The Ubuntu Technical Board has approved three separate proposals which will see Long Term Support (LTS) editions of the KDE-based Kubuntu, Xfce-based Xubuntu and education-oriented Edubuntu appear alongside Ubuntu 12.04 LTS when it is released in April…
The Ubuntu developers have now decided to switch older versions of Ubuntu, specifically the 10.04 LTS and 10.10 releases, to current releases of Firefox. The new policy will come into place on 17 January when users of those two editions will see their …
One of my focus for this cycle is to get Ubuntu’s support for complex networking working in a predictable way. The idea was to review exactly what’s happening at boot time, get a list of possible scenario that are used on servers in corporate envir…
So why choose KDE ??? 01 Keep it configurable The best thing about KDE is that you can change it. This has been its most consistent feature since version 2, and the latest releases are&hellip
Next-gen desktop environment now usable on older hardware. Gnome Shell, the technology that Gnome 3 and subsequent versions of the desktop are built on. will now work on devices that don’t have support for hardware&hellip
This review is written by Terence Lam a student from Singapore sharing his experiences with openSUSE
In this review, I will install openSUSE 12.1, try out GNOME and KDE and also give a brief overview of advanced tools like YaST and have a look at ownCloud.
The installer supports a large number of languages and had […]
openSUSE 12.1 features systemd as a replacement for the System V init daemon. systemd provides a new and improved way of booting up your system and managing services. It comes with many new features like socket and dbus-activation, use of cgroups (control groups) and aggressive parallelization capabilities which leads to a faster boot-up of the […]
Firefox 7 is already available for download Released the final release of web browser Firefox 7. And, although the official announcement will take place until tomorrow, it is already possible to download this link. In&hellip
We can talk with the iPhone 5 like a man.
Ubuntu 11.10 Linux Kernel 3.0.1, Gnome 3.0.2, Light Display Manager (LightDM)