Barcelona city administration has prepared the roadmap to migrate its existing system from Microsoft and proprietary software to Linux and Open Source software.
Brief: More trouble ensues for 32-bit operating systems as NVIDIA announces the end for graphics driver support for the 32-bit systems.
Installing Ubuntu 17.10 bricks many Lenovo laptops. Canonical has removed the Ubuntu 17.10 downloads from its website until this issue is fixed.
The good old Kdenlive video editor just got a bit better with the new maintenance release.
Vivaldi web browser has released an experimental version for Linux based ARM devices. This means that you can now use it on your Raspberry Pi.
Feeling nostalgic about that Game Boy of your childhood and all those games you played on it? GameShell aims to bring it back to you.
Univention Summit is the meeting point for Open Source communities to network, transfer knowledge and initiate new projects.
Linux Kernel 4.14 is here with less zero day vulnerabilities and improved performance. Not to forget that this LTS release will be supported for six long years.
Arch Linux joins the growing list of Linux distributions that terminated support for 32-bit systems.
One of the best lightweight Linux distributions, antiX has just released its latest version, antiX-17 code-named “Heather Heyer”. Check out the features.