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The following is a selection of our open source news roundup. MidnightBSD 0.5 has been released on September 22, 2014 After years of development available to release a desktop-oriented operating system MidnightBSD 0.5.0, based on FreeBSD with elements ported from DragonFly BSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD. Basic desktop environment built on GNUstep, but users have the […]

The KDE project has announced the release of user interface Plasma Active 4, based on KDE technology and is optimized for use on touch-screen devices. Basic user interface Plasma Active is designed for use on a Tablet PC, but can be adapted for smart phones, set-top boxes , media centers and home automation systems, automotive […]

Ubuntu development team has introduced an updated version of the long-term support for Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS (Desktop, Server, Cloud and Core editions). Version 12.04.3 includes an updated kernel for the x86 architecture and graphics stack for newly installed systems. As usual, the release contains many fixes, updated installation images that would reduce the volume of […]

In DragonFly BSD KMS adds support for Intel graphics cards Francois Tigeot reported on the implementation of KMS module to switch to video mode kernel DragonFly BSD. Code is integrated into the master-branch git-repository DragonFly BSD. Supported graphics cards on the chipset Intel i915. The basis was taken code for FreeBSD, which has been ported […]

The second alpha release branches of Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) and beta version Ubuntu SDK is Available. Presented a second alpha release Ubuntu 13.10 “Saucy Salamander”. Under the new development plan, has already been tested in the preparation of Ubuntu 13.04, individual alpha build will not be formed, instead of testing is offered daily use […]

The Ubuntu project has announced the availability of the alpha version 13.10. Ubuntu GNOME 13.10, Lubuntu 13.10 and Kubuntu 13.10 is available for download. Ubuntu Linux developers have announced the start of the alpha test release 13.10 “Saucy Salamander”. Under the new development plan, has already been tested in the preparation of Ubuntu 13.04, individual […]

Linux OS distributions

Today, there is a huge amount of distributions OS Linux. All distributions can be divided into two categories: the highly specialized (eg for use on routers), and designed for mainstream users. As of today there are several hundred versions of Linux and they keep popping up every day. Such diversity was possible only thanks to […]

After Successfully migrate public institutions on Linux, the City Council of Munich did not stop there and took the initiative to provide all residents of tools for the transition from Windows XP to Linux. According to the plan, which passed the stage of preliminary approval, until the spring of next year it is planned to […]

New Ubuntu 13.04 Release Comes in Seven Different Varieties. These versions of Ubuntu which work completely differently, also exist for free download. It is not always about that state-of-the-art computer that thrills many but also the software that runs on it. Imagine a situation whereby you have a customized Operating System that perfectly meets your […]

Canonical has published technical specifications of the new Ubuntu 13.04 At week Canonical released the technical details of the new distribution Ubuntu 13.04 Raring Ringtail, which is expected to release on April 25. Simultaneously with the light will go out and the other Ubuntu-satellite projects, such as Edubuntu, Kubuntu, Lubuntu, UbuntuKylin, Ubuntu Cloud, Ubuntu Studio, […]