Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu’
Ubuntu launches the first in a series of converged devices alongside European partner, BQ
Aid development for and generally test out Canonical’s own phone and tablet OS using the Ubuntu Touch emulator
The beta release of third elementary OS out now and is recommended mainly for developers and testers. It includes updates to drivers and the Linux kernel along with GTK 3.12
LXLE updates for the Lubuntu 14.04 LTS release – but can this lightweight distro really keep an aging PC going for two years?
The green distro makes a switch from Ubuntu to Debian. Does it make the lightweight distro better or will we be returning to wattOS 7.5?
WattOS, the lightweight energy saving Linux distro, has just released an eighth version with a switch to Debian from an Ubuntu base
Fedora 21 has got the go ahead to properly implement GNOME in Wayland, the successor to X11. It may also end up the default display server
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Cinnamon 2.2 releases ahead of Ubuntu 14.04 and in preparation for the Linux Mint version. New version includes many aesthetic and usability updates
Various members of the Ubuntu family have received a beta release of the upcoming Ubuntu LTS. What should we be expecting from the next big Ubuntu?
Mageia’s releases is becoming quite the event. How is Mageia 4 version going to differentiate itself from the already fantastic Mageia 3?
Today is the day Ubuntu 13.04 stops receiving support, the first Ubuntu distro to only get nine months