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Termux: Linux On Your Android

27 Feb 2024 3 minute read 2 comments CryptoEntrepreneurs

Termux is a terminal application that allows you to create a Linux environment on your own Android smartphone and works without root access to your device. This open source application combines powerful terminal emulation with an extensive collection...

Would You Pet a Penguin?

7 Jan 2024 2 minute read 2 comments Debesh Choudhury

How many of you are pet lovers? How many of you live with a cat or dog in your home? I am sure many of you love having a pet. Some of us do not have a pet due to several reasons. Those are personal reasons, and we don't have to discuss it.     If I...

The State of Linux Gaming - 2023 in Review

25 Dec 2023 1 minute read 0 comments LateToTheParty

With the Year of 2023 coming to a close, it is time to look at how much progress Linux gaming has made over the course of the previous 12 months. When I did a mid-year review, Linux had a modest 1.44% marketshare on Steam and over 3% on StatCounter....

Exercising, Earning and Learning 3 NOV 2023

3 Nov 2023 1 minute read 0 comments JaiChai

  While doing my treadmill workout - and earning multiple crypto tokens, I was wondering how I could repurpose three recently acquired and VERY OLD laptops - only 1-2 GB RAM and miniscule HDD storage; meaning, forget running Windows or Mac OS, with t...

I NEVER Required Antivirus on GNU/Linux

28 Oct 2023 2 minute read 20 comments Debesh Choudhury

Do you need an antivirus software for your computers? Anti-virus programs are generally used to scan and remove viruses and malware programs from computers. There are plenty of antivirus software vendors around the globe. No antivirus programs c...

Loonytunables Linux Vulnerability

5 Oct 2023 1 minute read 0 comments comosaycomosah

October is cyber security awareness month and even though the subject may always seem highly complicated and overwhelming the goal is to remind everyone there are many ways to improve your privacy and security. As we all know though that isnt always...

The State of Linux Gaming - Mid-2023 Edition

7 Jul 2023 1 minute read 1 comment LateToTheParty

In my previous "State of Linux Gaming" post, I hypothesized that 2023 would be a "boring" year for Linux gaming. Thus far, my prediction has proven to be correct. The Steam Deck is now being sold in East Asia though it has not really moved the needle...

Python Does Crypto: CCXT Library

12 Jun 2023 2 minute read 0 comments WinterYeti

CCXT (CryptoCurrency eXchange Trading Library) offers a comprehensive JavaScript and Python library that simplifies the process of connecting to and trading on multiple crypto exchanges. What is a Python Library? In the world of openware, thousands o...

Linux Presence Impacts the World

5 Jun 2023 1 minute read 2 comments Debesh Choudhury

The presence of GNU/Linux on the Internet has significantly impacted the web's development and evolution. GNU/Linux is an open-source operating system based on the Linux kernel, widely used as the underlying software for many servers, cloud computin...

The State of Linux Gaming - 1 Year After the Steam Deck

9 Apr 2023 2 minute read 2 comments LateToTheParty

Co-published on Read.cash and Zirkels. Time sure flies as the Steam Deck is already over a year old. Sporting a custom Zen 2/RDNA2 APU in a small handheld form factor, the device can play thousands of games on the go while running on an Arch-based op...