There’s no reason why Linux and Android shouldn’t get along well—after all, they’re pretty much cousins. You’ve probably heard of apps that let you remotely control an Android device from the desktop. There are also apps that do the vice versa and make it possible to control a Windows computer from an Android device.
Linux users need not feel left out. We’ve discovered more than enough apps that can turn your Androids into powerful Linux remote controllers, and today we’ll present some of our best findings.
DebConf15, the Annual Debian Conference, Announced for August 15-22 in Germany
The Debian Project proudly announced the dates, the schedule, and the venue for the annual meeting of all Debian developers, contributors, and supporters for 2015, DebConf15.
Tanglu 3 Distro Comes with Linux Kernel 4.0, GNOME 3.16, and KDE Plasma 5.3
Today, August 4, Matthias Klumpp was extremely happy to announce the release of the final version of his Tanglu 3 GNU/Linux distribution, dubbed Chromodoris Willani and based on the latest stable Debian GNU/Linux operating system.