- A Car Which Runs On Raspberry Pi And Linux
- Linux-Based Acer Aspire S3 Ultrabook Coming Soon?
- Taking stuff apart
- Underwater vehicle with a Pi brain
- ARM: Vendors Want a Single Chip Design, Single OS
- Long-Term Review: Chakra 2013.02 "Benz"
- Ubuntu File Sharing
- Sabayon: What’s cookin’ on the BBQ
- Fedora Board: Fedora Userbase Discussion
- Emmabuntus 12.04.2-1.04 Review: spiced up
- Online Results in Ubuntu's Dash
- SolusOS And Transparency
- Why I’m not an Ubuntu Member
- Interview with System76 Founder/CEO, Carl Richell
- DistroRank Weekly rankings posted - 4/11/13
- Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2013
h-online.com: From now on the help text for shown during configuration will indicate if a kernel feature is experimental. Linux now has the ability to "suspend freeze" and can throttle Intel CPUs with power napping. The KVM hypervisor now supports ARM cores.
Also: Linux kernel: Licence problems for old ARM FPU code
- I am a Libertarian Capitalist and I Support Free Software
- Linux. Be Passionate, But Not A Fanboy
- Desktop GNU/Linux: The Dream is Alive
- Distro Recipes 2013: Nice first!
- Antitrust complaint against Android is an attack on open source
dedoimedo.com: I received a lot of emails, i.e. more than one, telling me I ought to review the Snowlinux distribution. And it does sound interesting. Somewhat like Mint, a combination of Debian and Ubuntu, and other fancy stuff.
worldofgnome.org: Arch is excellent choice for enthusiasts, excellent choice for veterans but not really good for people that they just want a free box to serf on Internet. Believe it or not, Fedora 19 comes to close that gap.
Welcome to this year's 14th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! Much of the spotlight this week fell on Ubuntu and Ubuntu derivatives as Canonical released a beta for the upcoming launch of Ubuntu 13.04. We will also be taking a look at Linux Mint's Debian Edition, a popular distribution with a semi-rolling release approach to package management. How does the Debian Edition of Linux Mint compare with the project's other editions?
infoworld.com: We need bare-bones Linux distros tailored for virtual machines or at least the option for installs
- OpenMandriva Delayed, Mageia Releases Beta
- DistroRank Weekly rankings posted - 4/4/13
- Emmabuntüs 2 celebrated Software Freedom Day
- Bytemark donation boosts reliability of Debian's core infrastructure
- Moving to Arch from Ubuntu!
- Ubuntu “Raring Ringtail” hits beta, disables Windows dual-boot tool
- Three Ubuntu Linux versions will reach end of life in May
dedoimedo.com: Fuduntu is a pretty awesome distribution. Fuduntu is supposed to be ultra-optimized for laptops and netbooks, and should offer you some 40% more battery juice than its counterparts. I checked.