linuxbsdos.com: BlankOn is a desktop distribution based on Debian, and comes to use courtesy of some enterprising folks from Indonesia. It uses a highly-modified GNOME 3 desktop environment built with an HTML 5 and CSS 3 custom desktop shell called Manokwari.
everydaylinuxuser.com: For this review I decided to do a full install to my Samsung R20 laptop alongside the Zorin 6 that is already there. The other reviews I have read have either been live reviews or were performed on a virtual machine.
dedoimedo.com: Not that long ago, I gave Fedora Beefy Miracle another spin, this time, the KDE version, and it was a decent experience overall. Then, a reader pinged me and suggested a marvelous idea - what about testing Cinnamon?
linuxbsdos.com: BackTrack is a security-focused Linux distribution that is loaded with all the best Free Software penetration testing applications available. It is based on Ubuntu Desktop. The latest edition is code-named Revolution, and the newest update-release – BackTrack 5 R3, was released just a few days ago
ostatic.com: SolusOS is a newish distribution that has been getting some real good reviews since its inception. A new update was released today to update the current 1.x "Eveline" stable release.
worldofgnome.org: Mageia started as a fork of Madriva in 2010 by former employees and contributors of the commercial Madriva S.A. It is considered as a French distribution, but actually it is a worldwide community based non-profit organization, so the “French” term isn’t quite right. But it has French origins.
- Crunchbang 11 20120806 Review: Minimalistic but highly functional
- Month of birthdays
- Happy Birthday Debian! And memories of an old-timer…
- GNOME-Ubuntu Flavor Looking At "GNObuntu"
- Slackware 14.0 RC2 Released
- Two Rolling Release Distributions
linuxbsdos.com: The first Release Pack of ROSA Marathon 2012 has been made available for public download. ROSA Marathon is the enterprise desktop edition of ROSA Linux, a Linux distribution derived from Mandriva Linux.
semiaccurate.com: We here at S|A recently got a chance to interview Micheal Mrozek, one of the core members of a small company named OpenPandora, which produces the Pandora handheld gaming console.
itworld.com: Ken Starks can drive me crazy sometimes. If you've never heard of Ken, I'll give you the synopsis if you don't want to Google it: there has never been a more tireless and fierce advocate for Linux. Ever.