By Marius Nestor We reported the fact that this year will be an exciting one for Linux Mint users, as project leader Clement Lefebvre revealed the fact that there might be a new look and feel for the upcoming distribution.
Two weeks back I wrote about Brainstorming Further Cooling Improvements To The Linux Benchmarking Room with the idea of replacing the vinyl floor tiles and underlayment and using porcelain tiles directly on the concrete slab for helping to absorb some of the heat during the coming summer months. That project is moving forward…
By corbet The KDE neon project — which arguably
could be seen as a replacement for the Kubuntu distribution — has been announced
at FOSDEM. “More than ever people expect a stable desktop with cutting-edge features, all in a package which is easy to use and ready to make their own.
KDE Neon is the intersection of these needs using a stable Ubuntu long-term release as its core, packaging the hottest software fresh from the KDE Community ovens. Compute knowing you have a solid foundation and enjoy the features you experience in the world’s most customisable desktop.”
In this second part, we’ll show you the ins and outs of building both a file and web server.
The port of the digiKam digital camera software to Qt5 and KDE Frameworks 5 is nearing its stable release…
From: Linux Today
By email@example.com Jerry Bezencon has announced the launch of a new version of Linux Lite, a user friendly distribution based on packages found in the Ubuntu repositories. The new version, Linux Lite 2.8, introduces a number of features, including better hardware support, a help manual that is accessible from the….