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MX Linux 23 Is Now Available for Beta Testing Based on Debian 12 “Bookworm”

Based on the upcoming Debian 12 “Bookworm” operating system series, MX Linux 23 is powered by the long-term supported Linux 6.1 LTS kernel series and uses sysVinit as the default init system instead of system, and comes in three editions with the Xfce 4.18, KDE Plasma 5.27 LTS, and Fluxbox 1.3.7 graphical environments.

KDE Plasma 6 Will Support Night Color on Wayland for NVIDIA Users

KDE Plasma 6 is shaping up nicely lately and looks like it gears up to become the best Plasma release ever. Last week, I told you that Plasma 6 promises basic HDR support and it will adopt the Plasma Wayland by default.

Flatpak App of the Week: Cartridges, a Simple Launcher for All of Your Games

Written in Python using GTK+ 4 and libadwaita, Cartridges started as a simple game launcher that only supported a couple of game distribution platforms, including the popular Steam game service and Bottles, a free and open-source software that lets you run Windows games and apps on Linux based on Wine.

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Debix Model B SBC targets industrial embedded applications

The Debix Model B is a single board computer integrating the NXP i.MX8M Plus processor with 2.3 TOPs NPU and with extended operating temperature range. The new embedded device comes in a Raspberry Pi form-factor and offers similar peripherals.  

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A Screenshot Tour & Walkthrough of New Ubuntu Installer

posted by Arindam Giri on Mar 23, 2023

Ubuntu developers have worked on the new Rust-based Ubuntu installer for over two years. The goal was to replace the good old ubiquity installer with a modern application. The primary reason is code maintainability, while Rust provides a better alternative.

However, the installer never made it to the final release until now. The new installer debuts in the Ubuntu 23.04 "Lunar Lobster" release (upcoming).

In this article, we will walk you through the new Ubuntu installer "subiquity" and show you how to install Ubuntu with ease.

Read on

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