OpenMandriva is here
We are happy to announce our OpenMandriva collection that we made in cooperation with the OpenMandriva developers.
19 October 2020, 12:30 pm

Coronavirus information
We are working and fulfilling your orders.
Your and our health comes first now. Currently, we can fulfill your orders safely from our stock, and our international shipping partners are working as well.
28 July 2020, 9:38 am

CentOS shirts are almost here
Red Hat finally signed our agreement yesterday, so now we can make CentOS shirts for you.
21 April 2020, 3:08 pm

Amarok shirts
It was about 15 years ago. The most current (9.1?) SuSE Linux, the Amarok music player, some good tracks, and our New Year party was ready. I liked it much better than XMMS, which was a Winamp clone for Linux, if you remember. Amarok nowadays can do almost everything you can expect in connection with your music.
10 April 2020, 8:46 pm

Our little Hungarian Linux T-shirt shop
11 years ago, on the 2nd of May 2009, we opened our local Hungarian Linux T-shirt shop, PingvinBolt. The name means "Penguin Shop" in pure translation. Before this time we had many Linux T-shirt projects, where people could get their Linux shirts, but there was no permanent, stable place to order at any time.
6 April 2020, 4:16 pm

How to upgrade your Xubuntu flash drive to 19.04 LTS
Upgrading your Xubuntu flash drive to the newest version of Xubuntu is very simple. Follow the steps carefully, and you can use your new Xubuntu right from the flash drive in Live mode, or you can install it within some minutes.
You can do this with almost every flash drive as well, which is bigger than the freshest Xubuntu installation image.
4 June 2019, 10:28 am

How to upgrade your Ubuntu MATE flash drive to 19.04
Here you can find the instructions how to upgrade your Ubuntu MATE flash drive to 19.04.
4 June 2019, 6:38 am

Here is how we shipped your Linux shirt years ago
In the very beginning, we were a local Linux t-shirt store in Hungary.
12 May 2019, 11:21 am

Linux penguin t-shirts
Some of our great friends in the promotion of free software asked us why we don't make Linux shirts without the text "Linux" and with the penguin only.
29 April 2019, 3:29 pm

Do you remember StarOffice? Or OpenOffice?
When I started my Linux journey with SuSE Linux, the StarOffice suite was a part of the operating system. OpenOffice followed it, and now most of us are using LibreOffice backed by the Document Foundation. Recently, I signed a trademark agreement with the Document Foundation to make LibreOffice shirts and donate them a part of the price to make LibreOffice even better. Thanks Florian for making this happen!
14 April 2019, 3:34 pm

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