This is the third biennial roundup of notable news articles, blog posts, launches, and other cool Linux-related content that I’ve come across over the past two weeks.
Raspberry Pi 400: Personal computer, built in a compact keyboard.
raspberry pi 400 A purpose-built board based on the Raspberry Pi 4 is included. With that same powerful processor, the Raspberry Pi 400 is specially designed to keep your computer cool and quiet while you work hard. The GPIO pins remain accessible, so if you want to explore beyond the desktop, you can connect components and prototype your projects.
The Raspberry Pi Personal Computer Kit comes with the Raspberry Pi OS along with a mouse, power supply, micro HDMI to HDMI cable and SD card. there is also Official Raspberry Pi Beginner’s GuideAnd this Raspberry Pi 400 is also available as a standalone unit,
WinApps: Run Windows Apps in Linux
Run Windows apps like Microsoft Office/Adobe in Linux (Ubuntu/Fedora) and GNOME/KDE. WinApps As such they were part of the native OS including the Nautilus integration.
Works by WinApps:
- Running Windows RDP Server in Background VM Container
- Checking the RDP Server for Installed Applications such as Microsoft Office
- If those programs are installed, it creates shortcuts leveraging FreeRDP for both the CLI and the GNOME tray
- Files in your home directory are accessible via
\\tsclient\homemount inside VM
- You can right-click on any file in your home directory to open the application with
Uno – Single-codebase for Linux, Android, Windows, iOS and macOS.
with him Uno PlatformYou can empower your existing .NET teams to build pixel-perfect, single-codebase, multi-platform web, mobile and desktop apps.
The Uno Platform acts as a bridge for WinUI and UWP apps, which run natively on iOS, macOS, Android, Linux and WebAssembly. You can run your C# and XAML source code unmodified and compile it on a different platform, yet it behaves the same at runtime. In return, you, as a developer, automatically benefit from decades of Windows ecosystem investment in responsive design, security, accessibility, and more.
sandbox linux applications
Firejail can sandbox any type of process: servers, graphical applications and even user login sessions. The software includes security profiles for a large number of Linux programs: Mozilla Firefox, Chromium, VLC, Transmission, etc. To start sandbox, prefix your command with “firejail”:
Linux Kernel User’s and Administrator’s Guide
Linux Kernel User’s and Administrator’s Guide It is a collection of user-oriented documents added to the kernel over time.
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