• Tutorial – Blender

    Blender's massive feature set can seem overwhelming at first. Choosing a manageable project can help you get started.

  • Cornucopia

    Behind G'MIC's deceptively simple interface hides a mighty image processing framework. While mastering G'MIC can be a rather daunting proposition, here's how to get started.

  • A New Route

    If you have an old router lying around, you can put it to good use with a few easy projects and learn something along the way.

  • Free Cousin

    Veteran Linux users and administrators are likely to have heard of the BSD family of operating systems. However, the BSDs remain a mystery to many in the Linux community. With the upcoming release of OpenBSD 7.0, it is time to throw some light on this little gem.

News and Articles

  • KDE Plasma Developers Introduce a GNOME-Like Overview

    A new overview effect makes it easier for users to interact with both Plasma Activities and Virtual Desktops.

  • Rocky Linux 8.5 Now Available with Secure Boot Support

    The latest iteration of CentOS alternative, Rocky Linux has arrived and includes numerous updates as well as support for Secure Boot.

  • Exploring the Trinity Desktop

    Trinity Desktop Environment's latest release may seem like a trip back in time due to archaic features, but it does offer a functional desktop for modern computing and, more importantly, freedom of choice.

  • System76 Developing a New Desktop Environment

    The makers of Pop!_OS are currently in the early stages of creating a brand new, non-GNOME, desktop environment.

  • Hetzner Opens New Location in the USA

    The Hetzner cost-effective Cloud solution has arrived in the United States to offer cloud servers that offer solid performance without a high price.

  • FOSSPicks

    This month Graham looks at Bespoke, Waydroid, OpenShot, pedalboard, Onivim 2, Mr. Rescue, and more!

  • Cycles for Science

    Linux and the BOINC distributed computing platform help researchers fight the COVID-19 virus.

  • Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the renaming SMB and testing standards.

  • Doghouse

    As an alternative to passwords, maddog looks at various types of multi-factor authentication, as well as considerations drawn from his experience.

  • Isolationist

    Andrew David Wong discusses the Qubes OS project's security-by-compartmentalization approach, including an endorsement from Edward Snowden.

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