Learn how you can use Perl as well as any other language on the Raspberry Pi.
HowToForge: Spacewalk manages software content updates for Red Hat derived distributions such as Fedora, CentOS, and Scientific Linux.
Once you've setup a virtual machine in QEMU using debootstrap, there are a number of tools available for testing, tracing and debugging
An Indiegogo campaign is pitching a COM-like, 44.6 25.5mm "LicheePi Zero" SBC for $6 or $8 with WiFi that runs Linux on a 1.2GHz, Cortex-A7 Allwinner V3.
LinuxCareer: In an ever-changing world, the data surrounding relational and non-relational databases is no different.
OSSblog: TinkerOS is a Linux distribution for the Asus Tinker Board based on Debian.
Samba, the classic Linux/Unix Windows-compatible file server, has been given a major update.
SpiderOak is especially meant for data backup in real time to safeguard your files from potential data loss and the risks of ransomeware.
MakeTechEasier: Gaming is not the forte of Linux, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy great games.
This article will help you understand package naming convention followed while naming RPM or DEB packages.
Phoronix: Progress is being made with running Unreal Engine 4 for VR on Linux with SteamVR.
LinuxPlanet: An interesting week of incremental updates
Linus Torvalds: As usual, the week after rc1 tends to be fairly quiet when people are still looking for bugs and taking a breather after the merge window.
LinuxConfig: What if you would be able to perform a data compression four times faster, with the same compression ratio as you normally do.
ostechnix: 'script' command records everrything you do in the Terminal in Unix-like operating systems.
Learn how to resolve bad magic number in super-block error in Linux.
Learn package removal or un-install on yum or apt based system.
Opensource.com: GitHub is the great equalizer in the world of searching for and interviewing for a job.
eWEEK: An easy to exploit remote code execution flaw was discovered in the widely used open-source Apache Struts 2 framework. Though it has been patched, that's not stopping attackers from attempting to exploit vulnerable systems.
Should the U.S. armed forces begin releasing software under an OSI approved open source license rather than as public domain?