News about German City of Munich having some difficulties with Linux is a bit old. I admit I postponed that reading for later. Today I have finally read several articles about the problem. From what is known, City of Munich made a decision to transit their Software from Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office to Linux – […]
When I started with this blog, I was using shared hosting. Price was good, and it had an unlimited plan. Unlimited domains, disk space… For a while, it was ok until I installed several plugins. Then, out of the blue, the home page took long long time to load. Their response was that it’s a […]
UberWriter – Professional markdown editor for Linux Markdown is a simple way to write using a plain text format, but with the ability to export to a valid HTML. Originally created by John Gruber in 2004, Markdown became widely popular. Looking at google trends, in 2004 there were the only couple of searches but in […]
French national police announced that they have moved 43,000 desktops to linux (customised Ubuntu called GentBuntu). In 2014, they plan run all of their 72,000 desktops on Linux operating system.
South Korea is looking to replace Windows XP with Ubuntu. Windows XP support ends on April 8, 2014. Security updates won’t be available unless you pay Microsoft serious money to provide you with urgent patches. Companies and Government face serious problem what to do.