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Ohio LinuxFest 2017

The Ohio LinuxFest is a grassroots conference for the GNU/Linux/Open Source Software/Free Software community that started in 2003 as a large inter-LUG (Linux User Group) meeting and has grown steadily since. It is a place for the community to gather and share information about Linux and Open Source...
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Feren OS
Jack Wallen says Feren OS has achieved something special: They’ve created a Linux distribution that anyone could use, for nearly any purpose, with zero learning curve.

Feren OS Could Be the Best-Looking Desktop on the Market

Imagine taking Linux Mint, placing the Cinnamon desktop on it and then theming it to not only to serve as a perfect drop-in replacement for Windows 7 but to be one of the most beautiful Linux desktops you’ve seen in a long while. That’s what Feren OS has managed --  and has done so with aplomb....
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3 Ways to Run a Remote Desktop on Raspberry Pi

In this post, we will tell you about 3 ways to run Remote Desktop on your Raspberry Pi. The first one is by using TeamViewer. Using TeamViewer is as simple as making a pie. You just install TeamViewer on Raspberry Pi, find the provided login and password, and enter them on PC. That’s it! No need...
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Linux kernel 4.11
Linus Torvalds has returned to an animal-themed name with Linux kernel 4.11 -- Fearless Coyote. Read on for details.

Linux Kernel 4.11 ‘Fearless Coyote’ Released

Linus Torvalds has returned to an animal-themed nickname for Kernel 4.11. After 4.10 was named “Happy Anniversary" for a brief time in its development cycle, 4.11 is Fearless Coyote, a name carried over from version 4.10-rc6. And, after spending an extra week on rc8, Torvalds remarked how the last...
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Linux Kernel 4.11 Officially Released, Adds Support for Intel Gemini Lake SoCs

As expected, Linus Torvalds proudly announced today, April 30, 2017, the general availability of the final release of the Linux 4.11 kernel, a major update that adds numerous improvements and new features. Linux kernel 4.11 has been in development for the past two months, since very early March,...
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Best Linux Distros for Gaming in 2017

Linux can be used for everything, including gaming. When it comes to Linux gaming and distros, you have many options to choose from. We hand-picked and tested all distros and only included the best ones. All with a detailed overview, minimum requirements, and screenshots. Gaming in Linux has...
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GNOME Unity
Jack Wallen looks at the similarities and differences between Unity and GNOME to help Unity users effortlessly make the transition.

Getting to Know GNOME (From a Unity Perspective)

Unless you’ve lost all network connections over the past couple of weeks, you know the big news: Canonical announced it was dropping Ubuntu Unity and returning to its GNOME roots. Whether you think this is good or bad news, it’s happening. When the official Ubuntu 18.04 is released, it will be all...
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Ubuntu 17.04: The Bittersweet Linux Release

It's been a heck of a month for Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company. The company dropped its smartphone and tablet plans. This, in turn, ended to its plans to make Unity its universal default interface. Instead, Gnome will become Ubuntu's once and future desktop. Days later, long-time CEO Jane...
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A 1986 Bulletin Board System Has Brought the Old Web Back to Life in 2017

Today, many can be forgiven for thinking that the digital communications revolution kicked off during the mid-1990s, when there was simply an explosion of media and consumer interest in the World Wide Web. Just a decade earlier, however, the future was now for the hundreds of thousands of users...
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BeagleBone Blue
The BeagleBone Blue is a robotics-focused collaboration with the University of California San Diego Robotics Lab, which is using the board for robotics education.

Latest Linux Maker Boards Gamble on Diversity

As usual, last week’s Embedded World show in Nuremberg, Germany was primarily focused on commercial embedded single board computers (SBCs), computer-on-modules, and rugged industrial systems for the OEM market. Yet, we also saw a growing number of community-backed maker boards, which, like most of...
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