Tinkernut: Adding a storage device your network is called creating a NAS (Network Attached Storage). And basically it is just a minimalistic computer with a boat load of storage attached to it.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Cumulus Networks first emerged from stealth in June of 2013, promising to build a new model for network operating systems. It's a promise that the company continues to deliver on with the announcement of Cumulus Linux 2.5 today.
LinuxBSDos: For new users, it is one of the better designed KDE desktop distributions, with a few features you won't find on mainstream KDE desktops.
GamingOnLinux: The latest entry in the Borderlands series has been released in the Americas today.
OpenSource.com: What does community mean to you?
Phoronix: The first release candidate for the forthcoming Xen 4.5 is imminent ahead of the project's plans to do the stable release in December.
ServerWatch: RHEL 6.6 is the latest iteration of the RHEL 6 platform which first debuted in November of 2010
El Reg: A Linux derivative without Linux's very own filesystem was a strange look
Linux.com: By building their infrastructure with open source software and charging other sellers to use their unused infrastructure, Amazon could cover the up front cost of data center development.
eWEEK: The CAINE 6.0 "Dark Matter" operating system was first released on Oct. 7 and includes new and updated applications to help forensics investigators.
LinuxGizmos: Intel subsidiary Wind River announced a new version of Wind River Linux based on Yocto Project 1.7 code, and featuring new binary deployment and security assessment options.
LinuxPlanet: VyOS is another interesting Linux distribution with a new release out this past week.
eWEEK: Open-source collaboration project leverages embedded Linux in a bid to open up umanned aerial vehicles devices to development.
website-security: Use SSL to secure the communication to and from your Tomcat servlet container.
EveryDayLinuxUser: SparkyLinux Gameover Edition is 4 gigabytes worth of gaming heaven with emulators for all the classic console
xmodulo: The two most popular formats for image files are ISO (.iso file extension) and NRG (.nrg file extension).