The first time I heard the word “coopetition” (“cooperation” and “competition” combined)... I wanted to kill it with fire. But the idea… the idea is a glorious one.
How does this beefed up new Raspberry Pi 2 compare to other substantial ARM machines? Let’s boot it up in Raspbian, run it through some standard graphics and performance tests, and gain access to those 40 GPIO pins.
Two interesting new system-on-chips that combine Linux-friendly ARM Cortex-A cores with microcontroller units (MCUs) debuted at Embedded World in Nuremberg this week.
For the longest time, the only VOIP client of note was Skype. That doesn’t mean it's your only choice.
Tejun Heo is a Linux kernel developer and a principal software engineer at Red Hat. In this video he takes us on a tour of his home office and answers a few questions about his work as a kernel subsystem maintainer.
Today let's use our knowledge of the OpenStack API to put to use an OpenStack SDK.
Jon Corbet, Linux kernel contributor and Editor of LWN.net, presented his kernel report at Collaboration Summit today. Here are the highlights.
KDE is, in my opinion, the most advanced desktop environment around; and I am going to uncover why in this article.
The OpenChain work group at The Linux Foundation aims to create a set of compliance best practices for companies to follow internally.
New workloads and creative developers are gravitating to the dynamic world of Linux. Here are IBM Power Systems Manager Doug Balog's thoughts on what the year has in store for Linux.
The LibreOffice suite of tools includes a very powerful database application ─ one that happens to be incredibly user-friendly. These databases can be managed/edited by any user and data can be entered by anyone using a LibreOffice-generated form.
The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2015 took place Feb. 18-20 in Santa Rosa, Calif.
Here are some of the best quotes from a panel discussion between PaaS experts from Red Hat, Google, Cisco, and Cloud Foundry.
The arrival last week of Linaro's open source 96Boards specification -- ARM's first pseudo-official SBC form factor standard -- shows that ARM is serious about bringing order to the chaotic ARM hacker board scene.
Drones are no longer just flying robots -- they're sensors in the sky, part of the Internet of Things and big data, said Chris Anderson, CEO of 3DRobotics, in his Collaboration Summit keynote on Wednesday.
Working with Jon Corbet and Greg Kroah-Hartman to produce the ‘Who Writes Linux’ report is one of the most important research projects we do, as it surfaces important data and trends that offer some insight into how the Linux kernel development process is going and informs collaborative development practices across the industry. As the world’s largest collaborative development project, Linux can teach us much. What we’re learning from this year’s data is that there are more developers working on Linux than ever. More than 12,000 individuals have contributed to Linux since 2005 and more than 4,000 contributed in just the...
The Linux Foundation's live video stream of Collaboration Summit keynotes will be available on Wednesday, Feb. 18, starting at 9:00 a.m. PST. (Login required.)
Swapnil Bhartiya gives his top Linux distributions in 11 categories, including the best distros for server, laptop, desktop, privacy, audio/visual, and more.
Sometimes data has to be recovered. When that tragedy strikes, it’s good to know you have the tools on hand to get the job done. Thankfully, Linux is no stranger to data recovery.
Apache Mesos is one of a select group of open source projects shaping the future of enterprise cloud infrastructure and distributed computing. It's also a great project to get involved in. Contributors at all experience levels are invited to submit patches, attend a local Mesos user group meeting, and participate in the project's second annual conference, MesosCon.