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On 2019-08-01 6:38 a.m., Abhishek from It's FOSS wrote:


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Weekly Newsletter #2019.27


Hi ,

Let's go through the news first.

Do you remember Librem 5? It's the 'real' Linux smartphone running PureOS Linux distribution. Librem 5 is now available for preorder. If it interests you, check out its pricing and specification.

Librem 5 is not the only Linux gadget in news this week. Pinebook Pro is a budget Linux laptop with a price tag of $200. It is also available for a limited pre-ordering.

Linus Torvalds marked the floppy disk driver orphaned in Linux kernel code. Perhaps this is the end of floppy disks in Linux. 

In other stuff, you may surf this list of free disk partitioning tools for Linux.

The open source project highlight of this week is OpenHMD. It aims to create an open-source API and drivers for immersive technology.

If you are new to Debian or Ubuntu based Linux distributions, this detailed guide to apt-get command will surely help you understand the concepts better.





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