A wallpaper with our default logo, Tux in a bubble.
The three epic mascots of the Free Software movement, Tux, GNU and Beastie all spotlighted in one shiny wallpaper!
Who said we don’t like BSD? For all you BSD users on Nuxified, here is a wallpaper you can use, in a true Nuxified style.
The news of Con Kolivas, a Linux kernel developer, quitting that role, along with an interview in which he explains why, could and should make loud noises around the Free Software community which is often touting GNU/Linux as the best operating system one could use, and not just because of freedom you have with it. […]
Whether you consider it an advantage or a disadvantage standard configuration dialogs in GNOME tend to be a bit limited and because of that do not allow all kinds of behavior customizations that one may desire to do. It is done that way in order to maximize ease of use and user friendliness. For deeper […]
Ken Starks and Bob Moore are trying to raise money to put the GNU/Linux advertisement on one of the cars that will be participating in the biggest racing event on the planet, Indianapolis 500. The project is known as “Tux500” and is described as a “Community Powered Linux Marketing Program”. The motivation behind the project […]
The second most popular web browser in the world, Firefox, is a beautiful, but heavy machine. Its biggest attraction are tabs, flexible bookmarks and RSS management, and extensions. However for people who are still using systems with no abundance of main memory it can be a pain intensively using Firefox throughout a day or longer. […]
I have decided to try running KDE for a while again, after maybe more than a year since I’ve ran it as primary desktop last time. I was usually switching back and forth between GNOME and Xfce, prefering GTK apps over anything else. However, I am lately getting convinced that KDE is indeed superior regarding […]
Last weekend I got the newest E17 available via Ebuntu to try it out, and I can say it has made quite an improvement since the last time tried it. Some of the things I was missing are there now, like the taskbar, and other things are just easily configurable to fit my needs. I […]
Did you know that you don’t necessarily need flash to view YouTube videos? You don’t actually need to even visit YouTube to be able to watch a cool video that a friend gave you a link to. All you need is youtube-dl, a neat program written and actively maintained by Ricardo Garcia Gonzalez which allows […]