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Thursday - October 9, 2014
Cylon Linux Delivers GNOME Design with Glamour Galore Jack M. Germain Cylon is a classic Linux distro preconfigured with lots of tweaks -- kind of a Unity-less Ubuntu with bling. Cylon runs the classic GNOME 3 desktop on almost any hardware configuration made since 2007, but it is more suited to seasoned Linux users. Newcomers to Linux may not make an easy transition. [More...]

Wednesday - October 8, 2014
We're hearing more from vendors about how new features, functionality, rewrites and releases are being driven by customers -- by their direct experience using the software and competing in their various industries. We're also hearing from customers and users, including the enterprise market, that increasingly they are involved and thus empowered in open source software communities. [More...]

Tuesday - October 7, 2014
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So Systemd's not popular with a lot of FOSS types. Still, a bitcoin collection for the purpose of hiring a hitman to assassinate its developer? Seriously? It's no wonder Lennart Poettering has had it up to here with the community. "I don't blame him for being upset, because he has been the target of some seriously twisted and vicious attacks," said Linux guru Carla Schroder. [More...]

Monday - October 6, 2014
It's a fact of life in virtually every community that there will be countless daily distractions -- news announcements, controversies, squabbles -- that take up the majority of our time and energy, leaving little for the big picture. The Linux community is no exception. That's why it was such a relief to see a post recently that struck directly to the core of all that is FOSS. [More...]

Thursday - October 2, 2014
Elementary OS is a new style Linux distro that wraps its own sophisticated desktop design around a solid Ubuntu core. This distro first appeared in 2011, and the second major version came out last year. The latest weeks-old beta release -- the third major version, called "Freya" -- shows that Elementary OS continues to offer Linux users a dependable alternative to popular desktop options. [More...]

Wednesday - October 1, 2014
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Darkcoin, a cryptocurrency aiming to snatch some of Bitcoin's action, just became open source. Its developers aim to differentiate it by emphasizing stronger privacy protection and faster transaction speeds. "Anyone can now go through the code and build upon it, as it has been done over the years with Bitcoin," noted fernando, moderator of the Darkcoin forum. [More...]

Tuesday - September 30, 2014
Scribbleton is a very infant -- as in alpha -- release of an innovative note-taking app for Linux that provides cross-platform access with Windows and Apple computers. It creates a personal wiki for storing everything from quick notes to detailed checklists to outlines. It creates links between pages in Scribbleton. Think of this as an easy-to-use database to link words, phrases and pages. [More...]

Monday - September 29, 2014
There's just never a dull moment here in the Linux blogosphere, and the last week or so has been a perfect illustration. Not only did the Shellshock bug hit the proverbial fan, but the ever-burning Systemd flames flared even brighter, thanks to the addition of some fresh fuel. The Debian team has decided to make the GNOME desktop default again -- and Systemd is at least part of the reason. [More...]

Monday - September 29, 2014
The Internet of Things is expected to be a $7 trillion market in six years. However, many small to medium-sized IT firms that do not have the capital to acquire the Nests of the world are left to wonder how they can benefit from this lucrative trend. SMBs with little or no IT in-house support can monetize this new market without reinventing the wheel. [More...]

Friday - September 26, 2014
Linux -- the free open source operating system for enterprise, small business and home computing use -- is not used everywhere yet. However, its user base crosses nearly every industry. It's in consumer products like TVs and computer networking gear. Linux drives services that users do not even know run Linux. Think in terms of servers, Big Data farms and cloud storage facilities. [More...]

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