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 and goodies.
This is a time of excitement. And a time to share our happiness, our sadness, our anger and our love. For video has arrived to Skype for Linux. This release is not just a revolution for us in Linux, but a revolution for the Skype world at large. No longer are we, the people of […]
There is a new service, it’s called Share My Apps and it allows you to share information about your GNU/Linux system with other people. It’s a site that allows you to create a profile and display information such as installed packages, the amounts of memory, processor type, the Linux distribution in use, the wallpaper and […]
I’m glad to announce that the new FreeBSD 7.0 is now released!The changelog for this new version is magnificent. I can say that the FreeBSD is doing huge step forward with his new version. There are improvements in “TCP socket buffers”, extended support of wireless devices, there is included support for boot from FireWire and […]