• FOSSPicks

    Graham Morrison looks at KIT Scenarist, Inboxer 1.0, Tungsten, rtl_433, Oil 0.3.0, Etcher 1.3.0, and more!

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Zack Brown discusses preventing the kernel from tainting, encrypting printk() output, and a new kernel bug reporting bot. 

  • Community Matters

    Dell’s expansive {code} project is a cornerstone of the company’s open source strategy. Dell Technologies VP Josh Bernstein talks about {code} and the value of open source.

  • Written Examination

    Users of contemporary office applications often want to do more than just compose letters or design simple flyers. But the well-known office suites on Linux sometimes make font management a test of patience, with the errors literally hidden in the details.

News and Articles

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5 Released

    The latest release is focused on hybrid cloud.

  • Microsoft Releases a Linux-Based OS

    The company is building a new IoT environment powered by Linux.

  • FOSSPicks

    Graham checks out VLC 3.0, MenuLibre 2.1.5, Texttop, Flameshot, Chomper, Godot 3.0, and much more!

  • Bit Trip

    Bash is known for admin utilities and text manipulation tools, but the venerable command shell included with most Linux systems also has some powerful commands for manipulating binary data.

  • Bit Trip

    Bash is known for admin utilities and text manipulation tools, but the venerable command shell included with most Linux systems also has some powerful commands for manipulating binary data.

  • Command Line

    Blogging usually implies WordPress, but Ghost presents a serious challenge.

  • Doghouse – Subutai

    Be a catalyst and help others break the bonds of proprietary software.

  • Programming Snapshot – Stock Quote API

    Financial wizard Mike Schilli is annoyed that some web services have discontinued serving up real-time stock market data. To keep an eye on his investment dollars, Mike taps into a little known interface for stock prices.

  • On the DVD

    Kali Linux and KaOS

  • Tutorials – gpsd

    Even though your computer does not come with its own GPS, you can hack one onto it using a mobile phone. Although, it does take quite a bit of fiddling.