SCALE 13x, Day 2: Knock on Wood

By Larry Cafiero That, of course, was followed by a series of sessions that were, for the most part, once again standing-room-only, like Alison Chaiken’s systemd talk, where I understand no gunfire was exchanged. One track, SCALE: The Next Generation, is one where teens organize their own FOSS track and that did not disappoint, from wunderkind Justin King and his 65-year-old computer to Keila Banks’ talk on starting a FOSS-based business to Levente Kurusa talking about the Linux desktop and when it will be “our year.”

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First Look at Ubuntu 14.04.2

By Michael Perks Ubuntu is the perfect Linux for a Newbie to start off with. They have a very good online community to help with any questions. Why, just ask anything about Ubuntu in Google and you will get a response that will help you correct your problem. I have long been a fan of Ubuntu, and used it extensively in my early years of Linux.

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Symple Launches $89 Planet Friendly Ubuntu Linux Web Workstation

By Symple PC

Symple has launched an $89 planet friendly Ubuntu Linux PC focused on classrooms, non-profits and call centers that typically do the majority of work on the web. Encasedin recycled ABS plastic and shipped in 100% non-virgin fiber packaging, the Symple PC has 2GB of RAM, and 80GB SATA hard drive and at least a 2.8GHz desktop class processor.

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Linux Kernel 3.2.67 LTS Improves Support for Several RISC Microprocessor Architectures

By Marius Nestor Ben Hutchings, the maintainer of the Linux 3.2 kernel branch, had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download and upgrade of a new maintenance release for Linux kernel 3.2, version 3.2.67, urging users to update to it as soon as possible. Linux 3.2.67 kernel is a long-term supported version mostly used on very stable environments or embedded systems.

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Robolinux 7.8.1 KDE Screenshot Tour

Robolinux is proud and excited to announce our newly released ‘X-Treme Plasma Speed’ Robolinux KDE version 7.8.1. A mind-numbing amount of time and effort went into optimizing the KDE core and boot-up speed in order to make it run faster and use less RAM so that Linux beginners and advanced users would be very pleased. We believe that Robolinux KDE 7.8.1 is the fastest and most customizable KDE operating system available today.

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