We take a look at the Liferea feed reader for Linux, show you how to install it on Ubuntu from a PPA, and ask if it's the best RSS reader available for Linux.
A brand new news app for Linux puts the latest headlines from mainstream news outlets right on the desktop, all at the push of a button.
A large portion of you reading this post will be doing so in the Linux RSS reader app 'Liferea'. The good news for you folks, as well as anyone else looking to read their RSS feeds through a desktop client, is that a new version of the application was recently released.
Before I hit the sack for tonight here is a small icon-based treat for, well, the icon-loving fans out there. Desktop RSS application Liferea has a pretty colourful tray icon and, whether you dig it […]
Users of desktop feed-reading application Liferea can be alerted to new RSS updates via the Ubuntu Messaging Menu thanks to a patch by the very cool Maia Kozheva. Download The patch is due to go […]
Crikey on a bike! It’s another Docky post! No, this isn’t turning into OMG! Docky! but development is quite breathtakingly fast on it so there’s always lots to tell you about… Read All About It […]
You know the drill by now! Humanity Style Icons for another batch of applications. Fusion Download @ gnome-look.org Install ALT+F2 gksu nautilus /usr/share/icons/hicolor/24×24/apps/ Replace old icon with new one ALT+F2 gksudo gtk-update-icon-cache /usr/share/icons/hicolor Rhythmbox Download […]