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Clear Linux
Clear Linux was designed specifically for the cloud while best leveraging Intel hardware; Jack Wallen takes a closer look.

Clear Linux Makes a Strong Case for Your Next Cloud Platform

There are so many Linux distributions available, some of which are all-purpose and some that have a more singular focus. Truth be told, you can take most general distributions and turn them into purpose-driven platforms. But, when it comes to things like cloud and IoT, most prefer distributions...
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A SysAdmin's Guide to SELinux: 42 Answers to the Big Questions

"It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem…" ―Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Security. Hardening. Compliance. Policy. The Four Horsemen of the SysAdmin Apocalypse. In addition to our daily tasks—monitoring, backup, implementation, tuning,...
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open source certification
Certification is more important than ever; read why in this series highlighting the career benefits of verified open source training.

5 Reasons Open Source Certification Matters More Than Ever

In today’s technology landscape, open source is the new normal, with open source components and platforms driving mission-critical processes and everyday tasks at organizations of all sizes. As open source has become more pervasive, it has also profoundly impacted the job market. Across industries...
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SBC-based clusters
SBC-based clusters built on Raspberry Pi have been around for years. Other open-spec hacker boards, however, can offer higher computer power and faster networking at the same or lower price.

SBC Clusters — Beyond Raspberry Pi

Cluster computers constructed of Raspberry Pi SBCs have been around for years, ranging from supercomputer-like behemoths to simple hobbyist rigs. More recently, we’ve seen cluster designs that use other open-spec hacker boards, many of which offer higher computer power and faster networking at the...
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How to Easily Purge Unwanted Repositories in Linux

After a year of so of working with Ubuntu Linux (or derivative such as Elementary OS), I almost always find myself with a number of repositories from software I may have installed and removed or never really needed in the first place. That means /etc/apt/sources.d can get pretty crowded and the apt...
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Robolinux
Robolinux lets you create a Windows virtual machine that can run side by side with Linux -- no more dual booting.

Robolinux Lets You Easily Run Linux and Windows Without Dual Booting

The number of Linux distributions available just keeps getting bigger. In fact, in the time it took me to write this sentence, another one may have appeared on the market. Many Linux flavors have trouble standing out in this crowd, and some are just a different combination of puzzle pieces joined...
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AGL
AGL outlines the architecture of a “virtualized software defined vehicle architecture” for UCB codebase in new white paper.

AGL Outlines Virtualization Scheme for the Software Defined Vehicle

Last August when The Linux Foundation’s Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) project released version 4.0 of its Linux-based Unified Code Base (UCB) reference distribution for automotive in-vehicle infotainment, it also launched a Virtualization Expert Group (EG-VIRT). The workgroup has now released a...
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Linux Shutdown Command

In this tutorial, we will show you how to use the shutdown utility through practical examples and detailed explanations of the most common shutdown options. The shutdown command brings the system down in a secure way. When the shutdown is initiated, all logged-in users and processes are notified...
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Open Source at 20: The Ubiquity of Shared Code

“Why is open source important? That’s like asking why is gravity important,” stated Brian Behlendorf, a leading figure in the open-source software movement, and executive director for the blockchain consortium Hyperledger. While this year marks the 20th anniversary of open source, it is hard to...
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​The Linux Mint Desktop Continues to Lead the Rest

You can keep your Windows 10 and macOS High Sierra. For me, Linux Mint 19 is not only the best Linux desktop, it's the best desktop. Period. End of statement. Why? Because its traditional windows, icons, menus, and pointers (WIMP) interface is a true pleasure to use. It's even more fun now, because...
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