Ubuntu opened a new department for suggestions and surveys for improvements and new functions in the new releases of this distribution. Only for 4 days there ware 10000 registered members and 2700 ideas collected. Unfortunately as usual there are a lot of spammers and ideas submitted more than once that are putting in shadow other good ideas.
Shortly after Beta 3, the Xfce developers are pleased to announce the first Release Candidate for Xfce 4.6. If no serious bugs are found, this is going to be the state of the final release (plus translation updates). This Release Candidate is the first 4.6 release that comes with graphical installers for the main components […]
Have you heard about the Apache webserver?If not – go back to the cave you were living in for the last 15 years and don’t bother reading this.Just kidding (I assume you are kidding about not having heard about the Apache project too). The new stuff include Smart Filtering, Improved Caching, AJP Proxy, Proxy Load […]
Linux 2.6.29 kernel released on 23 March, 2009. Summary: Linux 2.6.29 adds kernel based graphic mode setting, WiMAX support, Access Point support in the wifi stack, the inclusion of the btrfs and squashfs filesystems, ecryptfs filename encryption, ext4 no journaling mode, ocfs2 metadata checksums, a more scalable RCU implementation, filesystem freeze support, swap management in […]