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● NEWS ● #dzone #raspi #gnu #linux ☞ Shaking Down the #RaspberryPi High Quality Camera
 

#CuarentenaLibre #Gnu #Linux


Así arrancamos el primer encuentro del @Club de Software Libre en el taller de Gnu-linux desde Cero
Junto a @VicLlorian

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#openSUSE #Tumbleweed – Review of the week 2020/28 http://dominique.leuenberger.net/blog/2020/07/opensuse-tumbleweed-review-of-the-week-2020-28/ #suse #gnu #linux
openSUSE Tumbleweed – Review of the week 2020/28
 
Nest With #Fedora CfP open https://communityblog.fedoraproject.org/nest-with-fedora-cfp-open/ #gnu #linux #redhat
Nest With Fedora CfP open
 
Add videos as wallpaper on your Linux desktop https://opensource.com/article/20/7/linux-wallset #gnu #linux
 
● NEWS ● #RaspberryPi #RasPi #GNU #Linux ☞ Distributing Raspberry Pi computers to help families access education
Distributing Raspberry Pi computers to help families access education
 
The future of #gnu #linux is closely connected to the future of #ibm and by extension #freesw (and if you don't believe me, check if your system has GNOME or GTK and run ps aux | grep systemd as root; see PIDs)
 
Rometty was a terrible #ibm CEO. And I think it's fair to agree on that. Her predecessor helped #gnu #linux and #opendocument etc. Rometty was a bloody Apple fan. And look what happened.
 
#purism on Mobile App Stores and the Power of Incentives https://puri.sm/posts/mobile-app-stores-and-the-power-of-incentives/ "mobile app economy." #gnu #linux
 
#LinuxMint 20 upgrade path opens up for existing users http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/139702#comment-25750 #gnu #linux
 
Digest of YaST Development Sprint 103 https://yast.opensuse.org/blog/2020-07-09/sprint-103 #yast #suse #gnu #linux #opensuse
 

DDG Browser


I tested the DDG Browser and that connection to that Microsoft server was there. That's messed up. (Even if they fixed it meanwhile.)

Be aware of the canvas fingerprinting on that blog:

https://www.cyberhero.tv/blog/2020/07/03/duckduckgo-browser-seemingly-sends-domains-a-user-visits-to-ddg-servers/

"40.114.178.124 is the IP that icons.duckduckgo.com resolves to and WHOIS says that it’s managed by Microsoft. If this is Azure, which I would take a bet it is, then that means that for the last year or more, Microsoft could, technically tap into that server’s memory to see who requested which domain and when. So not only do you need to trust DDG, you also need to trust Microsoft that they didn’t do anything bad with the info. Does anyone still remember PRISM? This kind of passive access to user data is exactly what PRISM was about. Although I could be wrong and maybe the actual... Show more...
 
"If you’re on Ubuntu 16.04 or later, or any other Linux distribution that supports snap, you should not need to upgrade manually, you’ll automatically receive the new version." It's easier with #gnu #linux
Release: PyCharm 2020.1.3
 
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