It’s that time again. The latest issue of Full Circle, the community magazine for Ubuntu fans, was released over the weekend.
Students at SA’s largest correspondence university will be required to register for a Microsft-backed email address in order to receive correspondence from the university. In the second phase of the project students will be encouraged to use a range of Microsoft Live services in their interactions with the university.
It may be nearing the end of the year but new releases show no signs of slowing down. The big release this past week was Fedora 10, six months after the release of Fedora 9. The latest release has already garnered a good selection of positive reviews and Red Hat’s chief Jim Whitehurst took the time to pen a congratulatory note to the Fedora team, announcing that he’d already installed a copy himself. More »
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Better networking and a completely new graphical boot process top the list of compelling new features in Fedora 10, released today.
Need to get Linux running on your laptop? TuxMobile.org now has more than 8 000 installation guides for Linux on laptops and notebooks.
Mozilla announces the billionth add-on downloaded. Which is good news for Firefox as it readies for the coming mobile browser battle.
Less than a month after the release of Ubuntu Intrepid, the first alpha release of Jaunty Jackalope is now out.
The end of the week and time to catch up. If you missed out then these are the the most popular stories published on Tectonic over the past week:
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