• Pressure Gauge

    Pressure Stall Information (PSI) is a new feature that gives users a better view of resource contention.

  • FOSSPicks

    Graham has been brewing his own beer this month thanks to an old Raspberry Pi and an even older refrigerator for temperature control. To make it more exciting, it's brewing under 15 PSI of CO2 pressure!

  • Tweak Talk

    If you are looking for ways to speed up your Linux, consider this collection of curated performance tweaks.

  • Gimme Output

    Armed with just json.tool and jq, Charly preps the JSON data delivered by his Philips Hue bridge so that even humans can read it – an essential step towards improving the usability of his home automation system.

News and Articles

  • Halloween Machine

    A Halloween vending machine frightens visitors, but the braver ones receive a chocolate reward.

  • Shell Screencasts

    Asciinema lets you record events at the command line and publish the resulting terminal movie on the web.

  • Package Monitor

    The Repology web app provides up-to-date information on software archives, versions, package maintainers, and more. And it goes beyond the boundaries of Linux.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

  • Moveable Feast

    A lunchbox-style portable Raspberry Pi computer provides external control for a steampunk robotic skull.

  • Tech Support

    UltraScreen lets you view the screen of a remote computer without a central server or paying for an account. It's a good option to have when someone calls you for computer help.

  • Beyond cd

    For decades, cd has been a Linux workhorse, but modern drives sometimes call for more efficient navigation tools. Read on for alternatives for advanced command-line navigation.

  • openSUSE 15.2 and Bodhi Linux 5.1

     

  • Support System

    Contrary to popular belief, free software does offer support. Depending on the distro, this support can be found in a wide range of documentation formats. Here's what to expect from a sampling of distros.

  • Speedier Scripts

    Shell scripts are often written for simplicity rather than efficiency. A closer look at the processes can lead to easy optimization.

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