The Uganda Linux User Group is a community organization dedicated to the promotion and discussion of open-source technology.
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Anke Boersma has announced the release of KaOS 2015.04, the latest update of the project's rolling-release Linux distribution featuring KDE's Plasma 5 desktop: "A nice way of celebrating the second anniversary if this distribution is releasing KaOS 2015.04. The previous two releases were the result of some drastic....

Development Release: Tanglu 3.0 Alpha 1
Saturday, April 18, 2015 - 22:25

Matthias Klumpp has announced the availability of a new collection of test images for the Debian-based Tanglu distribution. The 3.0 alpha release is available in three editions and two architectures. "We are pleased to announce the release of the first development release of Tanglu 3, which includes Tanglu....

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