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Being a Python coder, I like to experiment with all kinds of open source tools shared on the major platform Github through which coders from the whole world develop projects by collaborating with each other. As an Instagram user, I decided to try some Python applications which can help to interact with it from the command line.
One of Linux's many advantages is its ability to install and run on old computers. What Linux can't technically do is make an old computer's hardware magically perform better. After all, the hardware is the same hardware as ever, and sometimes old hardware feels notably slow when processing modern software that tries to take advantage of new hardware features.
The major stable release of Elive 3.0 has been updated. We were so pleased with this stable release of Elive and the result has been so amazing that there's almost nothing that needed to be changed from it. It was a truly a rock solid system and we wanted to update it with a slightly updated and polished build which includes: wallpaper - dynamically changes depending of the hour of the day, looking more magical and nicer for your eyes, and it also includes a hidden surprise for Christmas; pop-ups - you won't be annoyed any more by the Hotkeys Document that appears in the desktop startup, we moved it to the launcher bar of applications; desktop - disabled the screen off timeout and the asking for the presentation mode; Flash - updated the Adobe Flash player for common browsers to the last version, tested on Chrome, Firefox and Opera; multiuser - improved the multiple user desktop switching mode compatibility.
Bodhi Linux 5.0 the latest release of Bodhi Linux has been released by Jeff Hoogland. This release ships with a latest Moksha Desktop 0.3, Powered by Linux kernel 4.15 series and Based on Canonical’s long-term supported Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver).
on TWinL31: Linux Mint 19, ElementaryOS Juno, GIMP 2.10.4, Redcore Linux, SUSE Acquired, Kdenlive's Request for Beta Testing, EU Copyright Reform, Ubuntu Studio's Audio Production Guide and much more
Today I am very pleased to share the hard work of the Bodhi Team with our latest 5.0.0 pre-release disc which we are tagging as a “Release Candidate”.
On this episode of This Week in Linux, we got some big distro releases from openSUSE, Linux Lite, CRUX and Knoppix as well as some beta releases for Linux Mint and Bodhi Linux........ and much more!
Elive Linux is developed by Samuel F. “Thanatermesis” Baggen, who has done an incredible job of creating this desktop distribution and has done so by relying on the donations of users. This donation-based distribution has frustrated some users (who have grown accustomed to getting their Linux for free).
VIDEO: TeamViewer 13 now natively for Linux, CrossOver 17 bring Microsoft Office 2016 to Linux, Distro Releases for Puppy, Peppermint, Bodhi, Uruk & more on Episode 17 of This Week in Linux
After more than a year in development, the development cycle of the Enlightenment 0.22.0 desktop environment and window manager is now over, and the final release is available to download.
Developers looking to add GUIs to their embedded devices have a variety of open source and commercial options, with Qt generally leading the list. If you’re operating in severely constrained environments, however, especially for battery powered devices like wearables, the open source Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL) should be given close consideration.
Arne Exton informs us about a new release of his Ubuntu/Debian-based ExLight 64-bit Live Linux operating system, bringing us some of the latest technologies and open-source software projects.
Using GOTO in your code is awesome and you should do it more
There. I said it. It needs to be said. Given the plethora of "GOTO is evil. Never use it" that goes around from your professors teaching you to code through to colleagues and coding guidelines, someone has to take the side of the poor maligned GOTO
This free guide explains in simple language how to get started with Bodhi Linux 4 and how to make the most of the Moksha desktop.
Here, i have listed 12 Best Desktop Environments for Linux which will help you to choose best one for you.
Hot on the heels of the Moksha 0.2.1 desktop release I am happy to announce the stable release of Bodhi 4.0.0.
We are finally nearing the end of the 4.0.0 release cycle. If all goes as planned I will publish a final set of ISO images by the end of the month flagged as stable.
A new maintenance update of the lightweight Enlightenment open-source desktop environment has been released recently for Linux kernel-based operating systems, version 0.21.2.
If you've spent much time in open source projects, you have probably seen the term "copyleft" used. While the term is quite commonly used, many people don't understand it. Software licensing is the subject of at least as much heated debate as text editors or packaging formats. An expert understanding of copyleft would fill many books, but this article can be a starting point on your road to copyleft enlightenment.
A new stable version of the Enlightenment 0.20 lightweight and modern desktop environment/window manager has arrived, Enlightenment 0.20.10, which is the last one in the series.
Bodhi Linux makers released the first alpha version of latest Bodhi Linux 4.0.0. This alpha is only available for 64-bit machines.This version is based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and it features Moksha, a beautifully modified Enlightenment Desktop Environment.
The PCLinuxOS Magazine staff is pleased to announce the release of the July 2016 issue.
GNU/Linux developer Arne Exton announced the immediate availability of a new build of his ExLight Linux Live DVD distribution.
The development team behind the Enlightenment window manager have published details about the upcoming Enlightenment Developer Days 2016 conference.
The developers behind the lightweight, open-source Enlightenment window manager/desktop environment have announced the release of the first Alpha build for Enlightenment 0.21.
Today I bring to you version 3.2.0 of Bodhi Linux. This is our last scheduled update release of the Bodhi 3 branch.
