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GitHub - evilsocket/opensnitch: OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall
OpenSnitch is a GNU/Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall
gitea fork, maintained by Codeberg
a script that installs the various components to run a FidoNet node or point on a Debian 10 system
zathura is a highly customizable and functional document viewer. It provides a minimalistic and space saving interface as well as an easy usage that mainly focuses on keyboard interaction.
A distraction-free Markdown editor for the desktop
Clevis is a pluggable framework for automated decryption. It can be used to provide automated decryption of data or even automated unlocking of LUKS volumes.
Share quick reference and cheat sheet for developers
Podman is a daemonless container engine for developing, managing, and running Open Container Initiative (OCI) containers and container images on your Linux System. Podman provides a Docker-compatible command line front end that can simply alias the Docker cli, alias docker=podman.
FBGrab is a framebuffer screenshot program, capturing the linux frambuffer and converting it to a png-picture.
Ubuntu 22.04 enabling zswap with z3fold and lz4 on RPi systems to acommodate for lower memory hardware
Xournal++ is an open-source and cross-platform note-taking software that is fast, flexible, and functional. A modern rewrite and a more feature-rich version of the wonderful Xournal program.
Also useful for editing and annotating PDFs
I guess it never was.
So Fedora auto-converts all its apps to Flatpak. Does it at least namespace them to something specific to Fedora?
No, it doesn’t. Fedora publishes its Flatpak of GIMP as org.gimp.GIMP. This conflicts with the official org.gimp.GIMP published by the GIMP developers on Flathub. On a fresh install of Fedora 34, if you add the Flathub repository and type flatpak install org.gimp.GIMP, you get prompted for which one to install:
[nick@fedora active]$ flatpak install org.gimp.GIMP
Looking for matches…
Remotes found with refs similar to ‘org.gimp.GIMP’:
1) ‘fedora’ (system)
2) ‘flathub’ (system)
Which do you want to use (0 to abort)? [0-2]:
If you choose option 1, you get a build of GIMP with Fedora’s patches that uses the 650 MB Fedora 35 runtime. If you choose option 2, you get a different build of GIMP that uses the 1.8 GB freedesktop.org GNOME runtime.
There's also a recent post on the GNOME blog debunking some of the claims (for specific environments):
K2pdfopt optimizes PDF/DJVU files for mobile e-readers (e.g. the Kindle) and smartphones. It works well on multi-column PDF/DJVU files and can re-flow text even on scanned PDF files. It can also be used as a general PDF copying/cropping/re-sizing/OCR-ing manipulation tool. It can generate native or bitmapped PDF output, with an optional OCR layer. There are downloads for MS Windows, Mac OSX, and Linux. The MS Windows version has an integrated GUI. K2pdfopt is open source.
Also, KOreader: https://koreader.rocks
GitHub - azet/community_bash_style_guide: Community Bash Style Guide: writing useful and modern bash scripts, seriously.
Community Bash Style Guide: writing useful and modern bash scripts, seriously. - GitHub - azet
eBPF is a revolutionary technology that can run sandboxed programs in the Linux kernel without changing kernel source code or loading a kernel module.
booting 64bit Linux on 32bit EFI Macs (Core2Duo and up)
kubernetes now experimentally supports host swap
A fork of Spacewalk that can be used to deploy and manage a large number of Linux systems, instrumenting Salt. Backed by SUSE.
USB keyboard key mapping with udev and systemd-hwdb.