Fedora 34 Beta was released last week. I have installed it on several of my laptops, here are the results and observations so far.
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Recent posts to the Linux Mint blog have got me thinking about some of the issues in maintaining a Linux distribution.
This independent Linux distribution focuses exclusively on the KDE Plasma desktop and Qt cross-platform development software.
I haven't looked at the Solus Linux distribution in quite a long time. The recent new release is just the impetus I needed to take another look.
There are a variety of different ways to install Kali Linux, choosing the best one for your situation can make the process much easier. Here is a rundown of the possibilities.
A new release of Linux Mint is out. I have tried all three desktop versions, with both fresh installations and upgrades of existing systems.
This case offers several important features for the Raspberry Pi 4, including excellent active and passive cooling, full-sized HDMI ports, and an M.2 SSD socket.
USB boot has been possible since the Raspberry Pi 2 Model B (v1.2), but it has only become really worthwhile with the Pi 4. Here is some information, tips, tricks and opinions explaining why and how.
The latest Kali Linux images for the Raspberry Pi 4 include both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. I'm going to give them a try.
This time I'm trying both Tumbleweed and LEAP on the Raspberry Pi 4.