ServerWatch: How much money does a privately-held OpenStack services vendor need?
ocsmag: This “story” surfaces every several months and, for some reason I always fail to fathom, everybody starts parroting it
techdrivein: The weird and wacky world of niche Linux distros.
nixcraft: How can I read a text file line by line and perform some action with it, then use bash while loop for sysadmin task?
Linux.com: Canonical is not doing the work on its own, however. Kirkland admitted, "We are working very closely with IBM; we couldn't do without them.
LinuxPlanet: The Docker container format makes it easier than ever to run application images on a Linux host, but what if you the application you want to run is an operating system?
ZDnet: The Let's Encrypt project, which aims to enable anyone to securely encrypt their web site, is finally nearing launch.
opensource.com: There are four rules to understand when building products out of open source software.
UbuntuPortal: Shotcut is an free, open-source video editor app based on the MLT Multimedia Framework which works flawlessly on major operating system (Linux, Mac OSX and Microsoft Windows).
xmodulo: Virtual hosting refers to the technique that allows a physical server to host more than one website domain (e.g., site1.com, site2.com).
FOSSforce: Some time ago, I came across a three year old YouTube video with the ever optimistic title "5 Open Source Games that Don't Suck."
LinuxAndUbuntu: DiffPDF is a small but useful tool that compares two PDF files and let you know the differences.
softpedia: The MrRobot Project is actually an Ubuntu Touch app enabled Robotics that has been designed from the ground up with powerful functionality that lets users control the cute RAPIRO robot using nothing but an Ubuntu Phone
EveryDayLinuxUser: Installation was simple, wireless setup was straight forward, I was able to connect to my hardware and I was left feeling pretty good about Mageia.
NetworkWorld: Startup Mirantis, which distributes a version of open source cloud computing software OpenStack, today announced a new $100 million infusion, backed primarily by Intel.
The VAR Guy: Ubuntu Linux developers plan to focus efforts on transactionally updated software in Snappy Core, shifting away from the Ubuntu Software Center in Canonical's open source OS.
HowToForge: Oracle's Virtual Box is one of the easiest to use virtual machines that run under Linux.
LinuxPitstop: Ever wondered how to get Kali Linux running in a container?
Valve is working on SteamOS version based on Debian 8, and it's making good progress with it. T
Linus Torvalds: So 4.2-rc8 is out, and that obviously means that I ended up deciding to chicken out after all, and delay the 4.2 release one week.