The Linux SIG next meets February 15 at 7:00 pm
I’ve been busy the past month working with the new 2016 TBCS Chromebook Class. I’ve become even more convinced Chrome meets most-all of my computing needs. You might already know both Google Chome and Chromium are built upon the open source Linux kernel from an older reliable distribution of Linux called Gentoo Linux. So, what is Gentoo?
I’m bringing a hybrid Gentoo ISO we can view. Gentoo install is a huge process reminding me of the old-Linux days. Gentoo is real Linux and it should be fun looking outside our comfortable variety of Ubuntu-flavored distros. I’m curious how our group sees this long-time Linux favorite that is the basis of many better-known Linux distros.
February Linux Links:
- Microsoft pushes Windows 10 upgrade using tactic it once called ‘a mistake’
- Why switch to Windows 10 or a Mac when you can use Linux Mint 17.3 instead?
- Could Linux Mint Replace Ubuntu?
- 10 Places To Buy A Laptop With Linux Preloaded
- AT&T Embraces Canonical’s Ubuntu Linux
- Ubuntu’s Secure Boot support vulnerability threatens even Windows PCs
- Ubuntu Tablet to Be Available — Even in the U.S. — in March
- 11 Must-Have Apps on Ubuntu Right After a Fresh Install
- How to change boot splash screen on Ubuntu or Linux Mint
- Manage Your Podcasts on Linux with These 10 Apps
- Setup A Centralized Media Server Using Emby Server
- 7 Paid Linux App Alternatives That Are Worth the Money