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Linux Lite, A Friendly Linux Distro For Windows/New Users

Linux Lite, A Linux Distro For Windows/New Users

Linux Lite is a free, open source, Ubuntu-based and light-weight Linux distribution which is very easy for Windows users turning toward Linux.Linux Lite comes with all basic apps installed so that you don't have to download and install them manually. It's friendly to Windows/New users. So let's know more about Linux Lite.

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Zorin OS 10 Released, A Friendly Linux Distribution For Beginnners

Zorin OS 10 Released, A Friendly Linux Distribution For Beginnners

Zorin OS is a friendly user interface Linux distribution that any beginner can hand on. Basing on Ubuntu gives full support to most hardware and reach to 40,000+ applications from software center. The latest Zorin OS 10 has been released recently with the new selection of default applications and other improvements. Let's know more about Zorin OS.

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Prepare your own Chrome Book (Chromixium OS)

  As we all know MacBook is a proprietary Laptop from Apple. Now Google entered into competition with Chromebook.

  Basically Chromebook is net book and most of work is based on Chrome brouser. The best thing is that it’s price, simplicity and ability to do real work & that’s the reason Chromebook incredibly popular & users of Chrome Book increase rapidly.

  But the thing is Chrome OS is proprietary solution from Google. You cannot simply download & install on your PC or Laptop.

  Then what is the solution?

is newly launched Linux distribution, which gives you real feel of Chrome Book.

This distribution based on Ubuntu Linux so you can enjoy dual feel at same time. Chromixium having Openbox window manager with the Compton desktop compositor, Plank dock and LXDE's LXPanel to provide the desktop and menus. The Chromium web browser, equipped with the PepperFlash plugin, is the main online application.


Initially it come with Chromium Browser, It works nice but some apps are going to support Chromium So if you want later you can change browser to Chrome.

  Also you can download apps from Ubuntu apps directory for offline desktop use. Ubuntu updates are installed automatically, providing long-term security support. OS is available Stable release in 32 bit and 64 bit.


 What are minimum system requirement?

  • 1GB USB device or DVD-R/RW
  • 1GHZ Processor, Intel/AMD (dual core preferred)
  • 512MB RAM (1GB preferred)
  • 4GB hard disk space (8GB preferred)
  • Video graphics capable of 800x600 resolution (1024x600 or better preferred)
  • Wired (Ethernet) or wireless (Wi-Fi) Internet access
  • A computer that is capable of booting from a DVD or USB
  • Intel hardware is generally better supported 'out-of-the-box' on Linux-based operating systems.

  You can install system alongside window or your other primary OS, So let’s download from here and enjoy new experience. And please don’t forgot to give your comments or suggestion.


Black Lab Linux Xfce 15.7 is out now. Distro Review and Installation Guide

Black Lab Linux is a Ubuntu based distribution, aimed at bringing the stability to Linux desktop. It is well suited for almost every type of linux user, from normal desktop users to geeks and professionals. It comes bundled with large number of useful apps to enhance your multimedia, office and home experience of Linux. This is pretty stable, easy to use, lightweight distribution. Originally called OS/4, it was renamed to Black Lab due to copyright issues.  Read more at LinuxPitstop


Dual-Boot Ubuntu 15.04/14.10 And Windows 10/8.1/8: Step By Step Tutorial With Screenshots

Dual-Boot Ubuntu 15.04/14.10 And Windows 10/8.1/8: Step By Step Tutorial With Screenshots

There are many of us want to use Windows and Ubuntu both at the same computer but dual booting does not seem easy to everyone. In this article I'll show you how you can dual boot your computer with Windows 10/8.1/8 and Ubuntu 15.04/14.10.

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If you love Debian, but miss GNOME 2; Try latest Point Linux 3.0 [Distro Review]

If you love Debian, but miss GNOME 2; you should definitely try Point Linux. It comes with MATE desktop environment which is fork of GNOME2. The design goal of this distribution is to provide an easy to setup, user friendly, stable, fast and predictable operating system for the lovers of Linux desktop. This Linux distribution is targeted toward experienced users and IT sector. The latest version of this operating system Point Linux 3.0 is out now. Let’s see how we can install and get familiar with this distro. Read more at LinuxPitstop


Possible Backgrounds+Defense Ideas for the Hack of the German Parliament

Michael Grandjean, employee at Univention and working in Professional Services, was like many Germans surprised by the audacious hack of the German Bundestag last month. Being in direct contact with customers he racked his brain how this bold "Advanced Persistent Threat" attack could have happened and, what is at least as important, whether such an attack could also be possible for our customers working with Univention Corporate Server-based environments, because the German Parliament uses OpenLDAP as does UCS and Active Directory services, which are also provided by UCS via Samba.

If you like to get a good insight on advanced hacking methods and tips for "Defense-in-depth" strategies for your IT as well an idea about the differences between Windows and Linux systems, go to the Univention Blog. Comments are always welcome!

German parliament (Deutscher Bundestag) in Berlin


Test Upcoming Debian Based Operating System Parsix 8.0

Parsix is a Debian based Linux operating system; the design goal of this distribution is to provide an easy to use operating system for laptop and desktop users. The upcoming release Parsix GNU/Linux 8.0 is an awaited one, but developers of this operating system have launched the first testing release of this upcoming version, so that we all fans should try it to get familiar with new operating system and report any bugs to make the 8.0 release more stable. Read more at LinuxPitstop


Debian-Based Distro OpenMediaVault 2.1 [Stone burner] is out now. Prominent Features and Installatio

OpenMediaVault is a free Network Attached Storage operating system, it is an architecture independent Linux distro; which means it can be installed on any type of hardware. Since it uses same packages as Debian, so it utilizes APT package manager to install any additional packages. It is primarily developed for home users and runs perfectly normal on computers with low resources. Your old computer can run this operating system without any issues. Its latest release OpenMediaVault 2.1 is available for download now,  In this article, we will be reviewing its prominent features and installation steps. Read more at LinuxPitstop


Slackware-Based Linux distro VectorLinux 7.1 is out now - Lightweight OS with Improved Installer

On June 27, VectorLinux distro team announced the latest release of their lightweight operating system. VectorLinux 7.1  is out now and available to download and install for computers with both 32bit and 64bit architectures. It is a lightweight, easy to install distribution, based on Slackware concept. This new release is equipped with Linux kernel 3.18.1 and powerful XFCE desktop environment. Read more at LinuxPitstop

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