The newest, fast interface, USB 3.0, is finally out, but only one operating system has native support for it: Linux.Ever get tired of Windows people proclaiming how their operating system has device support for this, that, and the other thing and Linux doesn't? Well, now you have a perfect come-bac ...
Adobe Labs announced last evening, July 13th, the immediate availability for download of the first Beta release of the upcoming Adobe Flash Player 11 for Linux, Windows and Machintosh platforms, now with native support for 64-bit Linux operating systems. Our prayers have come to an end, as Adobe has finally released a few hours ... (read more)
After exactly one month of testing, the main Linux kernel packages of the Arch Linux operating system have been finally updated to the current version, 3.13.4.During the last years Arch Linux proved to be a pioneer distribution, especially when we talk about the latest software releases.
Try a fast and feature-filled Twitter client for Linux. Polly is a native Linux app for Twitter that features multiple customizable columns, support for multiple accounts and desktop notifications.
Sure, I’ve shown you Twitter clients for Linux before. Some are great, but not all of them survived the Oauthpocolypse.
If you've watched the news lately, you know that last week a Linux developer has released the first ever native Linux kernel module for Microsoft's exFAT filesystem. Well, that's not great news... that's wonderful news, for all Linux users, as previous implementations of the exFAT filesystem in the Linux kernel were done via FUSE (Filesy... (read more)
I was going through an article on GNU which goes something like below
There really is a Linux, and these people are using it, but it is just
a part of the system they use. Linux is the kernel: the program in the
system that allocates the machine's resources to the other programs
that you run.