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Paperwork was developed to manage the paperless office – a dream as old as desktop PCs.
Developers fed up with cryptic Makefiles should take a look at the new Meson build system, which is simple to operate, offers scripting capabilities, integrates external test tools, and supports Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X.
Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.
The popular LXDE lightweight desktop is undergoing big changes under the hood, and the future looks bright.
Mate isn't just for Mint users. The DMDc project is Mate on top of Debian Testing.
The most fundamental tool needed to administer a cluster is a parallel shell, which allows you to run the same command on a series of nodes. In this article, we look at pdsh.
The Xfce desktop travels light but still comes with all the essential features.
The new networkd component of the systemd project supports basic network configuration. Despite its early stage of development, one thing is clear: This is a daemon with brains.
If you are looking off the beaten Ubuntu and Debian paths for a fast, multimedia distro with a Gnome 3 desktop, take a closer look at Fedora-based Chapeau Linux.
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