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PINE64 Sep 13
This is the (actual photo) - a smartphone companion and a side-project of ours. Are you a or developer with an interest in smartwatches? - let us know.
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Jason Evangelho | Year 2 Sep 14
Meet from , a smartwatch companion for your phone that you can DEFINITELY afford.
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Eg Sep 13
Posts about Richard Stallman are being removed on r/linux. Alright community, I think I'm done here 👋 There are much better communities to be a part of.
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Huawei Central Sep 13
Breaking: Huawei selling laptops running on Linux
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André 20h
Huawei is Now Selling Laptops via - I would definitely buy one!
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omg! ubuntu! Sep 13
Here's Your First Look at 19.10's New Default Wallpaper
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The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse 17h
Instructions for setting up DNS over TLS over TOR with Pi-Hole. By adding TOR to the chain, no one has access to your request and your IP address.
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LinuxGameCast 16h
If you don't have Dirt Rally, it's free on Steam. Includes support.
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Samuel Vermeulen 💻 Sep 13
Huawei remplace Windows 10 par Linux sur ses PC portables ->
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It's FOSS - Linux Blog Sep 14
Meet PineTime: A $25 Smartwatch in Making
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Aleksandr Mikhail 6h
know what you doing and do what you know.
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GamingOnLinux Sep 13
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It's FOSS - Linux Blog Sep 14
Every Linux distro is impressive but we'd recommend you to check out the best ones:
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