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GNOME Is Now 18 Years Old

GNOME has celebrated 18 years on the 13th of April 2015, meaning that the project has the legal age to get drunk for the first time. If you are new here, GNOME is an open-source desktop environment used on the

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How To Install GNOME 3.16 On Arch Linux Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GNOME 3.16 has been recently released, coming with UI improvements, Nautilus enhancements, updates for the GNOME specific apps: Eye of GNOME, GTK+, Tracker, GNOME Maps, GNOME Music, GNOME Control Center, Videos, GNOME Terminal,

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How To Install GNOME 3.16 On Ubuntu GNOME 14.10 Utopic Unicorn

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GNOME 3.16 has been recently released, coming with UI improvements, Nautilus enhancements, updates for the GNOME specific apps: Eye of GNOME, GTK+, Tracker, GNOME Maps, GNOME Music, GNOME Control Center, Videos, GNOME Terminal,

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How To Install Mailnag 1.0 On Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.10 And Ubuntu 14.04, Using Either Unity Or Gnome Shell

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, Mailnag is an open-source email notification daemon available for both GNOME 3 and Unity, which checks the POP3 and IMAP email servers. By clicking on the notification popups, the default email client will

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GNOME 3.14.1 Has Been Released. How To Install GNOME 3.14.1 On Ubuntu 14.10

Hello Linux Geeksters. Not long after the release of GNOME 3.14, which brought new features and enhancements, GNOME 3.14.1 has been released, coming with bug-fixes only. Among others, GNOME Shell’s pulse animation now works properly, some user interface enhancements have

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How To Install GNOME 3.14 On Ubuntu 14.10 Systems

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GNOME 3.14 has been recently released, finally working well with PackageKit’s Pacman (the Arch Linux package manager) back-end, the GNOME Software now being capable to utilize native AppStream meta-data. Among others, GNOME 3.14

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How To Install (And Test) GNOME 3.14 On Arch Linux

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GNOME 3.14 has been recently released, finally working well with PackageKit’s Pacman (the Arch Linux package manager) back-end, the GNOME Software now being capable to utilize native AppStream meta-data. Among others, GNOME 3.14

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Debian 8.0 Jessie Has Switched Back To GNOME, GNOME 3.14 Being Prepared Right Now

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the Debian developers have previously decided to use XFCE as the default desktop environment of Debian 8 Jessie. Recently, the developers have dropped this idea and readopted GNOME, and, as a consequence, GNOME

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Fedora 21 Alpha 1 Will Be Released Tomorrow, Using GNOME 3.14 (Stable Or Not) As Default

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the first alpha version of Fedora 21 will be released tomorrow, after several delays, using GNOME 3.14 (stable or not) as the default desktop environment. Fedora 21 will be among the first systems

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The GNOME 3.14 Features Have Been Demoed In A Video

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, GNOME 3.14 will be released soon, being available by default on Fedora 21 and other Linux systems adopting bleeding edge software, let’s say. Among others, GNOME 3.14 comes with a rewritten Adwaita theme,

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