• Charly's Column – Pi-hole

    A strange rule seems to dictate that the most useless products and services have the most annoying online advertising. Columnist Charly blocks the garish advertising for all computers on his network centrally with the Pi-hole tool, which is not only for Raspberry Pi devices.

  • Pi Recipes

    The professor sets the stage for Knoppix on an SD card that runs on the Raspberry Pi.

  • Tutorials – LibreOffice

    Discover some hidden and lesser known features in LibreOffice, to help you work faster and smarter (and gain extra geek points).

  • Linux Voice

    The unstoppable march of progress.

News and Articles

  • Trojan Turns Raspberry Pi into a Cryptocurrency Mining Device

    Two trojans in the wild are targeting Linux machines.

  • Fedora 26 Beta Comes with New Features

    The workstation comes with the latest Gnome desktop environment and support for many application build systems.

  • Universal Package Formats and How They Differ

    We talk with Alexander Larsson, the creator of Flatpak, and Thibaut Rouffineau, a member of the Snap team.

  • The Last FUD Column

    The news has gotten really weird recently. I suppose politicians have always blurred the line between fact and opinion, but lately things have gotten a little unglued. False facts are accepted without proof. Proven facts are ignored or denied just because they don't happen to line up with someone's preferred narrative.

  • Tutorials – LibreOffice

    Discover some hidden and lesser known features in LibreOffice, to help you work faster and smarter (and gain extra geek points).

  • FAQ

    Download the entire web to kick-start a data science empire.

  • For Want of a Printer

    This is an excerpt from the book Free as in Freedom 2.0: Richard Stallman and the Free Software Revolution

  • Core Technology

    Ever wondered what's happening inside a virtual machine? Join us for an exciting tour into virtualization deep waters.

  • FOSSPicks

    We explore KDevelop 5.1, Riot.im, Cursynth, QMapShack 1.8, KWipe 2.1.3, Rapid Photo Downloader 0.9, Kakoune, VPG 0.2.8, Anbox (alpha), Terasology Alpha 7, and Mudlet 3.0.

  • Copyleft

    The GNU General Public License was born of the simple idea that freedom matters. Yet this simple tool for protecting freedom has another important feature that makes it even more powerful, and that is the ability to build communities.