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Linux Kernel 6.10 Officially Released, This Is What’s New

Highlights of Linux kernel 6.10 include a new mseal() system call for memory sealing, Rust language support for the RISC-V architecture, Zstandard compression support for the EROFS file system, shadow stack support for the x32 subarchitecture, TPM bus encryption and integrity protection, and initial support for setting up PFCP (Packet Forwarding Control Protocol) filters.

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Starting with this release, CachyOS will automatically enable a software repository on new installations that will be used to provide the best performance for AMD Zen 4 and Zen 5 machines. In addition, the ISO now features automatic architecture checks for the Zen 4/Zen 5 repository and CachyOS’s hardware detection tool (chwd) received support for AMD GPUs for better detection of official ROCm-supported GPUs.

GNOME 47 Alpha Desktop Environment Released with Support for Accent Colors

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[PDF] Jewel and Pearl Free Ebook: Practical Guide to Command Lines and Terminal on Ubuntu Noble

Today we are happy to publish free ebook version of our tutorial Jewel & Pearl: a Practical Guide to Command Lines & Terminal on Ubuntu 24.04 "Noble Numbat" available as PDF as well as Writer's ODT. You are permitted to copy, edit, translate, print, sell and remix this book as long as you keep author's name and license unchanged. By this book, we want to help and support all Ubuntu users in both learning their own's basic command lines as well as exercising with LibreOffice altogether and these two things are important as dear readers may have known by reading The Ubuntu Buzz for years. Now happy reading and please help us share with your friends. Thank you for downloading! 

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Khadas Officially Launches Mind Graphics eGPU with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti

Khadas has launched the Mind Graphics eGPU, featuring the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Ti. This expansion of the Mind hardware family boosts performance for creative design, video rendering, gaming, and more.

U2500 HAT Adds M.2 NVMe Support & Dual 2.5G Ethernet for Raspberry Pi 5

The U2500 M.2 NVMe & dual 2.5G Ethernet for Raspberry Pi 5, recently featured by the distributor 52Pi, is a versatile expansion module designed to enhance the capabilities of the Raspberry Pi 5. This HAT board integrates high-speed storage and network features, making it suitable for various advanced applications.

RISC-V Based Lichee Pi 3A with 16GB RAM and PCIe Support

Sipeed launched the Lichee Pi 3A, an advanced development board designed for various computing tasks, including embedded systems and AI development. Powered by the K1 processor, a 22nm, RISC-V 1.6GHz CPU with eight cores, it ensures efficient performance for demanding applications.

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Today in Techrights

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Jul 09, 2024

A white wolf hiding under the cover of pine branches

Updated This Past Day

  1. Chelsea Manning: I Was Careful Not to Disclose Source-Identifying Information (CNN Interview)
    To this date, the US Government cannot name a single person physically harmed by what Wikileaks published
  2. Bigger Than Big Apple: How GNU/Linux Rose to 11% in Panama (República de Panamá)
    Even higher than Apple
  3. [Meme] Eating Volunteers for Breakfast (Free Coding, Testing, and More)
    Uncle Tom found its slaves for the "Fedora" plantation
  4. Debian Needs a Significant Change of Direction and Recognition of Cumulative Errors Made
    Aggregation of cover-up only worsens things (like a chain of lies to cover up an "original lie")
  5. Willy Tower Watson (WTW) Crafts Another Fake Staff 'Survey' Whose Objective is Reputation Laundering for the European Patent Office (EPO)
    Over the years the EPO's management wasted money on all sorts of lying firms whose business services basically boil down to "lies with gloss"

