FlightGear is one of the most amazing and most important open source projects in existence. With a huge community around it, and a group of talented aviation lovers to develop it, FlightGear is the greatest and most open way to travel our world!
I have played Prison Tycoon 3 and 4 in the past and I can say one thing: extra boring! I found myself doing completely the same things again and again, dealing with exactly the same or similar problems. Prisoners didn’t like me, didn’t like my officers and couldn’t stand each other and I was stuck with […]
Arch Linux is now one of the most popular Linux distributions out there and that is for a good reason. It is the distribution with the largest number of available packages, the most recent/up-to-date packages, the rolling release nature, one of the most complete and comprehensive documentations and one of the biggest userbases out there […]
Rigs of Rods is one of the most amazing open source simulation projects that we reviewed a while ago. It is distinguished for its vehicle plethora and the realism of the vehicles body movement and damage.
Dreamlinux has been added to the sad list of the dead distributions today. The Brazilian distribution had released version 1.0 in 2006 and version 5.0 that was released this January was apparently the last one to exist.
Have you ever wondered how many cyber-attacks happen every second worldwide? Apparently they are a lot more than you would probably imagine and you can now watch them live as they happen thanks to the Honeynet Project!
No matter how hard I’ll try, I will never be able to determine what is the real number of Linux users, and share it with you. This article is not about market shares directly, nor about judging or analyzing the reasons behind the users hesitation in installing/using/adopting Linux.
As one of Wolfire games developer/designer admitted today in the IRC, Receiver is about to come to Linux soon! The game uses the Unity game engine that debuted in Linux through Rochard and it seems that more and more games are about to come through that portal too.
The Amarok 1.4-inspired Clementine music player, is about to release a new exciting version – the first major one after the stable 1.0 that is aiming to enrich the user experience even more! The first RC has been released today, so here is an article showing the most important additions/implementations.
After the release of Unity and Gnome Shell, XFCE gained more popularity, fans and support for being the reliable “traditional” desktop environment. Fast, modern, mature, light and beautiful, XFCE is naturally becoming the default DE on big distributions like Debian.
GeeXboX is a media center distribution that is built to transform your desktop or embedded device into a complete multimedia box. To achieve this, GeeXboX provides a full set of applications for the management and playback of audio, video and photographs.