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  • How to customize the search results in Gnome Shell

    Gnome Shell has a robust search feature that allows users to find everything from the weather to browser bookmarks, files, and more directly from the app menu. But did you know that you can add your custom search locations to Gnome?

    In this guide, we’ll show you how you can customize the search results in Gnome Shell to add custom search locations, turn search features off, and more.

  • How to Resize Existing LUN/Disk on Linux

    In most cases, disk space can be expanded by adding a new LUN to the system.

    But in some scenario, you may need to resize the existing LUN in order to extend the file system.

    Extending the file system involves two parts, extending the corresponding logical volume and then growing FS over it.

    Adding, resizing or deleting the LUN on a Linux system can be done without restarting.

  • How to create a bootable Windows 11 USB on Linux
  • How to install Linux Mint Debian edition 5 “Elsie”

    Linux Mint Debian Edition 5 “Elsie” was released in March. With it come many excellent features and software improvements. Here’s how you can install LMDE 5 on your desktop or laptop.

  • How to Hide Wget Command Output in Linux Command Line

    Wget is a GNU-based free software that has made it possible for numerous Linux-based users to non-interactively download files over the internet or any network without relying on graphical tools like web browsers. Its file download prowess is associated with network/internet protocols like FTP, FTPS, HTTP, and HTTPS.

    The primary objective of this article is directly associated with the last stated GNU Wget feature (handling unattended/background operations).

  • Use Composer to require Git repositories within PHP projects | Opensource.com

    The dependency management tool Composer provides multiple ways to include Git repositories within a PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor (PHP) project.

    In many cases, repositories have been created on Packagist, so requiring them with Composer is very straightforward. But what do you do when a repository has not been created as a package on Packagist? You use Composer to require the package directly from the repository. This article explains how.

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Plasma Mobile Gear ⚙ 22.06 is Out

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MNT Pocket Reform 7-inch modular mini laptop takes a range of Arm (and FPGA) modules

MNT Pocket Reform is an open-source hardware mini laptop with a 7-inch Full HD display, an ortholinear mechanical keyboard, and trackball, that follows the path of its older and bigger sibling: the MNT Reform 2 laptop initially launched with an NXP i.MX 8M quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 module. The new laptop will not only support a similar “NXP i.MX 8M Plus” module but also a range of other Arm modules namely an NXP Layerscape LS1028A module with up to 16GB RAM, the Raspberry Pi CM4 module via an adapter, Pine64 SOQuartz (RK3566, up to 8GB RAM), as well as based on AMD Xilinx Kintex-7 FPGA for industrial use. Read more Also: STEPFPGA supports Verilog on cloud-based IDE and Lattice’s Diamond IDE