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Things to do after installing Fedora 22

Thursday 28th of May 2015 11:27:35 AM

Here is a list of things you can do after installing Fedora 22:

The post Things to do after installing Fedora 22 appeared first on Linux Veda.

How to use systemd in Debian 8

Thursday 28th of May 2015 11:11:30 AM

Debian 8 switched to systemd as default init system. This article helps you in getting started with it.

The post How to use systemd in Debian 8 appeared first on Linux Veda.

New Ubuntu Phone to be announced in June: Linux Wrap

Thursday 28th of May 2015 01:27:48 AM

BQ is set to launch a new Ubuntu Touch device while the Meizu MX4 comes to Europe.

The post New Ubuntu Phone to be announced in June: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

The 5 best distros for the Gnome desktop

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 07:41:51 PM

Gnome 3.16 was released recently and I considered it to be one of the best Gnome releases ever.

The post The 5 best distros for the Gnome desktop appeared first on Linux Veda.

SourceForge hijacks GIMP account, loads it with adware

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 06:27:04 PM

It looks like SourceForge has taken over the account of GIMP user Jernej Simončič who was maintaining the Windows version of the project.

The post SourceForge hijacks GIMP account, loads it with adware appeared first on Linux Veda.

Fedora 22 launches with new package manager

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 12:21:38 PM

Fedora 22 brings the latest software that FOSS has to offer. Luckily this release wasn't delayed as was feared last week.

The post Fedora 22 launches with new package manager appeared first on Linux Veda.

Mandriva goes out of business

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:32:06 AM

Mandriva, the French company which develops a Linux based OS with the same name is going out of business.

The post Mandriva goes out of business appeared first on Linux Veda.

Jonathan Riddell gets full support from the Kubuntu community

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 03:27:48 AM

Ubuntu decides in public that the 'de facto leader' of Kubuntu should step down citing aggressive behaviour.

The post Jonathan Riddell gets full support from the Kubuntu community appeared first on Linux Veda.

Mark Shuttleworth keynote at the OpenStack Summit

Wednesday 27th of May 2015 12:11:22 AM

Mark Shuttleworth, last week, stood up at the OpenStack Summit to give a keynote on Canonical's enterprise front.

The post Mark Shuttleworth keynote at the OpenStack Summit appeared first on Linux Veda.

Gnome to get GPS support through Android

Monday 25th of May 2015 07:50:48 PM

A GSoC project aims to bridge Android and Desktop computers to allow our mobile device to act as a GPS locator for our non-GPS enabled computers!

The post Gnome to get GPS support through Android appeared first on Linux Veda.

CoreOS becomes available in OpenStack App Marketplace: Linux Wrap

Monday 25th of May 2015 06:54:18 PM

A filesystem corruption bug in the Linux Kernel has been patched in the 4.1-rc5 release. There are also some big changes coming to Ubuntu Touch!

The post CoreOS becomes available in OpenStack App Marketplace: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

How to turn your old PC into a modern media center with Kodibuntu

Monday 25th of May 2015 03:58:14 PM

We will be using Kodibuntu, a Linux based operating system with sole purpose of giving you a modern HTPC features and interface.

The post How to turn your old PC into a modern media center with Kodibuntu appeared first on Linux Veda.

Canonical on the cusp of becoming a public traded company

Monday 25th of May 2015 03:56:47 PM

Canonical, Ubuntu's parent company may go public in the near future. What are the pros and cons of Canonical going public?

The post Canonical on the cusp of becoming a public traded company appeared first on Linux Veda.

Fedora 22 will arrive on time!

Friday 22nd of May 2015 11:23:14 PM

The Fedora project will hold a meeting on Friday to see whether Fedora 22 can be signed off for release or whether blocker bugs will set the release back.

The post Fedora 22 will arrive on time! appeared first on Linux Veda.

Developer brings Netflix to Steam OS: Linux Wrap

Friday 22nd of May 2015 05:14:36 PM

It's disappointing to see that Valve made no efforts whatsoever to bring steaming services like Netflix to their platform that they plan to dominate the living room.

The post Developer brings Netflix to Steam OS: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

Corsair Hydro Series Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler H80i: Cooling down your Linux PC

Friday 22nd of May 2015 04:30:56 PM

If your Linux box needs some temperature control this is the water cooler I would recommend.

The post Corsair Hydro Series Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler H80i: Cooling down your Linux PC appeared first on Linux Veda.

NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores: Linux Wrap

Friday 22nd of May 2015 01:02:53 AM

The NSA and it's Five Eyes partners planned to cause Arab Springs in Asia and Africa by hijacking connections app stores and install malware.

The post NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

Linux 4.0.x series vulnerable to a filesystem corruption: Linux Wrap

Thursday 21st of May 2015 04:31:19 PM

Reports suggest that users upgrading to the 4.0.2 Linux kernel are having data corruption issues, as yet the bug hasn't been patched.

The post Linux 4.0.x series vulnerable to a filesystem corruption: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

Electronic IDs need open source tools

Wednesday 20th of May 2015 02:50:14 AM

Electronic IDs need to be based on and use open source code, Sweden's BankID is a brilliant example of why open source should be standard with eIDs.

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Cinnamon 2.6 is tagged for release: Linux Wrap

Wednesday 20th of May 2015 02:39:56 AM

Google Chrome 43 is released bringing HiDPI support for Linux as well as improving security on all platforms.

The post Cinnamon 2.6 is tagged for release: Linux Wrap appeared first on Linux Veda.

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