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We publish articles when we feel knowledgeable on the topic at hand. Our articles often include news, reviews, criticism, information about new software features, and various opinions of the people at InaTux. "Current Compile" are articles where we take the latest development source code for a program, compile it, and show the new features, bugs, changes, and give you our opinion of the current direction of development on the software.

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    Humble Indie Bundle Shows GNU/Linux Gaming Statistics (New!) "Games have become the topic. Is a GNU/Linux -- or really any Unix or Unix-like -- port worth the cost? Not only is there a market for GNU/Linux ports, but apparently a whole quarter of the market." ...

    gThumb: The Free Software IrfanView "gThumb is just like IrfanView it can view and edit images, and play your videos and music as well ... gThumb can resize, crop, rotate, adjust colors, enhance colors..." ...

    HTML5 vs. Flash / Open Letter To Adobe "With the introduction of HTML5 and its implementation in all major web browsers, it's becoming clear that Adobe is now in a place where a lack of innovation from the company..." ...

    Free Software is a democracy, Mark Shuttleworth! "...we do not all make all of it. In other words, we delegate well. We have a kernel team, and they make kernel decisions. No. Canonical have a kernel team because Canonical thinks it needs one" ...

    Current Ubuntu 10.04 Review "With Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) so far our first impressions aren't good. 10.04 booted to the 'Install' prompt from a LiveCD in 4 minutes and 23 seconds, compared to a solid 40 seconds..." ...

    Firefox 3.6 Alpha 1 "New article, Firefox 3.6 alpha 1, improvements: faster, name, new graphical tab-switching, Tracemonkey. And a few minor improvements." ...

    Firefox 3.5 Preview "Firefox 3.5 (formerly known as Firefox 3.1) preview, improvements: performance, page rendering, JavaScript code performance, Tracemonkey. And a few major improvements." ...

    Firefox 3.5 beta 4 released "Firefox 3.5 (formerly known as Firefox 3.1) beta, improvements: private browsing mode, performance, page rendering, JavaScript code performance, Tracemonkey. And a few major improvements." ...

    Firefox 3.1 beta 3 released "As with the last Firefox 3.1 beta, there's improvements to the private browsing mode, performance, pages render faster, pages with JavaScript code run much faster, with the new Tracemonkey engine." ...

    Pricing Free Software "Free software is great. Almost everyone using a computer will agree. Firefox, AVG, GIMP, Cinelerra, or GNU/Linux itself. People agree it's great." ...

    Quake Live Out! Not for GNU/Linux "Today (Tuesday, February 24th, 2009) Quake Live -- a new game from id Software, that plays entirely in a web browser using a simple Firefox..." ...

    Combat Arms Ubuntu Trademark "The free-- though closed source-- video game 'Combat Arms' for the Windows operating system. May be committing copyright and/or trademark infringement." ...

    Fedora 10 with KDE 4.2 RC Review "Alright, so we here at InaTux had the time this week to play around with the newest KDE Desktop Environment (version 4.2 *release candidate*) we have to say..." ...

    Firefox 3.1 Beta 2 New Features "Okay, first off; you can find other articles out there that state what's new in Firefox 3.1 Beta 2(Shiretoko), including mozilla.org. But we found only few of them..." ...

    GNU/Linux New Year's Resolutions "Here is our '20 GNU/Linux New Year's Resolutions.' We hope the GNU/Linux community and GNU/Linux software providers will contribute in a way that will make the following list a reality." ...

    GIMP 2.6.2 review "We'll be using GIMP version 2.6.2 for this review, this review doesn't only cover the new features in GIMP 2.6.2, but the main features of this powerful GNU/Linux program..." ...

    gOS Space review "For this review we are using gOS Space. The first thing we noticed, the easy user-friendly interface. But let's rewind to the installation. First the only Desktop Environment that's offered is Gnome." ...

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Current Compile Articles:
    Firefox 3.7a5pre: Tabs on Top, New Add-on Manager (New!) "Firefox 3.7a5pre now has an option to place the browser's tabs on top of the controls ... Firefox 3.7a5pre handles the Add-ons window differently, as it opens in a new tab rather than a new window..." ...

    Development GIMP Version 2.7 Review "'Single Window' mode in the current development version of GIMP is so named because it allows you to attach GIMP's docks to the main window. It does not force you to have one singular window..." ...

    Firefox 3.7 Alpha 4 Pre "Apart from many performance improvements and an official 64bit version, 'Firefox 3.7 Alpha 4 Pre' doesn't have many new features that 3.6 doesn't already have." ...



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