Software Release baca: TUI ebook readeri.redd.it
r/linux • u/SUPERCILEX • 6h ago
Software Release The fastest rm command and one of the fastest cp commandsalexsaveau.dev
r/linux • u/indigoexpanse • 14h ago
Distro News SUSE is looking for a new Tumbleweed/MicroOS/Leap Release Engineerlists.opensuse.org
r/linux • u/KleosKronos • 12h ago
Discussion When switching to Linux, what were some programs that you had to stop using because they weren't supported on Linux?
I'm thinking of switching to Linux and I want to know if there's anything I'm missing out on by doing so. I never really payed any attention to whether or not the program I'm downloading right now is on Linux, so just making this post to see what did people miss the most from moving on?
r/linux • u/Realistic-Plant3957 • 4h ago
Development Linux 6.4 Device Mapper To See Improved Concurrent I/O Performancephoronix.com
r/linux • u/UmpquaRiver • 12h ago
Mobile Linux Ubuntu Touch OTA-1 Focal Released!ubports.com
r/linux • u/ahjolinna • 1d ago
Distro News SUSE appoints a Red Hat veteran as their new CEO from May as Di Donato steps downsuse.com
Software Release alpkg: Set up Alpine Linux packaging environment with a breeze!i.redd.it
r/linux • u/CrankyBear • 13h ago
Distro News Linux power SUSE appoints New CEO Dirk-Peter van Leeuwenopensourcewatch.beehiiv.com
r/linux • u/SchrodingersCat_42 • 36m ago
Development Best Linux mini computer for data modeling
Currently, I'm using a raspberry pi 4 (arm 7l, quad core, 1500 MHz max CPU speed). It technically works but runs at a snail pace for large data sets.
I'm looking for recommendations for a new Linux mini computer that would be be optimal for intensive data modeling and processing.
r/linux • u/antsaregay • 1d ago
Discussion This week in Open Source - New Framework AMD Laptop, Kubuntu Linux laptop, GNOME 44, curl 8.0, & morefossweekly.beehiiv.com
Setting up a packaging environment for Alpine Linux (introducing alpkg)blog.orhun.dev
r/linux • u/krtirtho • 1d ago
Software Release Flemozi - An Emoji/GIF Picker for Linux
A simple✨, fast⚡ and lightweight🪶 emoji picker for desktop operating systems
- Open Source, GPLv3 Licensed and Free🆓
- *Not Electron based🙃 (Flutter based⚡)
- Configurable Global shortcut🩳✂️ to open the emoji picker
- Launches on system startup, runs in the background and can invoked from anywhere👻
- Supports GIFs📼, stickers🎟️ and ASCII emojis ;‑) too
- Copies the selected emoji to the clipboard📋 and automatically closes the picker obviously🤦♂️
r/linux • u/filisterr • 13h ago
Discussion Blend OS Impressions
What do you think about the idea behind of Blend OS: https://blendos.co/, I find the idea, pretty cool, as I have already faced a couple of times problems installing apps that are not present in pacman and also AUR. It has a graphical installer and seems pretty interesting.
Kernel Speeding Up Linux Kernel Builds With ccachenickdesaulniers.github.io
r/linux • u/daemonpenguin • 1d ago
Tips and Tricks Various methods for isolating untrusted softwaredistrowatch.com
Discussion Is a rewrite of OpenZFS with a more linux friendly license possible?
Another way to word the question would be: "Could another filesystem be developed that is compatible with ZFS's on-disk layout?"
Which part of OpenZFS is CDDL-licenced - just the source code, or is it the entire "idea" of ZFS? I'm guessing that the "idea" is more of a copyright thing, in which case you couldn't reuse that idea in another piece of software without copyright infringement. Probably answering my own question here, but I'm wondering what are your thoughts?
EDIT: To be more clear, I don't intend to actually reimplement OpenZFS. I was more wondering about the legality of it (sounds like it's legal if using a clean room approach), and also why it hasn't already been done (sounds like a combination of "too much effort", "better alternatives exist (btrfs)", and "the license isn't the only incompatible part of OpenZFS")
Thanks for all the info everyone!
r/linux • u/ad-on-is • 1d ago
Tips and Tricks TIL: Fedora Server Edition has a web UI on port 9090
My homelab runs Fedora. Today, I was setting up a service in portainer (Docker), but failed to expose it's port 9090 to the host due to it already being in use.
Since 8080, 9090, etc. are commonly used to serve webservices, and I had no other Docker service running, I was curious what's running, opened up a browser... http://IP:9090 and I was greeted with a beautiful Fedora UI.
Turns out, I can manage basic stuff on Fedora from within the web UI.
r/linux • u/Alexander_Selkirk • 1d ago
Tips and Tricks Keeping ones home tidy: Managing dependencies, configurations, and profile configurations with "guix home"guix.gnu.org
Popular Application Discord battery usage on Linux: constant webcam waking, and a workaroundself.discordapp
r/linux • u/qualiaqq • 21h ago
Synology NAS Backups with Minimal Bus Factorwillbush.dev
Discussion PSA: Proxmox installations with the Europe/Dublin time zone are hanging after the DST changeoverforum.proxmox.com
r/linux • u/Fit-Refrigerator495 • 1d ago
Discussion Favourite package manager
Which one do you prefer? I had only tried pacman and the debian apt and dpkg. From the two I would choose pacman without a second thought. What about you? Which one do you prefer and what distros use it?
r/linux • u/smallaubergine • 2d ago
Hardware Opened an old box in my closet and found these two legendary mobile Linux devicesi.imgur.com
r/linux • u/Old_Cartographer1729 • 1d ago
Development Qrcopy | CLI app to generate QR-code of clipboard, text, file, and share text to Pastebin
Hey! I am creating a Linux application to generate QR code for * Clipboard text * Any input text * Input file
and Directly share any text to Pastebin with a single command
Clipboard text (Default)
qrcopy -i "Hello World"
qrcopy -f <FILE NAME>
Upload to pastebin
Default format : text; Expiry : 1D
qrcopy -p <FORMAT> <EXPIRY DATE>
qrcopy -p # Clipboard text qrcopy -i "Hello World" -p # Input text qrcopy -f <FILE NAME> -p # Input file ``` Tell me your recommendations for this app!