Tag Archives: Distro
A quick overview of the latest CentOS release. The most popular linux webserver OS. Stable as anything. Video Rating: 4 / 5
It used to be the case that no linux newbie dare conquer making their own distro. Only those with enough experience, and those considered “gurus” that were able to handle such a task. Nowadays that perception has shifted. The amount of linux distros out there is growing exponentially, and many Read On..
The Linux command line prompt appears one way for a regular user and a different way for the root user, and these prompt appearances may also be different from one Linux distro to another. So, here’s a summary of how the prompt looks for several of the “Major” Linux distributions. Read On..
Isn’t it great that the open source world gives you a lot of choices? When it comes to Linux distributions, shortly known as distros, there are hundreds of them. Once you have selected a distro, you are up against a decision regarding the desktop. You need to know enough about Read On..
A fairly comprehensive review of Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot. ===What do you think of Ubuntu’s efforts? Is it something you would use? Let me know down below===== After a rough development cycle, Ubuntu 11.10 has matured into a polished operating system that easier, faster, and more user-friendly than ever. Background Read On..
==My Blog: infinitelygalactic.blogspot.com My Twitter @ingalactic== A review of the permanently beta-bound Pinguy OS 11.10 using a customized Gnome Shell user experience. Overall, a fully loaded distribution, ready to handle anything with huge amounts of pre-installed software and tweaks for everyday users. Info and Download links here: blog.pinguyos.com Let me Read On..
Review of Linux Mint Debian Edition LMDE downloaded September 2011. Its a rolling release distro, meaning the system you install will constantly be updated and you’ll keep with a modern OS without ever needing to reinstall. LMDE comes based on Gnome3 with a classic styled desktop that matches nicely with Read On..
on.fb.me Many of you have been wondering where my Linux videos have gone, and I don’t blame you. So to kick off my new Q&A segment, here are two of my most frequently asked questions: What is my favorite Linux distribution, and what resources would I recommend for someone new Read On..
First off, I realize that I just barely scratched the surface with this review. I thought about going through the install procedure, but I have no interest in editing hours of video down to just a few minutes. I wanted to show that Gentoo has a very decent community behind Read On..