The stable version of Debian 5.0 is scheduled for September, but KDE backports are available already.more »
Troubleshooting Find help for your openSUSE systemAug 18, 2008
Even the most experienced users sometimes have questions. If you need a specific answer to a specific question, the openSUSE community provides help in several places.more »
YaST Managing your system with YaSTAug 18, 2008
One of the highlights of openSUSE is YaST, the Swiss Army knife of configuration tools for Linux. YaST will help you with everything from managing hardware to configuring users.more »
After You Install What to do after you install openSUSEAug 18, 2008
After you finish installing openSUSE, you can start by preparing your system with these simple steps.more »
Fifteen years ago, on Saturday the 16th of August, 1993, Ian Murdock wrote an email to the comp.os.linux.development newsgroup , announcing his upcoming Debian Linux Release.more »
The developers were criticized for KDE 4.0. At the time, they pointed to KDE 4.1 – and it turns out they were right. The new version is far more stable and mature.more »
Version 2.23.5 of the Gnome Linux desktop gives a preview of version 2.24, which is scheduled for release in September.more »
At first, plans for Gtk+ 3 were considered unnecessary – the developers themselves considered the 2.x version mature enough – now, some developers are toying with the idea of developing Gtk+ 3. Gnome founder Miguel de Icaza comments on and criticizes the developments in his blog.more »
Linux users can now download and install the Windows code editor
New initiative will address security and interoperability concerns around container technology.
Developers can use RHEL as a development platform without a subscription fee.
Windows users will soon have native access to the Bash shell.
Improvements to SMTP will provide better guarantee of confidentiality
Graphics vendor embraces new reality in Linux graphics
Pioneer Ray Tomlinson bequeathed the @ sign to billions of Internet users
Redmond says its classic database tool will run without Windows
New intrusion technique affects most non-Bluetooth wireless mice
GENIVI Alliance announces the release of the first beta of the GENIVI Demo Platform ivi9.