Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish


Topicsort iconRepliesCreatedLast reply
tuxmachines vs lxer 3 1 year 21 weeks ago
by LoneStar
1 year 21 weeks ago
by Roy Schestowitz
Thanks TuxMachines! 4 7 years 7 weeks ago
by linnerd40
6 years 49 weeks ago
by billgoldberg
Sudden drop in articles? 2 7 years 39 weeks ago
by DJ_Gentoo
7 years 39 weeks ago
by DJ_Gentoo
Slax-5.1.7 md5sum 3 9 years 6 days ago
by ryptyde
9 years 6 days ago
by srlinuxx
Script Kiddies 0 1 year 21 weeks ago
by Roy Schestowitz
Scope 0 1 year 17 weeks ago
by Roy Schestowitz
RSS Feed for 1 9 years 25 weeks ago
by puffarthur
9 years 25 weeks ago
by srlinuxx
Publishing high-quality documents with Kile 0 7 years 40 weeks ago
by stonyandcher
Is it just me... 2 8 years 12 weeks ago
by nicsmr
8 years 12 weeks ago
by nicsmr
Improvement 0 5 years 43 weeks ago
by ilaserok
How does one report spam comments? 0 3 years 20 weeks ago
by lcafiero
Good to have tuxmachines back up! 3 6 years 25 weeks ago
by revdjenk
6 years 25 weeks ago
by srlinuxx
Forum funny? 2 1 year 18 weeks ago
by raymondillo14
43 weeks 3 days ago
by tazammaliqbal
Copied articles 8 6 years 33 weeks ago
by richs-lxh
6 years 32 weeks ago
by srlinuxx
can't open external usb hard disk 0 7 years 44 weeks ago
by danilo
"geubuntu desktop" will not allow drag & Drop 0 7 years 31 weeks ago
by bunlacken
Syndicate content

More in Tux Machines

The Companies That Support Linux: MariaDB

MariaDB Corporation is a provider of open source database solutions for SaaS, cloud and on-premise applications that require high availability, scalability, and performance. Built by the founder and core engineering team behind MySQL, MariaDB has more than 2 million users globally and over 500 customers in more than 45 countries -- most of whom are running Linux. Read more

UK health service nurtures open source communities

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is nurturing a growing number of communities of software developers working on open source solutions. NHS’ Code4Health team is now supporting 17 communities that bring together health care providers, developers and supporters. Read more

LG's got a flip phone that runs Android Lollipop

Flip phones aren't just for retro hipsters and the elderly anymore... well, actually they kind of are. But they're super popular in Asia, and now you can get one that'll run the latest apps: LG's Gentle flip phone. The faux-leather adorned device is running a bleeding edge version of Android 5.1 Lollipop and packing 4G LTE. Otherwise, it's not exactly a power-user's dream with a 3.2-inch 480 x 320 screen, 3-megapixel rear camera, 4GB of (expandable) storage and 1GB of RAM. But for just 20 million won ($175) it would make a fine second phone, provided you live in Korea -- it's unlikely to come here, and similar flip phones can be pricey to import. Read more

Next-gen Android One phone launches in India for $176

The Lava Pixel V1 offers a solid value for the price, combining mid-range hardware with the latest Android software updates from Google. Read more