• Holy Guacamole!

    Use Apache Guacamole to connect to remote servers from within a web browser.

  • Inside View

    The distro you load on your computer was developed by real people operating through community groups and other organizational structures. This summary of some recent news offers a glimpse into the inner workings of some leading Linux projects.

  • Tutorial – LÖVE

    To create an action-packed game with LÖVE, these are a few last things you should learn how to do – overlay fancy images to "physical" objects, detect collisions, and get input from the keyboard or mouse.

  • Eloquence

    A teleprompter can help you give a polished look to your speeches and video presentations. Imaginary Teleprompter is a free tool that delivers professional teleprompting capabilities.

News and Articles

  • Purism Launches a Mini PC

    The makers of the Librem line of Linux-based laptops have released a mini PC.

  • Display Deluxe

    Unlike other displays for the Raspberry Pi, Adafruit's PyPortal touchscreen provides an autonomous environment, including a microprocessor, sound output, and a WiFi connection.

  • Kernel News

    Zack covers: When a Security Hole Is OK; Kernel Documentation Updates; and Security Through Obscurity

  • On Air

    The VokoscreenNG screencast tool offers many options but is still surprisingly easy to use.

  • FOSSPicks

    The promised profusion of extra time has failed to materialize for Graham this month, leaving him with too many synth kits to build, a table littered with components, and a leaking toilet.

  • Eloquence

    A teleprompter can help you give a polished look to your speeches and video presentations. Imaginary Teleprompter is a free tool that delivers professional teleprompting capabilities.

  • Tutorial – LÖVE

    To create an action-packed game with LÖVE, these are a few last things you should learn how to do – overlay fancy images to "physical" objects, detect collisions, and get input from the keyboard or mouse.

  • Inside View

    The distro you load on your computer was developed by real people operating through community groups and other organizational structures. This summary of some recent news offers a glimpse into the inner workings of some leading Linux projects.

  • On the DVD

    Ubuntu Studio 20.04 and Kubuntu 20.04

  • Holy Guacamole!

    Use Apache Guacamole to connect to remote servers from within a web browser.

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