(Update, 12/7/16: I have a newer version of this guide for Xubuntu Linux 16.04.) I haven’t written one of these post-installation guides in awhile, but I’ve decided to do so … Read moreAnthony’s Xubuntu Linux 14.04 post-installation guide
It’s been 10 years since I started using Linux as an operating system for my home PCs. A decade ago, I’d grown interested in using Linux for various reasons, including: … Read more10 years with Linux, and how my usage has changed
Last week, Xubuntu 13.10 (“Saucy Salamander”) was released. The Xfce-variant of Ubuntu is mostly seeing incremental changes with this release; among the new features touted: A new version of xfce4-settings, … Read moreXubuntu 13.10 is released
Coming soon is Linux Mint 15 Xfce (“Olivia”), currently available as a Release Candidate. The popular Linux distro’s recently released version 15 of its main desktop environments (MATE and Cinnamon). … Read moreLinux Mint 15 Xfce is coming soon
Xubuntu 13.04 (“Raring Ringtail”) is being released today. Xubuntu, of course, is the Xfce-based version of Ubuntu that’s become a popular alternative to its Unity-based bigger sibling. Xfce, while not … Read moreXubuntu 13.04 released today
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas has just started, and while I obviously can’t be there, I can at least follow along all the news on various … Read moreCES 2013 tech news impressions
Continuing down the 2012 “best and worst of” list, next comes technology… Best My article on KeePassX was published in the January 2012 issue of “Linux Journal” magazine. NBC live … Read moreThe best and worst of 2012 in technology
Available as of yesterday is Ubuntu 12.10 (“Quantal Quetzel”), the newest version of Ubuntu. (For Xfce fans, Xubuntu 12.10 is also out today, and is available here). But the bigger … Read moreUbuntu 12.10 is now available, plus a move to secrecy for Canonical?