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Linus Torvalds: 'I don't trust security people to do sane things'

The prominent Linux engineer has suggested models used to approach kernel security are entirely wrong.

Docker and Linux Containers on Windows, with or without Hyper-V Virtual Machines

Containers are lovely, in case you haven't heard. They are a nice and clean way to get a reliable and guaranteed deployment, no matter the host system. If I want to run my my ASP.NET Core application, I can just type "docker run -p 5000:80 shanselman/demos" at the command line, and it'll start up! I don't have any concerns that it won't run. Show More Summary

How To Get Started With The Ubuntu Linux Distro

The Linux operating system has evolved from a niche audience to widespread popularity since its creation in the mid 1990s, and with good reason. Once upon a time, that installation process was a challenge, even for those who had plenty of experience with such tasks. Show More Summary

Record and Share Terminal Session with Showterm

You can easily record your terminal sessions with virtually all screen recording programs. However, you are very likely to end up with an oversized video file. There are several terminal recorders available in Linux, each with its own strengths and weakness. Show More Summary

How to Easily Remember Linux Commands

The command line can be daunting for new Linux users. Part of that is remembering the multitude of commands available. After all, in order to use the command line effectively, you need to know the commands. Unfortunately, there’s noShow More Summary

Munich Council votes to ditch Linux by 2020

Earlier in the year, we reported that Munich City Council was set to vote on a proposal to move all of their desktop Linux seats over to Windows by 2020. The council has been running a 10 year Linux-on-desktop experiment and found the...Show More Summary

VidCutter review: easy video cutting

VidCutter is a cross-platform software program for Windows, Mac and Linux devices that offers tools to cut video and audio files. The program is not a full blown video editor, but focuses on cutting media files exclusively. While that makes it less attractive to users who require other video editing tools as well, it is […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Cinnamon Explained: A Look at One of Linux’s Most Windows-Like Desktops

Let’s say you’re looking to try out this thing called Linux, and you ask a buddy of yours for help. They recommend you install something called Linux Mint. You do what they say, and now it’s on your computer. Guess what? That desktop you’re looking at isn’t Linux Mint. Show More Summary

How to Fix the ‘No Space Left on Device’ Error on Linux

So your Linux system is telling you that you have no space left on your hard drive, but you know there is actually a lot of free space left. Why? This is one of those few frustratingly vague errors on Linux systems, but there are a few usual culprits. Show More Summary

Lunera turns lights into an “ambient cloud” of distributed Linux servers

Docker support + location tracking mesh = plug-in backbone for all the networked things.

Become a Linux Command Line Master With These Tips and Tricks

For Linux users, the command line is an essentially, and ultra-powerful tool. While more user-friendly Linux operating systems (OS) offer loads of functionality without the need for entering the terminal, it’s a necessary element of the OS. Show More Summary

A Windows 10 alternative: Microsoft should embrace, extend Linux on the desktop

I get it. The PC is too expensive to replace and you don't want Windows 10. Let me suggest another solution.

?Linux totally dominates supercomputers

It finally happened. Today, all 500 of the world's top 500 supercomputers are running Linux.

Firefox Quantum arrives with faster browser engine, major visual overhaul, and Google as default search engine

Mozilla today launched Firefox 57, branded Firefox Quantum, for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. The new version, which Mozilla calls “by far the biggest update since Firefox 1.0 in 2004,” brings massive performance improvements and a visual redesign. The Quantum name signals Firefox 57 is a huge release that incorporates the company’s next-generation browser […]

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 […]

The new long-term Linux kernel, Linux 4.14, has arrived

For the next six years, Android smartphones, embedded Linux devices, and Linux-based Internet of Things gadgets will use the newly released Linux 4.14 kernel.

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