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How To Install Kernel 4.19.2 On Ubuntu

As you may know, the latest stable kernel version available is Kernel 4.19.2, which can be easily installed via the Ubuntu PPAs. Installation instructions: Because it is very difficult to compile a Linux kernel, Canonical has packed all the kernel

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Linux News: VIA DRM Driver Has Been Proposed For Mainline Linux

The Linux 3.11 Kernel is compatible with the graphics driver VIA DRM that has entered in the mainline kernel tree. James Simmons, an independent developer of the VIA DRM driver has announced: “Here is the first run at inspection of

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Petition For Google To Create A Native Google Drive Application

A petition asking Google to create a Google Drive client with native support on Linux has been created on change.org. Last year when Google Drive was created, big G promised that there will be also an native client working on

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Linux News: Fedora 19 Installer For Nexus 4

An Fedora 19 installer for Google Nexus 4 smartphone has been created. This is not an official Fedora project, so it is not intended to compete with Ubuntu Phone. A dude called Rob Clark has reverse-engineered the Fedora so that

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Raspberry Pi Gets NOOBS Installation Software

This time, noobs is not synonym with newbies. The NOOBS (New Out Of the Box Software) installation system for Raspberry Pi allows its users to experiment different operating systems on their RPi. NOOBS is a 4GB software that has included

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Ubuntu Phone, The Progress So far

Those who did not try Ubuntu Phone on any Galaxy Nexus, see this video to create an ideea on it. Canonical’s aim is to release a working Ubuntu Phone system by the end of the year. The development is making

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Linux News: Audiosurf 2 Is Coming To Linux

Audiosurf 2 is coming to Linux. Audiosurf is a music-adapting racer, where you can add your own music and shape, speed and each ride is determined by the chosen song. from here) Unfortunatelly, only the sequel of Audiosurf is brought

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News | Vinix 4.0: Ubuntu Based Linux Distro For Blind And Partially Blind Users

Hello Linux Geeksters. Vinix 4.0 is an Ubuntu 12.04 based Linux distribution, for blind and partially blind users. Vinix 4.0 was released yesterday. “The Vinux team is pleased to announce the availability of Vinux 4.0 CD and DVD images.  This

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Linux Mint 15 May Have Been Released

As you already know, the Mint developers do not provide official dates for their releases. There is no official release on the Linux Mint Blog, and no torrent files on Mint’s torrent tracker site. Despite this, I have checked the mirror

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News: Fedora 19 Beta 1 Has Been Officially Released + Download Links

As you may have heard, Fedora 19 Schrödinger’s Cat Beta 1 has been officially released for testing. This time, the new Fedora 19 Beta 1 has been released relatively on time, unlike the other Fedora releases. More information can be

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