OSTATIC: A strange little bug found its way into the original images that resulted in systems being updated to Cauldron, the developmental branch of Mageia (similar to Rawhide with Fedora).
Linux Insider: Just how committed are Linux users to their operating system? Would they ever switch back?
Linux.com: Shuah Khan is a Senior Linux Kernel Developer at Samsung's Open Source Group. She has contributed to various kernel sub-systems including the Android mainlining project, LED class drivers, IOMMU, DMA, and more.
OpenSource.com: Drupal project lead Dries Buytaert. Buytaert encourages his audience to avoid calling Drupal a "content management system," and stresses a singular message: "Do good, do well."
It may not be fair to call Weechat the little brother of Irssi, but in my short introduction to it, that's what it felt like. If Weechat didn't seem quite as powerful as Irssi to me, I definitely can say that it is better-looking out of the box. So, little brother has one thing going for him! more>>
Wazi: Learn how to use FPM to build RPM and DEB packages and then create a repository for easy distribution across your systems.
Datamation: Getting a new laptop is always fun, no matter which OS you prefer.
The VAR Guy: Securing Big Data is complex, and few enterprises are doing it correctly.
tuxtweats: Linux Mint 15 "Olivia" is a Linux distribution based on Ubuntu Linux 13.04.
ServerWatch: With over one million apps already running on it, Red Hat is now finally ready to declare its OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) online offering to be officially released and generally available.
Linux Planet: Some Linux kernel releases are larger than others. Than there is Linux 3.10
Softpedia: The following tutorial will teach Arch Linux users how to transfer files from their operating system to an Android powered device.
FOSS Force: Ms Hall feigned surprise right back, while asserting Ubuntu to never having been a community Linux distro, despite Mr. Shuttleworth and Canonical calling it so.
TecMint: Linux is considered to be the most Secure Operating System to be hacked or cracked and in reality it is, still we will be discussing some of the loop-holes and exploits of a Linux System.