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Mint finally sorts out the Chromium mess, what distro we should be recommending to new users, a new Raspberry Pi, the problem with Let’s Encrypt’s success, and a packed KDE Korner.
Raspberry Pi 400 with Ubuntu support
Late Night Linux Extra episode about the PI 400
Linux Mint pushes out its own Chromium build to help users avoid Canonical’s Snap Store
How to switch an old Windows laptop to Linux
Let’s Encrypt: Standing on Our Own Two Feet
Chrome will soon have its own dedicated certificate root store
New SysMon on the way & Dolphin Feedback
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