Friday, December 16, 2011

Kororaa Linux 16 : A Fedora-based Linux named "Chum" has been released

Chris Smart announced the availability of Kororaa Linux 16 which code name is "Chum" on 16 Dec,2011. The Kororaa is originally based on Gentoo Linux but after 2010 it is based on Fedora Linux. The main aim of this Linux is to provide the easiness and user-friendly packages.


KDE 4.7

This version is available in KDE 4.7 and GNOME 3.2. It also adds third party repositories like RPMfusion, adobe, chrome, virtualbox. Firefox 8 is the default browser adn comes with some in-built add-ons like DownThemAll, Flashblock, Xclear etc. It also includes microblogging client, multimedia support, video editor, VLC player and many more.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Pear OS Linux version 3.0 named "Panther" has been released

The Pear OS linux is from France and it is purely based on Ubuntu and Debian. It design and look is mixture of Ubuntu and MAC OS X. The login screen, top panel and window are look like Ubuntu and the Dock at bottom gives you the taste of MAC OS X.

David Tavares has announced the version 3.0 named "Panther" of Pear OS on 14 Dec,2011. It is available on both 32-bit and 64-bit on Sourceforge.  The MAC like view of this OS gives easiness to the endusers. And it supports many populer media codecs as it liked by the people which use multimedia application.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

CentOS 6.1 has been released

On 9th Dec,2011, the team of the Community Enterprise Operating System [CentOS] team announced the availability of CentOS 6.1 in both architecture 32-bit[i386] and 64-bit[x86_64]. The CentOS is originally based on Fedora and available with many packages in their repositories. It is totally based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux so if you are in search of enterprise operating system then the CentOS is the best choice.

As it is based on EL 6.1 and contain packages from all variants. And all upstream repositories have been combined into one repository so it make easier to work for users. They recommend to use Candidate Release repository for more bug-fixes and security updates.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Top 5 Linux of 2011

1. Linux Mint :-

                          Linux mint is originally based on Ubuntu and Debian which provides all the stuff that you have to install after installing any operating system. So it is convenient to any user which does not have internet easily available. It provides facilities like media codecs, audio codecs, browser plugins and many other components in-built. It also uses the repositories of Ubuntu.

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2. Ubuntu :-

                             Ubuntu is the african word which means "humanity to others". It is freely available for desktop as well as server users. It is handled by a very large firm Canonical. Ubuntu is most popular operating system among user because it is fast and easy to use. It is originally based on Debian.

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3. Fedora :-

                            Fedora is the project which developed under Ref Hat. Fedora is completely free and opensource. The main goal of Red Hat is to process openly for Fedora. Hence they find more participants from outside rather than this time. It is independent Linux operating system.

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4. Debian :-

                            Debian is global Linux operating system which is independent and built on Linux core. Debian comes with more then 20,000 packages free of charge. It is developed many of the desktop manager like GNOME, KDE, Lxde, Xfce, FluxBox, BlackBox, AfterStep.

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5. OpenSUSE :-

                             The OpenSUSE is the free operating system which sponsored by Novell. It is independent Linux operating system originate from Germany. It is very populer among rpm user. They try to make it more easier and spread it world-wide to more and more users.

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Saturday, December 3, 2011

Ubuntu 12.04 'Precise Pangolin' alpha 1 has been released

Ubuntu 12.04 named 'Precise Pangolin' has been released on 1st Dec,2011. This time Ubuntu 12.04 is based on Linux Kernel 3.2.0 relaese candidate 3. There are many more changes are done in the Ubuntu 12.04. It also support for APLS touchpads.

 Now next step is to see weather the unity interface take Ubuntu 12.04 upside or downside? In this alpha version many bug fixes are done and hence they try to make 'Precise Pangolin' more precise and flawless.The next version Ubuntu 12.04 alpha 2 will be release on 2nd Feb,2011.