Most of the Mandriva employees working on the Linux distribution were laid off due to the liquidation of Edge-IT (a subsidiary of Mandriva SA) and trust in the company has diminished, the development community (including the core developers) has decided to fork the project.
PeaZip 3.3 is released, this release brings various fixes and an improved user interface focused in better integration with web search (optionally on multiple search engines at once) and in launching favorite applications, scripts or websites/web services from PeaZip. If you diden`t hear before about Peazip, it is” A cross-platform file and archive manager. Features […]
Both Nagios and Zabbix can be setup to monitor systems in multiple locations, but configuration of everything out of the box in this mode is a bit involved. Of the two, Zabbix probably has better distributed support, although with enough work you can get comparable setups with both. NAGIOS is a popular open source computer […]
Maverik is commning with new elegant fonts designed by design.canonical.com “No, there will be no font delay as far as I know. The core fonts are still on track to be released with Maverick, containing Latin A+B Ext, Greek Polytonic and Cyrillic Extended.” The principle of the Ubuntu typeface is simplicity and clarity which […]
Adobe® Flash® Player “Square” is a preview release that enables native 64-bit support on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows operating systems, as well as enhanced support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 beta. “There are a number of significant changes that are required to move from 32-bit to 64-bit architecture. It?s not just a simple recompile. […]
OpenIndiana project was launched officially the 14th of September, this project is a brand new distribution of OpenSolaris, constructed by the community, for the community. The primary goal is to be a binary and package compatible drop in replacement for the official OpenSolaris and forthcoming Solaris 11 and Solaris 11 Express releases.”
As expected, Yesterday afternoon OpenIndiana project was publicly announced. “OpenIndiana “is a brand new distribution of OpenSolaris, constructed by the community, for the community. The primary goal is to be a binary and package compatible drop in replacement for the official OpenSolaris and forthcoming Solaris 11 and Solaris 11 Express releases.”