• Fast Containers

    HDF5 is a flexible, self-describing, and portable hierarchical filesystem supported by a number of languages and tools, with the ability to run processes in parallel.

  • More than Zero

    Inexpensive, small, portable, low-power clusters are fantastic for many HPC applications. One of the coolest small clusters is the ClusterHAT for Raspberry Pi.

  • SUSECON 2017

    SUSE travels to Prague to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    This month we discuss replacing the random number generator, checking when a process dumps core, fixing filesystem security issues, and adding build dependencies to clean the source tree.

News and Articles

  • Samsung to Bring Linux to Desktop

    Samsung is testing Linux desktop for its DeX experience.

  • System76 Releases Pop!_OS

    An Ubuntu-based operating system designed for professionals.

  • Tutorial – Devilspie2

    Stop battling your window manager to position things as you like – make scripts do all the hard work!

  • More than Zero

    Inexpensive, small, portable, low-power clusters are fantastic for many HPC applications. One of the coolest small clusters is the ClusterHAT for Raspberry Pi.

  • Linux Voice

    This month in Linux Voice.

  • Wide Reach

    Set up a wireless access point with a Raspberry Pi 3, Ubuntu Core, and snaps.

  • FOSSPicks

    Graham Morrison looks at VCV Rack, Audible Instruments, TripleA, Neofetch 3.3.0, TripleA, Eolie 0.9, and more!

  • Key to the Bitcoin Safe

    Bitcoin is the king of cryptocurrencies, which makes it attractive prey for Internet predators. BitKey is a Live Linux distribution designed to ensure that your Bitcoin wallet stays protected.

  • Hacking OpenType Fonts

    Thanks to OpenType and HarfBuzz, you can now modify fonts like a designer.

  • On the DVD

    Knoppix 8.1 (Multiarch Live) and Lubuntu 17.04 (32-bit Live)

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