GamingOnLinux: Terraria is a massively popular game on Windows, and it's finally making its way over to Linux.
LinuxGizmos: Freescale's dime sized "SCM-i.MX6D" module runs Linux or Android on an 800MHz i.MX6 Dual SoC, includes a PMIC and up to 2GB of RAM, and targets IoT apps.
ZDnet:When you have thousands of containers on a server, how do you network them all? Canonical, Ubuntu Linux's parent company, has an answer: Fan.
eWEEK: VIDEO: Robin Bienfait, Chief Enterprise Innovation Officer at Samsung and Craig Muzilla, SVP Application Platform Group at Red Hat discuss what the new partnership is all about.
ZDnet: The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative is taking on three new major open-source security projects and Linux security expert Emily Ratliff has been hired to oversee CII.
Datamation: Collaborating with co-workers used to be a real chore
FOSSforce: Is it beautiful? I suppose that depends on who you ask.
LinuxGizmos: Freescale unveiled two Linux-ready, 28nm i.MX7 SoCs with one or two Cortex-A7 cores, Cortex-M4 MCUs, and much lower power consumption than the i.MX6.
OMG Ubuntu: The big headline user-facing feature you’ll find in Linux 4.1 are the wealth of performance and power efficiency improvements committed for Intel’s Cherry Trail and Bay Trail chips. SoCs and devices, such as the Intel Compute Stick.
Phoronix: Alongside his many other pull requests, Ingo Molnar sent in the scheduler changes on Monday for the Linux 4.2 kernel.
ItRunsOnLinux: The default firmware branch of the very popular mini computer; the Raspberry Pi has now been updated to use the 4.0 kerne
tecmint: Shilpa Nair wanted to share her interview experience (Question and Answer) on RedHat Linux package management (RPM) with us.
FOSSforce: When I began to prepare for my talk on the MIT campus, I made many assumptions.
softpedia: It looks to us that Linux kernel 3.14.45 LTS is a normal maintenance release that mostly updates drivers
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Weaveworks advances its products for the next era of containers.
eWEEK: The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) is funding three projects aimed at helping to improve security for open-source code.
softpedia: The first Release Candidate for LibreOffice 5.0 has been made available by The Document Foundation and it comes packed with a ton of changes and improvements.
tecmint: This article will show you some basic, yet useful tips how to optimize the fine tune the performance of MySQL/MariaDB.
FOSSforce: Learn Nmap and related tools. Learn some other port and vulnerability scanners. Use them.
OpenSource.com: Why skills, not tools, should be the focus of education, and how Linux and open source tools provide valuable user choice.