Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu’
Want to carry around a multi-booting hard drive you can connect to any computer? Then this quick tutorial may just be for you
The final version of Linux Mint 16 is out now – the most important Linux Mint release since its inception, as Cinnamon adopts its own backend
The lightweight and green distro now comes in more flavours to suit your needs, but do they still keep up with the WattOS ideal?
The latest version of Ubuntu is out, signifying the first stable release of the phone version of the OS as well
We spoke to Richard Collins about the impending stable release of Ubuntu Touch with 13.10, and here are some of the things to look forward to tomorrow
The next step in Linux Mint is out now, although be careful while using it
The distro before the LTS comes with some new toys in the shape of Canonical’s display server Mir. Is it a sign of good things to come?
300 Beta testers will get their hands on Valve’s prototype Steam Box, with other hardware partners making a variety of Steam Machines for customers. All expected in 2014
SteamOS has been announced, will bring Steam games to TV via a Linux-based OS running the clients TV mode, and will also support streaming from gaming PCs
Linux User & Developer 130 hits stores today, and features two live booting discs with ten of the best distros of 2013
The Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding effort was unable to reach even 50% of its target, however it at the very least got a lot of promotion
Is it really possible to build an entire OS from an icon set? The answer, it seems, is elementary