In the previous article, I gave an overview of how I've managed to go mobile. In this installment, I'm going to talk about the software I'm using on my different devices.
In the previous articles, I talked about my mobile setup and how I'm able to continue working on the go. In this final installment, I'll talk about how to securely install and configure the software I'm using.
This week in Linux news, a LinuxCon veteran shares 6 reasons why people with disabilities should use Linux, VMware announces its new container-friendly Linux OS, and more. Here are 5 top headlines from this week.
Use these devices as media players, desktop replacements, or for signage and/or other embedded applications.
I have known Sam Ramji since his days spreading open source religion at Microsoft. At that time, Linux and Microsoft were clearly on opposite ends of the spectrum, but Sam had the courage to step into the lion’s den and keynote the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit.
Every update to every package -- all 20,000 -- in Fedora goes through Git.
Quick quiz: How do you know which version of Linux you are using? Which kernel? Which distribution? Which release of your distribution?
GitHub is a great service, however there are some limitations and restrictions, especially if you are an individual or a small player. In cases like these or when you want more control, the best path is to run Git on your own server.
This week in Linux news, details of the new Linux-GoPro Drone from 3D Robotics are shared, Linux 4.0 is released, and more. Here are five of the most current headlines in Linux news.
GNOME 3.16 is the single most polished iteration of the GNOME desktop to date. In fact, I would go so far as to say this might well be the sleekest Linux desktop to ever be produced.
Open source software is more accessible to enterprises and OEMs, and has multiplied its impact across many industries. The results from the 2015 Future of Open Source Survey confirm that the rate of adoption and participation by companies of all sizes has reached an all-time high.
Linus Torvalds this week released the Linux 4.0 kernel -- a relatively small release that still holds some interesting new features. It's also a milestone for the project in a few unintentional ways, which Torvalds spells out in his 4.0 release notes.
Canonical's first commercially available Ubuntu phone, the BQ Aquaris E4.5, hit Europe last week. Here are some of the features for users and developers that set Canonical's new Ubuntu phones apart.
As new corporate members of The Linux Foundation, NI will be contributing to the PREEMPT_RT real-time Linux patchset – a key underpinning of the company's cutting edge products.
The CuBox is a 2-inch cubed ARM machine that can be used as a set-top box, a small NAS or database server, or in many other interesting applications.
3DRobotics has announced its first Linux-based drone, a Solo quadcopter touted as the first Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) to support full control of GoPro cameras and deliver live-streaming HD video to mobile devices.
Git has changed the way that software is built -- including the Ceph open source distributed storage platform, says Ceph Creator Sage Weil. Ceph has used the Git revision control system for seven years after switching from SVN. It has changed the project’s work flow and how they think about code.
Why Puppet Labs uses Git, their Git success stories, and pro tips for using the open source tool.
Tor Project Director and Chief Architect Nick Mathewson's daily work flow is built around Git, he says.