Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish


Syndicate content
Linux and Open Source news headlines
Updated: 1 hour 47 min ago

Linux - The beginning of the end

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 03:13:53 PM
Long story short, following a serious of expletive-drenched outbursts, bickering and other misunderstanding, Linus Torvalds has come forward with an apology, and has decided to temporarily step away from the leadership position as the benevolent dictator for life, to rest, reflect on his (rude) behavior, and seek help. In other words, this is a monumental moment in history.Most people (will) focus on the expletives part of this incident and the subsequent apology, but they are actually missing the bigger picture. It's not about the use of the English language, it is what will happen because of the use of that language. It's about the future of the Linux kernel.

Open-source alt-droid wants to know if it's still leaking data to Google

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 01:59:33 PM
/e/, a Google-free fork of Android, reached a milestone this month with its initial ROM release. It's available for download, so you can kick the tires, with nightly builds delivered via OTA (over the air) updates.

Hyperledger Hackfest

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 12:45:13 PM
The primary goal for a Hackfest is to facilitate software development collaboration and knowledge sharing between participants, with an eye towards reflecting all ideas and conclusions back outward to the public open source community afterward.

How Linux Logo "Tux" Came About

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 10:16:32 AM
Linux is a very popular topic among computer geeks, especially FOSS enthusiast. It is a kernel that manages the computer hardware at the lowest level. Many associates Linux as another popular Operating System like Microsoft Windows and OS X. It is invented by a Finnish computer science student Linus Torvalds on September 17, 1991, and around that time, there arose the need for creating a Linux logo in the year 1996.

How to install SOPlanning on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 09:02:12 AM
SOPlanning is a free, open source and Simple Online Planning tool specially designed to efficiently organize projects and tasks. In this tutorial, I am going to explain how to install SOPlanning on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS server.

Deutsche Telekom's and Aricent's Open Source Edge Software Platform for 5G

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 07:47:52 AM
Big telecoms want to make sure that when 5G is rolled out wholesale, that data centers are ready to handle expected new use cases from the edge. To make sure of that, they're developing software designed to get the job done and are releasing it as open source.

Linux Code of Conduct, Librem Key, Quirky, Solus, Krita, Mir, elementary | This Week in Linux 38

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 06:33:32 AM
on TWinL38: Linux CoC, Librem Key, Quirky, Solus, Krita AMA, Mir 1.0, elementary OS Juno Beta 2, Fedora 29 Beta, Escuelas Linux, Game Development Book Bundle, Fanatical's Bundle Blast & more

Python libraries for data science, Linux firewalls, Raspberry Pi NAS, openmediavault, Syncthing, microservices, and more

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 05:19:11 AM
Recently we added two new cheat sheets to our growing cheat sheet collection:Learn the i3 Linux window manager shortcuts Python 3.7 beginner's cheat sheetDo you have an idea for a new cheat sheet? Let us know about it: more

Ubuntu Minimal Install

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 04:04:51 AM
Today we will be going over the installation of the minimalist version of Ubuntu 18.04. You may be thinking of a minimalistic version of a Linux distro as the bare minimum version of a system. If so, you would be correct. The system we are going to install from comes in a 64MB ISO image.

How to Install Bolt CMS on Debian 9

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 02:50:31 AM
Bolt CMS is a simple and flexible Open Source content management system written in PHP. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to install and configure the latest version of Bolt CMS on Debian 9 on top of a LAMP stack.

Learn the i3 Linux window manager shortcuts

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 01:36:10 AM
The i3 window manager is a lightweight tiling window manager for the Linux operating system. For more information about i3, check out this article: 5 reasons the i3 window manager makes Linux better. If you are ready to start with i3, check out Getting started with the i3 window manager on more

Redefining Security Technology in Zephyr and Fuchsia

Tuesday 25th of September 2018 12:21:50 AM
If you’re worried about the fact that Edward Snowden’s old employer is helping to write next generation OSes that could run our lives in 10 years, consider the upsides. First, since these are open source projects, any nefarious backdoors would be clearly visible. Second, the NSA knows a thing or two about security.

ModSecurity and nginx

Monday 24th of September 2018 11:07:30 PM
nginx is the web server that's replacing Apache in more and more of theworld's websites. Until now, nginx has not been able to benefit from thesecurity ModSecurity provides. Here's how to install ModSecurityand get it working with nginx.

How many programming languages have you used?

Monday 24th of September 2018 09:53:10 PM
Machines speak one language, but us humans, speak many different ones... programming languages, that is... from Python to Go to JavaScript and many more. It all got started with Grace Hopper."The most damaging phrase in the language is: It's always been done that way."read more

How to Install Nextcloud 14 on Debian 9

Monday 24th of September 2018 08:38:50 PM
Nextcloud is a self-hosted file sharing application that allows you to store your data, such as files, contacts, images, calendars, news and more. Using Nextcloud to store your documents can remove your need for using third-party hosting software like Dropbox, Google Drive, iCloud. In this article, we will install Nextcloud 14 on Debian 9, with Apache web server, MariaDB and PHP 7.0.

How to Install Custom Fonts on a Ubuntu System

Monday 24th of September 2018 07:24:30 PM
In this article, we will explain how to add and use a downloaded font on your Ubuntu 18.04 LTS system.

5 ways to play old-school games on a Raspberry Pi

Monday 24th of September 2018 06:10:09 PM
They don't make 'em like they used to, do they? Video games, I mean.Sure, there's a bit more grunt in the gear now. Princess Zelda used to be 16 pixels in each direction; there's now enough graphics power for every hair on her head. Today's processors could beat up 1988's processors in a cage-fight deathmatch without breaking a sweat.But you know what's missing? The more

Linux or Windows: 25 Things You Must Know While Choosing The Best Platform

Monday 24th of September 2018 04:55:49 PM
There are hundreds of Linux distributions available in the market which itself stands apart from the crowd and capable to compete with Windows OS or MacOS. In this article, I will tell you some of the best things to know when you go for choosing the best OS platform between Linux or Windows. So sit tight and get known all the facts and findings that are going to unchain you and let you feel the freedom.

How to create SWAP SPACE in Linux system

Monday 24th of September 2018 03:41:29 PM
Swap file or swap space is a file on Linux file-system that is used to hold programs or pages, in the event that the Physical memory aka RAM of the machine is full. Swap...

More in Tux Machines

Programming: Version Control With Git, 5 Things Your Team Should Do to Make Pull Requests Less Painful and More GitHub Workflow Automation

  • How to Use Git Version Control System in Linux [Comprehensive Guide]
    Version Control (revision control or source control) is a way of recording changes to a file or collection of files over time so that you can recall specific versions later. A version control system (or VCS in short) is a tool that records changes to files on a filesystem. There are many version control systems out there, but Git is currently the most popular and frequently used, especially for source code management. Version control can actually be used for nearly any type of file on a computer, not only source code.
  • 5 Things Your Team Should Do to Make Pull Requests Less Painful
    A user story is a short description of a unit of work that needs doing. It’s normally told from the perspective of the user, hence the name. The journey towards a good pull request starts with a well-written user story. It should be scoped to a single thing that a user can do in the system being built.
  • More GitHub workflow automation
    The more you use computers, the more you see the potentials for automating everything. Who doesn't love that? By building Mergify those last months, we've decided it was time bring more automation to the development workflow.

today's howtos

Games: Cultist Simulator, Planetary Annihilation: TITANS, CrossOver 18, Updated Proton 3.16 Beta, Descenders, Bridge Constructor Portal, Train Valley 2, Sipho

Today in Techrights