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Saturday PING touch and, gentlemen (and ladies!), comes loaded the agenda. This time we have a little of everything : news, downloads, cheats, video games, bullshit … and some other surprises. Enjoy it.
. Right. Just a day after announcing the first RC of Schrödinger’s Cat, became the second and last. Which means we’ll start the week with a shot put.
A look at the new MintBox . So what is this? It is obvious, right? With that name can imaginároslo, but we’ll discuss it in more detail later. Meanwhile, on the blog of Linux Mint have the data.
free drivers for Radeon
. This article published on Phoronix recordabais us in the comments a couple of days ago, and that users of these graphs with the free will have a joy when you get Linux 3.11, spatially battery saving level.
Nitrux OS Icons for KDE
. New version of these icons with a clear influence of Faenza. If you like to try in your KDE on deviantART find the download. Ouya
end with the launch
. Oddly enough, more with the criticism, laa Android based console is being a success, as have our fellow MuyComputer.
The blog of Cornelius (Cornelius Schumacher, current leader of the KDE project) mascot speak of KDE, including some links curious about more famous dragon free software.
Ubuntu accounts are simplified . From now on, Ubunu One Account will be the key the user to access their cloud. I explain I Love Ubuntu. Avira
abandons their products for Linux . As they say in The Security, the German firm security solutions are not in Linux market.
Now, as the dealer is left with the best part, they say, I recommend three of my articles this week that I think you might be interested for different reasons. Their titles describe them perfectly:
Google Reader. Hello, Feedly
Ghostery, alternative and online tracking
Opera and Chrome can use the same extensions
ended as usual with weekly promotion from Humble Bundle, which this time has three titles to his credit, but only two are available for Linux, Shank 1 and 2 . I leave you with the video of the first:
I said we finished yet? Yet. Today I booked a microkernel hollow , ‘a live webshow that is just starting out and dealing with the topic of open source software, Open Source, Linux and that sort of things, in a way it could be said that atypical, but many openly or mince words. ” So I introduced this initiative Javier Marín, program host, who along with several guests assembled a good debate every Saturday via Hangout which you can follow live on your Google+ page or YouTube channel as participate with your comments if you fancy.
program this week is nothing less than a “GNOME vs KDE”, so I can imagine it will be warm, but I’ve taken a look at other videos they post to post, and take everything with enough humor. Opening hours to see it live? Today Saturday at 19:30 UTC (a couple of hours to Spain).
Good weekend to everyone s