As the OpenStack Foundation runs its last OpenStack Summit in Berlin, they announced the new name of the annual conference.
Category: Linux Magazine
Fully open source, US made Linux desktops are here.
IBM is acquiring Red Hat, the most successful open source company.
Doesn’t matter if you are an .rpm user or .deb user, there is something for everyone.
Debian and Fedora developers have forked Redis Labs modules to keep them compatible with these distributions.
The company ends its long war with Linux; vows to protect Linux.
Red Hat reported revenue of $823 million for the second quarter of the fiscal year 2019.
A security researcher has accused Linux distros of not patching the kernel in time.
The new version adds two new security features for users.
The creator of Linux is admitting his abusive behavior on LKML and plans to change.
Storj offers a new program that enables open source projects to monetize from storage.
It’s Linux Mint without any Ubuntu base packages.
It’s an extremely popular distribution among Windows and macOS users.
The mother of Ubuntu turned 25 years old in August.
You can install Debian apps on Chromebooks.
It may open doors for more mainstream applications to land on Linux.
The regression that led to boot failures was introduced by a previous patch.
You can install PowerShell in a snap on Ubuntu.
Not really. It’s not an official app.
Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu that’s 50% smaller than the standard Ubuntu Server.
Comes with Timeshifting capabilities.
It will provide violators with a grace period to achieve compliance with license.
It’s a modular OS.
GitLabs is creating more incentives for users to switch from GitHub.
The desktop environment is designed to me more resource efficient.