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Thunderbird New Design, UBports, NVIDIA Code Drop, Ubuntu 17.10 ISO Issue | This Week in Linux 19

Monday 25th of December 2017 08:10:37 PM
VIDEO: Thunderbird New Design, UBports Plan to Support Android Apps, NVIDIA Open-Source Code Drop, Ubuntu 17.10 ISO Issue, Steam Winter Sale, Command-Line Translations, and much more on Episode 19

MX Linux 17 An Easy To Use Linux Distro For Noobs

Monday 25th of December 2017 05:19:04 PM
If you are looking for a Desktop Linux distribution that is simple yet different, reliable and runs well on legacy hardware, then MX Linux is a good choice. MX Linux is a cooperative venture between the antiX and former MEPIS Linux communities (hence the name MX). One can expect best of both worlds is put into MX Linux.

How open science evolved in 2017

Monday 25th of December 2017 11:25:45 AM
The scientific community has embraced openness since long before computers came on the scene. The ideals of sharing knowledge and building on the work of others are fundamental to how scientific discovery happens. This year, Opensource.com contributors shared some of the ways open source software and science teamed up. Check out the top six science articles on the site in 2017.1. 3 open source alternatives to MATLABread more

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We enjoy using Ubuntu mainly for gaming, writing, listening to music and browsing the web. (Lots and lots of browsing the web.) There are other apps that we would love to have on Ubuntu like Affinity Photo, a stunning image editor that’s on par with Adobe’s Photoshop that’s available on Windows and Mac as well as Bear, a beautifully designed note taking app that we do most of our writing on that’s only available for macOS. However, the Ubuntu platform has moved forward in leaps and bounds in recent years when it comes to the official availability of popular apps and we are confident that this trend will continue. What’s your favourite Ubuntu apps? Read more

Kernel Space: Plans for Linux 4.16, 4.15 Likely Out Shortly