Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

What the KDE forums search can do for you

Filed under
KDE
Web

This time i would like to write about a very underestimated feature of the KDE Community Forums, because i am pretty sure most of you don't even know what it can do for you.

Let's take a look at it first:

Yes, pretty boring. But let's see what it can do for you.
First you have the usual search options, like searching for a keyword, an author, and you can of course decide which area of the forum should be searched, or if the whole posts or only titles should be searched. Lastly you can decide the form of the output.
That is the most basic stuff you will find everywhere, still boring.

But some of you might already have noticed, we provide some additional modifications to phpBB.

First, we provide a tagging system.

rest here




More in Tux Machines

Review of Ubuntu Phone – A Work Still Under Progress

However, what one must remember is that the Ubuntu Phone is still a work in progress. The company is issuing updates every month and is relying on its current user base regarding the feedback and ideas. Right now, only three Ubuntu phones are present in the market ranging from $186 to $328 roughly. Ubuntu has been in hibernation mode for the development of this OS for a long time and it looked like they might be consumer ready now, however, after seeing the Ubuntu Phone it looks like they might be far from that scenario right now. Read more

Android M news: Release date delayed, to come out in September or October?

Google reveals that the newest Android operating system initially codenamed as "Android M" will be delaying the release of Android M Developer Preview 3 for selected Nexus devices. The information was shared by the company's employee and moderator Wojtek Kaliciński on the Developer community page in Google+. Read more

Linux Kernel 3.10.85 LTS Brings Refinements to EXT4, Btrfs, ARM, and XFS, Updated Drivers

After announcing the release of the Linux kernel 4.1.4 LTS, Greg Kroah-Hartman published details about the eighty-five maintenance release of the Linux 3.10 kernel series, a long-term supported version that will receive security patches for a few more years than regular releases. Read more Also: Linux Kernel 3.14.49 LTS Has ARM64 and EXT4 Improvements, Many Updated Drivers

Manjaro Community Proudly Presents The Release of Manjaro Linux 0.8.13.1 i3 Edition

Today, August 4, Bernhard Landauer, the maintainer of the i3 community edition of the Manjaro Linux distribution had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download of Manjaro Linux i3 0.8.13.1. Read more