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UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 3 Has Been Released

As we have previously written, UbuntuBSD is an Ubuntu fork that replaced the GNU/Linux Kernel with the GNU/kFreeBSD Kernel. A few days ago, UbuntuBSD 15.10 Beta 3 has been released, fixing an LightDM bug and brought support for Virtual Text

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Debian 8.4 Jessie And Debian 7.10 Wheezy Have Been Released

As you may know, Debian Jessie is the current stable release, while Debian Wheezy has reached the oldstable status. Yesterday, the Debian Project has announced that both Debian 8.4 Jessie and Debian 7.10 Wheezy have been released, bringing package updates

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Is Now Free For Developers

As you may know, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is among the most popular Linux system for servers and the business environment. It is a proprietary software, the users having to pay for both the license and technical support. Recently, the

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The Final Version Of LibreOffice 5.2 Arrives In August 2016

As you may know, LibreOffice is the most popular, open-source, cross-platform office suite, available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. A few days ago, Italo Vignoli from the Linux Foundation has announced that LibreOffice 5.2 will be released in

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RaspEX (Build 160331) Brings Kodi Installed By Default

As you may know, RaspEX is a free and open-source distribution specially created for the Raspberry Pi 3 singleboard computer, by Arne Exton, a third party, independent developer. A few days ago, RaspEX Build 160331 has been released, bringing Kodi

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How To Easily Upgrade Your Ubuntu System To Ubuntu 16.04 Beta

Despite the fact that the final version of Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus LTS has not been released yet, some users may want to try the beta release. Because Canonical provides an official upgrade path, upgrading your Ubuntu system (Ubuntu 15.10

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Arch Linux 2016.04.01 Has Been Released. Instructions To Keep Your System Up To Date

As you may know, Arch Linux is a rolling release Linux system, meaning that a massive update gets released monthly, including all the updates that have been implemented in the previous month, so that the users that download ISO images

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Edubuntu 16.04 Won’t Be Released, Edubuntu 14.04 Supported Until 2019

As you may know, Edubuntu (previously named Ubuntu Education Edition) is an Ubuntu flavor specially created for schools, students and people with education purposes. It is a regular Ubuntu fork, but has software for teachers and students pre-installed. Edubuntu uses

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OpenToonz Is The Open-Source Version of Toonz, The Software Used For Creating Futurama And Asterix

As you may know, Toonz is a popular software used for creating 2D content, used at popular animations, like Futurama, Asterix and Anastasia. Recently, the Toonz developers have decided to create open-source the project under the OpenToonz name and provide

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PearOS 9.3 Is A Revamped Pear OS Clone (Ubuntu Fork That Looks Like Mac OS X)

As you may know, Pear OS was an Ubuntu-based operating system that used similar artwork and theme with Apple’s Mac OS X. There were rumors that a big (still unknown) company has acquired the OS and discontinued the project. Last

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