Posts Tagged ‘Linux’
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Jon Masters examines the latest features to land in Linux 3.17 and ongoing development toward features in Linux 3.18 and beyond
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Steam on Linux may be a lot closer than you think, with the announcement of Steam for Ubuntu just the tip of the iceberg
Release Candidate for openSUSE 12.2 has just been released, taking one step closer to a stable release after the recent shake up
Winux? Lindows? Whatever you want to call it, Zorin OS 6 is out, and again puts a coat of Windows paint on top of Ubuntu
The rumours of the Unity game engine being ported to Linux have been confirmed true as Unity Technologies opens pre-orders for Unity 4
The BBC has interviewed Linus Torvalds after winning the Millennium Technology Prize, revealing his thoughts on the success of Linux
Microsoft continues to surprise the open-source community by allowing specific distros on their proprietary cloud service