Introducing Kubic: A Community-Driven Container-as-a-Service Platform

MicroOS is SUSE's modern and slightly different take on cluster computing for containers and microservices. This is what you ought to know about it...
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Linux Installation Types: Server Vs. Desktop

I have previously covered obtaining and installing Ubuntu Linux, and this time I will touch on desktop and server installations. Both types of...
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Chakra Linux
The Chakra Linux environment has slowly morphed into its own beast, a unique merging of ideologies and designs that deliver a solid and beautiful experience.

Chakra Linux: Its Own Beast, Its Own Beauty

There are so many Linux distributions available—so many, in fact, that it can become a bit of a challenge to find the one right for you. After you’ve...
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Linus Torvalds
To understand the widespread use of Linux today, you need to know the history of the larger free and open source universe.

For Fun and Profit: A New Book on the History of Linux and Open Source

Twenty-six years ago this month, a geeky student in Finland released the Linux kernel to the world. Today, hundreds of millions of people are using...
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Red Hat Secures Networking Flaws in OpenStack, the Linux Kernel

Red Hat has fixed an important vulnerability in the OpenStack subsystem that’s used to manage network connectivity to and from virtual machines. If...
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Dumping Windows and Installing Linux Mint, in Just 10 Minutes

One of my older netbook computers, an Acer Aspire V5, is still being used by my partner. It still runs Windows 7, but it has been acting up very...
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pdd - Tool to Find Date and Time Difference in Linux Command Line

In some occasions where you want to check by how many years someone older than you, how old you are (in days, years or months), the countdown to an...
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Ubuntu 17.10 Will Have an Always Visible Dock, Wayland Session by Default

GNOME Project's GUADEC (GNOME Users And Developers European Conference) developer conference is now over, and Canonical's Didier Roche was there to...
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Online privacy
Leave no tracks with Tails 3, an easy way to ensure online privacy.

Tails 3 Offers Easy Anonymity for All

If you’re seriously concerned about privacy, you want to ensure you’re doing all the right things and not leaving behind a trace of what you’ve...
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Red Hat's Boltron Snaps Together a Modular Linux Server

Red Hat’s ongoing experiments with making its Linux distributions more modular and flexible have yielded a new sub-distribution of Fedora. Dubbed...
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