ITworld: Ubuntu is evolving from a server/desktop OS to one that will run the same codebase across devices such as TVs, desktops, tablets and smartphones.
opensource.com: I wanted to test out some of the things I was learning, and 'learning is doing' to a large extent.
Linux.com: Small-packet performance has been a problem area for Linux
eWEEK: The new funding adds to the initial $10 million Nginx Series B that the company raised in October 2013, and brings the company's total capitalization up to $33 million.
Datamation: Platform-as-a-Service platform now has an open governance and development model to push it forward
GamingOnLinux: Looks like Bad Juju's acquisition of Desura will pay off for us Linux gamers soon.
Datamation: Over the past couple of years there has been talk of mobile-desktop convergence from various mobile and desktop OS providers.
ServerWatch: What's next for Fedora Linux is the Fedora 21 release which is out today.
opensource.com: The system encompasses both open source software and hardware.
blackmoreops: Forgetting root password is a hassle
Binary Tides: The mail command is an essential one that should be available on any linux server so that various services and other web applications can generate and transmit emails.
LinuxPlanet: Linus Torvalds formally released the Linux 3.18 kernel on December 7, even though a regression issue that first showed up in Linux 3.17 has yet to be resolved.
opensource.com: The Raspberry Pi team is on fire (in a good way)
Enterprise Apps Today: Lead commercial sponsor behind Apache Mesos project announces new commercial effort that leverages open source components as well as its own 'secret sauce.'
The VAR Guy: Intel has joined OpenDaylight, the Linux Foundation's open source SDN and NFV project
nextstep4IT: Linux/UNIX cpio (copy in/out) command copies, lists, and extracts files to and from a single file or archives.
xmodulo: After managing your personal expenses from the command line, I propose you to manage your notes from the command line
eWEEK: Linux Mint 17.1 builds on the innovations that first debuted in Linux Mint 17 earlier this year, with usability, interface and performance gains in several areas. In this slide show, eWEEK takes a look at some of the improvements in the Linux Mint 17.1 release.
tecmint: ncdu (NCurses Disk Usage) is a command line version of the most popular 'du command'.
LinuxInsider: Puzzle GNU/Linux combines elements from Openbox, Kodi (formerly xbmc) and KDE. -