The release candidate of Ubuntu 10.04 published on Thursday, apparently contains a bug in X-Server. A Launchpad bug report, [KMS] gem objects not deallocated, describes the details. The bug makes itself felt as a slowly growing memory hole in X-Server. After a few hours of operation, so much memory is taken up that X11 […]
The team has been working hard to bring you the best netbook experience. The 1.6 Release Candidate is the last release of EasyPeasy 1.6 before it’s final. It was released April 23 2010.
New boot system and new boot artwork (Uses Plymouth)
I fancy myself to be what some would call a “Free Software Advocate” and as such when I am making recommendations of free software to people I hear many of the same common misconceptions day in and day out. Lets separate some of the fact from the fiction shall we? #1 Free software is Illegal […]
This is the 361 issue of the World Wine News publication. Its main goal is to bring wine statistics back to the community. It also serves to inform you of what’s going on around Wine. Wine is an open source implementation of the Windows API on top of X and Unix. Think of it as […]
In the last couple of years I have tested many Linux distros. I was never a diehard fan of any of them, kept an open mind and was willing to simply use the one that best fit my needs. Fedora, Mandriva, OpenSuSE, Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and others have been put to the test at […]
For long time WordPress fans, good news for you: WordPress 3.0 is coming. WP 3.0 is scheduled to release in May 2010, which is just round the corner. We have grabbed a beta version of it and gave it a test run. I must say, it is darn impressive. This latest release comes packed with […]
CodeWeavers, Inc., a leading developer of software products that turn Mac OS X and Linux into Windows-compatible operating systems, today announced the release of CrossOver 9.0.1 for both Mac and Linux. CrossOver allows Windows software to be used on Mac and Linux PCs without the need for a Windows operating system license. About CodeWeavers Founded […]
You can’t knock a good FOSS tutorial. While documentation, including tutorials, is often a weakness with open source applications–even very established ones–the good news is that there are some outstanding free tutorials on the web. They’re available for many projects and platforms. Sometimes these are delivered by the community behind particular projects, and sometimes they […]
The past few days we have been reporting on Valve’s Steam client coming to Linux (and some of the Source Engine games too) soon as we had found Linux references within the Steam Mac OS X client and then other Linux references. We even ended up finding the unreleased Linux files on the Valve servers.
My Frugal Tech Show co-host, Jason Perlow, and I spoke with Canonical CTO Matt Zimmerman early this morning about the upcoming Ubuntu releases and a few other selected topics of interest to Ubuntu users. There are some secret goings on in the mill at Canonical that he didn’t tell us about but I can read […]
The Lubuntu Lucid Beta 3 is now available released by Julien Lavergne. We are now close to the final release, this beta should be the last one before final release. The status of this final release is not determined yet (“beta stable”, “rc final” …), that’s why its a beta and not a rc like […]
These are a complete(almost) list of Linux games that I found in the internet. You can check it by yourself one by one since it’s quite a long list . If you have more games that you would like to recommend, feel free to share it.
A few days before the release of the new Ubuntu, here’s a guided tour through the Ubuntu family album with some annotations telling my story with the different versions.
The cloud isn’t just a buzzword for Canonical. For the Ubuntu Linux vendor, the cloud is a technology that its users are actually deploying, and it’s got the numbers to prove it.
Ubuntu’s Lucid Lynx release is one step away from final release.
It’s finally here! The Warzone 2100 Project has released Warzone 2100 version 2.3.0!
Based on community requests, we are excited to announce the release of Magento CE 126.96.36.199-Stable with support for 3-D Secure. This release is intended for Magento merchants using version 1.3.x, who want to add support for 3-D Secure. The release is available through Magento Connect Manager, or through our download section under “Release Archives”. To […]
The Joomla Project announces the immediate availability of Joomla 1.5.16 [Wojmamni ama busani]. It has been about six months since Joomla 1.5.15 was released on November 4, 2009. The Development Working Group’s goal is to continue to provide regular, frequent updates to the Joomla community. Download Click here to download Joomla 1.5.16 (Full package) » […]
We are pleased to announce: Issue 120 of openSUSE Weekly News is out!  In this week’s issue: * 1 Editors Note * 2 Announcements o 2.1 First openSUSE-LXDE Meeting * 3 Status Updates o 3.1 Distribution + 3.1.1 LinuxJournal/Ross Larson: Working With Suse Studio + 3.1.2 SUSE Studio: Welcome to the SUSE Studio blog! […]