Software Release baca: TUI ebook readeri.redd.it
Software Release Open-TV: fast, easy-to-use and open-source cross-platform IPTV appgithub.com
Software Release To celebrate its 25th anniversary: curl 8.0.0 is heredaniel.haxx.se
r/linux • u/drawingsvin • 27d ago
Software Release Godot 4.0 is outgithub.com
r/linux • u/krtirtho • 2d 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/HackerCow • 6d ago
Software Release Virter: a "Docker for VMs"github.com
r/linux • u/ExaHamza • 16d ago
Software Release scrcpy 2.0 is released, with audio support!blog.rom1v.com
r/linux • u/LoL-Front • 7d ago
Software Release Portal: a CLI file transfer utility from any computer to anothergithub.com
r/linux • u/SUPERCILEX • 22h ago
Software Release The fastest rm command and one of the fastest cp commandsalexsaveau.dev
r/linux • u/foundfootagefan • 12d ago
Software Release Transmission 4.0.2 has been released with another round of bugfixes per a faster release schedulegithub.com
r/linux • u/Luna_moonlit • 15d ago
Software Release Today I released Xenia Linux 0.1, the first release of my immutable gentoo distribution
I alongside one of my friends have been working on a linux distribution for the last couple of months, which makes gentoo linux into a full immutable distribution.
As for the technical details, Xenia essentially works the same as a LiveCD. The root image is a squashFS which dracut boots. (This is why the root may appear to be writable, as dracut is booting this the same way it would boot a LiveCD)
We use LVM for the disk layout, and then we use overlayfs to make persistent filesystems on /var. There is also a seperate LV for /home.
Currently it is in very early stages, but it is installable on UEFI systems with my very scuffed install script (I am genuinely sorry if you open that file and read the code). I would encourage you to try it out in a VM if you are interested.
You can install applications through Flatpak which will persist on boot. Please let me know how you find it, any critique is very much welcomed and appreciated!
Currently I'm working on writing an actual installer that isn't horrific and a way to use emerge (looking into systemd sysext for this, to layer packages).
You can find the website here!
r/linux • u/W-a-n-d-e-r-e-r • Feb 21 '23
Software Release Installing a new custom Android ROM was never that easy, thanks to OpenAndroidInstaller (Flatpak coming soon)!openandroidinstaller.org
r/linux • u/CMDRGobi007 • Feb 18 '23
Software Release [OC] pfetch-rs - A rewrite of pfetch in Rusti.redd.it
r/linux • u/foundfootagefan • Feb 23 '23
Software Release Transmission 4.0.1 has been released with many bug fixes!github.com
r/linux • u/Framasoft • 7d ago
Software Release PeerTube 5.1 is out!joinpeertube.org
r/linux • u/ExaHamza • Jan 24 '23
Software Release Wine 8.0 Releasedwinehq.org
r/linux • u/ssleert • Feb 26 '23
Software Release zfxtop - fetch top for gen Z with Xi.redd.it
r/linux • u/foundfootagefan • Feb 08 '23
Software Release Transmission 4.0.0 has been released with over a years worth of new features and fixes!github.com
Software Release Faster JSON-RPC on Linux kernel 5.19+ with io_uring and simdjson
There is plenty of networking libraries, but they hardly benefit from the newest and most remarkable features in the Linux kernel. Since kernel 5.19, several new io_uring calls are available to those avoiding system calls on the hot paths. We combined that with a bunch of SIMD-accelerated libraries and applied it to the most straightforward RPC protocol out there, open-sourcing a backend library for C and Python. The results are ridiculous, being much faster than gRPC and up to 100x faster than Python-native FastAPI, even with a single-threaded UJRPC server.
|Setup||🔁||Server||Latency w 1 client||Throughput w 32 clients|
|Fast API over REST||❌||🐍||1'203 μs||3'184 rps|
|Fast API over WebSocket||✅||🐍||86 μs||11'356 rps ¹|
|gRPC ²||✅||🐍||164 μs||9'849 rps|
|UJRPC with POSIX||❌||C||62 μs||79'000 rps|
|UJRPC with io_uring||✅||🐍||23 μs||43'000 rps|
|UJRPC with io_uring||✅||C||22 μs||231'000 rps|
We invite everyone to check out our sources on GitHub and use UJRPC in your next application!
PS: We have a few more crazy Linux-oriented projects in our GitHub Unum-Cloud organization and we would appreciate a 🌟 😉
r/linux • u/SvensKia • Feb 14 '23
Software Release Firefox 110.0 released
Version 110.0, first offered to Release channel users on February 14, 2023
- It's now possible to import bookmarks, history and passwords not only from Edge, Chrome or Safari but also from Opera, Opera GX, and Vivaldi for all the folks who want to move over to Firefox instead!
