darkduck.com: Porteus team announced that version 1.0 of their system is now ready.
pcworld.com: I enjoy being the tech hero. Relatives and friends come to me with their computer problems, and more often than not, I help them. Their problem gets solved, and my ego goes up a notch. It helps to have the right tools--
blog385.com: Our local Linux Users Group in my home town of Osijek has started workshops called knowledge exchange in partnership with our public library. So first step was to install Fusion Linux Fedora Remix on their PCs.
This week in DistroWatch Weekly:
- Reviews: Lightweight Portable Security 1.2.1
- News: Mandriva experiments with UI changes, Mageia sets up update infrastructure, Bodhi releases distro for ARM-based touch screens
- Questions and answers: Alternatives to GNOME 3
- Released last week: PCLinuxOS 2011.6, Calculate Linux 11.6, AriOS 3.0
- Upcoming releases: Pardus Linux 2011.1, Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 2
- Donations: Midori receives €210
- New additions: Lightweight Portable Security
- Reader comments
Read more in this week's issue of DistroWatch Weekly....
mrpogson.com: In politics this question has so many angles and firmly-held beliefs getting in the way of facts. In IT, however, we have objective measures like Google Trends.
willtreece.co.uk: I have now been running Linux Mint for a couple of months as a main OS and I am gradually becoming a huge fan of it, I have Winodows 7 now installed on my second PC, but only ‘in case’. Mint runs so well and is so easy to set up and update.
debian.org: The Debian Project is pleased to announce that it will be present at several events in the coming weeks, ranging from developer-oriented conferences to workshops for users and wannabe developers.
linuxmoose.wordpress: I wanted to keep trying out KDE, but also to escape an Ubuntu base and the instability it brings (at least in my experience, yours may very well be different). This left me with many options.
dwasifar.com: There are community instructions on how to upgrade a Mint box in place, rather than doing a fresh install. Basically what it amounts to is: edit your sources.list to use the next generation’s monikers then do apt-get upgrade. Simple, right? Don’t do it.
blog.mageia.org: Now that things are well on their way and that Mageia 1 is there, it’s time to discover some more about the persons that are making this a reality. Today, this is about Jérôme; thanks to him for being the first!