• Tutorial – Lyrics-in-terminal

    Whether you listen to music on Spotify or a classic audio player like Rhythmbox, Lollypop, or Audacious, a tool named Lyrics-in-terminal will let you read the lyrics for the track you are currently playing.

  • Best Laid Plans

    The dstask personal tracker lets you manage your to-do list from the command line. Dstask uses Git version control to store tasks, letting you synchronize your to-do list across multiple devices.

  • Distro Walk: elementary OS

    In the past decade, elementary OS has grown from open source project to a company with a unique business model.

  • Push of a Button

    A video telephony system with huge user benefits does not have to be complex. This project starts a phone call with just a single button press and switches channels automatically on a TV.

News and Articles

  • StarLabs has Released Another Linux Laptop

    A new 14" Linux laptop has been released by the company that created the 11" Star Lite and can be purchased with your choice of Linux distribution.

  • Charly's Column – Zint

    Doing a hardware inventory in a data center is anything but a piece of cake. In order to quickly assign devices to the appropriate database entry, Charly provides each newly acquired system with a QR code sticker with the help of Zint.

  • Command Line – Installersn

    With an increasing number of software installation methods, testing cutting-edge applications may require learning about the installer first.

  • A Clone on a Mission

    EdUBudgie Linux is an Ubuntu clone created by a teacher and aimed directly at the education market.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on: “Welcoming" a New Kernel Developer; and An Ancient Feature Goes Belly Up. 

  • Distro Walk – Knoppix

    Knoppix, a portable operating system and rescue disk, continues to evolve.

  • On the DVD

    Knoppix 9.1 and Zorin OS 15.3 Core

  • Secret Delivery

    TLS encryption is wonderful if it is running over a reliable transport protocol like TCP; but if your needs call for the less reliable UDP transport, you'd better start learning about DTLS.

  • Delivery Service

    Linux package managers work too slowly. The experimental distri research project investigates ways to speed up package management.

  • A Blast from the Past

    If you are into retrogaming, dgamelaunch lets you set up a server to play Roguelike games and compete with friends, all while preserving a piece of gaming history.

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