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Maui 2 Blue Tang released, based on KDE Neon project
Saturday, October 29, 2016 10:37 AM

The Maui team has happily announced release of Maui Linux 2, new stable release of KDE Neon based project that offers latest KDE Plasma experience to all types of linux users. The Maui Linux is actually a continuation of Kubuntu based Netrunner project. As the ultimate objective of KDE Neon project and any other derivatives of it, Maui 2 ships latest available version of Plasma, ie, Plasma

Quirky 8.1 Xerus released with Ubuntu binary compatibility
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 9:04 PM

The Quirky team has unveiled Quirky 8.1 Xerus, a new release of lightweight, Puppy based GNU/Linux distribution that offers a combination of JWM and ROX-Filer as default desktop environment. Quirky 8.1 makes use of Ubuntu 16.04 packages and is almost binary compatible with Ubuntu 16.04. This makes a bigger number of packages available for Quirky OS. At the same time, developers points out,

Debian based Netrunner Core 16.09 Avalon released
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 9:17 PM

After almost one year of extended testing, the Netrunner team has announced release of Netrunenr Core 16.09 Avalon, projects new release built over Debian stable branch. The Netrunner Core edition is the major operating system from Netrunner family and it ships latest KDE Plasma desktop, Qt framework and KDE Apps over stable debian release. Following this strategy, Netrunner Core 16.09 is

Black Lab Enterprise Linux 8 Service Pack 1 released
Tuesday, October 25, 2016 8:54 AM

The Black Lab team has launched Black Lab Enterprise Linux 8 SP1, latest stable release of enterprise class of operating system built over Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. This release of Black Lab is a hybrid edition which can be used either as full fledged desktop operating system or as an integrated cloud operating system which comes with online applications. Black Lab 8 SP1 is shipped with KDE 5.5 which

Ubuntu MATE 16.10 is a solid release - Review
Thursday, October 20, 2016 8:42 PM

The cmscritic website has posted a review of recently released Ubuntu MATE 16.10, an official Ubuntu community flavor featuring rock solid MATE Desktop. In this review, different aspects of the operating system has been examined and reviewer reaches in a conclusion that, Ubuntu MATE 16.10 is a solid GNU/Linux distribution.The Ubuntu MATE community has made significant improvement over the

Ubuntu 16.10 - Not bad, but not worth to update if you are happy with 16.04
Thursday, October 20, 2016 8:24 PM

The hecticgeek portal has published a review of recently released Ubuntu 16.10, a regular 6 monthly release of Ubuntu supported for 9 months. The review remarks, though Ubuntu 16.10 is not a bad release, there is no much reason to update your system if you  are happy with existing 16.04 LTS release which will be supported up to 5 years. When a project ships a release in every 6 months, we can

Solus 1.2.1 Shannon released; Introduces Solus MATE Edition
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 7:33 PM

The Solus community has release Solus 1.2.1, latest stable milestone of independently developed GNU/Linux operating system dedicated to deliver delighted experience for all kind of users. This release introduces Solus MATE, a new member in family which features a well tweaked MATE Desktop over Solus Core. Solus 1.2.1 is going to be the final release of the project, that follows traditional

KDevelop 5.0.2 released, second maintenance release in 5.0.x series
Monday, October 17, 2016 9:03 PM

The KDevelop team has released KDevelop 5.0.2, second maintenance release in projects 5.0.x series. This release is coming almost 4 weeks after previous stabilization release, 5.0.1. KDevelop is a modern Integrated Development Environment(IDE) for developing projects of any size. It is basically a nicely blended combination of advanced code editor with advanced code analysis which offers an

Ubuntu based budgie remix 16.10 released with budgie desktop 10.2.7
Sunday, October 16, 2016 6:02 PM

The budgie remix team has unveiled budgie remix 16.10, first stable release of project that is closely aligned with Ubuntu release guide lines. This release ships several bug fixes, improvements and optimizations based on teams experience with previously released Ubuntu 16.04.1 and subsequent development releases. To make this release a reality, the project has successfully submitted most of

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