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  • Late Night Linux – Episode 177 – Late Night Linux

    Graham plays with a synth, old desktops live on, Generation X11 yells at cloud, Will has been a naughty boy, TV alternatives, and Linux on weird hardware.

  • Where Do You Go After The Ancient Thinkpads - Invidious

    I've never understood why so may Linux users like buying ancient thinkpads but it is what it is, but that got me thinking, what in the world is the plan after these devices are gone where do you go then

  • Surf Ice is an open-source brain surface renderer

    Surf Ice, an open-source software package for visualizing connectome networks, tractography and statistical maps on top of anatomical brain images.

  • CISA Adds Two Known Exploited Vulnerabilities to Catalog [Ed: VMware in trouble again]

    CISA has added two new vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog, based on evidence of active exploitation. These types of vulnerabilities are a frequent attack vector for malicious cyber actors and pose significant risk to the federal enterprise. Note: to view the newly added vulnerabilities in the catalog, click on the arrow on the of the "Date Added to Catalog" column, which will sort by descending dates.

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EndeavourOS Artemis is the First ISO with ARM Installation Support

The popular Arch-based Linux distribution EndeavourOS released their latest ISO refresh called Artemis. Interestingly, the release is named after NASA’s upcoming lunar mission. Apart from the usual improvements, the latest upgrade includes the latest Linux Kernel 5.18.5 and an updated Calamares installer. Read more

Plasma Mobile Gear ⚙ 22.06 is Out

The Plasma Mobile team is happy to announce the releases of Plasma Mobile’s updates for May-June 2022, as well as the release of Plasma Mobile Gear ⚙ 22.06. Plasma 5.25 was released on June 14 and that brought all the improvements developed from February to May 2022 to the shell. Read more

Today in Techrights

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