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Installation of KeePassX Password Manager on Fedora Linux

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 10:29:47 AM
KeePassX is a cross platform password manager to allow users to store and organize password and keep them safe using advanced encryption techniques. This guide describes how to install KeePassX password manager on Fedora Linux.

Why Linux on Power?

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 09:42:27 AM
Running your Linux-based applications on IBM® Power® hardware offers a powerful blend of performance, reliability, and security. In this article, you will be exposed to many of the strategic advantages that IBM Power Systems™ can offer and you might be surprised by the low cost of the various deployments. Learn about the tools that IBM uses to enhance your Linux experience and fully understand IBM’s future commitments to Linux on Power.

Canonical: A company in dire need of a clear objective.

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 08:55:07 AM
Not all companies will make the right decision from the beginning, which is why you need to adapt in order to succeed, although how many bad decisions does a company need to make? Canonical has a long history in which some can say, they did not make the right choice. Let us take a look at some of these, shall we?

An Everyday Linux User Review Of Lubuntu 14.04

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 08:07:47 AM
Having recommended Lubuntu as a go-to distribution for Windows XP users you would think this review of Lubuntu 14.04 would be ultra positive. This isn't necessarily the case though with broken network applets, keyboard layout issues and a clunky software centre.

Switching to Ubuntu: User Tips

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 07:20:27 AM
As the adoption rate of Linux on the desktop grows, so does the number of people who are considering making the switch to Ubuntu. These folks have heard all the good things, but, as per usual, not enough in the reality check department.

Mint 17 is the perfect place for Linux-ers to wait out Ubuntu uncertainty

Wednesday 25th of June 2014 06:33:07 AM
The team behind Linux Mint unveiled its latest update this week—Mint 17 using kernel 3.13.0-24, nicknamed "Qiana." The new release indicates a major change in direction for what has quickly become one of the most popular Linux distros available today. Mint 17 is based on Ubuntu 14.04, and this decision appears to have one major driver. Consistency.