portable_ubuntu_remix

Portable Ubuntu Remix installs Ubuntu as a native Windows application. Portable Ubuntu Remix is build on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala and is built with Colinux Kernel, Xming X server and Pulseaudio server for Windows.

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jolicloud_netbook_os

Jolicloud has announced the pre-beta release of the Cloud OS. Jolicloud also includes a native Windows installer called Jolicloud Express which will allow you to install Jolicloud OS on a Windows netbook.

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All you geeks out there, who have 3-4 boxes sitting around running different distros, here is an easy way to upgrade to Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 from Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10. Please note that Lucid Lynx is in alpha, so do it at your own risk. Step 1: Open a terminal window on your Koala […]

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Linux Mint 8 Helena Desktop

The popular Linux distro ‘Mint’, known for its out-of-the-box working and preinstalled utility applications today released a major update. Moving on to version 8 now, the newest edition of the distro has been codenamed Helena, following the alphabetical naming scheme. Linux Mint 8 is based on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala.

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gimp_logo

Canonical has decided to dump opensource image editor GIMP from Lucid Lynx and will include F-Spot instead.

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adobe_air

Adobe Air 2 beta has been released, following the success of Adobe Air 1. The Adobe Air platform provides developers with a rich app development platform, especially for the desktop.

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399pxLynx_lynx2[1]

Download the test version of Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx as a ISO file. Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx downloads are available for both 32bit and 64bit PCs.

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Linux_Helena

Linux Mint is the best Linux distro for those switching over from Windows. It is easy to use and has extra GUI for common tasks.

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The Chomium blog says, it came up with new ideas of web-browser and server interactions, in an attempt to speed up the browsing experience. The SPDY protocol delivers faster than HTTP and delivered 55% faster.

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opensuse2

Novell yesterday released a new core update to it prime Linux Distribution, openSUSE, raising the bar to 11.2. The new release brings with it several core updates, newer versions of Gnome and KDE and numerous updated packages.

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sun_oracle

With Sun Microsystems going down so badly, will preventing the acquisition help MySQL in any way? What is the open-source community’s response to this? Where are the MySQL developers and what is their take on this?

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Zembly, a web-application to develop other Web 2.0 applications like Facebook Apps, Orkut Apps, RSS widgets and numerous other applications will be shut down on 30th November, by Sun Microsystems.

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Google-Go

Go, reportedly runs at the speed of C. Other existing languages have not been optimized to run on modern day multi-core processors. The learning curves of Go are comparable to that of Java.

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Given the hype GRUB 2.0 had created with its rewritten code, object-oriented model and support for multiple kernels, security issues like these, makes it look like a hoopla to the Linux beginners.

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OO-mouse-model

OpenOffice.org is planning to give keyboards a run for their navigation with the release of its 18 button mouse in February next year. The mouse will come in handy for OpenOffice users and gamers alike.

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