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Getting Started to Use GNOME Shell Extensions on Ubuntu 24.04

This tutorial will help you in a simple way how to install, remove and configure GNOME Shell Extensions (GSEs) on Ubuntu 24.04 "Noble Numbat". We present you here both ways of managing them by Firefox web browser as well as by Extension Manager so you can find which one easier for you. We also give you some recommended extensions such as Clipboard History below so you can practice. Now let's start reading!

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NVIDIA 560 Linux Graphics Driver to Fully Adopt Open-Source GPU Kernel Modules

It’s been two years since NVIDIA released the first Linux graphics driver with open-source GPU kernel modules, which will eventually replace the proprietary, closed-source driver when these mature.

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ODrive Micro: Compact Brushless Servo Controller with CAN and USB

CrowdSupply recently showcased the ODrive Micro, an advanced, compact servo motor drive developed by ODrive Robotics for precise motion control in space-constrained robotics applications. It leverages ODrive’s established software and hardware ecosystem to support integrated robotic systems.

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posted by Roy Schestowitz on Jul 10, 2024

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  1. Republished Today: Why the US Declared War on Wikileaks
    The world’s most powerful government vs. the internet’s most influential whistleblower site. Is America’s war on Wikileaks an attack on journalism and free speech?
  2. [Video] Microsoft's Plan is Doomed: Expensive LLM 'Games', Clown Computing Losses, and Mass Layoffs Several Times Per Month
    Microsoft is trying to sweep the bad news under some rug or wardrobe
  3. ZDNet Kills the Linux RSS Feed (Syndication Redirected to Loads of Marketing Spam and Fake Articles)
    Jack Wallen and SJVN have been screwed
  4. Links 09/07/2024: Update on DMCA Case Regarding GitHub Copilot, "There Will be More Like Julian Assange"
    Links for the day

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  5. [Video] Apple Still Unleashes Software Patent Menaces That Can Discourage Adoption of GNU/Linux
    Apple's role in spreading patented formats deserves more frequent scrutiny
  6. Links 09/07/2024: Against Slack, Adventures in Webmastery
    Links for the day
  7. [Meme] From Innocence to GNUisance in 41 Years
    Always keep an eye on the goal
  8. Faroe Islands: GNU/Linux Climbs to All-time High of 4%
    It used to be at around 0%
  9. "Empowering Diversity" at IBM/Red Hat Was Failed PR Stunt
    They know it was a failure
  10. Videos Still Important to Us
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  11. [Video] What the Freedom of Julian Assange Means to the Rest of Us Who Obtain Incriminating Information From Insiders (Sometimes Without Authorisation)
    It's difficult to say anything negative about what happened
  12. Microsoft's LLM Bubble Has Already Burst
    Microsoft's gambit or crazy gamble on "Hey Hi" (AI) hype is running out of steam
  13. Links 09/07/2024: Software Patents Challenged Again, Russia and North Korea Escalate
    Links for the day
  14. Gemini Links 09/07/2024: Asian Hornet, Boundaries, and Gopher
    Links for the day
  15. Canonical is a Microsoft/Wintel Company
    Can Canonical ever recover from this relationship?
  16. Microsoft Media Operative, Citing Leaked Document From Google: "Google’s Numbers Also Show Azure Had a Roughly $3 Billion Operating Loss"
    Fiscal 2023 ended days ago
  17. Why There Are Mass Layoffs in Azure, Thousands Have Been Fired Several Times So Far This Year (and Every Year Since 2020)
    This is why they hop onto "HEY HI" (AI) hype
  18. "No Institution or Project is Too Small to Evade Their Interference and Scrutiny"
    "See what has become of the OSI and Ubuntu / Canonical etc."
  19. Template for Ambitious 'Security' 'Journalists'
    explain why the user downloading and installing a malicious program is the fault of Linux
  20. A Leap for GNU/Linux in Barbados
    2019 - July 2024
  21. Over at Tux Machines...
    GNU/Linux news for the past day
  22. IRC Proceedings: Monday, July 08, 2024
    IRC logs for Monday, July 08, 2024
  23. Thinking of the Next Phase of Wikileaks (and Beyond Wikileaks)
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  24. The Paper Tiger
    Paper tigers don't last long
  25. GNU/Linux Surge in Qatar
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  26. Even Notepad Has Become a Microsoft Keylogger (Spying on Keystrokes)
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  27. Windows Falls to an All-time Low Again (26%)
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