Category: New releaseThe news items published under this category are as follows.
There are many reasons to want to run Linux. It's fast, secure and works on a wide range of computers, even if they've been around for a few years. And with LiveCD you can have a pretty good idea of how well it will work on your computer without actually installing.
Ubuntu Linux is one of the easier GNU/Linux distributions to install. You just need seven steps to have running your Linux operating system on your computer.
Thanks to Linux Identity magazine you will discover Linux world. We have decided to insert the Ubuntu distribution on the CD as it is considered as the system best adapted for beginners. Inside, you will find lots of articles that will show you how to run LiveCD and begin the Linux experience, install Ubuntu on your hard disk with or without Windows and help you to do the first steps under Linux.
Posted by: Admin on Mar 06, 2009 - 12:13 PM Read full article: 'Linux Starter Kit (with Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex) – Linux Identity Set ' (225 more words)
Linux Identity magazine feels proud to bring you openSUSE 11.1. It provides you a complete DVD version (for 32 and 64-bit architectures). The magazine will take you through an installation process and how to keep your machine up to date with some of the best tools that openSUSE community offers.
openSUSE 11.1 offers cutting edge synchronization support for Apple iPod and Google's Android G1 Phones. 11.1 also has out-of-the-box support for video conferencing. This is the first release to be entirely built using the openSUSE build service.
openSUSE 11.1 also brings in a lot of innovative and new applications. This is the first community distro release to hold Nomad – the remote desktop access tool. With Nomad you should be able to access remote machines without having to lose the beautiful windowing special effects introduced to us via Compiz fusion.
Posted by: Admin on Feb 26, 2009 - 09:52 AM Read full article: 'openSUSE 11.1 - Linux Identity Kit' (257 more words)
We are pleased to announce and invite you to attend the publication of Linux Identity Pack devoted to the latest version (10) of Fedora Linux.
The latest incarnation of Fedora 10 coincides with a raft of changes including a new NetworkManager which includes support for connection sharing, improved printer handling, improved virtualization capabilities, Sectool (an auditing and security testing framework), as well as an updated RPM system.
This magazine comes with two Fedora 10 install DVDs; one disk contains the 32-bit distribution, and the other contains the 64-bit distribution. The 64-bit version can only be installed on a 64-bit computer. The 32-bit version, however, can be installed on either.
Attention! There is a special price for Fedora 10 magazine in our online shop! Check it now!
Posted by: Admin on Jan 06, 2009 - 11:41 AM Read full article: 'Fedora 10 Cambridge - Linux Identity Pack' (242 more words)
New release: Ubuntu Family 8.10 Intrepid Ibex (Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubtu, Mythbuntu) - Linux Identity Starter15204 Reads
This is an exciting release for the Ubuntu community. The previous release, 8.04, was a Long Term Support, or LTS release. In 8.04, the focus was on stability, to make sure the release could be supported actively for the longer, three year cycle. In the new 8.10 release, included with this magazine, stability is still important, but the focus is on adding interesting and valuable new features, pushing the envelope of expectations for the Linux desktop. Here are some highlights:
There are two DVDs attached to this magazine. They each include the same basic contents, with one big difference. One DVD is for 32-bit installations, the other is for 64-bit installations.
Each DVD includes four versions of Ubuntu: Ubuntu Desktop, Kubuntu Desktop, Xubuntu Desktop and Mythbuntu Desktop. These ship as different distributions, but they each share a common base that has been configured for specific uses and preferences with software that best fits the intended use. You will want to decide which sounds the best for what you want to do.
Posted by: Admin on Nov 18, 2008 - 09:44 AM Read full article: 'Ubuntu Family 8.10 Intrepid Ibex (Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubtu, Mythbuntu) - Linux Identity Starter' (686 more words)
We are pleased to welcome you to the third issue of Linux Identity Office dedicated to OpenOffice.org 3.0.
OpenOffice.org (OOo) is a very powerful cross-platform office application suite available for a number of different computer operating systems. OOo includes the following components:
OOo is full featured, with support for more languages and Locales than Microsoft Office. Multiple file formats are supported for reading and writing, including most of Microsoft Office's file formats.
Posted by: Admin on Nov 13, 2008 - 02:05 PM Read full article: 'OpenOffice.org 3.0 - Linux Identity Office' (153 more words)
Even though the number and quality of desktop Linux distributions has significantly increased over the last few years there is one thing that most Linux enthusiasts cannot deny. Fedora remains at the forefront of Linux development and continues to remain one of the most popular distributions.
