Présentation du système Linux The history of Linux began in 1991 with the onset of the personal project of a Finnish student, Linus Torvalds, who created the nucleus of a new operating system. Before talking about Linux it would be good to talk a little about the history of the Unix kernel that has been designed and implemented in the years 1960 at the Bell Laboratories under the leadership of Ken Thomson and a small group of researchers from these laboratories to then be released in 1969 for internal use in our labs. The development of the C language by Dennis Ritchie allowed writing a version ofUnix in this high-level language and therefore portable a priori on any type of machine that has a compiler for this language.
AV Linux Overview: AV Linux is NOT a Linux Distribution in the ‘proper’ sense… It is a freely shared 32 and 64bit downloadable and installable ISO Image created from a carefully pre-configured snapshot of the Debian GNU/Linux “Testing” Distribution. This ISO image is provided to facilitate and initiate the use of Linux as an Audio/Video/Graphics content creation platform. AV Linux is essentially a collected showcase of the phenomenal work of Open-Source developers from all over the planet and celebrates and presents their work organized in an easy-to-use fashion. In addition to a hardware-friendly efficient XFCE4 Desktop a low-latency Audio environment is provided with a custom ‘RT’ kernel and JACK Audio Connection Kit. March of the Penguin: Ars looks back at 20 years of Linux The Linux kernel was originally created by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish computer science student, and first announced to the world on August 25, 1991—exactly 20 years ago today. At the time, Torvalds described his work as a "hobby" and contended that it would not be "big and professional" like the GNU project. But the Linux kernel turned out to be one of the most significant pieces of open source software ever developed. Over the past two decades, it has grown from a humble hobby project into a global phenomenon that runs on everything from low-cost e-book readers to a majority of the world's supercomputers.
Linux Mint 17.1 “Rebecca” Cinnamon released! Written by Clem on Saturday, November 29th, 2014 @ 12:21 pm | Main Topics The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 17.1 “Rebecca” Cinnamon. Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca Cinnamon Edition Linux Mint 17.1 is a long term support release which will be supported until 2019. It comes with updated software and brings refinements and many new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use. New features at a glance: Super OS Super OS 11.10: same aesthetics as Ubuntu Super OS (formerly: Super Ubuntu) is a version of Ubuntu 11.10 with added software and tools, with the goal of making it more usable, in particular for users without an internet connection. Features: Screenshots Super OS 11.10 Super OS with the default interface, Unity 3D App Runner, run any program/binary/script with 2 clicks
Thinstation Thinstation is a basic and small, yet very powerful, Open Source thin client operating system supporting all major connectivity protocols: Citrix ICA, NoMachine NX, 2X ThinClient, Microsoft Windows terminal services (RDP, via RDesktop), VMWare Horizon View, Cendio ThinLinc, Tarantella, X, telnet, tn5250, VMS terminal and SSH (No special configuration of the application servers is needed to use Thinstation). Thinstation is mainly intended for schoolroom, office, company or department use, but can be used at home (eg. for a silent PC in the bedroom that 'runs' XP on your workstation in the back room). While Thinstation is based on Linux, users may actually never see Linux at all. If you decide to connect directly to a Microsoft Windows, Citrix or Unix server, the user will feel that they are running directly on the server. But, you can also have a local Desktop interface (with a local Browser & other tools). Thinstation runs on ordinary PC hardware (32/64 bit i686 class).
ListOfOpenSourcePrograms List Of Open-source Programs (LOOP) for Microsoft Windows Operating Systems What is the LOOP list? This is a list of the best open-source applications that run on Windows. Feel free to edit this list and add any programs that meet the criteria below. The purpose of this list is to demonstrate the quality of open-source applications and advocate the open source software development model.
Linux Mint 17.1 “Rebecca” MATE released! Written by Clem on Saturday, November 29th, 2014 @ 12:21 pm | Main Topics The team is proud to announce the release of Linux Mint 17.1 “Rebecca” MATE. Linux Mint 17.1 Rebecca MATE Edition GParted GParted Live is a small bootable GNU/Linux distribution for x86 based computers. It enables you to use all the features of the latest versions of the GParted application. GParted Live can be installed on CD, USB, PXE server, and Hard Disk then run on an x86 machine.
100+ awesome free and open source applications - Software - Seopher.com Posted on Tuesday 27th of September 2011 at 13:05 in SoftwareIt has always amazed me quite how many incredible, varied and useful applications are available for free on the Internet. Be it free, open source, web-based or merely passive trials - the number of top quality items on offer is huge. The purpose of this list is to help people realise that the free and open source software communities are expansive and generous. In these tense economic times, raising awareness of such projects is something I'm more than happy to do. If you feel that I've missed something good off the list, please leave a comment at the bottom - I read absolutely every one.