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How To Install OnlyOffice Desktop Editors 7.3 on Ubuntu

This tutorial will help you to add version 7.3 of OnlyOffice Desktop Editor to your Ubuntu computer. You can do it easily using Ubuntu Software or alternatively Terminal. Happy writing!

Tor Project blog

2022 Fundraising Results: thank you!

First, everyone in our community deserves a big THANK YOU for supporting the Tor Project during the campaign. Together, you raised $367,674 to power privacy online! Additionally please help us thank the Friends of Tor who provided the generous match during the campaign—Aspiration, Jon Callas, Craig Newmark, Wendy Seltzer, and several anonymous supporters.

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AtomS3 Lite ESP32S3 Dev Kit introduced at $7.50

M5Stack just launched a miniature embedded device based on the ESP32-S4FN3 Microcontroller. The AtomS3 Lite ESP32S3 Dev Kit can be used in smart IoT applications and it’s equipped with up to 6x GPIOs, RGB indicators and one Grove connector for external peripherals.

Pixhawk V6X flight controller integrates 3 redundant IMUs and 2 redundant barometer sensors

The Pixhawk V6X is a flight controller platform designed in collaboration with CUAV and the PX4 team. This device follows the Pixhawk FMUv6X standard, Bus standard and Connector standard. The new flight controller supports open-source platforms such as ArduPilot, PX4 Autopilot, ROS, etc.

Mini PC features 4x 2.5GbE ports and supports AES-NI

The VP2420 Vault Pro from Protectli is a fanless Mini-PC based on the Celeron J6412 Intel processor. The device includes an 8GB eMMC module, 1x M.2 2280 slot, dual displays, Wi-Fi and LTE support.

9to5Linux

Proton 7.0-6 Released with Support for UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection

Proton 7.0-6 is here with support for new games, including the critically acclaimed UNCHARTED: Legacy of Thieves Collection, as well as Gotham Knights, Heroes of the Dark, King under the Mountain, NinNinDays2, Super Arcade Racing, 雀姬 (Mahjong ladies), and Crazy Machines 3.

OBS Studio 29.0.1 Is Out to Fix Linux Crash on Wayland, X11 Capture Issue

There are several Linux-specific fixes in OBS Studio 29.0.1, including a crash when using Wayland and trying to use the automatic scene switcher, an issue where screen capturing wouldn’t work correctly on X11, a bug where overriding the theme could cause OBS Studio to fail to start, as well as a software rendering issue.

New Slax Releases Make Persistent Changes Up to 10 Times Faster with DynFileFS

Slax 15.0.1 and Slax 11.6.0 are now available based on Slackware-current and Debian GNU/Linux 11.6 “Bullseye” respectively. The biggest change in these releases is the use of the newest DynFileFS FUSE file system for dynamically-enlarged files to store persistent changes on the bootable media.

LibreOffice 7.5 Open-Source Office Suite Officially Released, This Is What’s New

After almost six months of development, the LibreOffice 7.5 office suite is here to introduce major improvements to dark mode support, new application and MIME-type icons that are more colorful and vibrant than ever, an improved version of the Single Toolbar UI with context-aware controls, as well as support for the Start Centre to filter documents by type.

KDE Gear 22.12.2 Released with Improvements to Dolphin, Elisa, and Spectacle

KDE Gear 22.12.2 is here almost a month after the first point release, KDE Gear 22.12.1, to further improve the Dolphin file manager by forcing type-ahead to no longer inappropriately enter Selection Mode when one of the typed characters is a space.

Xfce’s Apps Update for January 2023: New Releases of Thunar, Xfce Panel, and Whisker Menu

January 2023 was quite busy for the Xfce developers as they kicked off the development cycle of the next major release of the desktop environment, Xfce 4.20, which will finally bring Wayland support. As expected, the Xfce 4.20 development cycle takes place under the Xfce 4.19 umbrella, and several components are already available for early adopters.

$10.80 RISC-V AIoT module supports Linux

posted by Roy Schestowitz on Dec 04, 2022

The Sipeed M1s is a compact module integrating the Bouffalo Lab BL808 RISC-V SoC module along with a NPU. The device also provides WiFi/BL, 802.15.4 Zigbee connectivity and support for interfaces such as UART, I2C, SPI, etc.

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