opensource.com: Sysadmin and developer Jim Salter started out on Windows, but discovered the power of Linux as a consultant.
tecmint: The Linux command line is attractive and fascinating, and there exists a flock of Linux user who are addicted to it.
Phoronix: The developers working on OpenMandriva are trying to make it easier for Linux users to run the latest games.
softpedia: Git 2.5.3 is a small release
Kodi 15.2 will be the second point release of the 15.x series of the world's most acclaimed open-source media center software, formerly known as XBMC Media Center.
PC World: Installing Linux on a Chromebook isn't difficult--if you know what you're doing.
Ars: Still small compared to Windows, OS X, but there was a Linux-exclusive launch in July.
Linus Torvalds: We're on the usual Sunday schedule, and -rc2 is out there.
LinuxPitStop: Wetty provides terminal access within web browser.
FreedomPenguin: Allow me to let you in on a little secret - I have never used PuTTY or PuTTYGen. All of my key generation has always been done in the Linux command line.
To be honest I had expected that the TurnKey v14.0 release would have been finished months ago.
Phoronix: While many users and developers out there are looking for a time when Wayland rules the Linux desktop, Keith Packard remains focused on bettering X11/X.Org and keeping it going.
LinuxInsider: The latest release of ExTiX offers a new spin on an old desktop environment and exhibits a passion for speed and ease of use.
CodeGuru: Building a clock with Arduino is easier than you think.
PC World: Catalyst 15.9 is the latest AMD Linux driver since Catalyst 15.7, which was released back on July 8.
In this guide we are going to look at how to use a script and scriptreplay commands in Linux that can help you to record commands and their output printed on your terminal during a given session.
InternetNews.com: From the 'oxidized programming' files