13 Inches of Freedom | LAS 419

13 Inches of Freedom | LAS 419

Purism has sent us the Librem 13 for review, does a laptop designed to protect your digital life make a good Linux workstation? With physical kill switches, and a well built aluminum housing, we answer if this could be your next ultimate Linux laptop.

Plus why were not so excited about Google’s recent win against Oracle, new features coming to Linux, what the heck is going on at OwnCloud & more!

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Librem 13 Review

  • 7 Hours Battery Life
  • 2 USB ports
  • Ethernet Jack
  • Audio Headset jack

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Runs Linux

FixIT Leeds RUNS LINUX!

Desktop App Pick

Etcher

Sent in by Rikai….94 times

Here at resin.io we have thousands of users working through our getting started process and until recently we were embarassed about the steps that involved burning an SD card. There was a separate track for each Mac/Windows/Ubuntu and several manual and error prone steps along the way.

  • Validated Burning
  • Hard Drive Friendly
  • Open Source
  • Beautiful Interface

Spotlight

Solaar

Solaar is a Linux device manager for Logitech’s Receiver
peripherals. It is able to pair/unpair devices to the receiver, and for most
devices read battery status.


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An Apparent Exodus Continues At OwnCloud

Since the recent ownCloud 9.0 release, a number of high-profile individuals have been leaving the company.

Google beats Oracle—Android makes “fair use” of Java APIs

There was only one question on the special verdict form, asking if Google’s use of the Java APIs was a “fair use” under copyright law. The jury unanimously answered “yes,” in Google’s favor.

Linux 4.7 Brings A Plethora Of New Features: AMD Polaris, ARM ASpeed, SGI UV4, Schedutil

After a very exciting past two weeks, the merge window for Linux 4.7 is expected to close today. This was an action-packed merge window with a ton of new code being introduced. While I’ve already written dozens of posts on Phoronix about the changes that got me excited, here’s my usual kernel feature overview. Here’s a look at what’s coming for Linux 4.7.

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