• Integrity Check

    A backup policy can protect your data from malware attacks and system crashes, but first you need to ensure that you are backing up uncorrupted data.

  • eg Explains

    Need to know how to use a command-line tool? eg provides real life examples, and it is easier to access than the man pages.

  • Sentry

    Maltrail is a lightweight analysis tool that examines network traffic and raises the alarm if it detects suspicious access or dubious name resolution.

  • No Code, No Problem

    NocoDB lets you build useful applications without writing a single line of code.

News and Articles

  • Not So Brave New World

    The Brave browser promises speed and privacy, but its quest for profit compromises security at every turn.

  • Titan Linux is a New KDE Linux Based on Debian Stable

    Titan Linux is a new Debian-based Linux distribution that features the KDE Plasma desktop with a focus on usability and performance.

  • Danielle Foré Has an Update for elementary OS 7

    Now that Ubuntu 22.04 has been released, the team behind elementary OS is preparing for the upcoming 7.0 release.

  • Desktop ERP

    An open source ERP solution can save you thousands of dollars – in licensing fees as well as customization expenses. BlueSeer is an open source ERP solution that runs on the Linux desktop.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    In Kernel News; Retargeting the Magic SysRq Key; and The Seventh Circle of Bug-Tracking Hell.

  • Down in the Mine

    The Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD) method breaks the business of data analytics into easy-to-understand steps. We'll show you how to get started with KDD and Python.

  • Network Tattletale

    OpenSnitch, an application-based firewall, protects you from unwanted data leaks by letting you set customized rules for all your applications.

  • Welcome

    The past few years have seen some encouraging signs from Microsoft. For instance, they no longer propagate transparent and self-serving falsehoods about Linux at every opportunity. However, recent events indicate that maybe the new Microsoft might be all too much like the old Microsoft.

  • On the DVD

    Zorin OS 16.1 Core and Super GRUB2 Disk

  • Graphical Interface

    Many users never look back once they get started with a tiling window manager. A close look at XMonad shows why.

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