Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Tux Machines is 10

Filed under
Site News

Whois

A lot has happened since Susan started the site and we are grateful for her legacy, which the Wayback Machine can show. In the coming years we will try to make more improvements in the way we pick news quickly and the way the news is presented or organised.

Wayback Machine

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.

Congrats :)

Congrats on the hard work Smile

Amazing

I miss seeing Susan around here, but you've done well to keep the site active and interesting. Long live Tux Machines!

srlinuxx will ALWAYS waddle

srlinuxx will ALWAYS waddle the waddle! She'll be very missed. I hope she logs in occasionally and lets her fans know she's still kickin'. Smile

Dr. Roy and Rianne are doing a great job of keeping the Tux Machine will oiled and running efficiently.

Looking forward to many years of informative reading and interaction here.

~V. T. Eric Layton (aka Nocturnal Slacker, vtel57)
http://vtel57.com

More in Tux Machines

Get our Linux networking cheat sheet

If your daily tasks include managing servers and the data center's network. The following Linux utilities and commands—from basic to advanced—will help make network management easier. In several of these commands, you'll see , which stands for "fully qualified domain name." When you see this, substitute your website URL or your server (e.g., server-name.company.com), as the case may be. Read more

3 cool productivity apps for Fedora 28

Productivity apps are especially popular on mobile devices. But when you sit down to do work, you’re often at a laptop or desktop computer. Let’s say you use a Fedora system for your platform. Can you find apps that help you get your work done? Of course! Read on for tips on apps to help you focus on your goals. All these apps are available for free on your Fedora system. And they also respect your freedom. (Many also let you use existing services where you may have an account.) Read more

Today in Techrights

Want to Make Linux Mint Look Like a Mac? This Theme Can Help

We’ve established how easy it is to make Ubuntu look like a Mac but theming Linux Mint, the popular Ubuntu-based offshoot, is a little trickier. But no more. It’s now possible to make Linux Mint look like a Mac too, and it’s all thanks to a customised version of the uncannily accurate macOS Mojave GTK theme we highlighted here, just a few weeks ago. If you’ve longed to add some Cupertino styling to the Cinnamon desktop, keep reading! Read more