softpedia: Curious to see the work done by the Linux Mint team and community in modernizing the KDE edition of the popular GNU/Linux operating system, we grabbed the 64-bit Live ISO image to get an early taste
Agilo's open source, Arduino Mega compatible "Evive" IoT prototyping and DAQ platform offers a 1.8-inch display, breadboard, analog controls, and more.
The challenges of hiring skilled employees in today's world, and how IT can help.
webupd8: Rclone is like Rsync for the cloud.
opensource.com: Find out how Read the Docs aims to make documentation a little easier.
WhatsApp is popular chat messenger used by 1 billion people around the globe.
ostechnix: phpMyAdmin is a free, open source web-based database management tool written using PHP programming language.
Nixcraft: How do I monitor the progress of dd on Linux?
tecmint: Clonezilla is one of the most popular backup tools for Linux.
NetworkWorld: If you're using a version of Linux based on the 4.6 series of the kernel, the software's lead maintainer has a message for you: It's time to upgrade.
hackerboards: Intel has launched a Linux-on-Atom powered "Aero Compute Board" and quadcopter, promising improved obstacle navigation based on Intel RealSense.
HowToForge: In this tutorial, I will show you how to create your own docker image with a dockerfile.
CIO.com: If you have an HDMI-enabled monitor sitting around, spend $30 on Pine 64 board and $10 on Wifi/Bluetooth module and build your own Android PC.
Nixcraft: Disk cloning is nothing but a mere process of creating an image of an entire disk.
FOSSforce: The big news in the single board computer realm recently hasn't been with the Raspberry Pi, but with actions centering around Arduino...;or should we say Arduinos?
EnterprisersProject: Three tips for addressing global talent gaps.
ostechnix: GNS3, a free, cross-platform, and open source graphical network simulator. It is one of the best simulator for those who are preparing for exams like Cisco CCNA, CCNP, CCIE, Juniper JNCIA, JNCIS and JNCIE.
Sysadmins who think the cloud is a buzzword and a bunch of hype should check out Ansible.
The Xen Project community had such a decision to make in the wake of the XSA-7 security issue about the project's security policy.
When I switched to Linux, one of the initial tasks was to know the processes running in the background.