Launching Keyoxide.org

By iftttbot

Today, I’m excited to launch Keyoxide.org, the lightweight and FOSS solution to make basic cryptography operations accessible to regular humans. Keyoxide. from https://yarmo.eu/post/keyoxide

Split Personality Snaps

By iftttbot

Broadly speaking, most snaps in the Snap Store fall into one of two categories, desktop applications and server daemons. The graphical applications such as Chromium and Spotify use desktop files, which ensure they can be opened on demand by any user via a menu or launcher. from https://snapcraft.io/blog/split-personality-snaps

Ubuntu 20.10 Desktop to gain official Raspberry Pi support?

By iftttbot

While Ubuntu server is officially supported on the Pi 2, 3, and 4 (including the new 8GB RAM variant of the Pi 4), getting the Ubuntu desktop running on the mini PC has so far been a community effort. from https://joeress.com/ubuntu-20-10-desktop-to-gain-official-raspberry-pi-support/

My games in the Snap Store

By mcphail

Fed up of the relaxation of the distancing rules? Has unlimited outdoors exercise caused uncomfortable chafing? Do you want to spend more time in front of a computer screen this weekend? Here’s some games I’ve packaged just for you; all available on the Snap Store for your favourite Linux distribution and ranked in order of…

The story of Your Sinclair

By iftttbot

By the early 90s, the ZX Spectrum appeared hopelessly outdated. from https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-05-03-the-story-of-your-sinclair

Making a snap package of sc-controller

By mcphail

sc-controller is a neat little utility which allows Linux users to use a Steam Controller to play non-Steam games. I’ve used it for a long time on Ubuntu to play games like Pillars of Eternity from the comfort of my armchair. Sadly, it is built with the now-deprecated python2 technology, and the upcoming 20.04 release…