I've gotten linuxmint to boot from a usb but I want to install it onto the HDD but I can't seem to get the partitioning right or something because I do not have the option to install alongside windows and I don't know how to do it another way.
Does anyone know how or have any experience with this?submitted by ElectricRiptide
Linus Torvalds is back in the news today after his keynote speech at Linux.conf.au. ArsTechnica.com covered the Q&A session with some of Torvalds most notable quotes. In other news, Phoronix.com previews GNOME 3.16 and Clement Lefebvre today announced new tiny PC "MintBox Mini." Lastly, Nick Heath covers Munich's Linux trials and travails.
Juju first debuted in Ubuntu 11.10, the "Oneiric Ocelot," back in October of 2011. The word "juju" is a word meaning magic in the African language from which the name Ubuntu itself was derived. Ubuntu Linux Server The promise of Juju is easier application and service deployment, which is enabled by way of a number of Juju components.
Recently, the Xfce edition of Linux Mint 17.1 "Rebecca" was released. It and the MATE edition are notable in featuring...Compiz! This really caught my eye, so I wanted to review it. There are several other changes too, so I figured that it would be worthwhile to review the Xfce edition rather than the MATE edition, given that I already tried the MATE edition of Linux Mint 17 "Qiana" not too long ago. Note that Ubuntu-based Linux Mint is sticking only to LTS releases, so a major release will roughly coincide (lagging by a month or so) with the Ubuntu LTS release, and then decimal point releases will be put out every 6 months or so and be given a new code name while still sticking with the last LTS release as its base. As far as this review goes, I tried this as usual as a live USB system made with UnetBootin. Follow the jump to see what it's like.
The newest GNOME application is for testing your laptop's battery power use under various scenarios.
Owen Taylor of Red Hat has publicly announced gnome-battery-bench for Linux laptop battery testing.
Owen's blog post does a good job covering all of the basics for this new program. I've been communicating with Owen and Christian Schaller for the past month now over GNOME Battery Bench and testing it out. The necessary support should be in place with this release for it to be able to be run automatically for benchmarking with the Phoronix Test Suite -- sans the matter of manually needing to put the device into battery power mode by pulling the AC plug.
There's the README and Git repository for GNOME/Linux battery benchmarking.
Tarballs are due on 2015-01-19 before 23:59 UTC for the GNOME 3.15.4
unstable release, which will be delivered on Wednesday. Modules which
were proposed for inclusion should try to follow the unstable schedule
so everyone can test them. Please make sure that your tarballs will
be uploaded before Monday 23:59 UTC: tarballs uploaded later than that
will probably be too late to get in 3.15.4. If you are not able to
make a tarball before this deadline or if you think you'll be late,
please send a mail to the release team and we'll find someone to roll
the tarball for you!
Canonical has updated the Firefox packages for Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS operating systems. If you have this application already installed, you only need to update your system