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System76 Thelio computer is open source, Linux-powered, and made in the USA

Thursday 1st of November 2018 05:38:47 PM

betanews: Wowow new System76.

Podman: A more secure way to run containers

Thursday 1st of November 2018 05:00:00 PM

Podman uses a traditional fork/exec model (vs. a client/server model) for running containers.

KRS: A new tool for gathering Kubernetes resource statistics

Thursday 1st of November 2018 04:42:37 PM

Zero-configuration tool simplifies gathering information, such as how many pods are running in a certain namespace.

How to develop functions-as-a-service with Apache OpenWhisk

Thursday 1st of November 2018 04:41:45 PM

Write your functions in popular languages and build components using containers.

Getting started with OKD on your Linux desktop

Thursday 1st of November 2018 04:41:07 PM

Try out OKD, the community edition of the OpenShift container platform, with this tutorial.

Install and Enable DNSCrypt Proxy 2 in Ubuntu 18.04 Or 18.10 / Debian Unstable Or Testing [How To]

Thursday 1st of November 2018 04:00:00 PM

LinuxUprising: DNSCrypt is a network protocol which authenticates and encrypts Domain Name System (DNS) traffic between the user's computer and recursive name servers.

Klavaro - A Flexible Typing Tutor for Both Kids and Adults

Thursday 1st of November 2018 03:00:00 PM

Klavaro is a libre, user-friendly, and customizable typing tutor for improving your typing speed, flexibility, and accuracy.

Elementary OS 5.0 (Juno) Installation Guide with Screenshots

Thursday 1st of November 2018 02:00:00 PM

LinuxTechi: Elementary OS is one of the exciting Linux distribution based on Ubuntu.

How Do We Find Out The Installed Packages Came From Which Repository?

Thursday 1st of November 2018 01:00:00 PM

2DayGeek: Simple ways to check the repo name for the installed package.

How to Install TIG Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Thursday 1st of November 2018 12:00:00 PM

HowToForge: Learn how to install and configure the TIG Stack (Telegraf, InfluxDB, and Grafana) using a single Ubuntu 18.04 Server.

Introducing Zink, an OpenGL implementation on top of Vulkan

Thursday 1st of November 2018 06:00:00 AM

Zink is a Mesa Gallium driver that leverages the existing OpenGL implementation in Mesa to provide hardware accelerated OpenGL when only a Vulkan driver is available.

GNOME 3.30.2 Desktop Environment Released as the Last in the Series, Update Now

Thursday 1st of November 2018 02:00:00 AM

Initially planned for an October 24 release, the GNOME 3.30.2 packages are now officially available to everyone who wants to install or update to the latest and most advanced GNOME desktop environment release, GNOME 3.30.

Review: Dell Precision 5530 with Ubuntu 18.10

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 10:00:00 PM

LinuxUplugged: Loaded with stock Ubuntu 16.04 it's fine, if not a bit boring.

What a Coding Dojo taught me about agile

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 09:00:00 PM

It's essential to value individuals and interactions over processes and tools. Here's why.

How open source hardware increases security

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 08:00:00 PM

Want to boost cybersecurity at your organization? Switch to open source hardware.

8 creepy commands that haunt the terminal

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 07:00:00 PM

Welcome to the spookier side of Linux.

3 scary sysadmin stories

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 06:00:00 PM

opensource.com: Terrifying ghosts are hanging around every data center, just waiting to haunt the unsuspecting sysadmin.

Criptext Is A New Encrypted Email Service That Doesn't Store Your Emails *

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 05:00:00 PM

LinuxUprising: The service uses the open source Signal Protocol to encrypt emails from end to end.

Linux xz Command Tutorial for Beginners (7 Examples)

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 04:00:00 PM

HowToForge: There are several ways to compress and decompress files in Linux.

Textile - simple lightweight markup language

Wednesday 31st of October 2018 03:00:00 PM

LinuxLinks: Textile is a lightweight and simple markup language that makes it easy to structure content for articles, blogs, wikis, and documentation.

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