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💬 In this week's issue:
- Troubleshooting common issues in Ubuntu-based distros
- New releases of ONLYOFFICE and LibreOffice
- Nano guide
- And more Linux news, open source applications, videos and memes
🗞 Linux News Round-up
Here is the selected news from the Linux world:
- Meet Fedora Kinoite's secret new spins.
- Budgie 10.7 was finally released with various UX improvements.
- ONLYOFFICE also received a new release with additional features and improvements.
- Similarly, elementary OS 7 was released as a modest upgrade with some useful changes.
- System76 finally gave us a complete look at the development of their COSMIC DE.
- Microsoft, in a bid to halter cyberattacks, has now upgraded its Defender software to lock down on Linux devices.
🧠 What we’re thinking about
Open-source code runs on every computer on the planet—and keeps America’s critical infrastructure going. DARPA is worried about how well it can be trusted.
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✨Troubleshooting Common Ubuntu Issues
If you use Ubuntu-based distribution, you might have encountered "packages have been kept back" error in the terminal. Here's why you see it so frequently.
Another common issue is "Key is stored in legacy trusted.gpg keyring". Here's what you should know about it.
One more common annoyance these days is the 'pending update of xyz' notification. Though I have written the troubleshooter for Firefox, it is valid for other (snap) apps like VS Code, Spotify etc.
Yeah! Starting with Ubuntu 22.04, you'll have a difficult time with AppImage because of missing libraries.
There are plenty more such troubleshooter articles. Feel free to explore them here.
🐧Linux learning resources
Nano is an excellent terminal-based text editor. Learning its basics will certainly help you in long run.
📹 What we are watching
I may not be a regular SUSE user, but I love their parody music videos 😎
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🤣 Linux Humor
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