- The RegisterNov 17 09:29 AM
Contain your Linux, folks Debian daddy Ian Murdock has joined Linux container shop Docker.…
- Linux TodayNov 16 09:06 AM
FOSSforce: Reading the post, you might be excused for thinking it's not all wine and roses over in Debian-land.
- Linux TodayNov 24 06:58 AM
Why doesn't Ubuntu remove old kernels automatically?
- Linux TodayOct 27 02:35 PM
Debian 9 "Stretch" Installer Alpha 4 drops support for CD sets
- Linux TodayNov 15 06:06 PM
HowToForge: Do you like to use Bitcoin on Linux?
- Linux TodayNov 25 10:38 AM
tecmint: In this article we will explain how to use Nginx to set up name-based and ip-based virtual hosting in CentOS/RHEL 7 servers and Debian 8 and derivatives, starting with Ubuntu 15.04 and its spin-offs.
- TechNewsWorld.comNov 04 11:25 AM
GALPon MiniNo is one of the strangest and most distinctive Linux distros to grace the Linux Picks and Pans computer screens. Those two traits make it an almost ideal option for anyone looking for a reliable operating system for youngsters and educational facilities that cater to early education students. PicarOS Diego 2015 is the latest in the GALPon MiniNo family of Linux products.
- SlashdotNov 25 11:12 AM
New submitter yeupou writes: Early this year, David Edmundson from KDE, concluded that "In many cases [systemd] allows us to throw away large amounts of code whilst at the same time providing a better user experience. Adding it [systemd] as an optional extra defeats the main benefit". A perfectly sensible explanation. But, then, one might wonder to which point KDE would remain usable without ...
- SlashdotNov 25 11:24 AM
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- TechRepublic via Yahoo! NewsNov 23 08:30 AM
SUSE has been a frontrunner for enterprise computer across the globe. Now they are helping to extend that reach with a new project, openSUSE Leap. Jack Wallen explains.