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Kubuntu 14.04 LTS

My first experience with Linux was with Ubuntu 7.04 aka Feisty Fawn. Since then I have used OpenSUSE, Linux Mint, and most recently, … 64 more words

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A shiny new release fresh out of the oven

The Kubuntu and KDE team has been hard at work for the last 6 months, which has culminated into a rocking Kubuntu 14.04 release which introduces a whole bunch of new features, the most important of which are : 264 more words

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KDE Applications 4.13 delivering new features and fixes

The KDE Community is proud to announce the latest major updates to the KDE Applications delivering new features and fixes.

http://vizzick.co.uk/kde-applications-4-13-delivering-new-features-and-fixes/

Open Source

Meanwhile, back at the blog . . .

First things first: I hate being a statistic (I’m truly sorry, Mr. President). But as of a few Fridays ago, I have become a minuscule uptick — or at least, in a very infinitesimally small way, preventing a downturn — in the U.S. 497 more words

Fedora

Meanwhile, back at the blog . . .

First things first: I hate being a statistic (I’m truly sorry, Mr. President). But as of a few Fridays ago, I have become a minuscule uptick — or at least, in a very infinitesimally small way, preventing a downturn — in the U.S. 533 more words

Fedora

Meanwhile, back at the blog . . .

First things first: I hate being a statistic (I’m truly sorry, Mr. President). But as of a few Fridays ago, I have become a minuscule uptick — or at least, in a very infinitesimally small way, preventing a downturn — in the U.S. 620 more words

Linux

openSUSE repo change

So today I wanted to update my KDE setup from the standard repo version (4.11.5) to the KDE:Current repo version. The process is incredibly simple in openSUSE, you just find the repo you wish to use, add it to your system using either zypper or YaST and then just change all system packages to use that repo via YaST or issue the… 40 more words

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