OpenSourceFeed : Weekly News Feed 14

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.7 Released
07/23/2015 12:05 PM

Red Hat, the largest open source giant in world, announced release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.7. This release is latest of update for RHEL 6.x series.  From press release regarding release of RHEL 6.7 RALEIGH, N.C. —

8 Current Trends in GNU/Linux Desktops
07/22/2015 10:02 PM

An article written by Bruce Byefield, published in datamation online portal lists 8 current trends in GNU/Linux Desktops. Desktop environments are supposed to be yesterday's technology, gradually being replaced by mobile devices. Yet someone apparently forgot to tell the developers of Linux desktops. At a time when desktops are supposed to be obsolete, Linux offers more alternatives

Fedora 22 Review
07/22/2015 10:03 AM

A review of Fedora 22, published in ordinatechnic evaluates Fedora 22 as a good user experience and the reviewer recommends it for production systems. Fedora 22, which replaced an existing installation of the Fedora 21 based Korora 21, has pleasantly surprised me. This is probably due to my terrible experience with Korora 20, aiming to make Fedora a friendly out-of-the-box experience.

Neptune 4.4 Released
07/22/2015 09:59 AM

Neptune Linux team announced release of Neptune 4.4, the latest stable release of debian based GNU/Linux distribution that comes with updated kernels and drivers. According to release announcement: This version features a new LTS Kernel 3.18.16 which delivers better and more modern hardware support. We also did  the biggest update in the graphicsstack since Neptune 4.0 by upgrading to

BackBox Linux 4.3 Released
07/22/2015 09:54 AM

BackBox team announced release of BackBox Linux 4.3, the latest stable release of Ubuntu LTS based GNU/Linux distribution. According to release announcement, following are some features of new BackBox release. Preinstalled Linux Kernel 3.16 New Ubuntu 14.04.2 base Ruby 2.1 Installer with LVM and Full Disk Encryption options Handy Thunar custom actions RAM wipe at shutdown/reboot System

Chromixum 1.5 32 bit ISO is Available for Download
07/22/2015 09:46 AM

Chromixium team announced release of Chromixium 1.5, the first major update of Ubuntu LTS based google chrome like operating system. According to release announcement, chromixium OS has got following features over previous release, ie, chromixum 1.0. Now using the standard Ubuntu (Ubiquity) installer with better language support, hardware detection and support for encrypted home and LVM

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