Category Archives: Linux

Pinguy OS 13.10 (based on Ubuntu 13.10) has been released with GNOME 3.10

Pinguy OS is a remastered Ubuntu with a lot of useful default applications – great for those who don’t like to do a lot of tweaking and want an OS that “just works”.
This is the final 13.10 release but it’s called beta because only LTS releases are considered stable.

Non-LTS Pinguy OS releases use bleeding edge software – for instance, the latest 13.10 ships with XBMC 13 alpha as well as GNOME 13.10 which isn’t included by default in Ubuntu 13.10 so it’s not considered fully stable.

What will come in Xubuntu 14.04 LTS and Lubuntu 14.04 LTS

Tech evangelists, governments and mainstream journalists alike will find themselves dispensing advice about the seriousness of not using a ‘supported’ OS. And while most of this advice will consist of “buy a new PC” or “upgrade to Windows 8″, many will utter the ‘L’ word: Linux.

Linux E-Mail App ‘Geary’ Updated With IMAP Fixes

In the first update to the popular mail client since October’s major release of version 0.4, a number of issues have been corrected. They include a problematic crash that occurred when an IMAP connection timed out.
Other fixes listed by Yorba, the non-profit organisation behind the app, include: