Thursday morning we published a video interview with Jeff Hoogland, the founder and lead developer of Bodhi Linux. What better time, we figured, to take a look at the distro’s latest and greatest, which was just released last weekend.
Bodhi Linux was the first distro I ever loved.
Actually, I suppose I loved […]
Continue reading Bodhi Linux 3.2.1 With Moksha: Another Path to Enlightenment
The FOSS Force Video Interview
Just a few days before releasing Bodhi Linux 3.2.1, Bodhi’s founder and lead developer, Jeff Hoogland, took time out to sit down for this up close and personal chat with FOSS Force’s resident video interviewer Robin Miller.
You know Jeff Hoogland is also known as “Daddy” when you hear […]
Continue reading Jeff Hoogland Talks Bodhi Linux, Enlightenment, Moksha and ‘Magic the Gathering’
FOSS Week in Review Two important Internet events happened 20 years ago this week and a web browser gets an unexpected — to us — windfall.
Jeeze. The plan when Larry passed the baton back to me for the Week in Review was to move it to late Friday afternoon. That way, I figured, I’d […]
Continue reading ‘Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace’ Turns 20, Opera Fetches $1.2 Billion & More…
Larry the BSD Guy The BSD licensed Lumina Desktop aims to release version 1.0 in July.
It appears the sun is rising on Lumina.
Ken Moore, the lead developer for the BSD-based Lumina Desktop Environment, announced that another step towards the release of a full-fledged desktop environment for BSD variants (and Linux distros, for that […]
Continue reading Lumina Desktop Getting Ready for FreeBSD 11.0
The FOSS Force Poll
Inquiring minds wanted to know, so we asked. When choosing what to run on a machine — we’re talking computing machines running GNU/Linux here — what’s more important, the choice of distro or which desktop environment to run? We began asking the question among ourselves several weeks back when we were […]
Continue reading Distro or Desktop? You Say Both
The FOSS Force Poll
A couple of weeks back when we ran our two part GNU/Linux distro poll, a couple of commenters made a single point that, at first glance, seemed valid.
It’s not the distro that’s important to most users, they said, because most users don’t interact with the distro itself as they work […]
Continue reading Which is More Important: Distro, Desktop…or Something Else?