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Jack M. Germain
Pantheon Desktop Makes Linux Elementary
12/12/18 12:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2022 Words

Elementary OS is an easy-to-use operating system that offers a fresh approach to running Linux .

Developers of U.S.-based Elementary OS recently released the community's annual major update, Juno 5. What makes this distro so nontraditional is its own desktop interface, called...

Jack M. Germain
Void Linux: Built From Scratch for Full Independence
11/29/18 11:31 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1811 Words

Void Linux is a bit out of the ordinary. It offers an unusually interesting alternative to many of the traditional Linux distros affiliated with a larger Linux family such as Debian or Ubuntu or Arch.

Void Linux is an independently developed, rolling-release,...

Jack M. Germain
Deepin Builds a Better Linux Desktop
12/05/18 1:01 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1822 Words

Deepin, based in China, shed its Ubuntu base when with the 2015 release of version 15, which favored Debian Linux . That brought numerous subtle changes in the code base and software roots. Ubuntu Linux itself is based on Debian.

The...

Jack M. Germain
Free Personal Finance Apps You Can Take to the Bank
11/21/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2257 Words

... Linux platform accommodates a number of really good financial applications that are more than capable of handling both personal and small-business accounting operations. That was not always the case, however. Not quite 10 years ago, I scoured Linux repositories in a quest...

Rob Enderle
Who's Winning the Latest Tech Industry Battles?
12/10/18 11:02 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2462 Words

Microsoft's moves to embrace open source further with Chromium (it also likes Linux now) and focus on doing what users/customers want is its best path to success, and the one we want the company on. Impressive work.

Finally, if you are...

John Mason
How to Use a VPN for Safer Online Shopping
12/04/18 11:43 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1891 Words

Simply put, KRACK attacks can intercept sent data by infiltrating your WiFi connection, no matter which major platform you're on (Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android , Linux , OpenBSD and others). These attacks require the attacker to be within the range of...

Jack M. Germain
Another Milestone Achieved: Run Linux Apps on a Chromebook
10/25/18 11:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2877 Words

... Linux apps now can run in a Chromebook's Chrome OS environment. However, the process can be tricky, and it depends on your hardware's design and Google's whims.

It is somewhat similar to running Android apps on your Chromebook, but the Linux...

Jack M. Germain
Got a Screwdriver? GalliumOS Can Turn Chromebooks Into Linux Boxes
11/08/18 12:39 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 2560 Words

GalliumOS is a Chromebook-specific Linux variant. It lets you put a real Linux distro on a Chromebook.

My recent review of a new Chromebook feature -- the ability to run Linux apps on some Chromebook models -- sparked my interest in other...

Jonathan Terrasi
Overcoming Your Terror of Arch Linux
11/07/18 11:58 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1914 Words

... recent episode of a Linux news podcast I keep up with featured an interview with a journalist who had written a piece for a non-Linux audience about giving it a try. It was surprisingly widely read. The writer's experience with some of...

Jack M. Germain
New Manjaro Beta Builds a Better Arch
10/10/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1635 Words

Manjaro Linux offers the best of two worlds. It puts a user-friendly face on an Arch-based distro, and it gives you a choice of sensible and productive desktop interfaces.

The Manjaro Linux team released its latest updates running the KDE, Xfce and...

Jack M. Germain
New MakuluLinux Deserves a Spot in the Majors
09/27/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1939 Words

If you crave a Linux OS that is fresh and independent, MakuluLinux is a must-try Linux solution. The distro itself has been around for a few years and has grown considerably along the way. When it arrived on the Linux scene in...

Jack M. Germain
Feren OS Delivers Richer Cinnamon Flavor
11/02/18 11:52 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1662 Words

Feren OS is a nice alternative to Linux Mint and an easy stepping stone to transition to Linux from Microsoft Windows or macOS.

I am a long-time user of Linux Mint, but I am falling out of love with it. Mint is...

Jack M. Germain
Antergos Softens Arch Learning Curve
10/03/18 10:44 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1708 Words

Antergos 8.9 , released last month, is one of the better Arch Linux options. It is a powerful and modern computing platform, elegantly designed. It gives power users almost all they could desire.

Arch distros are not for Linux newcomers -- but...

Jack M. Germain
2nd New MakuluLinux Release Offers Flash and Substance
10/18/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 2149 Words


MakuluLinux is a relatively new Linux OS. Its positive reputation has been developing since 2015. The three-year growth spurt involved a variety of desktop environments.

Its small developer team has delivered a surprisingly efficient and productive desktop distribution in a...

Jack M. Germain
$34B Red Hat Acquisition Is a Bolt Out of Big Blue
10/31/18 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 2043 Words

IBM served as an early supporter of Linux , collaborating with Red Hat to help develop and grow enterprise-grade Linux and more recently to bring enterprise Kubernetes and hybrid cloud solutions to customers.

These innovations have become core technologies within IBM's $19...

Jack M. Germain
Acumos Project's 1st Software, Athena, Helps Ease AI Deployment
11/16/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1249 Words

Acumos is part of a Linux Foundation umbrella organization, the LF Deep Learning Foundation, that supports and sustains open source innovation in artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning. Acumos is based in Shanghai.

Acumos AI is a platform and open...

Jack M. Germain
Users Rate 'Creep Factor' in New Privacy-Security Product Guide
11/16/18 11:57 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1364 Words

The Mozilla Foundation, the nonprofit organization behind the Firefox web browser, is expanding a campaign begun last year to help consumers...

Jack M. Germain
Whether Intended or Accidental, Internet Traffic Rerouting Can Be Costly
11/14/18 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1081 Words

An apparent prefix leak from an errant router misconfiguration caused Google to lose control of several million of its IP addresses...

Jack M. Germain
Google Shows Off New Android Dev Tools
11/13/18 12:20 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1621 Words

Google announced support for a range of new Android tools for application developers, chief among them the creation of a...

Jim McGregor
IBM Dons Red Hat for Cloudy Future
11/09/18 9:07 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 534 Words

While concerns spread quickly about what it would mean for the largest enterprise Linux platform, IBM and Red Hat executives assured employees and customers that Red Hat would continue to operate independently -- at least for now. Intel made a similar acquisition of...

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