Today I am happy to announce the second snapshot release of the Moksha Desktop - 0.2.0. For those who prefer to play first and read release notes second you can find the release downloads on our GitHub repo here. Those who wish to try the latest Moksha desktop release on a live CD can download and update a Bodhi Linux Live CD.
The new Enlightenment E20 Desktop has just been released. The Enlightenment project consists of the Enlightenment Window manager (which was started in 1996), the EFL library that contains graphic, widget, network, and other basic desktop functions and some applications that are based on EFL like a terminal emulator, a video player, and an IDE. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install the E20 Desktop on the current Ubuntu 15.10.
The developers behind the Enlightenment open-source desktop environment had the great pleasure of announcing the release and immediate availability for download of the final release of Enlightenment 0.20.0.
I still remember the first time I saw Linux. It was in late 1996 during an optional afterschool course, and the PC at school was running Enlightenment window manager. It was the very first Enlightenment release, and I was shocked by its graphics and usability. In particular, I clearly remember watching a vi text editor session opened with a PHP script and syntax highlighting all of the script.
In this second video in the foundation's 'World Without Linux' series we see just how hard it can be to get from point A to point B.
The Elive Team is proud to announce the release of the beta version 2.6.10. This new version includes lots of improvements and bugfixes in Enlightenment 17, more exactly 87 commits are backported.
The developers of the lightweight desktop environment Enlightenment (used in various Linux distributions) announced their 0.19.9 release. Enlightenment 0.19.9 has some improvements, like the addition of more icon sizes to the systray component.
Out-of-the-box, Bodhi installs hardly any software, only just enough to get the user up and running. At first boot, there’s a lightweight browser (Midori), a file manager (PCManFM), a text editor (ePad), an image viewer (Ephoto) and little else. This is in keeping with the Bodhi team’s minimalist philosophy, based on a belief that users should make their own software choices and not have them made for them.
For those who don’t know, since its inception back around 2011, Bodhi Linux’s biggest reason for being is as a showpiece for the Enlightenment desktop. Unfortunately, it turned out that it was really Enlightenment version 17 that was on show, and when Enlightenment moved on to 18 about a year and a half ago, and in subsequent releases, the Bodhi team began to realize that the desktop wasn’t going in the direction they would have hoped.
This release is a bigger deal for the Bodhi team than our previous update releases have been in the past. The reason for this is because this release is the first to use the Moksha Desktop which we have forked from E17. Because it is built on the rock solid foundation that E17 provides, even this first release of the Moksha Desktop is stable and is something I feel comfortable using in a production environment...
The developers of the lightweight desktop environment Enlightenment (used in various Linux distributions) anounced their 0.19.7 release.
According to the Enlightenment team Enlightenment is in the transition from X11 to Wayland.
The developers behind the modern and beautiful Enlightenment desktop environment have announced recently the immediate availability of the sixth maintenance release of Enlightenment 0.19.
a short tutorial on how to easily install, test, and keep up to date with the latest iteration of the Moksha desktop on your Ubuntu 14.04 LTS system.
Today, May 4, we announce the immediate availability for download of the Enlightenment 0.19.5 desktop environment, a release that fixes a significant amount of issues discovered since Enlightenment 0.19.4, which is currently used by default in various GNU/Linux distributions.
Jeff Hoogland, the founder and lead developer of the Ubuntu-based Bodhi Linux operating system, announced plans for dropping the current version of the Enlightenment desktop environment used in the recently released Bodhi Linux 3.0 distro for Moksha Desktop, which is based on the older Enlightenment E17 desktop environment.
Today we are going to really start building an application that “does stuff”. Our first example will be a simple application that displays a local image file and the second example will expand on the first by allowing the user to select the image they want to display.
Today, we are going to explore how to position elements in your applications within the space they occupies in your application window.
Manjaro 0.8.12 LXQt edition is a community edition of the Manjaro Linux distribution built around the LXQt desktop environment version 0.8.0 and powered by kernel 3.16, Also support for Microsoft’s exFAT filesystem and Pacman 4.2 package manager.
Bodhi Linux 3.0.0 is based on the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Core & Enlightenment E19.3.
In today's open source roundup: The Fedora Project seeks a Diversity Advisor. Plus: DistroWatch reviews Bodhi Linux 3.0, and reviews of HTC's One M9 phone.
This is the second tutorial in my series about working with the Enlightenment Foundation Libraries and Python. Today we are going to explore weight hints in EFL applications. This hint tells our application how to size the objects that we have added to our window.
Alejandro Di-az had the pleasure of announcing Softpedia a couple of days ago about the immediate availability for download and upgrade of Escuelas Linux 3.0.23, an open-source computer operating system that is currently still based on the Bodhi Linux 2.3 distribution and uses the software repositories from the upstream Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) distro, built around the Enlightenment E17 desktop environment.
Like many distros these days, Bodhi is built on top of a Ubuntu base, in this case using version 14.04 LTS as its core. However, Bodhi is anything but just another cookie cutter distro. From it’s inception back in 2012, the main purpose of the project has been to offer a Linux distribution that fully takes advantage of the lightweight but full featured and elegantly beautiful Enlightenment desktop environment.
GDC 2015 Brit processor designer ARM and its gobbled subsidiary Geomerics want to shed some more light on gaming graphics – literally, with an update to Enlighten.
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