We check out a few useful command-line tools and productivity apps. We discuss Canonical’s recent outreach to the greater community with the future of Mir and the potential of Ubuntu Unity for 18.04. The City of Munich is back on the docket this week,
The first 6 Year LTS Linux Kernel was released this week. Huge Update from Mozilla with Firefox Quantum. New distro releases from Fedora and Slax. Linux now dominates the Supercomputer Market, well even more than it already did.
We take a look at a cool auto-upgrade tool. I never thought I’s see this happen but Intel and AMD announced a new joint processor. New competition in the Password Manager space on Linux. Canonical asks for community participation in the new Ubuntu 18.
Audacity Released a Big Update, We also got some updates for a couple of eBook Readers. In Distro News we talk about a couple distros we’ve never featured before. This Week’s Hardware News features a couple of cool devices.
Canonical announced the codename for Ubuntu 18.04, Kodi Entertainment Center saw a new release, and we’ll check out some cool command line based applications. We got some cool distro releases this week and some news from Linux Mint’s future.
Canonical releases Ubuntu 17.10, one of the biggest releases of Ubuntu in years. We’ll take a brief look at it as well as the releases of each official flavor. We’ll also talk about the potential news as to whether or not Canonical is planning to becom...
We take a look at some browser releases and a new crowdfunding project for socializing the command line. In Distro News, there were quite a few releases and even some pioneering happening this week. Linux Hardware saw some Good, Bad, and Ugly news.
The Long Term Support version of the Linux Kernel is now longer. SUSE announced SUSE Studio Express. We take a look at a preview for Plasma 5.11. We have an exciting Update for the Librem 5 phone. We got some distro updates for Debian, Fedora, Solus,
We saw some new releases from GIMP, Fail2Ban, Audacious, Voyager Linux, and many more. Ubuntu has reached Feature Freeze, we’ll talk about the latest changes before the freeze. QupZilla has chosen the new name of the browser.
Coming up on This Week in Linux, we saw some new releases from Solus, Krita, Ardour, feren OS and many more. Debian and GNOME both celebrated their Birthdays this week. We check out some cool software that lets you do Google Searches from the command-l...