How I Graduated Debt-Free — Back To Stable Hill (reblogged)

I’m sure you don’t need me to tell you this, but just in case you were wondering, college is expensive. Even more so now that colleges are increasing tuition because they have lost money due to the COVID-19 pandemic (while forgetting that their students have, as well). So how can you get around the extraordinary […]

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Debian 10 | Review from an openSUSE User — CubicleNate’s Techpad

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I have used Debian for years on and off… probably more off than on… but when I had some odd hardware to install Linux, Debian is always the go to distribution. In my mind, Debian is known for old packages and a crusty installer. For many applications, old packages are fine and a crusty installer […]

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The Linux desktop’s last, best shot — debexpert

What’s holding the Linux desktop back? Linus Torvalds looks to Chromebooks and Android for the future of the Linux desktop, while Linux Mint developers aren’t happy with each other. Windows 7’s clock is ticking. It has six month left before Microsoft ends free support for it. That’s not news. We’ve known that for ages. But, […]

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EvilGnome – Linux malware aimed at your laptop, not your servers — Infosec News Ireland

Some of our readers asked us this week, “What do you guys think of EvilGnome?” #ICYMI, EvilGnome is a recent malware sample that’s made a few headlines, and though we haven’t seen any examples of it actually popping up in the wild, we thought we’d answer the question anyway. Because Linux! As you probably know, […]

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