Nextcloud 24.0.2, 23.0.6 and 22.2.9 available

Some quick news- there are new maintenance releases for Nextcloud. More precisely, Nextcloud 24.0.2, 23.0.6, and 22.2.9 are now available. In the case of small version jumps, the updates are usually problem-free. In any case, I just installed the update and it went through without any problems. Nextcloud 24.0.2 is available Branches 22, 23 and […]

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LibreOffice 7.4 Beta is available for download

Anyone interested in the upcoming LibreOffice version can now download LibreOffice 7.4 Beta to check out numerous changes and improvements. For example, Calc now supports and uses 16384 columns. In the release notes you can also read about the improved text layout performance. According to the company, this applies to cases such as PDF export, […]

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Tor project is looking for alpha testers

Tor project is incredibly important for whistleblowers and anyone who wants to remain anonymous on the web. Developers make several hundred changes to Tor Browser every year and these updates need to be thoroughly tested to avoid data leaks and other issues.. A few volunteers are already testing the alpha versions for all platforms ( […]

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Stream to Chromecast with Linux

Streaming to Chromecast with Linux has been a real ordeal so far. Mkchromecast is an option but it has caused several issues for users. Luckily, there are several other options available – Mkchromecast connection issues Top tip – If your media stutters or there are dropouts, your network connection may not be fast enough. Ideally, […]

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LibreOffice 7.3.4 Community

LibreOffice 7.3.4 Community is now available . As you can see from the version number, this is the fourth minor version of LibreOffice 7.3. It’s the Fresh branch, and it’s aimed at technology enthusiasts and power users. For more conservative people is the Still family, which is currently LibreOffice 7.2. However, you should start thinking […]

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Tor Browser 11.0.14 fixes several security vulnerabilities

Great news! You can now download the latest Tor Browser! As the Tor Browser is known to be based on Mozilla’s browser, this new update includes important security updates for Mozilla Firefox. Tor Browser 11.0.14 updates the underlying Firefox to 91.10.0esr. This applies to the major operating systems – Linux, macOS, and Windows. The development […]

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Orange Pi 800 with Chrome OS

At first glance, the Orange Pi 800 actually looks like the Raspberry Pi 400 . However, the Orange Pi 800 is equipped with a Rockchip RX3399 64-bit, which contains six cores. Orange Pi 800  Another difference that is really visible – there is a VGA interface, whereas the Raspberry Pi 400 has two HDMI interfaces. […]

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What’s New in Tails 5.1

The special Linux distribution Tails 5.1 was delayed for almost a week because the team was waiting for Tor Browser 11.0.14. A security vulnerability in the JavaScript engine in the Firefox-based browser has now been fixed and a specially prepared website could access data through the security gap.  Changes and innovations in Tails 5.1 There […]

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Mobile data in Bulgaria

If you are on holiday in Bulgaria, you may be wondering what mobile data and internet are like here. It is positive that you have free WiFi in many public places. The downside is that these wireless networks are all unprotected and open. With a VPN, I use NordVPN * here, you can protect yourself […]

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Steam Hardware Survey – Arch Linux now ahead of Ubuntu

The Steam Hardware survey results are in, here is what we found out – In terms of market share, Linux has shrunk by -0.02% to 1.12%, although this can be seen as a measurement error. What’s quite interesting, though, is that Arch Linux has ousted Ubuntu from the top spot. Steam Survery’s May 2022 results […]

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