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Getting started with Maxima in Fedora Linux
"Maxima is an open source computer algebra system (CAS) with powerful symbolic, numerical, and graphical capabilities. You can perform matrix operations, differentiation, integration, solve ordinary differential equations as well as plot functions and data in two and three dimensions. As such, it is helpful for anyone interested in science and math. Th…"
Command line quick tips: wc, sort, sed and tr
"Linux distributions are great to use and they have some tricks under their sleeves which users may not be aware of. Let’s have a look at some command line utilities which really come in handy when you’re the guy that likes to stick with the terminal rather than using a GUI. We all know that […]"
Hey @postmarketOS I'm mentioned as user of PostmarketOS with my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1! Great! https://wiki.postmarketos.org/wiki/Samsung_Galaxy_Tab_10.1_(samsung-p4wifi)
The Killer Feature Of Tiling Window Managers Isn't Tiling
Run GitHub Actions on Fedora CoreOS
"Learn how to configure a Fedora CoreOS host to run your GitHub Actions. This tutorial introduces you to Fedora CoreOS and Github Actions."
A new episode of the Fedora Podcast is out! This time Timothée Ravier (@twitter@siosm) talks with us about Kionite and Neal Gompa (@twitter@Det_Conan_Kudo) talks about the KDE Spin. Check it out here: https://podcast.fedoraproject.org/season-two-episode-5-the-hosts-timothee-and-neal/
On this jam packed episode of @MichaelTunnell@twitter.com's
This Week in Linux 159 #Podcast!
Check out episode 4 of our newest show, the Fedora Podcast! 😀🐧🐧
Eduard @X3M@twitter.com & Grayson continue to talk about the change to BTRFS in @firstname.lastname@example.org with Chris Murphy!
Fedora contributor, host of the Fedora Podcast. Sysadmin from heart
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