The huge amount of data and knowledge spread across the internet makes managing important data a cumbersome task these days. Finding the correct information in the massive pool of data needs careful organizational skills. Thatโ€™s where the Knowledge management tools like Obsidian,
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Bluesky and Mastodon are two social media networks with an aim to provide a decentralized platform for users. As microblogging platforms, they also wanted to pitch themselves as a Twitter alternative (primarily) when they started. But, have they succeeded in their goals?
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If you are active in the Linux community, you will often come across the debate on what’s better: PipeWire or PulseAudio? Some users prefer going back to PulseAudio, while others find solving their decade-old audio problems much better. So the question here
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In this blog post, we will cover how install Java on RHEL 9 step-by-step. Java is a hugely popular object-oriented language initially released in 1995 and currently owned by Oracle. Approximately 3 billion devices run on Java: from PCs to gaming consoles,
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It seems that Fedora is gearing up for more novel variants. Last week, I shared the news about Fedora Atomic spin and now they are considering a COSMIC spin. COSMIC is a new, Rust-based desktop environment by Pop!_OS. The more, the merrier?
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Twitter’s open source rival BlueSky is now open for all. It is based on the AT Protocol. And It’s FOSS is already on this new platform. We got to try new things, right? Speaking of new things, there is a new Rust-based
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Are you looking for an easy guide for installing Kubernetes on Ubuntu 22.04? A step-by-step guide on this page will explain how to install Kubernetes using k3s on Ubuntu 22.04. Kubernetes is an open-source platform designed to automate the deployment, scaling, and
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