Almost three years after MPlaayer 1.1, the new version of MPlayer has been released last week. MPlayer 1.2 brings up support for many new codecs in this release.
Sabayon Linux sees a new release this week. Sabayon 15.10 brings several new features in its kitty including Plasma 5. Sabayon is a Gentoo based Linux distribution that follows a rolling release model. While Gentoo might not be a favorite of Linux beginners, Sabayon is to Gentoo what Manjaro Linux and Antergos are to Arch […]
Take a look and download Ubuntu 15.10 default wallpapers.
No, Microsoft is not buying Canonical. You can take the sigh of relief. Earlier, a rumor was doing the rounds that Microsoft is in talks to buy Canonical, parent company of widely popular Ubuntu Linux. These speculations were attributed to some “key sources in Linux community” and on the fact that Microsoft is partnering with […]
Maulana Azad University, located in historical city of Jodhpur, India, gears up for the 30th birthday of Free Software Foundation. Free Software Foundation is a non-profit organization that “promotes the universal freedom to study, distribute, create, and modify computer software” (quote by Wiki). It was founded by Richard Stallman, the father of free software movement, […]
Another one in the crowd of other Linux distros or does VeltOS has something unique to offer?
You want to switch to Linux or perhaps you want to use Linux, but you cannot install Linux for some reasons. What do you do in such a case when you have to try Linux without installing?
Dell is one of the (only) few big names that sells computers pre-loaded with Linux. The choice of Linux distribution is Ubuntu here. While Ubuntu powered Dell computers are available almost all across the globe, it gained popularity in Asian markets like India and China.
Antergos Linux will soon have its own software center. Read more about it.
This is a big news. Almost as big as Microsoft Visual Studio Code for Linux. Unity has released an experimental build of its gaming editor for Linux today. Which means that game developers who use Unity gaming engine can now create games using Linux. Earlier, Unity was available only for Windows and OS X.