You Can Now Make Bootable ChromeOS Flex USB on Linux

The recent capability to create a bootable ChromeOS Flex USB directly from a Linux environment marks a significant advancement for tech enthusiasts interested in repurposing older hardware. This streamlined process involves downloading and extracting the ChromeOS Flex image, flashing the USB drive, and testing the performance before fully installing the operating system. This innovation promises…

The Official Microsoft Teams App for Linux Is Being Retired

The retirement of the official Microsoft Teams desktop client for Linux, announced recently, has generated significant discourse within the Linux community. This shift to a new progressive web app (PWA) format, while promising improved features and user experience, also brings concerns regarding its reliance on Electron and potential browser compatibility issues. As Microsoft outlines the…

Sticky Notes Is a New Notes App for GNOME Desktops

The recent introduction of ‘Sticky Notes‘ for GNOME desktops, as highlighted by Omg! Linux, marks a significant development in the domain of note-taking applications. Featuring eight pastel color options, resizable and independent note windows, and individual note color customization, this app is designed to enhance user experience with its visually appealing interface. Its robust text…

Raspberry Pi Connect: Remote Access to Your Pi From Any Web Browser

The advent of Raspberry Pi Connect heralds a new era in the remote management of Raspberry Pi devices, offering unparalleled convenience through any web browser. This innovative tool allows users to link their devices using a unique ID, enabling seamless access and control from virtually anywhere. By simplifying the verification process and providing extensive troubleshooting…

Opensuse Leap 15.5 Is Now Available to Download

OpenSUSE Leap 15.5 has now been released and is available for download, bringing a host of new features and improvements to the table. This update integrates KDE Plasma 5.27, Mesa 22.3.5, and the Linux 5.14 kernel, all aimed at enhancing system performance and security. With improved GPU support and better driver compatibility, this version is…

New 2D CAD Software for Linux Is Available for Testing

A remarkable development has emerged for the Linux community with the release of a new 2D CAD software now available for testing on Flathub. This application, designed with a keen focus on Linux compatibility, offers a suite of drawing creation tools, advanced layer management, and precise entity modification capabilities. As it enters the alpha release…

Manage Flatpak App Permissions Easily Using Flatseal

Managing application permissions is a critical aspect of maintaining a secure and efficient system, especially when using Flatpak for application distribution. Flatseal offers a user-friendly solution, enabling users to manage these permissions with ease through its intuitive interface. From controlling network access to modulating filesystem permissions, Flatseal provides detailed customization options. This tool not only…