Linux Kamarada

I am proud to announce that Linux Kamarada 15.4 is ready for everyone to use! Linux Kamarada is a Linux distribution based on openSUSE Leap and is intended for use on desktops at home and at work, in both private companies and government entities. It features the essential software selection for any Linux installation and a...

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Support for openSUSE Leap 15.3, released on Jun 2, 2021, ended on Dec 31, 2022, totaling 18 months of security and bugfix support. There was a first announcement in advance on the mailing list on November 30th, and then a second announcement in advance on the openSUSE news website on December 12th. Actually, still on...

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Linux Kamarada 15.4 Final is ready to be released: there was only a small fix after 15.4 RC, the ISO image has already been built and the release announcement has already been written. However, last week I was unable to upload the updated 15.4 repository to OSDN. The repo is still available, the files that...

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Today you are going to see how to upgrade from openSUSE Leap 15.3 to openSUSE Leap 15.4. Since Linux Kamarada is an openSUSE Leap based Linux distribution, this tutorial is also going to show how Linux Kamarada 15.3 users can upgrade their installations to Linux Kamarada 15.4.The same version numbers indicate the alignment between the...

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The Linux Kamarada Project announces the 15.4 RC release of the homonym Linux distribution, based on openSUSE Leap 15.4. It is now available for download.

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What about having the 2022 FIFA World Cup matches and their scores right on your Linux desktop? You can add all the games to the calendar so that you can organize your routine not to miss a fixture you really want to watch. Today you are going to see how to do that.

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The next minor release of openSUSE Leap 15 is now available on get.opensuse.org for users, professionals, hobbyists and developers who want to update to the latest version. Leap 15.4 is a feature release version and provides a significant amount of updates from previous Leap 15.x versions along with new offerings.

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If for any reason you are prevented from using Telegram – for example, if you are moving or traveling to one of the countries that censor Telegram (thankfully, Brazil is not on this list, and hopefully it’s going to stay out of it) – here’s how you can still use it on Linux via the...

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On my personal blog, I made a tutorial (in Brazilian Portuguese) explaining how to set up a VPN on a MikroTik home router using L2TP (Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol) and IPsec (IP Security Protocol). The purpose of that VPN was to allow outside computers (e.g. me with my laptop connected to a cafe’s Wi-Fi network)...

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Flatpak is a distribution-agnostic package manager. It brought a simpler alternative to install programs on different distros: as long as Flatpak is installed on the system, the same Flatpak package can be installed on any distro. A Flatpak package contains not only the application, but also most of the libraries needed to run it. Applications...

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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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