CentOS 6.1 has been released

On 9th Dec,2011, the team of the Community Enterprise Operating System [CentOS] team announced the availability of CentOS 6.1 in both architecture 32-bit[i386] and 64-bit[x86_64]. The CentOS is originally based on Fedora and available with many packages in their repositories. It is totally based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux so if you are in search of enterprise operating system then the CentOS is the best choice. Read More

Linux System and Network Administration Bootcamp W/Free Laptop!

LinuxCertified,Inc. a leading provider of Linux training, will offer Linux system administration bootcamp on December 17 - 18, 2011 near San Francisco (South Bay). This workshop is designed for busy information technology professionals and is designed to cover the most important Linux administration areas. All attendees get a free Linux laptop. Read More

CentOS 6.1 Is Now Available for Download

The new CentOS 6.1 operating system is based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 distribution, and it brings all the features that are present in the RHEL distro, with which is 100% binary compatible.

CentOS 6.1 contains various yum changes and enhancements and was completely rebuilt using a brand-new build system and library checks, in order to confirm RHEL binary compatibility. Read More

Hewlett-Packard Plans to Turn WebOS Into Open-Source Project

Hewlett-Packard Co. will turn its WebOS software into an open-source project, aiming to get outside developers to embrace the struggling operating system it acquired in last year’s $1.2 billion purchase of Palm Inc.

WebOS will be offered under an open-source license, meaning developers and hardware manufacturers can tinker with it and bring their own versions to market, the Palo Alto, California- based company said today in a statement. Hewlett-Packard said it will remain active in developing and supporting WebOS. Read More

5 System Monitoring Tools for Ubuntu

Whether you’re resource-conscious, investigating a system slowdown, or, like me, plain nosey, Ubuntu makes it easy to keep an eye on CPU, RAM and other hardware information.
Below are five different ways to monitor system resource usage in Ubuntu – from indicator-applets to included applications… Read More

Top Free Android Email Tools

Email is arguably one of the most popular and useful functions used on Android smartphones and tablets. Being able to keep in touch with your friends, family, and colleagues on the move is essential for any platform, not least for a mobile platform. Fortunately, the developers of Android did not neglect the email department, with most Android devices coming shipped with a couple of mail clients. Read More

Linux Kernel 3.1 Released, Adds Support for NFC Chips

Yes! After ten release candidates, Linus Torvalds marked a few minutes ago (October 24th) the Linux kernel 3.1 sources as final/stable and ready for immediate download.

Among the new features included in Linux kernel 3.1 we can mention OpenRISC opensource CPU support, various slab allocator improvements, writeback throttling improvements, new iSCSI implementation, Near-Field Communication chips support and Wii Controller support.

Linux kernel 3.1 provides better power management via the new cpupowerutils userspace utility, the EXT3 filesystem gets the filesystem barriers enabled by default, and lots of drivers were added and updated. Read More

Linux Fundamentals course w/Linux laptop

This two-day introduction to Linux broadens attendees horizons with a detailed overview of the operating system. Attendees learn how to effectively use a Linux system as a valuable tool. They get familiar with the architecture and various components of the operating system, learn both graphical and command line tools, and learn to do basic networking. This class is scheduled for November 3rd - 4th, 2011. Read More

Ubuntu 11.10 Officially Released

Ladies and gentlemen, dear Ubuntu geeks, it is our greatest pleasure to announce today, October 13th, that the final release of Ubuntu 11.10 is here, available on mirrors worldwide (see the download links at the end of the article).

Dubbed Oneiric Ocelot, the new Ubuntu 11.10 operating system is the 15th release of the Ubuntu OS and it will be supported for 18 months on both desktops and servers. Read More

Ubuntu 11.10 Will Be Released Tomorrow

The title says it all! Canonical will unleash the highly anticipated Ubuntu 11.10 operating system somewhere around 10:00 AM GTM tomorrow, October 13th.

With this blog article we just wanted to inform our readers about some of the new features implemented by Canonical in the new Ubuntu release.

Ubuntu 11.10 will still feature the Unity interface, but on top of the new GNOME 3.2 desktop environment. An amazing new login screen, a totally new Package Manager and bleeding edge apps, like Mozilla Firefox 7.0.1 and Thunderbird 7.0.1 or LibreOffice 3.4.3, will also be part of this release. Read More