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Chromixium OS Has Been Renamed To Cub Linux

As you may know, Google has created their own laptops for office work called Chromebooks, using ChromeOS as default. Also, an open-source ChromeOS-fork has been released, being called Chromixium OS. Recently, the developer has renamed Chromixium OS into Cub Linux,

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OpenWrt 15.05 (Linux Based Router OS) Has Been Released

As you may know, OpenWrt is a Linux based operating system for routers, simulating a powerful OS present on modern and expensive routers. The latest version available is OpenWrt 15.05.1, which updates the main components. Among others, it adopted Kernel

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SteamOS 2.67 Beta (Valve’s Linux System For Gaming) Received Interesting Features

Valve has recently released Steam OS 2.67 Beta, which is their Debian-based Linux system created by Valve to conquer your living room. This release contains mostly bug-fixes, but it has also received an update for the PulseAudio sound server, received

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Classic Menu Indicator 0.10 Adds Support For Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus LTS

As you know, the Classic Menu Indicator is a the notification area applent for the old Gnome. (The default one in Ubuntu 11.10). It provides a classic GNOME-style application menu for those who don’t like the Unity Dash. The latest

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UbuntuBSD Is An Ubuntu 15.10 Flavor That Uses The FreeBSD Kernel

As a reminder, Debian has replaced its good old sysVinit with Red Hat’s systemd, starting with the release of Debian Jessie. Ubuntu has also adopted the change, Mark’s system being a Debian-derivative, but this under the hood change made a

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Raspberry Pi 3 Will Have Built-In Bluetooth And Wi-Fi

As you may know, Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized single-board computer (SBC), developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Recently, Raspberry Pi 3 Model B has been spotted in a FCC (Federal Communications Commission), leaking some interesting features like

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After 10 Years Debian Renames Iceweasel Back To Firefox

As you may know, Mozilla Firefox is Debian’s default browser, but the Debian developers have named it Iceweasel and kept this name for the last 10 years, due to a trademark disagreement with Mozilla. Because there are many developers that

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The Ubuntu Touch Music App Has Received Spotify Streaming Support

As you may know, Music App is a third party music-player application for Ubuntu Touch, developed by the Ubuntu community members. The developers have redesigned the Music App for MWC, adding Spotify streaming support as well. This is David Planella’s

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Canonical Plans To Add Encryption To Ubuntu Touch

As you may know, Ubuntu Touch, which is the mobile version of Ubuntu, is available by default on Bq Aquaris E5, Bq Aquaris E4.5, Meizu MX4, but officially supported on the Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 devices. The Ubuntu developers

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The Fifth Alpha Version Of The Debian 9.0 Stretch Installer Has Been Released

Cyril Brulebois, one of the Debian Installer developers has announced yesterday that Debian 9.0 Stretch Alpha 5 installer has been released, permitting the users to test Debian’s Testing system easily. Among others, the installer updated the 32-bit support, making the

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