Ubuntu 15.10 is not an LTS (Long Term Support) release, which means that it has a short life support cycle of only 9 months.
Linux 4.4 is currently the most advanced LTS (Long Term Support) kernel branch
Scripting in Perl is quick and easy, and its portability makes your scripts amazingly useful.
HowToForge: Bluetooth headsets and speakers are now more popular than ever before, but getting them to work under Linux isn't always very clear.
FOSSforce: Jonathan Thomas has provided the world with OpenShot, a premiere video editing tool available for Linux, Mac and Windows.
pfSense 2.3.2 is here today to fix a total of 60 bugs that have been reported by users
Are you tired of the default icons for Ubuntu or Linux Mint?
nixcraft: How do I speed up my apt-get or apt command to download packages from multiple repos on a Ubuntu Linux 16.04 or 14.04 LTS server?
RTL has published a tutorial about creating a secure IoT platform based on its free "SharkSSL-lite" software, plus ARM mbed-enabled SBCs and a low cost VPS.
The Ubuntu Budgie Remix (budgie-remix) 16.04.1 is here one week after Canonical announced the first point release of its long-term supported Ubuntu 16.04 LTS distribution
Cinnamon is a desktop environment that is widely promoted by the Linux Mint team.
Calibre 2.63.0 arrives two weeks after the release of the previous maintenance update
How to make Git branches so you can safely conduct wild experiments
MATE HUD, a Unity HUD-like tool that allows searching through an application's menu
IPTraf is an ncurses-based IP LAN monitoring tool
techrights: Highlighting just two of the many entities that Microsoft (and partners) use in order to induce additional costs on Free (as in freedom) software
Datamation: So what's better IOS or Android?
EnterprisersProject: Five tips to help IT leaders get buy-in on a major undertaking.
softpedia: A couple of days ago, Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux 4.7 kernel, and we were very curious to know which distribution will be the first to adopt it.
ostechnix: Systemback allows you to restore Ubuntu Desktop and Server to previous working state.