Workstation. It’s a term in the IT industry that either gets you very excited because of the sheer performance of such systems due to the hardware associated with a workstation. Or on the other hand, the term may scare the hell out of you because workstations usually cost many thousands of dollars.
It’s always nice to follow the development of Linux distributions such as Ubuntu and Fedora. But what about the people behind the scenes that use these operating systems. The developers. The community. The Users. Behind all those pixels that make up your display, there’s a whole wide range of interesting geeks with plenty of talent […]
One of the great advantages of Linux is it has great support for older systems and legacy hardware. This week, we take a look at how Ubuntu 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’ runs on an older system running older hardware. I found such a system in my very own office. In fact, the system that I am […]
Last week we took a brief look at what major changes we should be expecting with the upcoming release of Ubuntu 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’ in April. This week, we’re going to take a quick view into a couple of recent announcements for the new updated version, which currently sits in Alpha 2 stage.
Well I think it is about time we have a sneak peek at the development of the next version of the Ubuntu release, 12.04 ‘Precise Pangolin’. We will be posting weekly updates on Ubuntu 12.04 so that you can get all the latest news, information and features in Ubuntu.
When I sit here in front of my desktop and look at my Debian Menu for “Internet”, I see a myriad of icons. But not just a myriad of icons for all kinds of applications, but also a myriad of icons for web browsers. As Linux users, we really are rewarded with having so much […]
Well I’m new here. So you’ll have to be gentle with me. Although I have been writing for quite some time, I have had some time off recently and only just got back into it. So by all means, read my rwork, judge my work and please let me know your thoughts. And I hope […]