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Red Hat's Java Enterprise Edition middleware stack is now available on the company's Plaform-as-a-Service cloud.
That pointed to a disk is full situation. Not good! Now I have to find out what application or applications chewed up whatever free disk space I had left. That’s when I thought about the easiest tool to use when troubleshooting disk usage on a Linux server – ncdu.
After announcing the release of a new version of his Ubuntu-based ExTiX Linux operating system for Intel Compute Stick devices, Arne Exton today announced the availability of RaspArch Build 161205.
In 2017, Bryan Lunduke sees changes for the Linux desktop market, Canonical shifting its focus, changes for Ubuntu installation and more.
Today, I’m very honored to join Mozilla’s Board. Firefox is how I first got in contact with Mozilla. The browser was my first interaction with free and open source software. I downloaded it in 2004, not with any principled stance
Fedora 25 is now available on Dply. Dply is a new experimental cloud provider which lets you run an instance for two hours at a time — for free, with no catch.
PiCluster is a simple way to manage Docker containers on multiple hosts.
Final scheduled security update for Android in 2016 brings a long list of security fixes including 11 critical flaws.
This free guide explains in simple language how to get started with Bodhi Linux 4 and how to make the most of the Moksha desktop.
DFI announced an Intel Braswell based “BW051” Pico-ITX SBC with up to 8GB DDR3L, mini-PCIe, SATA 3.0, mSATA, and Linux support. DFI, which earlier this year tapped Intel’s “Braswell” generation of SoCs for its BW968 COM Express Compact Type 6 module, has now chosen Braswell for a Pico-ITX SBC. The 100 x 72mm BW051 ships […]
Suppose you are given a task to identify the processes that are using a particular file, and then kill them one by one - all this has to be done from the command line. What would you do? Well, if you are a command line newbie, I am sure you'd be clueless, asking around for help. But command line pros will likely have an idea that there exists a command line utility in Linux that lets you identify processes based on the files (or directories, or sockets) they are accessing. Not only that, the tool also allows you to kill these processes, so you don't have to use the kill or killall commands separately. The command line utility we're talking about is fuser.
The adoption of OpenStack in production environments has burgeoned,necessitating increased requirements for enhanced managementand seamlessly integrated enterprise capabilities.
This tutorial shows how to build an inexpensive Plex Media Player using Raspberry Pi 3 and RasPlex.
The Red Hat brand has long been tied to Linux. But when it comes to topics like software-defined storage, not so much. "That's a problem," says Red Hat cloud evangelist Thomas Cameron.In a five-minute lightning talk at All Things Open 2016 he highlights the company's work on open source projects other than Linux.read more
Lots of incremental rollup updates this week with new updates from SparkyLinux, Mageia and Peppermint
Choqok is a another great desktop app for Twitter client. Did you ever tried ?
Sysadmins, no matter what platforms they work on, are awash in great open source software tools. In this article, we highlight well-known—and not-so-well-known—tools that have released new versions in 2016.read more
Microsoft’s continued fascination with and participation in the effort to undermine Alice so as to make software patents, which the company uses to blackmail GNU/Linux vendors, widely acceptable and applicable again
Canonical's Snappy development team have released a new maintenance version of the Snapcraft 2.x tool that lets applications developers package their apps as Snap packages for Ubuntu and other GNU/Linux distros.
Linus Torvalds told the world that if it wanted a new Linux he needed a quiet week. But he didn't get it and now the world has an eighth release candidate of Linux 4.9 to consider.