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WhatsApp Now Available for Linux Machines, How to Use It

WhatsApp is the most used messenger service on mobile devices, but it's also one of the few that don't have an API or a client that can run on other devices as well, like PCs for example. That is no longer the case and Linux users now have access to...

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Black Lab Linux Xfce 6.0 SR 1.1 Features a Heavily Modified Desktop

Black Lab Linux, a distribution that is based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and is using the Xfce desktop environment, has been upgraded to version 6.0 SR 1.1 and is now available for download. The Black Lab Linux distros are traditionally known for their GNOME desktops, but the developers have a...

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Distribution Release: Robolinux 7.8.1

John Martinson has announced the release of Robolinux 7.8.1, the latest update of the project's beginner-friendly distribution based on Debian's stable branch.

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If You Want a Linux-Based Windows Lookalike, Then Q4OS Is for You

Q4OS is a Linux distribution built to offer a desktop experience similar to that of Windows XP. The developers are preparing to launch version 1.0 and they have made quite a few changes. There are numerous ways of making your Linux distro look like a Windows counterpart, and making it...

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Linus Torvalds Keeps Code in the Kernel for Just One User

The Linux kernel is a very advanced piece of software that is able to cater to all the current hardware needs, but it's also able to run on hardware that's been decommissioned and is no longer produced for more than twenty years. Linus Torvalds is always happy when developers propose...

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New Open Source Dependency Manager on the Scene

When Daniel Pfeifer gave a talk about dependency management in When dependency hell freezes over at Meeting C++ last year, he said: "Try to complete the following sentence: Python has Pip, Ruby has Gem, Dart has Pub, C++ has... " Unfortunately, we cannot continue the sentence because there is no...

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