Monthly Archives: November 2015

Elizabeth K. Joseph: Giving Tuesday (and every day) to support Linux in schools

The Tuesday following Cyber Monday has been designated Giving Tuesday. Whether you observe charitable giving on that day or any other day of the year, the following are organizations I’ve …

Distribution Release: Porteus Kiosk 3.6.0

Tomasz Jokiel has announced the release of Porteus Kiosk 3.6.0, the latest quarterly update of the project’s single-purpose Gentoo-based distribution for web kiosks. This release introduces a server edition which …

Costales: A new uNav is here! A GPS Navigator for Ubuntu Phone

Big update for this GPS Navigation for Ubuntu Phone :)uNav for Ubuntu PhoneFirst, thanks a lot to Joerg Berroth |o/ who did hard and awesome work in this version!  NewYou’ll …

Hands-On with the Raspberry Pi Zero

I didn’t expect to be fortunate enough to get one very quickly, but I was very pleased to be wrong! Here are my first steps with the ‘$5 computer’. Source: …

Deepin 15 Alpha 2 Released With Many System Changes

The developers behind the Deepin Linux distribution announced their 15 Alpha 2 release this weekend, which they’ve tagged “a different Deepin for you.”.. Source: Linux News

KShutdown Review – Scheduled Shutdown, Restarts, and Other Actions on Linux

KShutdown is an application that allows users to customize the shutdown procedure for Linux and Windows OS, with features like time delay or proper notifications. The Windows OS has a …

KShutdown Review – Scheduled Shutdown, Restarts, and Other Actions on Linux

KShutdown is an application that allows users to customize the shutdown procedure for Linux and Windows OS, with features like time delay or proper notifications. The Windows OS has a …

Ubuntu’s Mainline Kernel Archive Finally Has Working Linux 4.4 Kernels

After failing to build working kernels for the past few weeks, the Ubuntu Mainline Kernel PPA is finally offering working daily Linux kernel builds… Source: Linux News

LibreOffice Now Has More Than 100 Million of Active Users

LibreOffice is hailed as the best open source office suite available right now and keep hearing about the amazing rate of adoption, but we hardly get any real numbers. That …