    New

  6. [Meme] American Judge in Saipan
    "I sentence this dude to 5 years served, for exposing actual crimes?"
  7. People Seek Transparency
    Society needs transparency or sunshine, not just "comfortable" (or comforting) headlines
  8. [Video/Audio] 12 Minutes of Julian Assange Hearing in US Court in Saipan
    including the birthday greeting towards the end (the judge greeted Assange)
  9. What's Killing Search Engines Isn't Chatbots as a Search Replacement But Chatbots as Factories of Chaff (Leveraged for 'Content Farming' With SEO Prompts)
    And some "Linux" sites play a role in this attack against search indices
  10. South Korea Has Moved Away From GAFAM - Including Microsoft - Since the LLM Frenzy Started
    Bing went down, not up
  11. [Meme] He Always Wins French Elections
    Without even having to run or have French nationality
  12. The Free Software Foundation (FSF) Added 88 New Members in 2 Weeks
    If everyone gave a little, that would cover the salary of at least one employee there
  13. Michael Schultheiss, SPI, and 'Microsoft for Non Profits'
    This is what SPI is dealing with these days
  14. What's Growing in the United States This Year is GNU/Linux, Not the Latest Windows
    One might argue this data points to a silent exodus from Windows to GNU/Linux
  15. [Video] Bruce Perens Explains How We Shall Combat Openwashing and Exploitation
    The underlying concepts and motivations behind "Post-Open" are worth paying attention to
  16. [Meme] Let's Encrypt is Dying in Geminispace (Down to 5%)
    Let's emancipate ourselves... from fake security
  17. 5 Days Have Passed and Microsoft Still Refuses to Say How Many People It Laid Off for Independence Day
    Wait, did we say layoffs? Sorry, we meant "steamline the workforce"...
  18. [Meme] Willy Tower Watson (WTW) Will 'Greenwash' Your Corrupt Institution (for a Fee)
    Not just environmental greenwashing
  19. GNU/Linux 'Market Share' Estimates Continue to Surge, Soon Measured at 5% by Rounding Up, 16% in India (Not Including Chromebooks)
    It climbed by about 0.5% in half a month or so
  20. Links 07/07/2024: Bruce Bastian Dies and Escalations in Korea Again
    Links for the day
  21. Difficult to Tell How Many People in North Korea Use GNU/Linux
    It seems unlikely that whatever they use will guard users' privacy
  22. [Meme] 3 Years Later Illegal EPO Surveillance (Powered by Microsoft) Carries on, Violating Not Only Employees' Rights But Also Applicants'
    it is considered OK to break the law at the EPO
  23. Russian Web Server
    Those official sites contain loads of trackers and other surveillance
  24. Windows Now Measured at Less Than 5% "Market Share" in 16 Nations, Android Exceeds 70% in 41 Nations
    People still adopt mobile computing (miniature)
  25. Over at Tux Machines...
    GNU/Linux news for the past day
  26. IRC Proceedings: Sunday, July 07, 2024
    IRC logs for Sunday, July 07, 2024
  27. OSI is Microsoft Front Group, Sponsored by Microsoft
    They're hardly even good at pretending anymore!
  28. The World of "Linux", According to Microsoft
    You look for Linux news and this is what you get instead
  29. Noam Chomsky Apparently Does Not Understand or Care for Software Freedom
    Looking a decade back

    The corresponding text-only bulletin for Monday contains all the text.

    Top-read articles (excluding bot/crawler visits):

    Span from 2024-07-02 to 2024-07-08
    2556 /n/2024/07/03/News_Calm_Now_July_4th_Time_for_Microsoft_to_Unearth_First_Batc.shtml
    1498 /n/2024/07/04/Whistleblowers_from_Open_Labs_Hackerspace_Albania_in_GNOME_Wiki.shtml
    1471 /n/2024/07/06/Larissa_Brown_Shapiro_Mozilla_concerned_other_organizations_tak.shtml
    1346 /n/2024/07/02/GNU_Linux_and_ChromeOS_Rising_in_Zambia_Android_Rises_Above_72_.shtml
    1060 /n/2024/07/03/Things_to_be_Pleased_About.shtml
    1034 /n/2024/07/03/It_s_Time_to_Say_Goodbye_to_Microsoft_and_Bill_Gates.shtml

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