To convince you that to work under Linux is not hard, the new number of Linux Identity Pack with Fedora 9 in cover awaits you… This magazine introduces Fedora 9, and answers some of the questions new users will have, from installation to configuration, and other everyday uses.
Two DVDs, including 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Fedora 9, are attached to the present magazine:
Posted by: Admin on Jul 30, 2008 - 11:10 AM Read full article: 'Fedora 9 - Linux Identity Pack ' (145 more words)
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the 2nd edition of Linux Identity Office magazine devoted to the most recent version of the user friendly GNU/Linux operating system for beginners: Mandriva 2008.1.
Mandriva Linux 2008.1 comes with many new features and updated packages like KDE 3.5.9 and 4.0.3, GNOME 2.22, kernel 220.127.116.11, OpenOffice.org 2.2.4, Mozilla Firefox 18.104.22.168, out-of-the-box support for the successful Asus Eee PC, Compiz Fusion 0.7.2, improved Windows Mobile 5/6 synchronization possibilities, PulseAudio as default sound server. All of these applications are available for free and as Free softwares.
The DVDs provided in this magazine are the Mandriva 2008.1 edition, for 32 or 64-bit processors. If you are looking for maximum hardware and software compatibility, you're advised to install the 32-bit version. If you have a 64-bit capable processor, and you are looking for improved performances in multimedia field or computational sciences, then you'd better install the 64-bit edition. Both DVDs contain the same software selection, and when some programs are not available in 64-bit, the Mandriva 2008.1 64-bit edition will provide the 32-bit version.
Posted by: Admin on Jul 29, 2008 - 02:27 PM Read full article: 'Mandriva 2008.1 - Linux Identity Office' (139 more words)
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Edubuntu, Mythbuntu, Ubuntu Studio, JeOS, desktop, server, alternate, PC (Intel x86), 64-bit PC (AMD64), KDE4... One could easily feel lost with the incredible number of Ubuntu versions. If you do not know which one you should install, Linux Identity Starter will summarize them in order for you to serenely make your choice.
This magazine comes with two multi-boot DVDs (for 32-bit and 64-bit architectures) containing four versions of Ubuntu :
Posted by: Admin on Jul 22, 2008 - 12:34 PM Read full article: 'Ubuntu 8.04 - Linux Identity Starter ' (234 more words)
There it is, Linux Identity Kit with FreeBSD 7.0 on DVDs has just been published.
FreeBSD is often thought of as the perfect operating system for networking tasks, since it's very robust and achieves great performances. FreeBSD can be used in a great variety of settings: servers, embedded systems, workstations, etc.
Two DVDs come with this magazine. They each contain FreeBSD 7.0. The first disc is meant to be used with computers equipped with a x86 compatible processor (Pentium, Athlon...), also called i386 compatible sometimes. This version, called the 32-bit version, will work on any machine, so it's the one you should use in the vast majority of cases. The second DVD is destined to 64-bit systems, or, more exactly, to AMD64 compatible computers (Opteron, Athlon64, EM64T). If you want to use all the capabilities of your 64-bit processor, this second DVD is the right one for you.
Posted by: Admin on Jun 24, 2008 - 10:49 AM Read full article: 'FreeBSD 7.0 - Linux Identity Kit' (305 more words)
Etch 4.0r1 came out on the 17th of August 2007, and corrected the bugs and security holes. The r2 version didn't leave us waiting for long as it was released on the 27th of December 2007. But it didn't have a very long life cycle as, in fact, it is the Etch version 4.0r3 that we present to you today. The system was given an update, polished, remodeled, turning it into a technology wonder. Even K2000 is envious of it ;)
The magazine will help you apprehend Debian in the simplest way possible. We'll assist with realisation of such tasks as the system's installation (your very first step), and the customization of the OS so it can become truly yours. We'll give you the keys to making a good configuration to get a more enjoyable system. In addition, we've added some technical articles to help you go through more “delicate” processes. You'll become a real Linux surgeon with these practical guides. You'll be able to perform some advanced operation and thus really transform your server all down to the core.
This magazine includes 3 DVD, or 18 000 packages, amongst which you should find all what you need.
Posted by: Admin on Apr 23, 2008 - 09:06 AM Read full article: 'Debian 4.0R3 - Linux Identity Set' (226 more words)
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