Jon Masters summarises the latest goings-on in the Linux kernel community, including the 2012 Kernel Summit and the closing of the 3.6 merge window
An Ubuntu based distro, wattOS uses Openbox and is optimised to be lightweight, low-power, and able to run on older machines
If you need to create printed documentation, LyX might just be the answer to your prayers
Semiconductor start-up Adapteva has announced plans to create an open-source experimentation board with a massive amount of parallel processing power, and it’s found a novel way to raise the funds it needs: Kickstarter.
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The latest version of GNOME Shell is now here, with the divisive desktop environment getting a new lock screen and a minor visual overhaul
Upgrade to the latest version of GStreamer now for bug fixes and plenty of new optimization tweaks
The inclusion of a lens in Unity dedicated entirely to Amazon results has caused a stir in the community, but Canonical founder Shuttleworth has come out to defend it
The vast majority among the Linux community? Incredibly helpful. The minute minority? Less so, suspects Simon…
The Community Enterprise Operating System is now at version 6.3. Is the upgrade to the Red Hat-based distro worthwhile?
We take a look at the steps needed to create a unified directory that you can use from any of your multi-boot installations
Raspberry Pi’s can now shift into turbo by changing some configuration settings and getting a 50% power boost, all without voiding the warranty