The Linux world is preparing for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS official release to use and evaluate the next “big” version of the world’s most successful Linux distribution. Much has been said about the last Ubuntu versions and Canonical’s strategies. Many expressed delight with the new technologies introduced lately by Canonical, while others expressed disappointment with some […]
Canonical, the sponsors of Ubuntu have just released the latest version of Ubuntu, giving Linux users yet another chance at using an open source, sophisticated software that offers versatile solutions and is being increasingly adopted for Mainframes and home-users.
MATE a traditional desktop environment that forked from Gnome 2 and is available as for those users who want the original Gnome 2 environment. The name ‘mate’ is derived from the South American beverage called mate that is made from the herb ‘yerba mate’. MATE, the desktop, is now available on Linux Mint and is packaged […]
In this post i will show you how to set up Python scripting for Apache. Note that I assume that you have already set up and configured the standard LAMP server stack. If you haven’t, refer to any of the following links, depending on your distribution. (Open Suse,Mandriva,Arch Linux, Debian,Sientific Linux)
Six month’s after Ubuntu’s previous release, Oneric Ocelot (Ubuntu11.10) Ubuntu’s next release, is the Ubuntu 12.04 called Precise Pangolin. Unlike recent releases this will be a Long Time Support (LTS) version, which means that it will continue to be supported beyond the usual 3 years for regular desktop LTS releases and will be supported for […]
I like to think that Linux is about a flexible an operating system as you can find. But it can be easy to forget just how flexible it is. We can get ourselves stuck in our computing habits and stick with the old and familiar. And sometimes, just trying something new can sometimes seem daunting […]