Linux Kamarada

On Linux, packages can be understood as "pieces" of the software that make up the system. When you want to add a feature to your system, you usually look for the package that provides that feature and installs it. Packages can recommend the installation of other packages. In this text, you are going to see...

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Get your software built and available for download right after a git push!

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The Linux Kamarada Project is proud to announce that it is moving to GitLab.During the early years of the project, the source code and the website were hosted on GitHub, for which I am grateful. However, after the acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft — which does not have a good past relationship with free software...

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If you already play, or want to learn how to play, a musical instrument, especially if it is a guitar, you should take a look at TuxGuitar, a free and open source tablature and score editor and player. With TuxGuitar you can write guitar tabs or listen to the songs in existing tabs, study scales,...

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Support for openSUSE Leap 15.1, released on May 22, 2019, ends today, January 31, 2021, as announced on an openSUSE mailing list. This means that openSUSE Leap 15.1 will no longer receive security updates nor bugs fixes.The openSUSE Project recommends that Leap 15.1 users upgrade to Leap 15.2, released on July 1, 2020 and expected...

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A critical security vulnerability that affects a large number of Linux computers was disclosed this past Tuesday, 26 by security auditing firm Qualys. The vulnerability was found in the sudo command, included in most (if not all) Linux distros (including openSUSE and Linux Kamarada), which have already published fixes and advise users to update their...

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On the previous post, we booted our Raspberry Pi 4 with an openSUSE image. Unlike Raspbian, openSUSE doesn’t show us a first-time configuration wizard. So, let’s see what are the first things we need to set up on our Raspberry Pi with openSUSE so that it’s really ready for everyday tasks.If you landed here without...

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Did you know that it’s already possible to run openSUSE on a Raspberry Pi 4? The first time I wrote about this credit-card sized computer, a year ago, its fourth generation was not yet supported by the openSUSE Project. At that time, anyone wishing to use a Raspberry Pi 4 as a desktop would have...

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openSUSE Tumbleweed works well on the Raspberry Pi 4 (and also on the brand new Raspberry Pi 400), although hardware support for it is still being developed, so a few features such as Bluetooth and sound still don’t work. But recent Tumbleweed images for the Raspberry Pi 4 don’t boot. The system keeps repeatedly saying: Waiting...

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Etcher is a versatile yet easy to use tool to create bootable SD cards and USB flash drives from operating system images. It provides a clean user interface that helps you selecting the right device to write to, protecting you from accidentally wiping your hard-drive, which could cause irreversible data loss. After writing, Etcher also...

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The Linux Kamarada Project aims to spread and promote Linux as a robust, secure, versatile and easy to use operating system, suitable for everyday use be at home, at work or on the server. The project focuses mainly on distribution and documentation.

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