• Superbugs

    The blatant security holes known as Meltdown and Spectre, which are built into the computer hardware, are likely to keep us busy for the next few years. How is the Linux community addressing this unexpected challenge?

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Improving Netfilter Efficiency; Protecting Memory from Malicious Modification; and Speeding Up Workarounds for Intel Security Flaws.

  • On the Air

    The glory days of podcasts might be over, but if you have something to say to your fellow humans, a digital audio recording is still a great way to deliver the message. Audacity is a free and easy tool for creating podcasts in Linux.

  • Keyboard Remodel

    Reprogramming the Keyboardio Model 01's firmware is limited only by its memory and your imagination.

News and Articles

  • SoftMaker FreeOffice 2018 for Linux

    SoftMaker Software GmbH has announced FreeOffice 2018, a free of cost office suite for Linux.

  • A New CentOS

    Latest version of the community Linux based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.5

  • Linux Voice

    This month in Linux Voice. 

  • Tempus fugit

    Maddog gives a brief history of the last (almost) half century of *x, plus a call for spreading the love.

  • ADC Breakout

    We put our Analog-to-Digital converter to work reading positions from an analog sensor (a potentiometer) and control a bat in a simple implementation of the classic Breakout game.

  • Ubuntu 18.04 Released

    “Bionic Beaver” comes with hardware-focused improvements and Gnome as the default shell.

  • Richard Stallman Calls Azure Sphere OS a Positive Step

    Stallman is glad that Microsoft will respect user’s freedom.

  • Peppermint

    If you are looking for a lean but modern Linux with a solid foundation and seamless cloud connection, take a look at Peppermint OS.

  • Playful

    Edit vector graphics with Gravit Designer and save the results in the SVG, PNG, and JPEG formats.

  • NEWS

    Solomon Hykes Leaves Daily Operations at Docker; Red Hat Celebrates 25th Anniversary with a New Code Portal; Gnome 3.28 Released; Install Firefox in a Snap on Linux; Arduino Adds Rasp Pi and BeagleBone to the Arduino Create Platform; and IBM Launches a New Data Science Platform.