Here are the Top 10 Linux.com articles of 2016:
Categories in this annual distribution roundup included best comeback distro, most customizable, best-looking, best for privacy, and more.
A comparison of Plasma, GNOME, Unity, Cinnamon, and more.
Conky is a system monitor that can display information about your CPU, memory, swap, disk space, temperature, top, upload, download, system messages… the list goes on and on.
Use a live distribution to test whether Linux is right for you, or carry around a Linux distribution to use at your discretion.
Set up Google Authenticator for your Linux desktop or server.
Microsoft announced support for the Unix Bash shell on Windows, providing developers and administrators with an important tool for managing Unix and Linux servers.
“Dirty COW” is a serious Linux kernel vulnerability that was recently discovered to have been lurking in the code for more than nine years.
The skills employers are most aggressively seeking include DevOps, systems administration, and network administration.
Nextcloud has a ready-to-install open source server that offers the same functionality as ownCloud as well as a newfound focus on apps.
An introduction to Docker Volumes and Docker Networks, which can be specified in the YAML file describing a Compose application.