Last November, the developers of the popular Nautilus-Elementary announced that the Nautilus-Elementary project has been discontinued. Today, they have taken an u-turn and has announced that they are reviving the Nautilus-Elementary project again.

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In November last year, we reported on a patch for the Linux kernel that does wonder to the performance of the kernel under heavy load. This patch has been finally merged with the kernel in the latest release of the Linux kernel (2.6.38).

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After a two days delay, the Mandriva team has released the first beta of Mandriva 2011 yesterday. This is a release meant for testing before the final version is released in June 2011.

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Today Mike Coley, the same person who developed the Unity integration, has said that the next step after Thunderbird Unity Launcher is to get Ubuntu One Contact integration in Thunderbird.

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It looks like openSUSE is looking to drop its current naming scheme in favor of a new one which is easier to follow. Traditionally openSUSE has a naming scheme which is confusing at best.

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Dassaults Systemes has just released the first beta of an AutoCAD clone called DraftSight. Unlike AutoCAD which does not work on Linux and which cost a bomb, DraftSight is a free software and it works on Linux as well.

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Linux is a great operating system. However, for some old Windows users, there’s always a favorite application that’s missing. In my case it was Windows Live Writer.

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The team behind Jolicloud has announced that they are giving Jolicloud a new identity. Earlier, the name “Jolicloud” referred to the operating system. Now we have Jolicloud and Joli OS.

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Fedora 15 Alpha was released yesterday. In this article, we take a look at the new features it brings.

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If even after a decade of migration, the government had to turn back, it proves that Linux is not ready for the common-man yet and is still, an operating system for power-users.

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Are you too old to read comic books? I don’t think there’s an age limit, and if you want to view comic books online, here are some great tips for viewing CBR and CBZ files.

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Instead of paying Canonical the 75%, the Banshee team has decided to have the Ubuntu One Music Store activated by default.

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Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS, the second maintenance release of Ubuntu 10.04, is now available for download.

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PyShare is a application for Linux which makes sharing pictures and other files very simple. It acts as a Nautilus extension and allows users to share files from withing nautilus.

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Following in the footsteps of the London Stock Exchange, the Johannesburg Stock Exchange has also announced its plan to switch over to a Linux based system.

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