Do we need more Linux distros or more Linux users? Perhaps, both.
Two new distros announced this week have specific purposes. Ubuntu users would find one of them particularly interesting.
💬 Let's see what else you have this week:
- Continuation of NixOS and Terminal Basics series
- Uneven circuit aging is posing a challenge
- And more Linux news, open source applications, videos and memes
📰 Linux News Round-up
- ASUS IoT unveils its first RISC-V board embracing open-source architecture.
- The open-source mirroring app for Android, Scrcpy, recently received a new release.
- Fedora 38 beta is now available.
- Vanilla OS 2.0 to embrace Debian Sid, and move away from Ubuntu.
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🧠 What we’re thinking about
Circuit aging for chips is beginning to become a big issue for engineering teams, as they are having to look for new ways to improve reliability to ensure chip functionality throughout their expected lifetimes.
In the latest chapter of the Linux Terminal Basics series for beginners, learn about viewing files using Linux commands.
Continuing the Nix OS series with a few tips on things to do after installing it.
✨🐧 New distros announced
Kali Linux announced a new distro to focus on 'defensive security'.
Another new distro which is basically Ubuntu with Snap removed and Flatpak added to it.
📹 What we are watching
It's always interesting to learn about the origins of the Linux project.
Something for terminal and Mastodon fans
🤣 Linux Humor
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