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  • Turkish Municipality Saves $1M By Migrating to Pardus Linux

    Turkish Municipality Saves $1M By Migrating to Pardus Linux

    There are many reasons why governments and other societal entities may elect to use Linux and other open source software instead of the proprietary alternatives, but arguably, minimizing software licensing costs is one of the most important reasons for this. Today we’ll be showing the story of Eyupsultan municipality, which is located at the European […]

  • Fix Bluetooth rtl8761b Problem on Linux (Ubuntu 22.04)

    Fix Bluetooth rtl8761b Problem on Linux (Ubuntu 22.04)

    Linux has sadly many problems when it comes to Bluetooth, or at least, some specific distributions of it. We have seen a case before where many Bluetooth devices were actually supported by the kernel, but an issue in USB power management caused these devices to not work for a very, very long time on various […]

  • Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 22.04

    Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 22.04

    Ubuntu releases a new version every six months. However, most of the stuff you may need to do after installing the new version are generally the same. This article will guide you through enhancing your new system. No matter what supported version of Ubuntu you use, you can follow those steps. Please don’t look at […]

  • How to Install Firefox as a DEB Package on Ubuntu 22.04

    How to Install Firefox as a DEB Package on Ubuntu 22.04

    The most notable change you’ll notice in Ubuntu 22.04 is that the Firefox browser is no longer installed on the system as a traditional DEB package. Instead, it is now being installed as a Snap package. From developer’s point of view, the eases the update process and ensures that all Ubuntu users are using the […]

  • Easily Set up Remote Backups With Open Source Duplicati

    Easily Set up Remote Backups With Open Source Duplicati

    Backups are an essential thing to do and manage in today’s world, where you can easily expect your data to be hacked or lost because of any internal or external error. At the end, no one wants to suffer through a precious data loss, and the best way to save the day is to have […]

  • Extend Ubuntu LTS Support Period to 10 Years With Ubuntu Advantage

    Extend Ubuntu LTS Support Period to 10 Years With Ubuntu Advantage

    Historically, Ubuntu Long-term support (LTS) versions were always supported with updates for 5 years after the release date. So for example, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS was supported with updates from 2012 to 2017. However, Canonical announced last year that it is going to extend this support period up to 10 years for Ubuntu Advantage users. Ubuntu […]

  • F-Droid is a Google Play Alternative for Open Source Apps

    F-Droid is a Google Play Alternative for Open Source Apps

    It is true that many open source apps are available in the Google’s Play Store, but most of them don’t like to be there. After all, Google Play is a proprietary software and fully controlled by the biggest advertisement company on the planet. That’s why open source app developers have been looking for a better […]

  • NewPipe Is Your Alternative YouTube Client For Android

    NewPipe Is Your Alternative YouTube Client For Android

    The official YouTube client for android is full of ads and other tracking scripts. If you use it, then you will be forced to watch tens of intrusive ads from video to video, and your privacy will be under attack because of Google’s tracking activities. Luckily, you don’t have to go through all this. You […]

  • Tune Your Galaxy Buds With This Open Source Desktop App

    Tune Your Galaxy Buds With This Open Source Desktop App

    Bluetooth earbuds are quite common these days, and there have been many companies making them. One of them is Samsung, which makes the Buds, Buds Live, Buds+ and Buds Pro earbuds. Sadly Samsung does not provide a universal desktop application to adjust the settings of these earbuds for users, and hence, they are stuck with […]