This Week in Linux News: New Linux Foundation edX Course, Next-Gen Linux ATMs, and More


Screen Shot 2015-06-04 at 9.51.33 AMThis week in Linux news, the Linux Foundation’s new “Essentials of Linux System Administration” with edX is released, future ATMs could run Linux, and more. Keep reading for the latest Linux headlines.

1) A new Linux Foundation course, Essentials of Linux Systems Administration (LFS201), offered on the online edX platform responds to industry demand for Linux talent.

Linux is Becoming a Key Software Skill– Electronics Weekly

2)  Next-generation ATM architecture may favor Linux or Android.

ATM Industry Endorses Windows 10, But Future Cash Machines Could Run Android or Linux– The Inquirer

3) Microsoft to support the OpenSSH Community.

Windows Will Make it Easier to Remote-Control Linux PCs– Engadget

 4) Automotive Grade Linux announces the first in-vehicle infotainment software specification requirements.

Auto Grade Linux Steers Closer to an In-Car Infotainment Standard– LinuxInsider

5) The next LTS (Long Term Support) version of the Linux kernel will be 4.1, currently in development. 

Linux Kernel 4.1 Will Be the Next LTS Version– Softpedia