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Debian Wheezy To Introduce Multiarch Support


Debian Wheezy To Introduce Multiarch Support

Debian has announced that they are introducing support for multiarch in Debian Wheezy. Multiarch support means that that a Debian system will be able to install and run applications built for a different target system.

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By Ricky on July 28th
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Oracle Acquires Ksplice – Drops Support For Fedora, Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS


Oracle Acquires Ksplice – Drops Support For Fedora, Red Hat, SUSE, Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS

Oracle has acquired Ksplice. With the acquisition, Oracle will no longer provide Ksplice Uptrack as a separate product. It will be included as a part of Oracle Linux Premier Support.

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By Ricky on July 22nd
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Microsoft Makes A Video For Linux’s 20th Birthday


Microsoft Makes A Video For Linux’s 20th Birthday

This is a very unexpected but Microsoft has submitted a video to the Linux Foundation in celebration of the 20th birthday of Linux.

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By Ricky on July 20th
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How To Install 64-bit Flash Player 11 In Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narhwal”


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A while back, Adobe has finally delivered on its promise and released a native 64-bit Flash Player for Linux. If you are on Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit and want to update to Flash Player 11, here is what you have to do.

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By Ricky on July 14th
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Adobe Releases Flash Player 11 – Finally Delivers 64-bit Flash Player For Linux


Adobe Releases Flash Player 11 – Finally Delivers 64-bit Flash Player For Linux

Adobe have just released Flash Player 11 and it includes native 64-bit support for Linux as well as promised when they discontinued the experimental 64-bit Flash Player 10 for Linux.

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By Ricky on July 14th
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Google Open Source Manager: Android Is The Linux Dream Come True


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Chris DiBona, who is the Open Source Manager at Google, has said that Android is the Linux dream come true. He described Android as “the ultimate success story of Linux”.

 Google   Linux   News  

By Ricky on July 12th
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Fedora 16 To Use Btrfs By Default


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According to proposals for Fedora 16, Btrfs will be the default filesystem used in that release. The proposal has been approved by the Fedora Engineering Steering Committee.

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By Ricky on June 9th
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How To Install Faenza Icon Theme In Ubuntu 11.04


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The Faenza icon set is one of the best looking icon set available for Ubuntu. It is a very complete icon set and has icons for most of the applications. In this post, we will tell you how you can install it in Ubuntu 11.04.

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By Ricky on June 5th
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There Is Not Nearly As Much GNU In GNU/Linux As You Might Believe


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Ever wondered how much GNU is actually there in GNU/Linux? Well, the answer might surprise you.

 General   Linux  

By Ricky on June 2nd
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