Paid hosting that doesn’t require a credit card?


First of all, I want to apologize for the blog downtime. So, I decided to move this blog to another server.

So, last week, I moved blog to a paid hosting. But, not like other hosting, I can pay with my mobile phone (with SMS) or home phone. I don’t need a credit card to pay.

The new host is it is a cPanel web hosting. See the features here:

I have 10 invitations only to give to you, loyal AllForLinux readers. If you want one, email me at jonathan[at] First come, first served.

Ubuntu 10.04 First Impression


Ubuntu 10.04 has been released on 29 april 2010, although the ISO is available in 30 April 2010(In my country). I’ve just downloaded the ISO of Ubuntu 10.04, and this is my personal review about it.

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Top Linux Games List


This is a complete(almost) list of Linux games that I found in the internet. You can check it by yourself one by one since it’s quite a long list :) . If you have more games that you would like to recommend, feel free to share it.


Distro Review: Element


Today, I’d like to take a look on a newcomer of Linux Distroes family, this distro called “Element”. Element is a free and yet powerful multimedia operating system. As you can see, the developer of this distro have managed to combine both Ubuntu as a powerful Linux distro with the other multimedia software elements. As I can see, the developers have managed to show the users that “Linux” is not as boring as they’ve seen before. Things inside Element OS looked really cozy and it makes users to feel more comfortable with it. I personally enjoyed watching videos with XBMC media center on my full HDMI LCD TV.


Catching Up Some Linux News


I’m back for posting again after a few month of vacuum in this blog. I’m truly sorry for that because I have to focused on my college subjects. Since I already have passed the whole subjects, now it is the right time for me to start to make more postings for :)

I already missed a lot of things in Linux world, now let’s try to catching up on some Linux news:

  1. Gnome 3.0 shell has been released(maybe a long time agoo), but that’s not a big deal since I just came back from the death :)
  2. Ubuntu 10.04 is set to be released on 29 april 2010, it’s quite a good news since I had a bit of compatibility problem with the current Ubuntu version(9.10).
    screenshot(beta 2):
  3. The next version of Ubuntu(10.10) codename has been released, Maverick Meerkat. Well, it’s way much better than Marlyn Monre :P
  4. Avant Windows Navigator 0.4 final has been released(installation tutorial will be added soon!)
  5. gThumb 2.11.x Removed From Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx; Latest Version Adds Facebook Export

Well, that’s only some news that I can provide to you, I’m promise you that I will give tutorials, reviews, & more news about Linux.


Slitaz Linux, quick and lightweight distro


Another Linux distro has been released, this time emphasising speed and low space. I reckon it’ll be perfect for netbooks. Lots of improvements needed, but the potential is there. See Slitaz Linux.

Google Chrome for Linux


After a long hiatus, Google has finally spoken up and released a (beta) version of Chrome for Linux. As ever with the techies, it’s accompanied by xkcd-style comic. Visit this link.

Quick facts from the Google Team about Chrome for Linux that they sent to me via email:
60,000 lines of Linux-specific code written
23 developer builds
2,713 Linux-specific bugs fixed
12 external committers and bug editors to the Google Chrome for Linux code base, 48 external code contributors

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