All Blogs / Technology / Programming / Linux Development / Popular

?Linus Torvalds slams CTS Labs over AMD vulnerability report

Linux's creator said he thinks CTS Labs' AMD chip security report "looks more like stock manipulation than a security advisory" and questions an industry.

Things You Never Knew About Your Operating System

The advent of computers has brought about a revolution in our daily life. From computers that were so huge to fit in a room, we have come a very long way to desktops and even palmtops. These machines have become our virtual lockers, and a life without these network machines have become unimaginable. Sending mails, […]

?Purism adds open-source security firmware to its Linux laptop line

Purism, the Linux hardware vendor for users who want as much control as possible over their gear, has integrated Heads open-source CPU firmware into its PCs.

How To Fully Optimize Your Operating System

Computers and systems are tricky and complicated. If you lack a thorough knowledge or even basic knowledge of computers, you will often find yourself in a bind. You must understand that something as complicated as a computer requires constant care and constant cleaning up of junk files. Unless you put in the time to configure […]

Cisco jumps into containers

Kubernetes continues to show its dominance of cloud container management -- as Cisco adopts it for its new container orchestration platform.

How Google fights Android malware

Did Google score a complete victory against Android malware last year? No. Did it win? Yes.

The Top Problems With Major Operating Systems

There is no such system which does not give you any problems. Even if the system and the operating system of your system is easy to understand, there will be some times when certain problems will arise. Most of these problems are easy to handle and easy to get rid of. But you must be […]

8 Benefits Of Linux OS

Linux is a small and a fast-growing operating system. However, we can’t term it as software yet. As discussed in the article about what can a Linux OS do Linux is a kernel. Now, kernels are used for software and programs. These kernels are used by the computer and can be used with various third-party software […]

Kubernetes 1.9 brings beta support for Windows apps

Kubernetes, the cloud container orchestration program, expands even further and has grown more stable.

Kata Containers Project launches to secure container infrastructure

OpenStack, the open-source IaaS cloud, is branching out into containers with secure Kata containers.

CoreOS Tectonic 1.8 unites container management across clouds

Kubernetes can free users from being locked into a single cloud, and CoreOS wants to help them do this with its release of Tectonic 1.8.

?Red Hat partners with AWS with OpenShift Container Platform 3.7

Red Hat wants to be your AWS hybrid cloud and container company as well your Linux provider.

Looking At the Preview

Many websites have now enabled the “preview” feature. Through this feature, you can view the content of the video; these are usually clips from the video, or you can view an image on the website. You can see this by simply hovering over the image or the thumbnail of the video to see the preview […]

?Kubernetes vendors agree on standardization

Want to use Kubernetes, but worried about portability across clouds, containers, and vendors? Don't be. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has you covered.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux for ARM arrives after seven years of development

The promise of running serious Linux servers on ARM processors has been there for ages. Now, at long last, the reality is here.

Things Linux OS Can Do That Other OS Can’t

What Is Linux OS?  Linux, similar to U-bix is an operating system which can be used for various computers, hand held devices, embedded devices, etc. The reason why Linux operated system is preferred by many, is because it is easy to use and re-use. Linux based operating system is technically not an Operating System. Operating […]

Packagekit Interview

Packagekit aims to make the management of applications in the Linux and GNU systems. The main objective to remove the pains it takes to create a system. Along with this in an interview, Richard Hughes, the developer of Packagekit said that he aims to make the Linux systems just as powerful as the Windows or […]

What’s New in Ubuntu?

What Is Ubuntu? Ubuntu is open source software. It is useful for Linux based computers. The software is marketed by the Canonical Ltd., Ubuntu community. Ubuntu was first released in late October in 2004. The Ubuntu program uses Java, Python, C, C++ and C# programming languages. What Is New? The version 17.04 is now available here […]

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC