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Tips to Secure Your Network in the Wake of KRACK

Wednesday 18th of October 2017 01:46:34 PM
Title: Tips to Secure Your Network in the Wake of KRACK18 OctLearn more

Open Source Edge Computing Powers IoT

Tuesday 17th of October 2017 02:00:08 PM
Title: Open Source Edge Computing Powers IoT 17 OctLearn more

DevOps Skills Are Key to Collaboration within Organizations

Monday 16th of October 2017 01:05:21 PM
Title: DevOps Skills Are Key to Collaboration within Organizations16 OctLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: OpenMessaging Project Launches, Hyperledger Offers MOOC & More

Friday 13th of October 2017 03:00:44 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: OpenMessaging Project Launches, Hyperledger Offers MOOC & More13 OctLearn more

Top 10 Open Source Linux Robots

Friday 13th of October 2017 01:45:09 PM
Title: Top 10 Open Source Linux Robots13 OctLearn more

NixOS Linux Lets You Configure Your OS Before Installing

Friday 13th of October 2017 01:00:36 PM
Title: NixOS Linux Lets You Configure Your OS Before Installing13 OctLearn more

Linux Networking Hardware for Beginners: Think Software

Thursday 12th of October 2017 01:00:40 PM
Title: Linux Networking Hardware for Beginners: Think Software12 OctLearn more

Sneak Peak: ODPi Webinar on Data Governance - The Why and the How

Wednesday 11th of October 2017 01:30:29 PM

We all use metadata everyday. You may have found this blog post through a search, leveraging metadata tags / keywords. Metadata allows data practitioners to use data outside the application that created it, find the right data sets, and automate governance processes. Metadata today has proven value, yet many data platforms do not have metadata support.

In Device We Trust: Measure Twice, Compute Once with Xen, Linux, TPM 2.0 and TXT

Tuesday 10th of October 2017 04:03:13 PM
Title: In Device We Trust: Measure Twice, Compute Once with Xen, Linux, TPM 2.0 and TXT10 OctLearn more

This Week in Open Source: Linux Foundation Launches Open Source Networking Event Series, Skype For Linux Keeps Expanding, & More

Friday 6th of October 2017 03:03:05 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source: Linux Foundation Launches Open Source Networking Event Series, Skype For Linux Keeps Expanding, & More6 OctLearn more

4 Best Linux Distros for Older Hardware

Friday 6th of October 2017 01:03:16 PM
Title: 4 Best Linux Distros for Older Hardware6 OctLearn more

Linux Networking Hardware for Beginners: LAN Hardware

Thursday 5th of October 2017 01:00:03 PM
Title: Linux Networking Hardware for Beginners: LAN Hardware5 OctLearn more

Secure Your Container Data With Ephemeral Docker Volumes

Monday 2nd of October 2017 03:00:14 PM
Title: Secure Your Container Data With Ephemeral Docker Volumes2 OctLearn more

What You Missed at the Diversity Empowerment Summit

Monday 2nd of October 2017 01:17:40 PM
Title: What You Missed at the Diversity Empowerment Summit2 OctLearn more

ZorinOS Is a Great Linux Desktop For Any User

Friday 29th of September 2017 01:00:30 PM
Title: ZorinOS Is a Great Linux Desktop For Any User29 SepLearn more

This Week in Open Source News: 4 Ways to Build an Open Source Community, Change Healthcare Working With Hyperledger & More

Friday 29th of September 2017 12:45:29 PM
Title: This Week in Open Source News: 4 Ways to Build an Open Source Community, Change Healthcare Working With Hyperledger & More29 SepLearn more

Librem 5 Leads New Wave of Open Source Mobile Linux Contenders

Friday 29th of September 2017 12:00:36 PM
Title: Librem 5 Leads New Wave of Open Source Mobile Linux Contenders29 SepLearn more

Network Functions Virtualization: All Roads Lead to OPNFV

Thursday 28th of September 2017 01:23:18 PM
Title: Network Functions Virtualization: All Roads Lead to OPNFV28 SepLearn more

Jazz Up lm-sensors with Graphics and Notifications

Wednesday 27th of September 2017 01:00:28 PM
Title: Jazz Up lm-sensors with Graphics and Notifications27 SepLearn more

Redirecting Network Traffic: Part 2

Tuesday 26th of September 2017 01:49:41 PM
Title: Redirecting Network Traffic: Part 226 SepLearn more

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The most promising linux distributions in 2017

Linux distributions have already gained recognition of its users and with every year new products appear in the market. Many of them focus on the certain tasks, so you can’t create a single list of the best ones. Here we have chosen several fields of Linux use and those distributions that have all chances to take the initial positions in their niche in 2017. Read more

Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) released

Codenamed "Artful Aardvark", Ubuntu 17.10 continues Ubuntu's proud tradition of integrating the latest and greatest open source technology into a high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution. As always, the team has been hard at work through this cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs. Under the hood, there have been updates to many core packages, including a new 4.13-based kernel, glibc 2.26, gcc 7.2, and much more. Ubuntu Desktop has had a major overhaul, with the switch from Unity as our default desktop to GNOME3 and gnome-shell. Along with that, there are the usual incremental improvements, with newer versions of GTK and Qt, and updates to major packages like Firefox and LibreOffice. Read more Also: Ubuntu 17.10 Debuts Officially with GNOME 3.26 on Top of Wayland, Linux 4.13 How to: Upgrade Ubuntu 17.04 to Ubuntu 17.10 Ubuntu 17.10 ISOs Officially Released 10 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 17.10 Ubuntu 17.10 Now Available to Download, This Is What’s New How to Enable Night Light on Ubuntu 17.10 Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark Released With New Features — Download Torrents And ISO Files Here Ubuntu Flavors, Including Ubuntu MATE 17.10, Are Available to Download Ubuntu 17.10 'Artful Aardvark' ditches Unity for Gnome

Top 7 open source terminal emulators for Linux

Are you a system administrator, Linux power user, or someone who just spends a lot of time at the command line? Chances are your choice of terminal emulator says something about you. Do you prefer something lightweight? Full of features and customizable options? Or do you just use the default that ships with your distribution? If you're not familiar with terminal emulator clients, essentially they are graphical applications that give you shell access to your machine. By using a text-mode interface to your computer, you can unleash the true power of Linux and the many applications that provide fast, efficient, and customizable control over its every function, not to mention many utilities that system administrators and developers rely on for their day-to-day work. To get to the shell from your system's graphical interface, you need a terminal emulator. Read more