- Linux TodayFeb 09 05:15 AM
Linux.com: There are many reasons why you should use ZFS for your file servers to create a pool of hard drives to increase redundancy.
- Cape Breton PostJan 19 04:19 PM
SYDNEY — A satellite office of a Calgary-based information technology company set up in Sydney three years ago continues to thrive with six employees working in a remote tech support capacity.
- OSNewsJan 28 03:45 PM
The Debian project is pleased to announce the third update of its stable distribution Debian 8 (codename jessie). This update mainly adds corrections for security problems to the stable release, along with a few adjustments for serious problems. Security advisories were published separately and are referenced where applicable.
- Linux TodayFeb 08 06:01 AM
Xmodulo: If you often create guest VMs or containers on your Linux computer, you will go through package installation many times across different VMs/containers.
- SlashdotJan 14 12:09 PM
msm1267 writes: OpenSSH today released a patch for a critical vulnerability that could be exploited by an attacker to force a client to leak private cryptographic keys. The attacker would have to control a malicious server in order to force the client to give up the key, OpenSSH and researchers at Qualys said in separate advisories. Qualys' security team privately disclosed the vulnerability Jan...
- Linux TodayJan 14 08:07 PM
The Debian developers waist no time
- Linux TodayJan 15 04:34 PM
This article explains how to set up a TLS enabled vsftpd server on a Debian 8 server and how to access the FTP server with FileZilla.
- SlashdotJan 10 02:53 PM
An anonymous reader writes: Shortly after the death of Debian founder Ian Murdock, Bruce Perens, who succeeded Murdock as Debian Project Leader in 1996 and was also Murdock's employer for a period of time, claimed very publicly that Murdock died of mental illness, although no evidence has been provided. Without referencing Murdock or Perens, another prominent Debian Developer, Daniel Pocock, has...
- The RegisterJan 14 03:44 AM
Apart from that it was a sweet 12 months for penguinistas For the desktop Linux user, 2015 was a great year. There were major updates for nearly every single desktop available, launches of brand new desktops, even an impressive new distro that's forging its own path.…
- SlashdotJan 10 03:05 PM
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