When I planned this review, I never really understood how difficult things would become to reach a point where I could actually run the Razor-QT desktop for some real-world testing. In a nutshell, oh my it was worth every minute of pain. Want to know more? Read on. I tested on elementaryOS/Ubuntu with Razor-QT 0.5.2. […]
Have you ever thought to carry a personal computer in your pocket? Canonical is working very hard to make it possible with Ubuntu Edge. Since they are very community oriented, Canonical has launched a IndieGOGO campaign today for crowd-funding of Ubuntu Edge, their first Ubuntu smartphone device. The amount of money they want to raise […]
Ubuntu Phone, is it going to be a super nice phone? I hope so. But a very interesting thing about this phone is that it can be a full PC when docked. Every edge of the screen is used on this phone and this makes navigating through your content extremely enjoyable. It makes your apps […]
If you are using Lightweight desktops like LXDE or XFCE, then you can’t find the way to browse the network shares through their native file mangers. Some file mangers like Nautilus have the built-in feature for mounting the remote shares in the file manager itself. So if you want to access the remote shares in […]
As you may be aware, in the last 24 hours Ubuntu Forums was hacked. At the time of writing, the Forums are still down and the Administrators have noted they are currently working on the issue as quickly as possible. It’s important to note that if you are a registered user of Ubuntu Forums and […]
GNOME Schedule is a graphical user interface (GUI) tool that leverages the power of cron. It brings together the power of cron with the ease-of-use. Whilst we can use the command-line to schedule tasks, we can also use GNOME Schedule to complete the same task.
Wine 1.6 has been released. According to the announcement, the new release is a result of 16 months of development efforts and comes with more 10,000 individual changes. The main changes are the new Mac driver, full support for window transparency and the new Mono package for .NET applications support. This new release comes also […]
There you have it-I said the “W” word—Windows. I guess I should probably elaborate a little more about what I am raving on about. Allow me to explain. As Microsoft begins to wind down support for Windows XP SP3, with less than 12 months of support left, there is actually still market share for XP. […]