Try These Steps to Resolve The Problem of Wine Programs Not Working

Why Doesn’t My Program Run? Put simply, Wine runs Windows software by reverse engineering parts of the Windows operating system for Linux. In the Microsoft world, these components are called…

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LINUX Fedora 25 has Arrived and What’s Changed

Well! LINUX Fedora 25 has Arrived, and as usual, it delivers the latest from the GNOME project. But this time around, that’s not the big highlight. All eyes are on…

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Red Hat Brings Full JBoss Software Stack to OpenShift

Well! The full Red Hat JBoss Middleware stack is now containerized and available on Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud.   JBoss makes up a complete family of open-source, lightweight…

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The Easiest Way to Install and Use Microsoft Office on Linux

Microsoft Office is, without a doubt, the most widely used office productivity suite in the world. It doesn’t matter if your PC runs Windows or Mac, there’s a strong likelihood…

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Tips for Build Your Own Bootable Linux Live CD

A live CD (or “live disc”) is a bootable CD, DVD, or USB drive with an operating system ready to run when the disk is inserted. Bootable media is pretty useful,…

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Fedora 25 Linux Arrives with Wayland Display Support

Linux desktop users have been waiting for Wayland, the X server display replacement, for years. Fedora used to be the leading, bleeding edge Linux distribution. Then its release cadence slowed…

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Linus Torvalds’ Favorite Programming Laptop, 2016 Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition

Among some Linux developers talk ahout the best laptap for serous programmers, the winner must be the 2016 Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition. Linus Torvald’s new favorite laptop is the Dell…

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USE Chameleon, a Part of the HPE Software Zoo Now

Let’s get to know it. The SUSE chameleon is now part of the HPE software zoo. With Canonical Ubuntu, the top cloud Linux, and Red Hat, the leading server Linux,…

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OpenOffice has been dying for years now, and LibreOffice is Much Safer than OpenOffice

Let’s get to know the LibreOffice. OpenOffice has been dying for years now. We’re just now arranging for the funeral. Here’s OpenOffice’s recent story. In an email titled “What Would…

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10 Awesome Linux Game You Haven’t Notice In Linux Store

Listed below are 10 awesome games in Linux Store. That’s not to say there aren’t some real gems out there, if you know where to look. The games below aren’t…

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