The Manjaro community is proud to present a new Manjaro Cinnamon Edition installation media. With the release 15.09-1 we changed our visual approach on things within Cinnamon. For instance we now use standard Plymouth, the background got changed in LightDM. We took also a spin on our wallpapers and icon-themes. Cinnamon got updated to the latest 2.6 series w […]
Canonical is working on the next generation of the Unity desktop, and it has big plans for it, but it's not yet ready for this particular environment. Here are some details about the new desktop that users might want to know.
Actually, it’s something of a miracle that the event is still good-to-go. IT-oLogy, the organization behind ATO, is headquartered in Columbia, S.C., which was subject to massive flooding last week in the wake of hurricane Joaquin. In fact, the organizations headquarters are located only blocks away from the Congaree River, the source of much flooding.
The Python Software Foundation's (PSF) Director Carol Willing is ready for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women conference to start on October 14. One of the many highlights of her week will most definitely be the Open Source Day Codeathon, where some attendees will be making their very first contributions to open source.read more
Ever looked up at the night sky and tried to identify specific celestial bodies out of the millions you can see? Stellarium is an awesome open source planetarium application available in Fedora to help you identify and track objects in the...
The rumor that Microsoft is interested in buying Canonical doesn't seem to go away, despite the fact that there is no real basis to it. We’ve already explained why that is unlikely to happen, but people still don't listen, so here are some more reasons why the rumor is perfect for April 1.
The year was 1996. December 1996 to be more precise. I had just finished my first semester of college and was spending Christmas at my uncle's apartment in Port Jefferson, New York. My uncle was a PhD student studying computational geometry and eager to show me some of his work. He was especially interested in telling me about this free Unix-like operat […]
Today, IBM announces the latest of its Power Systems line of high-endservers. These are the Power Systems S812LC, the Power Systems S822LC (forcommercial computing) and the high-performance Power Systems S822LC. Allof them are custom-built for Linux.
The latest incarnation is version 7.2. A brief statement about this release: Since the previous release of Quirky, there have been steady improvements, nothing really dramatic, but lots of things here and there. As well, various packages have been updated or improved. Significant updates include SeaMonkey and Samba, and a new application, Dia. One new minor […]
Today we are going to show you how to install CakePHP 3.0 on your Linux VPS. CakePHP is a rapid development PHP framework. It allows you to build web applications quickly without complex configurations. It is secure and licensed under the MIT license which makes it a very suitable framework for web developers.
Congatec’s Linux-friendly “Conga-MA4” COM appears to be the world’s first COM Express Mini-sized module to incorporate Intel’s 14nm, 7W TDP “Braswell” SoCs. The roughly credit card-sized COM Express Mini form-factor has emerged as a popular, standardized computer-on-module format in recent months, as seen by new Intel Bay Trail based products from Aaeon, Arb […]
Krtkl’s $60 “Snickerdoodle” SBC is aimed at robots and drones, and runs Linux on an ARM/FPGA Zynq-7000. You get WiFi, BT, 154 GPIOs, and expansion options. The Snickerdoodle appears to be the most affordable single-board computers yet to run on the Xilinx Zynq system-on-chip, which combines dual ARM Cortex-A9 cores along with an FPGA subsystem. […]
Content blocking has become a hot issue across the Web and mobile ecosystems. It was already becoming pervasive on desktop, and now Apple’s iOS has made it possible to develop iOS applications whose purpose is to block content. This caused … Continue reading