System76 Announces AMD Threadripper Linux Workstations

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System76 is a Denver, Colorado-based American computer manufacturer. They are specializing in the sale of Linux powered laptops, desktops, and servers. Last year System76 announced two Intel laptops with Coreboot, which as an alternative to proprietary BIOS using Intel 10th Gen CPUs. Now, System76 updated its Linux workstations line and ship with the latest AMD chips for CPU-intensive workloads. But how much of a difference can 64 cores AMD CPU make?

Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition 2020 Ubuntu Laptop Announced

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Look like Dell listing to customer feedback. Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition is the ultimate Linux laptop for developers and Linux enthusiasts/power users. The Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition 2020 now supports 10th Gen Intel CPU and 32GB ram. This system comes pre-installed with Ubuntu Linux 18.04, but you can install any other distro.

Kubuntu Linux Focus Laptop Announced

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Kubuntu is a free and open-source version based upon Ubuntu Linux. Kubuntu flavor uses KDE instead of GNOME desktop. Now, the Kubuntu project announced the first authorized laptop called Kubuntu Focus in collaboration with MindShareManagement Inc, and Tuxedo Computers. Let us see technical specs and other information.

Ubuntu Linux 19.10 released: New Features and Download

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Ubuntu Linux 19.10 released and will be supported for nine months till July 2020. It is codenamed as Eoan Ermine. The newer release comes with updated Linux kernel 5.3.x, NVIDIA drivers for gaming or AI programming, ZFS on root, OpenStack Train, and more. Let us see what’s new in Ubuntu 19.10 and how to upgrade 19.04 to 19.10 using the command-line options.
Ubuntu Linux 19.10 desktop

Modern Linux Laptops with Coreboot Firmware From System76

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Are you looking for modern Linux laptops with coreboot? The wait is over. Coreboot is a free and open-source software. The coreboot project aimed at replacing the proprietary BIOS firmware and blobs. System76 recently announced two Intel laptops with Coreboot, which as an alternative to proprietary BIOS. These laptops are using Intel 10th Gen CPUs.

pfetch Linux and Unix hardware information tool

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The neofetch command like utility written in a bash shell. The main purpose of neofetch is to be used in screenshots to display other users what operating system or Linux distro you are using including theme, icons, hardware config and more. Now we have another tool called pfetch. It is a pretty system information tool written in POSIX sh. Let us see how to install and use pfetch Linux and Unix hardware information tool.
pfetch Linux and Unix hardware running on Ubuntu

In comics: Linux celebrates 28th birthday

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On 26 August 1991, Linus Torvalds announced hobby project that was supposed to better than Minix operating systems. He said I am doing a free operating system. Just a hobby and won’t be big or professional like GNU. Linux turns 28 years old, and we are going to celebrate Linux’s birthday by sharing comics in pop culture that made it even more popular.

Dell announces new Linux XPS 13 developer edition 7390 laptop

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Dell recently announced the new XPS 13 developer edition powered by Ubuntu Linux and Intel’s 10th generation Comet Lake CPUs. The new device will soon be available in the US, Canada, and European markets. It is good news for both developers and Linux enthusiast who wants Linux laptop with preloaded Ubuntu operating systems. Let us see new Linux XPS 13 developer edition specs and other information.

Linux kernel 5.0 released and here is how to install it

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Linus Torvalds the creator and the principal developer of the Linux kernel announced the release of Linux kernel version 5.0. This release increases the major kernel version number to 5. from 4.x. The new change does not mean anything and does not affect programs in any way. From the mailing list:

Te overall changes for all of the 5.0 release are much bigger. But I’d like to point out (yet again) that we don’t do feature-based releases, and that “5.0” doesn’t mean anything more than that the 4.x numbers started getting big enough that I ran out of fingers and toes.