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Ronnie Tucker: KaOS 2015.10 KDE-focused Linux distro available now
There are quite a few KDE-based Linux distros, such as Kubuntu, Linux Mint KDE, and Netrunner, but the lesser known KaOS offers a more pure experience. This distro has a goal of remaining lean, while being fairly bleeding edge regarding KDE packages — it is a great showcase for the desktop environment. Today, version 2015.10 sees release, and you can download it now. “This ISO is the first time that the default XFS filesystem is CRC and finobt enabled. CRCs enable enhanced error detection due to hardware issues, whilst the format changes also improves crash recovery algorithms and the ability of various tools to validate and repair metadata corruptions when they are found. The free inode btree does not index used inodes, allowing faster, more consistent inode allocation performance as filesystems age”, says The KaOS Team. Source: http://betanews.com/2015/10/02/kaos-2015-10-linux/ Submitted by: Arnfried Walbrecht
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Life is too short to spend time with people who suck the happiness out of you. So, KDE makes me happier than Windows. Oct 9 2015 via openDesktop.org  by Andy2015 

  
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Ubuntu App Developer Blog: UI Toolkit for OTA9

Hello folks, it’s been a while since the last update came from our busy toolkit ants. As OTA9 came out recently, it is the time for a refreshment from our side to show you the latest and greatest cocktail of features our barmen have prepared. Beside the bugfixes we’ve provided, here is a list of the big changes we’ve introduced in OTA9. Enjoy! PageHeader One of the most awaited components is the PageHeader. This now makes it possible to have a detached header component which then can b...
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Jono Bacon: The Hybrid Desktop

OK, folks, I want to share a random idea that cropped up after a long conversation with Langridge a few weeks back. This is merely food for thought and designed to trigger some discussion. Today my computing experience is comprised of Ubuntu and Mac OS X. On Ubuntu I am still playing with GNOME Shell and on Mac I am using the standard desktop experience. I like both. Both have benefits and disad...
Feb 1 2016 via RSS  

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Jonathan Riddell: FOSDEM Photos

KDE people getting to know our Gnome friends. The Gnome chap gave me a bit hug just after so it must have gone well whatever they were talking about. Ruphy on WikiToLearn one of the more stylish sp...
Jan 31 2016 via RSS  

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Elizabeth K. Joseph: Ubuntu at SCALE14x

I spent a long weekend in Pasadena from January 21-24th to participate in the 14th Annual Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE14x). As I mentioned previously, a major part of my attendance was focuse...
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Jonathan Riddell: KDE neon Website Now Live

KDE  neon website is now live. Serving the freshest packages of KDE software.  Developers’ archive with packages built from KDE Git available now, stable archive with packages built from released ...
Jan 30 2016 via RSS  

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Lubuntu Blog: Xenial Xerus alpha 2

The second alpha of the Xenial Xerus (to become 16.04) has now been released! As usual, you are asked to read the release notes so that you are aware of issues and thus save you time filing them agai...
Jan 29 2016 via RSS  

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Lubuntu Blog

The second alpha of the Xenial Xerus (to become 16.04) has now been released! As usual, you are asked to read the release notes so that you are aware of issues and thus save you time filing them agai...
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Lubuntu Blog: Lubuntu Xenial Xerus with LXQt— on PowerPC!

We reported how to run upcoming Lubuntu desktop LXQt in Xenial Xerus on a Raspberry Pi 2 and now, thanks to tester Herminio Hernandez, Jr. (and his iBook G4), we can confirm that it works on PowerPC...
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Jonathan Riddell: KDE neon Launches at FOSDEM this Weekend

KDE neon launches this weekend at FOSDEM. The launch party is on Saturday in La Paon, Grand Place, still time to sign up if you want to come. My talk is on Sunday in the desktop devroom at 12:45CET. ...
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