We list the top Linux distributions to watch in 2017, from Ubuntu-based flavors through to Linux distros created from scratch — these are the ones to watch.
A redditor has compared Distrowatch popularity rankings from 2006 to 2016 (or, more accurately, the last twelve months). And it makes for an interesting comparison, touching on some general trends in Linux, though is, I guess, apropos of nothing. […]
A newer, flatter GTK theme will ship as part of Linux Mint 18 ‘Sarah.’ Showing off progress made on the theme in a new blog post, project lead Clement Lefebvre says the new “Mint Y” theme is […]
Like your Ubuntu-based Linux distributions a little more free? There's a brand new LTS release of Trisquel ready for download.
After months of testing the first stable release of Ubuntu-based Linux distro Deepin (previously known as 'Linux Deepin') is now available for download.
Ubuntu 14.04 is here and many of you will opt to wipe and reinstall Ubuntu for that fresh, new LTS smell. But I'm here to say: not so fast!
gNewSense may no longer be based off of Ubuntu, but the Free Software Foundation-backed Linux distribution remains an important mile-marker of progress within the open-source community.
Ubuntu is no longer the basis of gNewSense - a popular GNU/Linux distribution comprised entirely of free software - in its latest release.
For a Linux OS that made it onto the shelves of Walmart it's hard to tell what went wrong or where.
As the fresh air of Spring approaches my hemisphere it seems many Linux distros are keen to keep in sync with the fauna and flora around me by birthing themselves some new releases. As I'm a busy chap with unnatural quantities of coffee to brew here is a quick pow-pow over-view of what's blooming in Distro land....
Bodhi Linux may just be the Crocodile of distro spins: Very green, really quite snappy and more powerful than you'd think at first glance...