• Map Art

    Prettymaps combines multiple Python libraries to make it easy to draw maps straight from the OpenStreetMap database.

  • Mimic

    Convert a Raspberry Pi 400 into a retro computer that behaves like the popular Amiga 500.

  • Command Line – PDF Security

    PDFs, the preferred format for file sharing, only offer primitive privacy and security measures. With these command-line tools, you can help your PDFs meet modern security requirements.

  • FOSSPicks

    This month Graham looks at Plasma System Monitor, projectM audio visualizer, yt-dlg downloader GUI, and more.

News and Articles

  • Impersonating Other Systems with the Zorin Appearance Tool

    The Zorin Appearance tool can mimic the desktop layout of proprietary operating systems, making it appealing to newcomers.

  • Linux Mint 20.3 Now Available

    That latest release of Linux Mint is now available for general use and offers a polished, but less Mint-y theme.

  • Linux is Getting an Exciting New Firmware Feature

    Intel is bringing a new driver to the 5.17 kernel that will make it possible to update firmware without a reboot.

  • On the DVD

    Parrot OS 4.11 and Fedora Workstation 35

  • Bird's-Eye View

    If you don't speak fluent Ethernet, it sometimes helps to get a graphical view of what your network is doing. Skydive offers visual insights that could reveal complex error patterns.

  • Hide & Seek

    We explore some machine learning techniques with a simple missing person app.

  • Handshake

    If you want to exchange files over the local network, you do not necessarily have to set up a file server such as Samba. A number of handy tools let you drag and drop to send files.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

  • Ready for the Movies

    Kdenlive plays to its strengths when editing larger video projects and also helps users create appealing slideshows with impressive effects.

  • The Buzz on Fuzz

    Fuzzing is an important method for finding bugs and security vulnerabilities in software. Read on to find out what fuzzing is and which methods are commonly used today.

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