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3 important changes to the IKEA BILLY bookcase

The first thing I said was “Oh no!” The IKEA BILLY bookcase is one of the most beloved piece in IKEA’s stable and a favourite for IKEA hackers. As far as I can tell, nothing’s broken, so what is there to fix? Designer Gillis Lundgren conceived the idea of a “proper bookcase” on a paper napkin and named it after a friend. Since then over 120 million units of the flat-packed bookcase has been sold in the last 44 years. […]

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Excellent Utilities: Extension Manager – Browse, Install and Manage GNOME Shell Extensions

Extension Manager is a small utility that lets you browse and install GNOME extensions without using a web browser. The utility auto-detects all installed GNOME extensions, including ‘system extensions’ that are already installed. The post Excellent Utilities: Extension Manager – Browse, Install and Manage GNOME Shell Extensions appeared first on Linux Today.

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A Detailed Guide on How to Work with Documents in Nextcloud

Nextcloud is an open-source content collaboration platform that makes it possible to create secure file storage with sharing and synchronization features. It’s not too much to say that Nextcloud is an ideal solution for file management, as this platform allows you to share files and folders on your computer, and instantly synchronize them with your […] The post A Detailed Guide on How to Work with Documents in Nextcloud appeared first on Linux Today.

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DNF Command Line Package Manager in Linux: A Complete Guide

DNF (Dandified YUM) is a package manager for RPM-based Linux distributions, including RHEL, Fedora, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, and Oracle Linux. This article is a complete guide on using the DNF command in Linux to manage and maintain the software package base. The post DNF Command Line Package Manager in Linux: A Complete Guide appeared first on Linux Today.

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Red Hat Hires a Blind Software Engineer to Improve Accessibility on Linux Desktop

Red Hat is hiring a blind software engineer to help with accessibility refinements in GNOME, Fedora, and RHEL. This is a good step by Red Hat. The post Red Hat Hires a Blind Software Engineer to Improve Accessibility on Linux Desktop appeared first on Linux Today.

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Linux Lite OS 6.0 Review: Well-Built Linux for Windows Users

An in-depth review of the lightweight distribution Linux Lite 6 which is based on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS and brings several important changes. The post Linux Lite OS 6.0 Review: Well-Built Linux for Windows Users appeared first on Linux Today.

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Mozilla Firefox 102 Is Now Available for Download, Adds Geoclue Support on Linux

Mozilla’s monthly Firefox release cycle continues, and Firefox 102 is now here less than a month after Firefox 101 with various enhancements to make your web browsing experience better. For Linux users, it introduces support for Geoclue, a D-Bus service that provides geolocation services when needed by certain websites. Firefox 102 also improves the Picture-in-Picture […] The post Mozilla Firefox 102 Is Now Available for Download, Adds Geoclue Support on Linux appeared first on Linux Today.

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