tecmint: A debugger plays a vital role in any software development system.
FOSSforce: BunsenLabs Linux, a successor to CrunchBang GNU/Linux formed by a group of the CrunchBang's admins and other adherents when CrunchBang lead developer Philip Newborough decided to move on, is in the starting blocks with its first release candidate now available online.
LinuxJournal: In today's networked world, smart geeks mostly still know where local stuff ends and remote (cloud-located) stuff begins
Linux.com: Version 0.01 of the Linux kernel had 10,239 lines of code
Phoronix: A new update to OpenIndiana is available, the operating system powered by Illumos that's derived from what was the OpenSolaris code-base prior to it being killed by Oracle.
ComputerWorld: When you've made your name as the company customers can count on for reliable Android upgrades, you can't drop the ball like this.
The New Stack: There’s this new dimension to the conversation about Docker
Oracle released the first 5.0 maintenance release which improves stability and fixes regressions.
TechCrunch: Yahoo hopes Omid will follow a trajectory similar to Hadoop
NoobsLab: Lightworks Free and Pro version is available for Linux in Deb and RPM packages (only 64bit architecture supported), there is no source available yet.
MakeUseOf: Up until Ubuntu went public with Unity, out-of-the-box Linux has always been rather ugly compared to both Windows and Mac.
Qubes is now based on what we call Hypervisor Abstraction Layer (HAL), which decouples Qubes logic from the underlying hypervisor.
ZDnet: Lost in all the buzz about Google's new Nexus smartphones and Chromecast devices was that Chromebooks are now schools' favorite computer device.
LinuxBSDos: Calamares is a new system installation framework designed to be easily customized and used as the installation program for any Linux distribution.
softpedia: We often read about comparative tests between browsers and we see that Google Chrome or Opera are extremely fast, or that some other browser gets really good scores in rendering, and so on.
Fedora Workstation’s GNOME Shell has a Pomodoro timer extension available.
The New Stack: Mesos has a few pitfalls, the first of which is how it interacts with Google’s Kubernetes.
Tech Republic: A botnet spread by embedded Linux systems has been discovered, and the weakness can be traced back to seriously out-of-date firmware.
LWN: In what appears to be sheer coincidence, during the same week that LSB 5.0 was released, a discussion arose within the Debian project as to whether or not maintaining LSB compliance was a worthwhile pursuit for Debian.