- Cinnamon 3.0 – What’s New and How to install it in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
- GNOME 3.21.1 Release Starts Cooking New Features For GNOME 3.22
GNOME 3.22 "Karlsruhe" Desktop Environment Gets Its First Development Milestone
GNOME Project's Matthias Clasen sent us an email today, April 29, 2016, with information about the release of the first snapshot towards the upcoming GNOME 3.22 desktop environment for GNU/Linux operating systems.
Yes, we're talking about GNOME 3.21.1, whose launch was expected a couple of days ago, on April 27, 2016, as the GNOME app maintainers have been informed at the end of last week that the GNOME 3.21.1 unstable tarballs were due Monday, April 25. For those of you not in the loop, the development cycle of GNOME 3.22 happens under the 3.21 umbrella.
- India is Having Another Taste of the Dangers of Western Patents, Must Learn to Reject Software Patents in the Face of Great Pressure
- Analyses of the Latest Data From Lex Machina About Patent Litigation Show Some Litigation Declines
- Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) Has Just Sided With Patent Trolls
- How to Salvage the EPO’s Reputation: Create More Boards of Appeal in Europe and Abolish the Misguided UPC Fantasy
- Alice Continues to Smash Software Patents So Patent Lawyers, Monopolists’ Lobbyists Etc. Now Attack the Supreme Court for Doing This
I'm not in any way involved with Cub Linux, except that I recently became a user. The operating system is based off Ubuntu and Chromium's open-source code. As far as I can tell, it runs about as smoothly as a baby's bottom.
It's all run by one guy, but he says that if he can't get enough volunteers, the project may have to shutdown because it's getting too big for him to do all on his lonesome.
I don't know if this is allowed, but I'm urging anyone with any coding or web design experience to at least check out their Foundation page, see what it's all about, and maybe offer up some of your free time. I'd do it myself, but I really don't know anything about code, though at this point, I may start studying like a mad man just to keep this operating system going.
If any are interested, check out this link and read all about it:/u/WizardsAffliction
I'm running Ubuntu server 14.04 on a VPS, and I have set up a mail server, which reports every day on time adjustments made by synchronising with a time-server. A cron job does this daily. I get one mail which says, for example:/etc/cron.daily/ntpdate: 29 Apr 07:35:14 ntpdate: adjust time server 220.127.116.11 offset -0.003585 sec
and another with subject "Undelivered Mail Returned to Sender" which says that the message, when sent to my gmail account:does not meet IPv6 sending guidelines regarding PTR records and authentication.
What I want to know is - how to I fix this up, and where?submitted by /u/amca01
- Amid Referendum “the New European Unitary Patent System is Likely to Collapse Before It Started”
- The European Copy-Paste Office (EPO)
- Microsoft Says It Will Continue to Extort Companies That Distribute Linux, Using Software Patents As Usual
- Australia Might be Next to Block Software Patents If Commission’s Advice is Followed
- [ES] ”Si la Forma de Pensar de la EPO fuese Seguida, Guantánamo Sería Posible en Suelo Alemán.”
- Links 29/4/2016: GNOME 3.21.1, Fairphone
- Links 28/4/2016: Fedora 24, EE Goes Open Source
Wine 1.9.9 Is Still Working On D3D Command Stream Support
Wine 1.9.9 was released earlier today as the newest development release for this software to run Windows applications/games on Linux, OS X, and other operating systems.
Wine 1.9.9 Fixes More Skype, Photoshop CC 2015 and Microsoft Office 2007 Bugs
Today, April 29, 2019, the Wine development team has released the ninth milestone towards the Wine 2.0 open-source implementation of Windows on Unix, Wine 1.9.9, bringing various fixes and improvements to more Windows apps and games.
The Wine development release 1.9.9 is now available.
TuxMachines: Six free open source alternatives to Windows 10: Chrome, Ubuntu, Solus and more, what's the best alternative to Windows OS?
Windows 10 has generally be viewed as a welcome successor to Windows 8, both by businesses and individuals. However it has also come under scrutiny from users that are concerned about data privacy. So why not opt for a free Windows 10 alternative?
After consistently using Ubuntu 16.04 LTS for 4 days I came up with a review. And I did my best to cover almost all the issues and features that I observed.
And, also as I always do, I've added a performance (boot-up speed, memory usage etc) comparison as well.