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What is this thing called Linux?

23 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Hack a Day

It should come as no surprise that we at Hackaday love Linux above all others (that should start a nice little flamewar on the internal email list). If you still haven’t given it a whirl yet, don’t fear. Everyone starts from scratch at some point. Show More Summary

Linux Best & Worst, Live Patchin', and Devuan Good

It was a fairly slow news day today in Linuxville. Nevertheless, Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols explains why 2014 "was the best of years, it was the worst of years." Gary Newell asks if the Debian-fork Devuan is a good idea and Serdar Yegulalp looks at the competing live kernel patchers and Fedora 21 is reviewed again, twice. Show More Summary

Linux Bloat, Linux Lite, and Devuan Update

Today in Linux news, Jack Wallen says Linux ain't bloated. For those still wanting something light anyway, Jim Lynch reviews Linux Lite 2.2. The Devuan project has announced some updates and Tom Taulli looks at the pros and cons of Red Hat stock. Show More Summary

Mageia Beta Delayed, Christmas Quiz, and 7 Best Alternatives

Today in Linux news the Mageia project announced another delay in version 5 Beta 2. The Linux Voice is running a Linux quiz for Christmas and Gary Newell offers up his list of the seven best alternative Linux distributions of the year. Show More Summary

Mac OS X Yosemite, From The Perspective Of A Linux User

It’s been a while since Mac OS X 10.10 “Yosemite” has been released into the wild, so we have a pretty good idea of how it performs. Mac OS X is also sometimes used as the poster child for a clean and elegant interface (most of the time, anyways). Show More Summary

Cities: Skylines

Cities: Skylines could be for SimCity fans what Endless Legend is for Civ fans, with welcome additions such as city policies and districts, taxation and modding tools. Drops Q1 2015 for Windows, Mac and Linux via Steam.

What Operating System Should I Use for My DIY Home Server?

Dear Lifehacker,I'm ready to take the plunge and build my own home server, but I'm not sure which route I should take. I've seen guides for FreeNAS, Amahi, and even regular ol' desktop Linux, but which should I use? Does it even matter? Read more...

Hiring Hackers To Secure The Internet Of Things

The first security vulnerability Michael Murray ever reported to Bugtraq was memorable in the way he found it. Back in 2000, the former security researcher discovered a flaw in a function in the Linux kernel after banging his hand on the keyboard in frustration when he couldn’t get his telnet session to disconnect: Striking random Continue reading ?

Red Hot Red Hat, Mageia Gives Back, and Linux Awards

Today in Linux news, the Mint project announced the release candidate for 17.1 KDE. In other news the Mageia project donates 250€ to GCompris and TheStreet says Red Hat stock is poised to become "red hot" in 2015. LinuxQuestions.org announced their 2014 Members Choice Awards today and Bruce Byfield has some tips for KDE users. Show More Summary

X-Plane 10 is out for iOS and it is terrific

X-Plane is the premier flight simulator for Mac, Windows and Linux computers as well as iOS. It's accurate enough to have received FAA certification for some phases of flight training, and TUAW editor Steve Sande even mentioned seeing airline pilots...

Sportsfriends hits Steam on Friday, but Johann Sebastian Joust isn't playable in Windows

I was under the assumption that Sportsfriends was on Steam already and had been for a long time, but it's not -- hardware issues have slowed the Windows/Mac/Linux release until now. The four-in-one local multiplayer game hits Steam and...Show More Summary

New BestCrypt Software Helps Protect Your Files

The latest version of BestCrypt Container Encryption lets users secure files on Windows, Mac and Linux.

Cosmic Star Heroine (Gameplay)

An upcoming 16-bit style RPG from Zeboyd Games, featuring 11 playable characters, a unique charge-based battle system and a great soundtrack. Drops on Windows, Mac, Linux, Xbox One, PS4 & PS Vita (Crossbuy). More here.

Docker and the Linux container ecosystem

last weekTechnology : GigaOM

Open-source platform Docker and its contributing community makes Linux container technology more accessible through simpler, more-powerful tools.

Tracking Protection lands in Firefox Nightly for Android

Mozilla added the new tracking protection feature to Firefox Nightly for Windows, Linux and Mac systems in November 2014. The feature uses block lists of domains and sites that are known to track users. When enabled, communication is blocked to those servers on the Internet to improve user privacy. Show More Summary

Canonical’s “Snappy” Ubuntu Core bites into Google’s Cloud

Canonical Ltd., the maker of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, has just made its snappy Ubuntu Core operating system, designed for running Docker containers, available on Google’s Compute Engine. Ubuntu Core is a newly released, stripped down version of the original … Continue reading ?

Reviewing 2014, Penguin Porn, and Dropping Distros

Today in Linux news are several reviews of the events of 2014. Elsewhere Linux.conf.au lost its hashtag to an adult entertainment awards and another Linux security flaw is making the news rounds. KDE 3-clone Trinity desktop saw a new release and Bruce Byfield asks why the number of Linux distributions are declining. Show More Summary

Brutal turn-based survival game NEO Scavenger out now

I kept seeing NEO Scavenger pop up Twitter yesterday, and now I know why: it's just come out of early access and is now available on Steam and GOG.com for $14.99 (Windows/Mac/Linux). This is a turn-based survival game, and an especially harsh one at that. Show More Summary

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