The granddaddy. The veteran. Still actively developed, and still influential. YEP, Debian is getting the fake Linux movie poster treatment!
From noir to animation, you can’t resist a stylish penguin wearing a Fedora. Fedora Linux, that is! Time for a brand new “fake movie posters” session!
COSMIC! Check out these playful, colorful, and imaginative Pop OS movie posters, generated by artificial intelligence.
“I use Arch btw,” whispered the AI as I executed the 67th command. As it generated these sometimes staggering, sometimes frightening movie posters, I nodded in agreement. “I know,” I whispered back. “Soon, they will too…”
In 1976 William Crowther turned his grief into a legendary form of interactive escapism called Colossal Cave Adventure. That’s where we begin.
The new PC version of Final Fantasy VII Remake runs on Linux. Day One. And on Fedora 35, it’s beating Windows in raw performance!
The co-founders of elementary OS discuss what it takes to stand out in a very crowded world of excellent Linux distros and FOSS projects.
With Pop OS 21.10, System76 continues its “leading edge” approach. Here’s a detailed look at how new Linux kernels are tested and approved.
The developers of Kdenlive are ending 2021 with a bang, adding a ridiculous amount of useful features to the Linux video editor.
KDE Engineer Nate Graham is taking the criticism from Linus Tech Tips seriously, and he’s doing something about it.