Ubuntu Vendor tries to solve app packaging and distribution problem across distributions.more »
Will DNF Replace Yum? Behind the Scenes at Fedora’s Future Package ManagerJan 14, 2014
DNF will soon replace Yum as Fedora’s default package manager, but it still has some hurdles to overcome.more »
RPM Tools Maintaining system integrity with package management helpersOct 26, 2012
Linux has several convenient package management systems, but they are not entirely free of weaknesses. We show you how to keep the RPM package management system permanently stable and how to get rid of some ballast with just two small programs: rpmorphan and rpmrestore.more »
Security Lessons: Admin Automation Deploying with confidenceApr 24, 2012
Combining Puppet, Foreman, Pulp, Candlepin, and Katello lets you deploy software and servers automatically and securely.more »
WANdisco, makers of Enterprise Subversion, announced its acquisition of SVNForum.org, an 20,000+ Subversion user community, today.more »
Originally created for use in Ubuntu, Upstart is suitable for deployment in all Linux distributions as an alternative to the System-V init.more »
Command Line: Yum Yummy, yummy, yummyNov 30, 2009
The RPM package manager Yum has its own advantages over other tools.more »
A few RPM developers from Red Hat and Novell met at the openSUSE Conference 2009 in September. The results of the meeting are now online.more »
The bug was introduced back in 2009 and has been lurking around all this time.
The new release deprecates the sshd_config UsePrivilegeSeparation option.
Lives on as a community project
Five new systems join Dell XPS 13 Developer Edition that come with Ubuntu pre-installed.
The Skype Linux client now has almost the same capabilities that it enjoys on other platforms.
At CeBIT 2017, OpenStack Day will offer a wide range of lectures and discussions.
A major setback for the Linux desktop.
Improved support for GPU in virtualization.
News site for the openSUSE community falls victim to a Wordpress exploit.
The source code is available online.