I was the guest host of the latest episode of Late Night Linux, that was just released. The topics of the episode are: Mozilla launches yet more projects, Krita had a brush with the tax man, Flash is on the way out, Debian is almost totally reproducible, Mycroft on Plasma, and Linux as a Windows and Mac replacement and more.
This shirt is to celebrate the proliferation of Linux throughout the computing world. Linux is so widely spread that it is very likely everyone uses it everyday, whether they know it or not.
I was the first ever call-in guest to be on the Ask Noah Show, of Jupiter Broadcasting and KEQQ 88.3 FM, to talk about KDE Neon, KDE Plasma and Open Source Invoicing.
I am excited to announce my brand new website!
As the producer for Linux Action Show, how will the ending of LAS affect me?
Linux is a powerful and diverse operating system, so naturally the screenshot tools for the platform are just as powerful and diverse. The wide variety of these screeenshot tools range from simple and easy-to-use to powerful command-line tools that offer the ability to script and automate the process.
Ubuntu 16.04 is the first version to include the new replacement software app, GNOME Software–and it already has a show-stopping bug. Currently, in Ubuntu 16.04, it is not possible to install third-party applications using the Software app.
Ubuntu hasn’t had the best reputation among Linux users over the past few years–with some even going so far as to call it “boring”. If you’ve been hesitant to try it out, then hold on to your seats–Ubuntu 16.04 “Xenial Xerus” is not only an exciting release, but one that has the potential to be a game changer for the Linux ecosystem.
Does this sound familiar? You start to watch a video on YouTube, and want to pause it. So you press the spacebar on your keyboard, but rather than pause the video, you randomly jump down the page instead . . .
I started releasing extension updates in 2014 due to a lot of extensions being unmaintained and seemingly break every time GNOME releases a new version of the Desktop Environment (DE). This is my third batch release post for GNOME extensions.
I recently realized that there are a lot of people still having issues with the microcode issues on Arch Linux regarding the changes to the Intel bootloader so this is just a quick tutorial that explains how to fix it. I wrote this tutorial as a reply on the Antergos Forum over a year ago so I haven't tested this solution in over a year but after looking over it again I don't see any reason why it wouldn't work. Anyway, here is how to fix this issue.