Google recently announced open-sourcing of its JavaScript library- Closure, a JavaScript compression tools-the Closure Compiler, a code inspector- the Closure Inspector and a set of Closure Templates.

Read More

 

The Linux version of the X-Fi driver is named Creative XFiDrv 1.00. Though, far from perfect this time as well, the driver is open to open-source developers.

Read More

 

Thunderbird has not been able to succeed in its sphere but, the new Thunderbird will feature one of the features behind the popularity of Firefox.

Read More

 

scientific-linux

Scientific Linux is a Linux developed by Fermilab, CERN and many universities and labs across the world. Scientific Linux 5.4 is released.

Read More

 

applications_panel_moblin

Moblin version 2.1 as been released for Intel Atom based netbooks and nettops. The Moblin Linux is best described as an open source project focused on building a Linux-based platform optimized for the next generation of mobile devices including netbooks, Mobile Internet Devices, and In-vehicle infotainment systems. The new version of Moblin features a lot […]

Read More

 

gnome-shell

Vincent Untz from Gnome now states that there is a good chance of the release being pushed to September 2010. If that is the case, then Gnome 3.0 would actually be Gnome 2.32 and not Gnome 2.30 as speculated earlier.

Read More

 

kde-4.3.3

KDE 4.3.3 was released with many bug fixes and improvements on the GUI. This was the third maintenance version of the KDE desktop environment.

Read More

 

Apache Software Foundation is organizing the ApacheCon 2009 at Oakland, California. The conference deals specifically in the Apache HTTP server.

Read More

 

skdownloader

Like any other download accelerator, SKDownloader for Linux/Ubuntu has resume support and also gives a good amount of acceleration on downloads by using multiple simultaneous connections.

Read More

 

John Yerhot primarily a Ruby on Rails developer has come out with a series of screencasts for Unix, Linux and Open Source Software users at FOSSCasts.

Read More

 

Skype

An open source UI will help Skype developers focus on the core services of the backend and leave the development of the UI at the hands of enthusiasts at the open source community.

Read More

 

playonlinux

PlayOnLinux is a popular softwares amongst Linux Gamers. PlayOnLinux 3.7 has many improvements in the application UI and features.

Read More

 

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala has ctrl+alt+backspace turned off by default. ctrl+alt+backspace is the key combination used to restart the X server. It can also be enabled easily.

Read More

 

nscript-nautilus-script

NScript is a set of Nautilus scripts from nanolx.org. This set includes scripts for many common tasks like send to, copy to etc.

Read More

 

With netcat, we can perform numerous networking tasks like port scanning, managing connections, setting up servers etc. One very basic usage of netcat is shown here.

Read More

 

 
Copyright 2006-2012 Techie Buzz. All Rights Reserved. Our content may not be reproduced on other websites. Content Delivery by MaxCDN