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Linux and Zimbra

I forget how many times I’ve switched email client over the years, but I seem to have cycled over the options I’m aware of at least twice. Each...

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Printing from Linux

I’m not sure that printing problems are particular to Linux, indeed I can remember struggling with printers as far back in the 80’s, working with...

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KDE Plasma Desktop 5.19

As Plasma 5.20 is about to be released, I thought I’d do a quick piece on 5.19 as it’s readily available for anyone who wants to take it for a spin...

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CrowPi2 – Raspberry Pi Laptop

I find it amazing how some of the best new ideas end up in Kickstarter programmes when some larger companies seem to have run out of ideas and don’t seem...

Linux News

GNOME 3.38 Released

The latest version of GNOME 3 has been released today. Version 3.38 contains six months of work by the GNOME community and, as always, includes many new...

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Unix: A History and a Memoir

While I didn’t grow up with Unix, I used Unix throughout my academic and professional career. I first used SunOS Unix when I was a physics student at...

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What is WSL2?

Once upon a time there was a software company who had the world wide Operating System market all sewn up. Then one day, along came a baby penguin, no great...

Linux News

Bottlerocket OS

It would appear that Amazon have released another new Linux Operating System, this time dedicated to hosting containers. Bottlerocket focuses on security and...

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Linux on the Desktop

The expression a Linux Desktop means different things to different people, to the technical community is means reliability, flexibility, speed, ease of use, to...