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A More Modern Man Page

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Explainshell aims to make documentation more accessible.


Math Magic

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MathLex lets you easily transform handwritten math formulas to digital format and use them on the web.


DIY Imager

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If you are looking to customize your Linux distribution, we show you three graphical front ends for creating bootable ISO images.


Flexible First Aider

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No other operating system offers as many free tools for system maintenance and data recovery as Linux. Snal Linux combines these tools to create a compact Live distribution.


Firefox 122 Release Includes Official DEB for Ubuntu Distros

Finally, Mozilla has returned to Ubuntu's/Debian's roots to offer an official DEB package for those who prefer to not use the Snap package.


MX Linux 23.2 "Libretto" Released

MX-23.2 is a second refresh of the MX-23 release and mostly consists of bug fixes and updates, but users will find a couple of new tools in the mix.


Linux Mint 21.3 – with Extra Cinnamon – Available for Download

Linux Mint 21.3 has arrived for general usage and includes Cinnamon 6.0 and new goodies all around.


Gnome 46 Alpha Available for Public Testing

The development team behind Gnome has released the latest alpha build for testing and it offers some pretty cool new additions.


Two AI features Introduced in Deepin Linux 23 Beta 2 Release

In a bid to challenge Microsoft's Copilot, the developers of Deepin have announced they've begun the process of integrating AI into the desktop.


Nitrux 3.2.1 Released with Plenty of Improvements

The Nitrux Linux distribution has a new release available that includes the latest software updates, bug fixes, performance improvements, and a new tiling window manager for KWin.


Gentoo Linux Goes Binary… Sort of

The Gentoo team has announced there is now a centralized repository available for installing pre-compiled binary packages on the storied distribution.


Linux Machines with Poorly Secured SSH Servers are Under Attack

A new cryptocurrency miner is attacking Linux servers to co-opt them into a cryptocurrency mining network as well as spreading distributed denial-of-service attacks.


Enlightenment 0.26.0 Has Improved Stability and New Features

The latest version of the open-source lightweight window manager, compositor, and desktop shell has arrived with plenty of improvements and features.


Fedora Asahi Released for Macs with Apple Silicon

If you've been anxious to try Fedora on your Apple Silicon-powered Mac device, that time has finally come, thanks to Fedora Asahi.

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