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    Verify your Downloads -- Integrity and Signatures

    When we download software, we need to verify two things: The integrity of the software we have just downloaded. The autenticity of the package. Checking these two things will ensure that the download went well, and that the software is authentic (and not malware, for example). For the...
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    Windows Subsystem for Linux to Support GUI Applications and GPU Acceleration

    Here's the story: This is a huge leap forward to get free software and open source software to reach many more users without requiring the developers to explicitly compile a Windows binary. For the Linux Kernel and the Distributions themselves may be good news, too, because it will run in...
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    Any good recommendation of podcasts, youtube or twitch channels not created by you? Content in both English & Spanish are welcome.

    Hi, folks Do you recommend any podcast, youtube channel, or twitch channel not created by you? Your content in this other thread! Thanks, ~G
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    Do you host a podcast or a twitch or youtube channel? Content in both English and Spanish are welcome

    Hi folks I'm searching for some new content to consume. I'd appreciate links to your podcasts, youtube or twitch channels, if you host any. Only content authored by you (as a way to know more the audience & authors of this forum). Recommendations from other sources in this other thread. Thanks, ~G
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    Life milestones: my first barbecue

    Quite meaningful for me as I have lived all my life in apartments and just moved to a nice townhouse with a great yard. My wife’s father was quite categorical when assessing any next steps towards the yard suburban life and after a serious briefing I got a kettle barbecue. Meat was well...
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    Installing Linux with Secure Boot and Friends

    This is an attempt of make sense about the Secure Boot, and has been published also in my blog. This post is motivated by the confusion and the still prevalent recommendation of disabling Secure Boot when installing GNU/Linux, no matter what distribution we are talking about. Contrary to the...
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    Hello all

    Hi there! I've been using GNU/Linux on and off since 1997 and I'm trying to sneak peek in the different communities to try to contribute back a bit, leaving my two cents where they would be helpful. See you in the forums!
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