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Why I love Linux ? even if I no longer use it
Thinking about this, I remembered how much I loved (and still love) Linux. And I had to reminisce. I remember being a pimply high school kid circa 2002 and configuring Gentoo Linux by hand ? kernel and all ? onto my little beige eMachines computer, ...
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Desktop Linux is finally getting Netflix support
While Linux now underpins a great deal in the tech world ? including the Roku and, most crucially, Android ? desktop Linux to this day exists in a quiet cul-de-sac where the command line is still the preferred UI. As such, users running the likes of ...
Netflix support is officially making its way to Linux, finallyEngadget
Netflix Is Finally Coming To Linux Without The Need For Hacky TricksTechCrunch (blog)
Seven years later, Netflix is finally headed to LinuxThe Next Web
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Linus Torvalds and others on Linux's systemd
If you're not a Linux or Unix developer, you've never heard of systemd, the new Linux-specific system and service manager. In Linux developer circles, however, nothing else ticks off many programmers more than this replacement for the Unix and Linux's ...
5 more killer features Windows 9 should steal from Linux
If the latest Windows 9 leaks are any indication, some of the operating system's coolest new features will look a lot like what Linux users already enjoy: Like the virtual desktops Linux users have had since the 90's, and a centralized notification ...
Tropico 5 PS4 delayed, Mac and Linux out now with PC cross-buy
Tropico 5 is coming to PS4 and Xbox 360 in addition to the Linux, Mac and PC versions, but while the Xbox 360 version is still on track for November, the PS4 release seems to have slipped. In the latest press release, Kalypso said the PS4 version is ...
Tropico 5 now available on Mac and Linux with cross-platform multiplayergames.on.net
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ChromeOS vs Linux: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
In this article, I'm going to look at ChromeOS as a concept to market, how it's affecting Linux adoption and whether or not it's a good/bad thing for the Linux community as a whole. Plus, I'll talk about the biggest issue of all and how no one is doing ...
Red Hat: The Face of Linux
Customers have improved the Linux OS, surpassing Unix in features. Red Hat sells service agreements related to the software, as well as it offers support and other services to ensure effective software solutions. With an open-source model throughout ...
Hack runs Android apps on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers
If you remember, about a week ago, Google gave Chrome OS the ability to run Android apps through the "App Runtime for Chrome." The release came with a lot of limitations?it only worked with certain apps and only worked on Chrome OS. But a developer ...
Run Android apps in Windows, OS X, Linux with Chrome (and a modified runtime)Liliputing
Run Android Apps On Your Chromebook (And Windows, Linux Or Mac)Lifehacker Australia
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Windows vs Linux: Which OS is best for your business?
Choosing an operating system may seem simple but can result in restrictions on what applications you can run, and if not executed properly, can result in slow running services and websites which will not load. There are two popular operating systems ...
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Top Linux Myths Dispelled
Over the years, we've heard from countless Microsoft Windows fans as to why they believe using Linux was nearly impossible. These folks would cite everything ? from poor hardware compatibility to a lack of popular software. And I suppose at one time ...