Canonical has come under some heavy criticism in the past couple of weeks with its controversial decision to include Amazon shopping results in the Ubuntu Dash search results. I have to admit, when I first read of the news I was also enraged with a certain amount of anger and honestly couldn’t believe that our […]
For a couple of days now, I have been working with OGRE on Open Morrowind (OpenMW) project, trying to accomplish my task as a C++ developer. However, before I started writing a single line of code, I had to setup the programming environment first. So, I went over OpenMW wiki in order to find its […]
The world of computing and the internet is a very normal and accepted entity to most geeks. But to some unknown, unsuspecting and unfamiliar users, the whole concept can seem quite strange, almost alien!
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.
Yesterday was released Nvidia 304.51, the new release comes with many bug fixes rather than new features or significant improvements. Simply put, 304.51 driver is the stable version of the 304.48 beta.
32811Posted September 26, 2012 by Panos Georgiadis
There has been demand for Oracle to reinstate the Oracle Linux Pavilion at the Oracle OpenWorld 2012 convention. Oracle is stating that the booth will include Independent Software Vendors, Hardware Vendors and System Integrators. All of which will display their products and services. And all services displayed will be Oracle Linux and Oracle VM certified.
For the home office, I’ve been searching for a new stable enterprise class operating system to replace my current desktop. I thought it might be an interesting read for our Unixmen audience to join me in my quest to find the ultimate enterprise class operating system for the home office.