's are about to be ...disrupted.
Debian comes with a powerful set of keyboard shortcuts that you can utilize in order to increase your productivity through minimum effort.
Termshark, an interactive Wireshark-like terminal interface for TShark written in Go, was updated to version 2.1
Learn how to use diff command in Linux with practical examples
FOSSforce: Debian votes in favor of systemd
LinuxInsider: Solus, an independent Linux distro based in Ireland, is built from scratch on the Linux kernel and the flagship Budgie desktop.
Phoronix: Systemd-homed has been merged as the latest (optional) fundamental change to Linux distributions in how home directories are handled.
The Register: I've been to the year 3000... Not much has changed, but they're still patching Linux
NetworkWorld: Here are some warm-up exercises for anyone just starting to use the Linux command line. Warning: It can be addictive.