DeskTOPia: xdesktopwaves Making waves with xdesktopwavesJun 30, 2005
If even the most imaginative desktop background is starting to bore you, it’s time for a change. xdesktop waves allows you to change your desktop into a water scape. You can add rain and storms or just drag your mouse to liven things up.more »
DeskTOPia: Apwal Applications on demand with Apwal program launcherMay 31, 2005
Launching a program by clicking
with your mouse can have a few
disadvantages. Users lose their
way in nested menu structures,
and desktop icons can become
hidden behind windows. The
Apwal program launcher makes it
easy to launch with a click.more »
Gnome Fonts Managing Gnome FontsMay 31, 2005
Linux’s text display still suffers from legacy issues, but it is well on the way to
recovering. This article explains how Fontconfig, X, and Gnome work together for
a brighter future.more »
KTools: Fonts in KDE Installing Fonts on KDEMay 31, 2005
A well chosen font is the perfect addition to your
Linux experience. KDE provides a number of tools
that help you cook up a really tasty alphabet soup
with very little effort.more »
Gnome 2.10 What’s new in Gnome 2.10May 31, 2005
The new Gnome desktop adds a variety of applications and applets. Under the hood, Gnome 2.10 is more robust.more »
DeskTOPia: WMI WMI and the reincarnation of the keyboardApr 30, 2005
WMI is a lean and fast window manager with good
support for keyboard control.more »
Ktools: Basket Storing, sorting, and filing with KDE’s BasketApr 30, 2005
If you tend to collect information and then forget where you put it, a
KDE tool called Basket may be just what you need. Basket is a
handy container for documents, notes, images, sounds, graphs,
spreadsheets, and other files you may want to find later.more »
KoolDock & KXDocker Working with KoolDock and KXDockerApr 30, 2005
If the KDE Kicker is not graphical, or spectacular enough for your taste,
you can dress up KDE with KoolDock or KXDocker.more »
A major setback for the Linux desktop.
Improved support for GPU in virtualization.
News site for the openSUSE community falls victim to a Wordpress exploit.
The source code is available online.
One out of three virtual machines on Microsoft Azure Cloud run Linux.
The form factor of the board makes it a drop-in replacement for Raspberry Pi.
Makes it easier for customers to move workloads into container-centric applications.
SUSE’s answer to container-centric operating systems.
Linux 4.9 is the biggest release in terms of number of commits.
The latest version of the official RHEL clone is here.