Linux.com: If you’re feeling a bit intimated about the wide world of open source software, it’s totally understandable.
LinuxGizmos: Erle Robotics has launched an Ubuntu Core "Snappy" version of its open source Linux and ROS-based Erle-Copter quadcopter, with Erle-Copter app store access.
CrossOver 14.1.0 has important bug fixes for both Mac and Linux users.
enterprisersproject: If your organization doesn't yet have an immediate need for containers, it's still a good idea to start to develop some understanding of the technology.
There is an alpha server package available for all those who are interested in accessing their remote RPi2 devices from their NoMachine client.
Phoronix: The latest Ubuntu-related announcement this week is the debut of Xubuntu Core.
eWEEK: Even though RHEL 7 is the latest version, the Linux vendor continues to add new features to RHEL6.x.
softpedia: Canonical is bringing some very significant changes to Ubuntu and that includes a new way of packaging and maintaining the system
tecmint: Caddy is an alternative web server, easy to configure and use.
eSecurityPlanet: QuinStreet Enterprise research outlines the scope of security challenges facing enterprises today.
ITworld: It's not enough to use containers, vendors argue that you need a specialized Linux distribution to back it
LinuxGizmos: Gateworks unveiled a tiny, UAV-oriented SBC that runs Linux or Android on an i.MX6 SoC, and offers HDMI in/out, USB, serial, GPIO, CAN, mini-PCIe, and more.
ITworld: Ubuntu has confirmed that it's working on a combination phone and desktop PC.
xmodulo: There are many commercial VPN gateways available, which come with their own proprietary VPN client software.
blackmoreops: In this post I will show three effective solutions for Google Analytics Referral spam.
Phoronix: While we didn't expect any big gains for the Linux gaming market-share over the past month, it does come as a surprise there's a significant drop.
Nixcraft: How can I block IE on a squid proxy server version 3.x?
Kali: Pixiewps is a tool used for offline brute forcing of WPS pins, while exploiting the low or non-existing entropy of some wireless access points also known as the pixie dust attack
The VAR Guy: Why did Linux, the Unix-like operating system kernel started by Linus Torvalds in 1991 that became central to the open source world, succeed where so many similar projects, including GNU HURD and the BSDs, fail?
softpedia: Fedora devs decided that Mono 4.0 is a good addition to the distribution, as it will allow users to run cross-platform applications written in Microsoft's .NET framework 4.5