LPS Security 1.3.2 LPS Security 1.3.2 has been released, this is a maintenance release that comes with some new features, updates and bug fixes. Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) is a Linux-based live CD produced by the United States of America’s Department of Defense and is part of that organization’s Software Protection Initiative.
Razor-qt developers have recently announced the release of its latest version, the Razor-qt 0.4, after several months in development. Razor-qt is a desktop environment developed on the Qt technology platform and as the name suggest is razor-quick and very simple to use. Its lightweight features drive its speed. Not being an entire desktop environment, that […]
Looks like Mozilla wants to do it all alone and go the whole vertical. From browsers to version games and now looks poised to play Operating Systems giants Microsoft and Google Chrome at their own game. That both Microsoft and Chrome have had far too many battles is indeed to Mozilla advantage, as it wants […]
Peppermint OS Ice is a lightweight, user-friendly linux distribution with built-in cloud technologies. It is ideal for notebooks and old computers. The default desktop environment for Peppermint is LXDE, Chromium is the default web browser, cloud applications like Editor by Pixlr [Image Editor], Facebook, Hulu, Last.FM, Pandora, Seesmic Web, The Cloud Player, YouTube, eBuddy, Google Calendar, […]
Linux From Scratch 6.7 is released , This release includes numerous changes to LFS 6.6 (including updates to Linux kernel 220.127.116.11, GCC 4.5.1, glibc 2.12.1) and security fixes. It also includes editorial work on the explanatory material throughout the book, improving both the clarity and accuracy of the text.” Other major changes include update to […]
KolibriOS is is an operating system that fits on a single 1.44MB Floppy (many applications are compressed) and runs with 8MB of Ram !!! The surprise is that the system come with a graphical environment complete with text editors, system utilities, games, browser, media players and lots of other stuff.
Mark Renouf has compiled a VMware image of Chrome OS for testing out in your virtual machine environment: This is a ChromeOS image converted to VMware .vmdk file. It was built from instructions provided on the ChromiumOS developers site: http://sites.google.com/a/chromium.org/dev/chromium-os/building-chromium-os/build-instructionsBuilt from sources retreived on 11/19/2009, following the announcement of the opening of the ChromeOS source […]