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Kernel 3.12 released

Follow @LinuxUserMag After a fair few release candidates, as is usual, the next version of the Linux Kernel is here. While not specifically adding any new amazing features, the kernel update has added better support for AMD Radeon drivers, AMD APUs and some Nvidia systems. Surprisingly, Linus Torvalds is also now thinking about switching to Linux Kernel 4.0 – although ... Read More »

Ubuntu’s Saucy Salamander is a Slick but Spiritless Upgrade

Ubuntu’s latest desktop OS release, Ubuntu 13.10, is more of a plain-Jane release than its “Saucy Salamander” nickname might otherwise suggest. This release comes six months after the Raring Ringtail version, which was also a bit of a yawner in terms of offering any must-have-the-upgrade enthusiasm. Like the last release, Ubuntu 13.10 also does not deliver much “wow.” It is ... Read More »

Linux Kernel 3.10.18 LTS Released with Multiple Driver Updates

The latest version of the stable Linux kernel 3.10.18 LTS has been announced by Greg Kroah-Hartman, marking another update for this very popular branch. This build of the Linux kernel has been deemed an LTS (long term support), which means that it’s going to get a lot more updates. This latest iteration has received a lot of drivers and various ... Read More »

jAlbum Suite Now Features Improved Video Editing

jAlbum, a tool that can be used to create online photo albums and which has built-in support for organizing and editing images and videos, is now at version 11.6. jAlbum, a piece of software that can be used by photographers, various organizations, or casual users, has just received new fixes and features. Highlights of jAlbum 11.6: • The video editing ... Read More »