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There will come a time (Precise ends April 2017, Lucid already stopped last year) when support will seize and quite possibly the repositories of their software packages will fold up as well; meaning that we won't be able to install new applications any longer.
One solution is to create your own repositories of all the software packages they offer.
I have recently published a first part of the love story between Jerry and Emma. That was a guest post by Cyriac Gbogou. Today is the time for the second part of the story.
If you look at the list of distributions due to be released within next 3 months, which one is the most interesting for you? Which new release are you looking for most?
Linphone was the first open source software to use the session initiation protocol (SIP) with VoIP. The open software has voice, video and messaging features that can be used with any SIP VoIP operator. And because of its open source nature, it can be distributed for free.
Mageia 4 was released recently. I made a fresh reinstall of my own KDE 64-bit system. Am I satisfied with the results? I'd say yes. Will I upgrade my Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon soon? The answer is "no".
It was just a coincidence probably, but last week brought us update for two distributions I like very much. It is time now to have a Quick Screenshot Tour for Mageia 4 GNOME.
Zorin OS is one of the Ubuntu derivatives that aims the fresh Linux converts. It allows you to start using Linux in the interface similar to Windows.
Zorin OS 8 was released on the 27th of January 2014. Let's have a quick screenshot tour on the features of Zorin OS 8 Core.
I have recently written an article about configuring multiple keyboard layouts in different Linux desktop environments: LXDE, Openbox, Enlightenment. Here is a video about keyboard layouts configuration in LXDE.
Jerry and Emma are interplanetary stars who come from far away, but who are so Free and Open that they easily adapt to whatever environment they find themselves in.
I have written recently about multiple keyboard layout settings in different Desktop Environments. The first article was about Unity, KDE and GNOME3. The second part of series was about Xfce, Cinnamon and MATE. I also created video how-tos for this.
Today we will talk about less popular, still existing desktop environments: LXDE, Enlightenment and OpenBox.
FrontlineSMS is one the most popular servers used in any of the Linux distributions. The software is free and it sends the messages via GSM modems.
I didn't know it (Linux) existed until the day I was introduced to it. That's a chance event for some, but for me it was part of a plan.
Here are some tweaks I used on Ubuntu 12.04.
I have recently written an article about configuring multiple keyboard layouts in different Linux desktop environments: Xfce, Cinnamon, MATE.
That was a text version.
Today I will show you a video about keyboard layouts configuration in Xfce.
Conky, or call it an "Active Wallpaper", is an application that can display dynamic information on what's going on with the computer on our desktop.
Conky is highly configurable in its looks, in what and how it displays, whether text, bar, graph or special iconic fonts and how often and where-about on the screen, in all three dimensions.
How-to video about keyboard layouts configuration in MATE
A how-to video about keyboard layouts configuration in Cinnamon.
You probably know that Emmabuntüs community prepares the next release of their operating system: Emmabuntüs 2. This is the reason why I am happy to announce today a joint contest from Linux notes from DarkDuck and Emmabuntüs community.
This article continues the series about keyboard layout configuration techniques in different desktop environments, currently available for Linux distributions.
Today we look at the second echelon: Xfce, Cinnamon and Mate.
Until a couple of week s ago I was a virgin. A frustrated, 40 year old virgin. There, I've said it. Well actually, to be more specific, I was a...
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