computerweekly.com: A robust IT platform is critical for Nexor, which provides IT services and email gateways to defence and intelligence and government organisations. But the company was finding it increasingly difficult to deliver IT services and develop products on an ageing, proprietary operating system. It overcame the IT limitations by migrating to the open source Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system (OS).
theregister.co.uk: It might be dubbed "unbreakable", but Oracle’s Unbreakable Linux website is certainly stoppable.
arstechnica.com: The new Pwn Plug looks less like a DC power supply plug—the form factor of its predecessor—and more like a small Wi-Fi access point or router. But inside, it's really a Linux-powered NSA-in-a-box, providing white hat hackers and corporate network security professionals a "drop box" system that can be remotely controlled over a covert Internet channel or a cellular data connection.
datamation.com: Nobody has noticed until now, but sometime in the first months of 2013, the Linux desktop slipped into a new era. So far, though, the characteristics of that era have been haphazardly defined—when they have been defined at all.
techrepublic.com: New and evolving technologies are creating unprecedented opportunities for smaller companies.
siliconangle.com: IBM just pulled the curtains back on the PowerLinux 7R4, an open system that sports a scaled-down version of Watson’s brain.
- Linux 3.11 Kernel Power Use Still Being Investigated
- Beggar Varghese
- Arch Linux: Letting You Build Your Linux System From Scratch
- Microlinux Enterprise Desktop revisited
- Tux3 Still Dreaming Of Design Improvements
- Even Cats Want to Learn more about Linux!
- Moving Gentoo docs to the wiki
- My Initial Thoughts/Experiences with ArchLinux
- First beta release of Debian Edu/Skolelinux Released
- Deploy Fedora over a network
- AV Linux 6.0.1 Screenshot Gallery
- Torvalds Is a Little Upset About Linux Kernel 3.11 RC3, Everything's Back to Normal
- The Linux Setup - Sebastian Feiler, Student
- Peppermint Four Review: The distro in the clouds
- Ubuntu Edge: A case of mistaken identity
hispanicbusiness.com: What do the International Space Station, the Czech Post Office, the French Parliament and the Turkish Government have in common? All have switched from using a proprietary Operating System (OS) on their computers to an 'open source' or free OS; or putting it simply: They have switched from Windows to a free OS called Linux. And they are not alone.
things-linux.blogspot: In my last article I described how to set up a Raspberry Pi as a network attached storage (NAS) device and UPnP media server. By the time I was done with that project I was so impressed with the power and flexibility of the Pi that I decided to order another unit and set it up to replace my Linux Mint-based home entertainment system computer.
thelinuxexperiment.com: In the ramp-up to the 2013 Linux Experiment, I got ambitious and decided to try not only FreeBSD as my official entry, but to install one or more versions of Linux at the office (so take that, anyone who says “Well FreeBSD isn’t Linux!” I’m aware.)