Linux Mint Debian Update Pack 4 is out

The latest update of Linux Mint Debian has been rolled out today. Update pack 4 is applicable for all LMDE users and includes the following updates: Gnome 2 has been upgraded to Gnome Shell, kernel is now 3.2 version, Cinamon and Mate desktops are now available out of the box. In order to upgrade just use Update Manager that comes with Linux Mint Debian by default, you will see an […]

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Meet new design of LinuxScrew

A few days ago LinuxScrew website has moved to a new design and partially to a new hosting. It is still based on WordPress engine (I still think it’s the best platform for this class of websites). You are more than welcome to take a minute to look at new clean version of www.linuxscrew.com. If you find any bugs or something that you feel should look different – just let […]

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Google Chromium OS!

Today Google has announced operating system Google Chromium OS. It still not ready to end users as is under deep development but now everyone can see its concepts, benefits and nature. Astonishing news as for me. There were a lot of rumors about Google OS (gos) before it was presented to the public in real. Now it’s clear that the most promising OS these days is based on Linux kernel. […]

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Google Chrome Operating System

Here is astonishing news I came across today at Google Official Blog: We’re announcing a new project that’s a natural extension of Google Chrome — the Google Chrome Operating System. It’s our attempt to re-think what operating systems should be. Google Chrome OS is an open source, lightweight operating system that will initially be targeted at netbooks. Later this year we will open-source its code, and netbooks running Google Chrome […]

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Speedlinks - 29 December, 2008

1. Linux kernel 2.6.28 was officially released at 28 Dec, 2008: ext4, graphics execution manager (GEM), TAINTed_CRAP. See First Look by arstechnica.com. P.S. Linus “almost Santa” Torvalds’ announcement is definitely worth reading: Listen to the cheerful grinding of your harddisk as you reboot into an all-new kernel – and I’m sure that if your computer could smile, it would have a big silly grin on its non-existent face. So as […]

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