Linux kernel 3.9 released!

Meeting development deadlines and at incredible speed, Kernel 3.9 has been released! Features: Experimental support ...

Thanks Intel

    I will start by clarifying that this is only a personal opinion and that it may be more or less divisible. Everyone…

First post of the year

You can see that my article on the CUTI was placed at the right time because there were no new posts afterwards….

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Simplifying commands.

 How many of us are bothered writing commands as long as "sudo apt-get install" or "sudo apt-get update"? TO…

The new Google+ communities

Mondosonoro says: This very night G +, Google's social network, launched a feature, a series of thematic Communities dedicated to sharing ...

What is a tablet for?

Fashion takes us and brings us and in technology it was not going to be less. First were the Netbooks, ...

SLAX 7 RC1 Available

  Slax, the mythical portable distro based on Slackware, is available for download, Release Candidate 1, which has ...

Does Apache OpenOffice Future?

A few days ago the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) announced that Apache openOffice would be from now on a Top-level Project ...

Canonical winks at tablets.

Apparently the guys at Canonical want to cover more market than they are generally looking forward to. Now we see ...

Dreamlinux is discontinued

Sad news comes to me from Unixmen: Dreamlinux has been discontinued. The reasons? They are unknown for now….

openSUSE 12.2 now available !!!!

Dear users, developers and Geekos around the world - openSUSE 12.2 is ready! Two additional months of stabilization have given ...

Diaspora * becomes communal

Two years ago, some students from New York University thought of setting up an alternative social network to Facebook, ...

Google lashes out at Apple

  Some time ago the acquisition of Motorola by Google was news and many speculated that the "giant of ...

Chakra drops support for i686

Chakra, one of the best pro-KDE distributions, abandons the support for i686 processors (32 Bits), to focus all its efforts ...

LibreOffice 3.6 released

Not long ago LibreOffice version 3.6 was released. LibreOffice is the multiplatform office suite par excellence that comes ...

Damn Small Linux is back

Through DistroWatch I just found out that the Damn Small Linux mini-distro is back, for lovers of minimalism….

Expo-OS event

The OS UPIITA Community, supported by the Interdisciplinary Professional Unit in Engineering and Advanced Technologies of the National Polytechnic Institute, promotes ...

The Two Sides of GNOME

The Pessimistic Side The following is a translation of the blog article "Staring at the abyss" (Looking towards the abyss) ...

AdminFest 2012

A few hours ago @PasaLaGuardia through Twitter (obviously) contacted us and reported an event that will take place in Buenos ...

Oracle messes with CentOS

Although the name Oracle sounds like an enemy of free software, there is indeed a distribution called Oracle Linux. Is…

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We exceeded one million visits!

I no longer remember how long ago I became a member of the staff at DesdeLinux, I do remember that I came to the page looking for ...

Linux for Dummies.

Linux for Doomies is a presentation that I am working on for a project that we boys carry out in my city ...

Owncloud on Debian Sid

We already have OwnCloud-related packages available in Debian Sid, something I noticed when I updated the…

Available Linux Mint 13 OEM

The Linux Mint 13 OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) release has been announced with Cinnamon and Mate as ...

Mageia 2 has been released

With some discretion and in keeping with the release date, Mageia 2, fork of Mandriva, has been released. This new ...

Mandriva SA evolves

During these last days, there has been much speculation about the decisions made by the Mandriva SA board of directors, ...

Overclocking

When we open a computer, on the board we find a fan on it. Beneath that fan is the ...

FLISoL main poster in Havana

FLISoL 2012 in Cuba

Hello, These days we have been really busy here… it happens that elav and I are among those who organize FLISoL…

Optimizing LMDE

Linux Mint Servers Issues

In the Linux Mint Blog they have been updating the current status of their servers, after a problem occurred ...

How is LINUX built?

Today I wanted to share with you a video produced by The Linux Foundation that explains how Linux is built, something ...

Stop the Mexican SOUP!

For all those who do not know about the subject, in my country the proposal to impose the law is being developed ...

Trisquel 5.5 at Libre Planet

Hi guys, just in the last edition of Libre Planet, Rubén Rodriguez (quidam), the main developer of Trisquel GNU / Linux, was…

Unity on openSUSE? No

Last night, being almost at bedtime, I remembered an entry that I had read months ago ...

Free metal

Our Free Metal

I want to introduce you to a site that I know many of you will be as fascinated by as me….

See FromLinux in 3D

Yes, it would be great to be able to browse the Blog using 3D technology, but the objective of my article is none other ...

Happy Women's Day

In Desdelinux we do not want to miss this day, which is dedicated to the most beautiful living being that ...

Delete your Google history

Some time ago I spoke of the supposed respect for privacy of Google towards its users. To make matters worse today is the ...

Ask Libreoffice available

The Document Foundation has made available a whole site for questions about LibreOffice as Debian has it, ...

Pardus could go broke

On the Pardus developers mailing list one of the developers, Semen Cirit, has released this news ...

Vulnerability in Samba

  Samba could allow an attacker to cause a denial of service. A vulnerability has been announced in Samba that ...

Tablet with KDE for 200 euros

This would not be the first time that I have talked about a computer (or similar) that has KDE pre-installed. Once in…

Megaupload closed

Megaupload closed Federal agents of the state of Virginia forced to close the site, which is no longer available in the ...