Category: "Linux"

Prototype Steam Console: SteamOS not be based on Ubuntu

Engadget has leaked some images of what will be the new Steam game console, along with some other details, including the operating system will not be based on Ubuntu, but it will be another edition of the same Linux made ​​by Valve. The prototypes of the Steam console will be shown at the upcoming CES, […]

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MOC: A music player for Linux from the command line

Although there are all sorts of Linux distro that can be performed with relatively little memory in the computer, still there are cases where the command line will be very useful to save resources. One of the things we usually do is listen to music while working, although rather than from a program like VLC, […]

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Antivirus Live CD: Linux to the rescue to clean computer from viruses

In addition to traditional antivirus for Windows, there are other ways to completely clean your computer from viruses and malware. And in many cases not enough to boot your system in Protected Mode and pass program after program of disinfection, but we have to resort to certain distributions of Linux that can do the job […]

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VirtualBoxes: Download Linux VMs, Open Solaris and FreeBSD for VirtualBox

Not everything is Windows or Mac OS X that glitters. We also have many options for using an open source OS that you can install on your computer. While we follow the path of the LiveCD, LiveUSB or install it on a permanent basis in our disk, either replacing Windows or in addition to Windows, […]

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Linux for Workgroups: The tribute to Linus Torvalds to Windows 3.11

It is not a joke, but a “small tribute” done by the creator of Linux to honor in some way to one of its competitors in its time. Windows 3.11 for Workgroups was released on August 11, 1993 (will be 20 years old), as an update to Windows 3.1. It definitely left behind DOS commands […]

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TeamViewer 8 reaches for Linux

Although TeamViewer 8 for Linux is not hundred percent Linux application (with Wine is to be executed), the development team has unearthed this latest version of the popular program for remote control, desktop sharing, file transfer and online meetings, among other features. Fixed some problems that had emerged in the beta and at least Ubuntu […]

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The myth of Linux and 1%

Every time you mention some percentage that refers to the use of all major operating systems, you will have seen that Linux is no more than 1%, sometimes even less. Have you ever wondered why Linux always appears with a percentage that would lead us to think that does not use or family of Linus […]

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Trinity Rescue Kit: Linux antivirus for Windows

Sometimes when a Windows computer has been attacked by one or more viruses, it may be impossible to delete them from Windows; it has reached the point where the computer does not start. But the solution to these extreme cases comes from the Linux side, with relief distributions created to eliminate viruses. We refer to […]

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Linux Mint launches version 14 RC “Nadia”

Linux Mint has become a leading force in the Linux world, Ubuntu can not even bend. Based on Ubuntu 12.10, Linux Mint 14 “Nadia” has appeared for download, in its latest Release Candidate version named Nadia, with the desktops Cinnamon or MATE. While the desktop Cinnamon happened to version 1.6 of Gnome, MATE premieres his […]

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The Linux Foundation is trying to ensure the installation of Linux on Windows 8

Both the Linux Foundation and responsible for some Linux distros, work to avoid the blocking of the UEFI of Windows 8 and in obtaining digital keys from Microsoft. A few months ago, it was announced that Windows 8 would use a protection system that would recognize all the operating system that it wasn’t Windows 8, […]

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