GalliumOS Is An Xubuntu-Based System Specially Created For Chromebooks

As you may know, Google has created the Chromebooks, their own cloud-based laptops, that use Chrome OS as default, which is a lightweight and fast Linux system. Yet another interesting Linux system has been born, being specially created for Chromebooks

The Elementary OS Icons Have Been Moved From Launchpad To GitHub

As you may know, Elementary OS is among the most beautiful Linux systems available, using as code-base the newest LTS version of Ubuntu. Today, one of the Elementary OS developers have announced that the system’s icons have been moved from

Canonical Is Working At Adding VPN Support To Ubuntu Touch

As you may know, Ubuntu Touch is the mobile version of Ubuntu, developed by Canonical. For now, it comes pre-installed on Bq Aquaris E5, Bq Aquaris E4.5 and Meizu MX4, but it is also officially supported on the Nexus 4

How To Install Install Deepin Terminal 14 on Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04 And Derivative Systems

As you may know, Deepin is an Ubuntu derivative that uses the Deepin desktop environment which is based on Gnome Shell and has its own Software Center, Music Player and Terminal emulator. Among others, the Deepin Terminal emulator has support

Ubuntu Touch OTA-8.5 May Be Released Next Week

As you may know, Canonical has released the Ubuntu Touch OTA-8 a while ago, but there are many bugs that had not been squashed yet. But the Ubuntu Touch OTA-8.5 Update has been under works and may be released next

Thunderbird May Join The LibreOffice Suite

There are some rumors that LibreOffice and Thunderbird may unite their forces in order to try to compete with Microsoft’s Office and Outlook projects. An unofficial wiki puts together all the ideas proposed so far, and the collaboration between the

Subsonic 5.3 Has Been Released

As you may know, Subsonic is a free, multi-platform web media streamer. It is used to share music with others or to listen to your favourite music remote. You can stream music online, for multiple players simultaneously, depending on your

Opera 34 Stable Has Been Released

Opera is a popular web browser, available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. Last year, Opera has adopted Google’s forked WebKit engine, the new versions of the browser being based on Chromium. The latest version available is Opera 34

PhotoFlow 0.2.5 (Non Destructive Photo Editing Software) Has Been Released

As you may know, PhotoFlow is an open-source, non-destructive photo editing software for adjusting photos from RAW images to high-quality printing. Main features: Fully non-destructive, layer-based photo editing workflow with realtime preview of the final image Support for 8-bits and

Exaile 3.4.5 Brings A Few Changes Only

As you may know, Exaile is an open-source cross-platform music player based on GStreamer, based on Amarok 1.4 and developed by using the GTK+ libraries. Among others, the music player has support for playing the most popular audio files and



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