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How to Implement Cloud-Native Computing with Kubernetes

Kubernetes and containers can speed up the development process while minimizing programmer and system administration costs, say representatives of the Open Container Initiative and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. To take advantage of Kubernetes and its related tools to run a cloud-native...
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Reuben Paul, co-founder of CyberShaolin, will speak at Open Source Summit in Prague, highlighting the importance of cybersecurity awareness for kids.

CyberShaolin: Teaching the Next Generation of Cybersecurity Experts

Reuben Paul is not the only kid who plays video games, but his fascination with games and computers set him on a unique journey of curiosity that led to an early interest in cybersecurity education and advocacy and the creation of CyberShaolin, an organization that helps children understand the...
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Puppy Linux
Puppy Linux is one of the best distributions for making older hardware feel new again. Check out Jack Wallen's other picks.

4 Best Linux Distros for Older Hardware

One of the many great aspects of the Linux operating system is its ability to bring new life to old hardware. This is not only a boon for your bottom line but also an environmentally sound philosophy. Instead of sending that older (still functioning) hardware to the trash heap, give it a second...
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The Four Layers of Programming Skills

When learning how to code for the first time, there's a common misconception that learning how to code is primarily about learning the syntax of a programming language. That is, learning how the special symbols, keywords, and characters must be written in the right order for the language to run...
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How To Deal With A DDoS Attack

You've got an irregularly high amount of traffic coming into your server. So much, in fact, that it's slowing down your server and other clients are timing out trying to access it. Looks like you're under a DDoS attack. DDoS, or distributed denial of service, is a specific way to attack and...
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Linux Commands for Managing, Partitioning, Troubleshooting

Managing Linux disks and the file systems that reside on them is something of an art – from initial setup to monitoring performance. How much do you need to know about disks to successfully manage a Linux system? What commands do what? How do you make good decisions about partitioning? What kind of...
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Solus OS
The Solus 3 Linux distribution makes the transition from any other platform a breeze, says Jack Wallen in this review.

Solus 3 Brings Maturity and Performance to Budgie

Back in 2016, the Solus developers announced they were switching their operating system over to a rolling release. Solus 3 marks the third iteration since that announcement and, in such a short time, the Solus platform has come a long way. But for many, Solus 3 would be a first look into this...
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3 Android Apps to Help You Learn Linux

Everyone learns in different ways. For some the best means is by doing, while for others it's all about reading. No matter your preference, there's an app for that. Even for learning the Linux operating system. That's right, Linux. If you're a systems administrator, an understanding of Linux has...
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Tips for Customizing Your New Linux Installation

I recently installed the latest release of Fedora 26 from scratch on a brand new laptop. If you've been using Linux for a while, you may opt to do upgrades instead of fresh installs to keep your preferences and configurations intact. After all, who wants to go searching for customizations every...
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Guide to Linux
The Guide to Linux app is not perfect, but it's a great tool to help you learn your way around Linux commands.

Guide to Linux App Is a Handy Tool for Every Level of Linux User

Remember when you first started out with Linux? Depending on the environment you’re coming from, the learning curve can be somewhat challenging. Take, for instance, the number of commands found in /usr/bin alone. On my current Elementary OS system, that number is 1,944. Of course, not all of those...
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