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KaOS 2016.03

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KaOS is proud to announce the availability of the March release of a new stable ISO.

The Plasma Desktop includes Frameworks 5.20.0, Plasma 5.5.5 and KDE Applications 15.12.2. A few enhancements to the Plasma 5 experience have been added, these are KaOS specific extras.
You now have the option to calculate the md5sum from any file from the Dolphin service menu.
Since the kf5 move there has not been a fully working GUI for user management, there is one added now for KaOS, you will find it under system settings, account details.
From there you can create new users, change existing user(s) role or delete a user. Also added it is a KCM for locale/language settings.

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Qubes OS 3.1 has been released!

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I’m happy to announce that today we’re releasing Qubes OS 3.1!

The major new architectural feature of this release has been the introduction of the Qubes Management infrastructure, which is based on the popular Salt management software.

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elementary OS: A Distro that Dreams of Disrupting the Linux Desktop

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elementary OS has been making waves for quite some time, and the distro has already created a loyal fan following that’s helping it become a self-sustaining product. I am not an elementary OS user; I am more of an Arch Linux or openSUSE guy, but I do run it in a VM, to keep an eye on what’s going on with this promising distribution.

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Lessons Learned from 30 Years of MINIX

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While Linux is well known, its direct ancestor, MINIX, is now 30 and still quite spry for such aged software. Its story and how it and Linux got started is not well known, and there are perhaps some lessons to be learned from MINIX's development. Some of these lessons are specific to operating systems, some to software engineering, and some to other areas (such as project management). Neither MINIX nor Linux was developed in a vacuum. There was quite a bit of relevant history before either got started, so a brief introduction may put this material in perspective.

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Manjaro Linux 16.06 Preview Released

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Manjaro Linux is a sleek Linux distribution based on one of the most popular Linux, Arch Linux. Manjaro Linux comes in all major Linux desktop environment such as, XFCE, KDE, MATE, Gnome and Net-Edition for advanced users.

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Best Smart TV OS: Android TV vs Firefox TV vs Tizen vs WebOS

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Before purchasing a new Smart TV, make sure that its operating system suits your everyday needs. To help you choose wisely, here’s our handy guide to what each one looks like, and what features it packs.

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Remix OS Beta Brings Android to the Desktop with 32-Bit Support

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The Android-x86-based Remix OS has just entered Beta, and a new version of this new Linux distribution has been made available.

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Android-x86-Powered Remix OS Now In Beta

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Last month was word of Android-x86 joining the company behind Remix OS, an Android-based OS designed for PCs and laptops. Out now is the Remix OS Beta that's leveraging the Android-x86 project.

The Android-x86 project site posted the brief message, "Remix OS for PC - Beta version built on Android-x86 project is available for download." This beta version of Remix OS is available for free download from Jide.com, the company behind Remix OS.

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8 IoT Operating Systems Powering The Future

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Unlike with PCs, tablets, and smartphones, there likely won't be a short list of operating systems that dominate the entire IoT market. Instead, we're going to have to deal with dozens of popular choices that have specific pros and cons. This list of eight operating systems shows the wide variety of choices and where they are likely to be used.

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ReactOS – Fake Or Potential Windows Alternative? Review And Extended Test Drive Of Latest Release

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After 10 years of development was released the new major release of ReactOS, this event was highlighted in the most biggest tech resources. But I’m not interested in just talk about release notes from “crazy Russian developers”, more interested is technical opportunities and possibilities.
Which architecture use React OS now, which hardware are supported, why users and developers might find it interesting, the degree of compatibility with Microsoft Windows? Is there a Windows-based copy with Unix-style? For these and other questions you can find the answers in this article (or ask new questions in comments).

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