Collection of 38 posts
Linux Mint partners with Mozilla and makes some changes to the Firefox package it ships with its distribution
I tried to keep the title of this post less ambiguous or misleading as the others that I found in the past two days.
openSUSE Board Election 2021 happening right now
It's the time of the year when Ariez, Edwin and myself hold our regular meetings and chats to plan the openSUSE Board Election. This year we had a twist with insufficient nominations.
ubuCon Asia 2021
Asia has seen a rise in Open Source community groups in the recent years, e.g GNOME.Asia, openSUSE.Asia and FOSSASIA. ubuCon is organised for the first time in Asia.
Trying GNOME 41
GNOME 41 brings new features to improve the desktop experience on Linux. I tried it by running GNOME OS. Three-finger gestures and the new Multitasking panel are what I liked most.
Set up the latest version of Mozilla Firefox on your Linux distribution
Latest software are not always readily available in Linux software repositories. Most Linux distribution projects have strict packaging rules to test and ensure software quality and security. So, what do we do to run software on its release day?
Insert unicode characters in KDE using Ctrl + Shift + U
The keyboard key combination of Ctrl + Shift + U allows special characters to be inserted in a text editor in GNOME. For example, Ctrl + Shift + U followed by 00e9 will produce é.
Disable "single-click" to open folder in KDE Dolphin
A short blog post to explain how to enable "double-click" in Dolphin in KDE Plasma.
openSUSE distributions dedicated page
openSUSE is not just one Linux distribution. It is a project that hosts different distributions adapted for specific needs, e.g desktop, server & container orchestration. The desktop and server editions are available in regular releases and rolling editions.
How to host a free 1 year server running UBUNTU in AWS?
If you are looking to practice with Ubuntu servers, especially hosting websites, running databases etc, then an Ubuntu virtual private server is the ideal solution. If you can get that for free it's even better. Yes, you can get an Ubuntu virtual server for free on the Amazon Web Services.