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)
We are proud to announce: Linux Identity Kit containing fresh and hot Fedora 8 (codenamed Werewolf) is coming to Barnes & Noble book stores.
There are 2 bootable DVDs attached to magazine: for 32-bit and 64-bit systems equipped with Intel and AMD processors. Articles describe installation and configuration process.
Fedora 8 comes with a huge set of new and upgraded features and applications; among them: kernel 2.6.23, GNOME 2.20 (with Evolution mail notification), KDE 3.5.7 (KDE 4.0 is available from repositories), XFCE 4.4.1, GIMP 2.4.0, Network Manager 0.7 (improved wireless support), a sound server Pulse Audio (different volumes for different applications, hot-plugging support for USB sound devices and support for audio over the network), Codec Buddy, Compiz-Fusion for advanced visual effects, IcedTea (free and open source Java environment) and a great office suite OpenOffice 2.3. You'll also enjoy improved graphical tools for firewall configuration, enhanced printer management and an update for Bluetooth integration.
Posted by: Admin on Jan 02, 2008 - 02:18 PM Read full article: 'Fedora 8 - Linux Identity Kit' (164 more words)
Ubuntu appears to be the most popular Linux in the world nowadays. Here comes the newest version of this operating system: Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon. Sure, you can find it in the consecutive edition of Linux Identity Set (1/2008).
This magazine comes with 2 DVDs attached, containing software for 32 and 64-bit systems. And now, the most amazing information: you will get not only Ubuntu, but set of 4 distributions: Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu and Edubuntu - all in version 7.10. We call it Ubuntu Family.
Ubuntu default graphic environment is GNOME, for Kubuntu - it's KDE, for Xubuntu - XFCE. Edubuntu, built on top of the Ubuntu base, provides wide selection of educational software, and is aimed at classroom use.
Posted by: Admin on Dec 13, 2007 - 10:47 AM Read full article: 'Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon - Linux Identity Set' (671 more words)
Do you like to pay for goods others get for free? If your answer is: NO, please, read follow. We would like to introduce OpenOffice.org 2.3 - complete office applications suite and an excellent (and free) alternative to Microsoft Office.
Linux Identity Office magazine comes with an especially prepared DVD, containing the newest version of OpenOffice.org and additional hot stuff. There are installation files for different operating systems: Microsoft Windows, Linux, Solaris and Mac OS X, to be found on DVD. Templates, tutorials, selected OOo extensions and tools for developers complement this set.
To make start with OpenOffice.org easy, we prepared many articles explaining an installation process and particular applications usage.
Posted by: Admin on Nov 29, 2007 - 12:13 PM Read full article: 'OpenOffice.org 2.3 - Linux Identity Office' (199 more words)
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