Frets on Fire is an open source clone of the ever-popular PlayStation 2 music/rhythm game Guitar Hero. It’s a free download and is available for Windows, Linux and the Mac, though the Mac version is experimental.
While there are numerous proprietary e-mail security solutions around, how many actually manage to live up to their claims? And who says that customer service and satisfaction never come free? LFY tries its best to search out a solution that addresses these concerns.
While everyone else seems to be in a race for the latest and the greatest, CentOS 5.3 still bundles pretty old and tested software. Well, this is not your typical desktop OS; besides, the stability makes it a must-have for your server deployments.
With the launch of the HTC Magic, Google’s mobile OS finally arrived in India. Will it herald a new era in cell phones or wilt against some very stiff competition? We got our hands on the Magic and talked to some key members in the mobile industry to find out.
The recently released Fedora 11 packs in a lot of cutting-edge features. The question is: will these put Fedora back in the desktop race?
Inspired by CRUX and started in March 2002 by Judd Vinet, the Arch Linux project might have been a late entrant into the world of distros. But within a short span of time, it has gained lots of fans, users and contributors. Arch Linux, according to its website, is a minimalist distribution aimed at intermediate Linux users who are not afraid of the command line.
A face off between Mandriva Linux 2009.1 Spring and the release candidate of Windows 7.
Ubuntu 9.04 lives up to its promise of bringing in up-to-date FOSS offerings.
SimplyMEPIS, just like PCLinuxOS, once had an edge over the mainstream distros, thanks to its being geared towards desktop and ease-of-use factors. Does it still hold that edge? We take a look at the latest version 8 and find out.