Fedora 13 codename Goddard is released, the major features for this release are: Automatic print driver installation as soon as you plug in your printer ,Automatic language pack installation ,Redesigned user account tool , Color management to calibrate monitors and scanners , Experimental 3D support for NVIDIA video cards. also Fedora 13 comes with an […]
NVIDIA has rolled out its first beta in the expected 256.xx driver series for Linux, Windows, and other supported platforms. Last month we asked what you wanted from the NVIDIA 256.xx driver and while many of the respondents didn’t get their greatest wishes answered, the 256.25 beta driver does offer quite a bit of changes […]
Announced Today by Oracle the release of VirtualBox 3.2. Following the acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle Corporation, the product is now called Oracle VM VirtualBox and all references were changed without impacting compatibility. This release of VirtualBox comes with a lot of new features.
Element is a free operating system for Home Theater and Media Center Personal Computers, featuring an innovative across the room ‘ten-foot interface’ that is designed to be connected to your HDTV for a digital media and internet experience within the comforts of your own living room or lounge. Element comes stacked with the software needed […]
Announced today the release of Linux Mint 9, code name “Isadora” : “The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 9 ‘Isadora’. New features at a glance: new Software Manager – 30,000 packages, review applications straight from Software Manager, APT daemon, visual improvements; new backup tool – incremental backups, compression, integrity checks, […]
CentOS 5.5 is relased, this release as announced is based on the upstream release 5.5 and includes packages from all variants including Server and Client. All upstream repositories have been combined into one, to make it easier for end users to work with. For more information about this release you can read the release note.
Canonical’s Scott James Remnant (Ubuntu’s Development Manager) has published a blog post entitled Btrfs by default in Maverick? In that post Scott describes, “We are going to be doing the work to have btrfs as an installation option, and we have not ruled out making it the default.”
In case you are using Mandriva, the once popular Linux distribution, you might be interested in knowing that the French company is now up for sale. According to Mandriva Linux Online, the firm is in deep financial trouble and getting sold is the next best option to total closure. I’m sure there are still many […]