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Linux Kernel 3.19.3 Released, Install/Update In Ubuntu/Linux Mint/Other Debian Based Distros

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Linux Kernel 3.19.3 release has been announced by Greg KH. The release has several improvements and bug fixes. As always Greg KH recommended to upgrade to 3.19.3 kernel. You can update Linux Kernel 3.19.3 in Ubuntu/Linux Mint/Other debian based distributions. 
 

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LibreOffice Now Toward Cloud Based Package, Get Ready To Welcome LibreOffice Online

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LibreOffice online cloud based release announcement

LibreOffice has been competing with the two giant companies Microsoft Office and Google docs. Here is another step from this open source community to make LibreOffice in reach of every platforms' users. LibreOffice has announced the release of LibreOffice Online soon in near future. Open-Source fans are ready to welcome the efforts of The Document Foundation including IceWarp and Collabora Companies.

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Plague Inc: Evolved Game Is Now For Linux

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Gaming on Linux has always been talk of town. You may find people criticizing, "gaming on Linux is dirty!" But tell them to stop and see lots of games' developers turning toward Linux. There has been many fantastic games are now for Linux too and this time it is Plague Inc: Evolved. Plague Inc: Evolved is now for Linux.
 

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Wine 1.7.39 Released With 24 Bug Fixes And Improvements, Install In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Wine 1.7.39 Released With 24 Bug Fixes And Improvements, Install In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

Wine is an Open Source, command line and most popular software that allows users to install and run Microsoft Windows applications and games on Linux. Wine Team recently released Wine 1.7.39 development version with many bug fixes and improvements. Let's see what's new in this release.
 

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Linux Kernel 3.19.2 Stable Released With Updated Drivers And More, Install In Ubuntu/Linux Mint

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Linux Kernel 3.19.2 Stable Released install in ubuntu/linux mint

Greg Kroah-Hartman released Linux Kernel 3.19.2 with various changes and improvements. Greg Kroah-Hartman suggests all Linux Kernel 3.19 users to update to 3.19.2. The release having several updated drivers, and a list of changes and improvements can be foundhere. You can follow the tutorial to install/update to 3.19.2.
 

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