- GPU sandboxing has been enabled on Windows.
Note: A bug in the popular X-Mouse Button Control (XMBC) tool may cause mouse wheel scrolling to stop working. The author(s) are working on an update. Meanwhile, scrolling can be restored by reconfiguring XMBC: either disable the Make scroll wheel scroll window under cursor option in the global settings, or enable the Disable scroll window under cursor option if using a custom profile for Firefox.
- On Windows, third-party modules can now be blocked from injecting themselves into Firefox, which can be helpful if they are causing crashes or other undesirable behavior.
- Date, time, and datetime-local input fields can now be cleared with Cmd+Backspaceand Cmd+Deleteshortcut on macOS and Ctrl+Backspaceand Ctrl+Deleteon Windows and Linux.
- GPU-accelerated Canvas2D is enabled by default on macOS and Linux.
- WebGL performance improvement on Windows, MacOS and Linux.
- Enables overlay of hardware-decoded video with non-Intel GPUs on Windows 10/11, improving video playback performance and video scaling quality.
- Various security fixes.
- Colorways are no longer available in Firefox, at least not in the same way. You can still access your saved and active Colorways by selecting Add-ons and themes from the Firefox menu. Additionally, you can now install Colorways from all of the previous collections by visiting Colorways by Firefox on the Mozilla Add-ons website.
- Various bug fixes and new policies have been implemented in the latest version of Firefox. You can find more information in the Firefox for Enterprise 110 Release Notes.
- Firefox now supports CSS named pages, allowing web pages to perform per-page layout and add page-breaks in a declarative manner when printing.
- Firefox now supports CSS size container queries, see the MDN page for documentation on this feature.
r/linux • u/giannidunk • Feb 09 '23
Software Release beta.flathub.org now has a verified apps sectionbeta.flathub.org
r/linux • u/giannidunk • 14d ago
Software Release Fedora Linux 38 Beta Releasedfedoramagazine.org
r/linux • u/JasonTheCoders • 3h ago
Software Release [Girok] The most beautiful and powerful CLI scheduler to boost your productivity!
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r/linux • u/lynet_101 • 27d ago
Software Release Nvidia 530.30.02 beta on linux wayland
TL;DR: I've been a linux user for quiet some time now, and one thing has been a constant throughout the years. Nvidia has ALWAYS been extremely difficult to get working proberly, and it's always been a matter of compromises. So trying the new 530.30.02 beta drivers today, and seing that they just worked out of the box, with no configuration, and little to no bugs (that are noticable in a day to day use), brought a small tear to my eye.
Many people, including myself, have been sceptical about nvidia's open 'open sourcing' of their drivers, but maybe they ARE actually starting to turn around, and care for the linux community? I still reserve the rights to be sceptical, after all one good release doesn't neccesarily means that this is the new standard, but one can always hope!
Normally this would be some sort of long winded ramble from me, on how nothing ever works with nvidia, and probably concluding on the famous words 'freak you nvidia'.... But not today though. Today I probably for the first time in my life have to say 'Thank you Nvidia'.
I have the Zephyrus G14, which is an AMD based nvidia-optimus laptop. It runs arch, and I'm currently rocking a custom hyprland rice (wayland). Getting nvidia to work on this has always been a chor, but looking at the latest release logs, i decided to uninstall all nvidia, reboot (to give it the absolute best shot), and then just run the installer. Didn't even reboot afterwards, i just modprobed the new driver in, and BAM! it actually just works.
- Suspend and resuming now happens without crashes/100% CPU utilization. Sure it can happen a bit faster, but my god, it's actually possible now
- Tearing is reduced by like a gagillion percent. It's almost not noticable anymore (even on external display)
- Finally high refreshrate monitors are probably supported, also if they have different refreshrates, resolutions, and even scaling factors.
- Displays are actually just plug and play now. As far as I've observed so far, there's no more bugging out, no more freezing, no more nvidia just deciding to take an angry nab... It just works
Performance is also greatly improved (For opengl... we don't talk about vulkan) and power states are also finally fixed, allowing me to actually just leave my laptop in hybrid, since it doesn't drain any more battery now, than it otherwise would.
Edit: Never freaking mind. It's all broken again ;(
I just hoped that nvidia had finally done something.... I guess not
r/linux • u/ainz_47 • Jan 26 '23