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IoT tinkerers get new Linux hub & open platforms

This week’s Smart DevOps roundup features a Linux hub for connected appliances, an  upcoming developer website for the Internet of Things products, and a partnership to launch first Internet protocol (IP) camera platform. Cloud Media launches Linux hub for IoT … Continue reading ?

Munich Reversal Turnaround, Linus on the Desktop, and Red Hat Time Protocol

Monday we reported that Munich was throwing in the Linux towel, but today we find that may not be exactly the case. In other news, Linus Torvalds today said he still wants the desktop. There are lots of other LinuxCon links and a few gaming posts to highlight. Show More Summary

Storage, chip slingers pledge allegiance to Linux, open source

Linux Foundation swells ranks, coffers LinuxCon 2014  As LinuxCon 2014 kicks off this week in Chicago, the Linux Foundation has announced that it has won new support from across the technology industry, including several hardware companies.…

Want A Job In Tech? Become A Linux Expert

Over the past 20 years, Linux has ascended from a Finnish student's hobby to the world's most dominant operating system—one that runs everything from high-performance computing to mobile. Yet companies still can't get the Linux talent they need, at least for the price they're willing to pay for it. Show More Summary

7 Best Tools To Print To PDF

What’s the best PDF printer for Windows? We checked 7 of the most popular options to find out. It’s kind of shocking that printing in Windows 8 doesn’t come with a PDF option; Mac and Linux users have had this by default for years. Windows users still need dedicated software, and it’s all of varying quality. Show More Summary

Raspberry Pi Devices Spread in Schools, Help Teach Programming

According to a new DigiTimes report, sales of credit-card sized Raspberry Pi devices, which run Linux, remain very strong. The Raspberry Pi Foundation says that 3.5 million units have sold worldwide, with demand from China and Taiwan staying strong. Show More Summary

The OS LinuX Desktop

Reader Oliver wanted to make his Linux Mint desktop look as much like a Mac as possible so others would find it easy to use. Given some of our previous Linux featured desktops, we know it wasn't tough, but the end-result still looks great. Here's how it's all set up. Read more...

Gneiss: Mountain is now on Steam

I'm still not entirely sure what to make of David O'Reilly's Mountain, but now that it's out on Steam for Windows, Mac, and Linux, I am that much closer to taking the $0.99 plunge and finding out. This is an ambient game "designed to run in the periphery of your life," one that'll play itself when you aren't interacting with it. Show More Summary

Scribbleton Is a Personal Wiki for All Your Thoughts

Windows/Mac/Linux: You have a billion options for different notes apps, but if you're looking for something that resembles Wikipedia more than a notepad, Scribbleton does the trick. Read more...

8 In 10 Desktop Computers Runs Windows And So Should You

Maybe this is happening as you’re buying a new computer: One devil urges you to buy a Mac or at least get a Chromebook, while the other insists you try Linux. And here’s me explaining why you should stick with good old Windows. Windows remains the dominating desktop operating system. Show More Summary

Edubuntu Vs UberStudent: Return To College With The Best Linux Distro

School is almost back in session! For Linux users, there are two top-notch distributions out there specifically aimed towards education: Edubuntu and UberStudent. While you could easily take a look at both of them to see which one’s better for you, we bet you don’t have a lot of time as you’re busy getting ready for the new school year. Show More Summary

Debian Turns 21, KDE Plasma 5 Review, & Munich Reversal

It looks like the big story today, picked up by many news carriers, is Munich's decision/pondering a return to Windows. Also tonight, Debian celebrates 21 years and a Linux Migrant looks at new Pisi Linux 1. SymphonyOS is back from the grave and appropriately calling itself "Phoenix". Show More Summary

After a 10-year Linux migration, Munich considers switching back to Windows and Office

For the past decade, Munich has been the poster child for open-source advocates, who pointed to its successful migration from a Microsoft platform to one built on Linux and Office. Now, a newly elected government has called in experts to see whether it's time to switch back.

KDE Plasma 5—For those Linux users undecided on the kernel’s future

Review—new release straddles traditional desktop needs, long term multi-device plans.

How to install Linux on a computer without DVD drive

The -- very old -- laptop of a friend of mine died the other day and I offered to give her my old laptop as a replacement. Problem was, an old version of Windows was installed on my old laptop which I had to get rid of. Since I did not have any spare Windows […] The post How to install Linux on a computer without DVD drive appeared first on gHacks Technology News.

OpenMandriva Review, Mageia Release, and Another UT Video

Today in Linux news Mageia 5 Alpha 2 was released "for the brave." Jack Germain has a review of OpenMandriva Lx 2014. Sanctum 2 is out for Linux and GamingOnLinux posted new Unreal Tournament footage. And finally today, Dedoimedo.com has a review of PC-BSD's new desktop Lumina. Show More Summary

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