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Update to KDE Plasma 5.8.5 LTS in Linux Mint 18 KDE
KDE Plasma 5.8, is the release of a desktop environment with long term support, updates will be a minimum of 18 months. Plasma 5.8 built using the platform of KDE Frameworks 5 and Qt 5 with the use
Find yourself on the world map Linux
As you know, Linux users have a lot of free time that needs something to do. One enthusiast spent a week of his life to draw a map of the Linux world.
Linux Mint 18 - review, what's new?
Linux Mint 18, this is the second release with long term support, which is based on a batch basis Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Since Linux Mint 17, the distribution moved to the new scheme of formation of
Today Google informed me that my site demoted in the search results.
New design of our web site
So, I changed the design of the site, it seems to me that the new design You will like more.
Alfred - turn your old phone into a security camera
Alfred - service, which allows you to connect two smartphones based on Android so that one of them will act as a surveillance camera installed where needed to the owner, and the second in the role of
Virus writers have started to love Linux
Specialists in computer security firm Incapsula found a large botnet consisting of 40 thousand devices running Linux. The investigation revealed that these devices are home and office Wi-Fi routers.
Went on sale Meizu MX4 with Ubuntu Touch
Yesterday, the smartphone Meizu MX4 with Ubuntu Touch finally went on sale in China. In terms of technical characteristics and appearance of the apparatus is identical to the original MX4 running
Why do I need an antivirus for Linux?
Do you ever question whether you need antivirus for Linux? Many a lance was broken in the endless debates, and now, the answer seems obvious — of course, you need! But only if you need to look
Jellyfish - Trojan for Linux which earn bitcoins
Virus-writers have demonstrated the concept of a new rootkit called Jellyfish. The main innovative feature of this malware is its ability to use graphics processor (GPU) and live in the memory of the
USBkill - Self-destructing operating system
Riot police planted the door, beating a citizen with a boot in the face and takes away the computer. This is a sample script of detention of dangerous cyber criminals. In this algorithm, the most
Microsoft continues to pour dirt on Linux
One dubious firm called GFI Software has published an article under the high-sounding title "Most vulnerable operating systems and applications in 2014". The first and second place is given to the