The creator of the Linux kernel blames fragmentation for the relatively low adoption of Linux on the desktop. Torvalds thinks that Chromebooks and/or Android is going to define Linux in this aspect. https://youtu.be/mysM-V5h9z8 There's certainly something to be said for the freedom of choice that comes with Linux, but all too often that freedom is … Continue reading Linus Torvalds on future of Desktop
PeaZip 7.3.0 free archiver utility is now available for download on peazip.org, now available also as MSIX Windows App, and as native 64 bit DEB installer for Linux. The new version improves browsing with smarter sorting, provides better support for reading damaged archives, adds BLAKE2S and BLAKE2B hash, optionally enhances Brotli and Zstandard compression using more … Continue reading PeaZip 7.3.0 Released
It appears that Microsoft Office is about to land on Linux (more precisely on Ubuntu 20.04) as shown on these Tweets: MS Word: MS Excel: According to the developer (Hayden Barnes), the software is run thanks to containers and not on Wine, remote machines or GNOME on WSL. The interesting fact that emerged from the … Continue reading Microsoft Office to launch on Linux Soon
There are lots of new features and improvements for you to enjoy, including the talk of the town, Auto-tiling! Read on for more info on all my favorite new features from Pop!_OS 20.04 LTS.
The Debian project is pleased to announce the second update of its stable distribution Debian 10 (codename buster). This point release mainly adds corrections for security issues, along with a few adjustments for serious problems. Security advisories have already been published separately and are referenced where available.Please note that the point release does not constitute … Continue reading Debian 10.2 released
I want to share with you an open-source & cross-platform game making software called GDevelop 👉 http://gdevelop-app.com 👈It is a 2D game engine with most features you could expect from a modern engine: pixel-perfect support, tiled sprites, 9-patch, particle emitters, video, text, support for custom hitboxes, ready-to-use physics and platformer engine, admob support on Android, … Continue reading GDevelop: an open-source game engine for everyone
After 25 months of development the Debian project is proud to present its new stable version 10 (code name buster), which will be supported for the next 5 years thanks to the combined work of the Debian Security team and of the Debian Long Term Support team.Debian 10 buster ships with several desktop applications and … Continue reading Debian 10 buster released
Next month will be two years since Mageia 6 shipped while the long Mageia 7 release cycle is just about over with the availability this weekend of the release candidate. Mageia 7 RC is expected to be the last test release before officially shipping Mageia 7. In this release candidate they have shifted the base … Continue reading Mageia 7 Release Candidate Ships With Linux 5.1 Kernel, KDE Plasma 5.15.4, Mesa 19.1
The Parrot Linux team recently released the new Parrot Linux 4.6 with some major improvements such as KDE Desktop, OpenNIC support, etc. The new version is released after three months of a continuous heavy development cycle. It’s a big achievement for the team as they have now shifted to their own infrastructure using the same.If … Continue reading Parrot 4.6 Linux Distro Released
For anyone who has any kind of remote interest in FOSS, this should be horrifying to you, because this "Code of Conduct" has been made to control the speech, attitude, and basically EVERYTHING related to the people working on the code. This is the kind of stuff that would get you banned for "misgendering" someone, or … Continue reading The Linux kernel replaces "Code of Conflict" with "Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct"