Posts Tagged ‘debian’
Debian drops GNOME as the default desktop in favour of xfce, however this may not be for good
A highly customised Debian designed for video and audio professionals, how exactly does it differ from other distros, and does it deliver?
The latest in the Webconverger line of internet kiosk distros is out now, with all important upgrades to its Linux core and web software
Newly stable Debian 7 “wheezy” is receiving its first update, 7.1, which mainly includes bug fixes and corrections to security issues
Debian 7.0 will go stable on May 5th, with Debian 8.0 Jessie to be the next testing versions of the venerable distro
A Turkish distro that’s been on hiatus for a couple of years, is this latest version a long awaited sequel, or a disappointing reboot?
In our definitive review, we pit Ubuntu up against eight other distributions to see whether or not it’s still the best around
The new point release for the stable branch of Debian has been released, includes security fixes and package updates
PureOS 5 has just been released, coming with the latest Debian Testing packages, Linux Kernel 3.3.6, and more.
Can an operating system consisting of just a web browser, designed for public kiosk use, offer anything of use to the masses? Gareth Halfacree investigates…
Support Debian gurus Raphael Hrtzof and Roland Mas in their mission to translate the seminal “Cahiers de l’Admin Debian Squeeze” and earn yourself dinner with the authors…
The launch of Debian 6.0 Squeeze may mark the end of Debian’s unpredictable release schedule, but it’s still the domain of FOSS purists, says Linux User & Develop columnist, Richard Hillesley…