Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Leaked UEFI signing keys

More in Tux Machines

Linux Kernel 4.1.1 Is Now the Most Stable and Advanced Version Available

The latest version of the stable Linux kernel, 4.1.1, has been released by Greg Kroah-Hartman, making this the latest and the most advanced version available. It's not a large update , but that usually happens with the early versions. Read more

OpenMandriva: The Scion is ready!

Curious? Here is our tribute to our founder and the community he and others created. “The Scion” is a release dedicated to Mandrake , our ancestor, not lost but living on here. Read more

70-inch Android touchscreen targets interactive education

The CDE7060T is said to offer a Linux OS, but the datasheet more specifically notes that it runs the Linux-based Android 4.2.1 on an unnamed, dual-core Cortex-A9 system-on-chip. Also onboard are 1.5GB of RAM and 8GB of flash. An optional “slot-in” PC is available for greater computing power, says ViewSonic. Pre-installed “ViewBoard” annotation and presentation software allows multiple users to write, draw, or annotate with fingers or styluses simultaneously, says the company. Read more

OpenBSD from a veteran Linux user perspective

For the first time I installed a BSD box on a machine I control. The experience has been eye-opening, especially since I consider myself an "old-school" Linux admin, and I've felt out of place with the latest changes on the system administration. Linux is now easier to use than ever, but administration has become more difficult. There are many components, most of which are interconnected in modern ways. I'm not against progress, but I needed a bit of recycling. So instead of adapting myself to the new tools, I thought, why not look for modern tools which behave like old ones? Read more