Linux Mint 19.3 available, news and download

Linux Mint 19.3 “Tricia” is now available, the latest version of the well-known Ubuntu derivative that is for many the best entrance door to the varied universe of GNU/Linux, mainly thanks to its easy control panels and the default inclusion of the Cinnamon desktop environment, which represents a balance point against other environments and has […]

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Google is blocking access to small browsers

Google is blocking access to its services to small browsers such as Konqueror, Falkon and others. The complaint arose a few days ago on Reddit and has spread further, as what appeared to be a one-off error has been confirmed by various means, here is an example. In fact, we just checked it out. In […]

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Life is Strange 2 now available for Linux

If last month we were left with Shadow of the Tomb Raider and the previous Total War: Warhammer II, Feral Interactive is back with another release to say goodbye to the year: Life is Strange 2, the sequel to this successful graphic adventure whose first part they brought to Linux in 2018. Developed by the […]

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Debian opens the door to support alternative inits to systemd

The transition from Debian to systemd has been one of the most dramatic episodes in the history of GNU/Linux. The defenders and detractors of the mentioned init within the Debian community got involved in a more than fierce debate loaded with deep technical details, but that from the surface it could be understood as “standards” […]

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Bonsai is a synchronization service focused on GNOME

Christian Hergert, a Red Hat engineer who is particularly known for his work on GNOME Builder, has announced on the official blog of the desktop environment the release of the code for Bonsai, a Linux device synchronization system. Going into detail, as his GitLab repository explains, “Bonsai is a daemon and shared library for providing […]

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