GAP is a collection of GIMP plugins that make it possible to create animations as sequences of single frames. The result can be saved as animated GIF, AVI or MPEG file (external libraries are used for this). Now GAP 2.6.0 has been released. The new version is optimised for GIMP 2.6 and offers some new […]
The ongoing Ubuntu Developer Summit at FL, today became the platform on which Mark Shuttleworth, announced that Ubuntu Linux will soon be available across all smart devices – Smartphones, tablets and smart TVs. Mark Shuttleworth as founder of Canonical, the commercial arm of Ubuntu, while making the keynote address at the Summit also announced short […]
Linux From Scratch (LFS) 7.0 has been released, according to the announcement, this release includes numerous changes to LFS 6.8, including updates to Linux kernel 3.1, GCC 4.6.1 and glibc 2.14.1. A somewhat major change was made in this version of the book by adding a new top level directory, /run. This directory has a […]
At the centre of storm in the world of Linux is a post by Mike Gualtieri in his Forrester blog on the proliferation of Mobiles and the death of Linux post by Mike Gualtieri in his Forrester blog on the proliferation of Mobiles and the death of Linux on 26th October. You simply have to […]
As Ubuntu passes another milestone, it has a brief but spectacular rise, in seven years, to becoming one of the most popular and well-supported open source software globally. With more than 15 releases since 2004, Ubuntu has grown rapidly to go beyond desktops to now Cloud-based features support.
If you have been a big fan of computer games, then you will be familiar with that marvelous game, called Worms, which released in 1995. This was a great single-player game, which supported multiple players as one team of worms overcame another. An excellent adaption of the Worms’s game-play is the free-to-download game Hedgewars that […]