A word that seems complicated therefore tricks your girlfriend into thinking that your doing something very important without upsetting her. (you must install LINUX on your computer for this to work she will then think that this word has something to do with it)
Girlfriend speaking:”Oh come here you, big sexy Winnie the pooh beast, I wanna give a nice big BJ…”
You answer: “Oh sweety, I’d love to but not now I’m LINUXING” miraculously she will go away not being upset.
Original Link: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=linuxing
With the launch of Ubuntu “Saucy Salamander” 13.10 tomorrow, this is probably the beginning of a new era of Desktop-Mobile convergence.
Thursday sees the release of Ubuntu “Saucy Salamander” 13.10, the first version of the Linux distribution to explicitly support smartphones and tablets, as well as desktop PCs and servers. There aren’t any Ubuntu mobile devices on sale yet – London-based sponsor company Canonical hopes these will arrive in 2014 – but there’s a long list of Android(s goog) devices that can be flashed to use it.
However, while this is the first really touch-friendly version of Ubuntu, it’s incomplete in its mobile incarnation. For a start, there are hardly any smartphone or tablet apps for it yet, as is to be expected at this early stage. But there’s a far greater omission: Ubuntu Touch’s ability to run as full-blown desktop Ubuntu when hooked up to an HDMI monitor and Bluetooth keyboard.
Little Mir made
This is because Ubuntu’s new mobile-friendly display server, Mir, is not quite ready yet…
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Open Source, Free, Community-Supported Security Solution
Endian Firewall Community (EFW) is a “turn-key” Linux security distribution that turns every system into a full featured security appliance with Unified Threat Management (UTM) functionality. The software has been designed with “usability in mind” and is very easy to install, use and manage, without losing its flexibility.
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Red Hat released upgrade to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 with the release of RHEL 5.10
The latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux version is RHEL 6.4