Can Linux steal the desktop PC crown from Windows? Experts weigh in.

“The year of Linux” kind of, sort of comes every year, wherein a few more people give it a try, and enthusiasts continue to love it. It’s an OS that’s gotten better for gaming and one that’s made such an imprint on Windows Central that not all of us even bother much with Windows anymore.”The year of Linux” kind of, sort of comes every year, wherein a few more people give it a try, and enthusiasts continue to love it. …

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Intel's Unaccepted Memory Support Updated For Substantially Faster Booting Of TDX VMs

Way back in August Intel posted a set of Linux kernel patches for supporting “unaccepted memory” by the Linux kernel in preparation for next-generation Xeon processors and speeding up the boot time for guest virtual machines making use of Intel’s Trust Domain Extensions (TDX) security feature. Unaccepted memory support hasn’t yet made it to the mainline kernel but now a second iteration of the patches have been posted.

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Let’s build a snap together – a complex snapcraft.yaml walkthrough

It has been a while since we talked about how to build snaps. In the past, we went through a number of detailed examples, focused on different programming languages and the use of various useful components that can be declared in snapcraft.yaml, like extensions, stage packages, layouts, and more. Today, we want to give you an overview of a fairly complex snap, which should help you get underway in your snap journey. We will take a look at GIMP, a …

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