Raspberry Pi Today: There are some seriously cool Raspberry Pi-powered products on the way.
techarena: Once you have your application server up and running, you are going to need a good email server to deliver your emails.
eWEEK: Cisco, Akamai, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Mozilla and others join together in a new effort to expand cryptography use on the Web.
tuxarena: jEdit is written in Java so you will need to have OpenJDK installed.
xmodulo: This procedure uses Debian Jessie (their testing distribution) as the host OS (also known as Dom0).
FOSSforce: We conduct classes for people who want to learn how to effectively use a computer.
LinuxPlanet: Yes we know, PC-BSD isn't Linux, it's BSD (actually FreeBSD to be precise), but aside from the kernel, it shares many of the same tools than any Linux distribution will include.
Small Business Computing: The Web browser acts as the gateway for a myriad of online services these days.
EveryDayLinuxUser: I was preparing to write about the latest Lubuntu 14.10 release but instead decided to give the new Ubuntu MATE edition a go after seeing it in action as a live distribution on my far more powerful Toshiba Satellite Pro.
tecmint: SCP is used to copy file(s) between servers in secure way.
Datamation: Over the past year, I've spent more time than ever using rolling release Linux distributions
ZDnet: Microsoft is finally getting real about open-source software.
OpenSource.com: Revolutionizing American agribusiness from the ground up, one seed at a time.
NextStep4IT: With the help of shutter we can take the screenshot of a particular area, window and full screen
xmodulo: If you need to use multiple Linux distributions, you do not have so many options.
softpedia: The Linux Mint team is working on a Debian-based version of their distribution and it looks like things are coming along.
Business Insider: A tiny startup called Docker, which launched a mere 19 months ago and gives its software away for free, has become a huge industry phenom.
ServerWatch: With little movement in the list, a number of key trends remains the same. Among those trends is the fact that Linux continues to dominate, with 485 out of the top 500 systems.
Linus Torvalds: rc5 is clearly bigger than rc4 was. Oh well.
RedMonk: Given the recent affinity for permissive licensing, however, amongst major open source projects such as Cloud Foundry, Docker, Hadoop, Node.js or OpenStack, it’s worth revisiting the question of license choices.