softpedia: Fresh on the heels of the entire Munich and Linux debacle, another story involving Microsoft and free software has popped up across the world, in Chile.
FOSSforce: These are different desktops, all individual from one another, and I can do different things on each one of them at different times."
LinuxGizmos: Cloud Media launched a Kickstarter campaign for a Linux-based "Stack Box" home automation hub with cloud services and Raspberry Pi expansion compatibility.
webupd8: Netflix supports HTML5 playback (using the Encrypted Media Extensions) but unfortunately, it doesn't work out of the box on Linux for now.
The new certifications mark the first time the Linux Foundation has offered formal certification after years of success with training programs.
Linux.com: Linux gamers owe a debt of gratitude to kernel developer Andy Lutomirski for his recent work getting 32-bit programs to run faster on a 64-bit kernel
Datamation: Speaking at the LinuxCon conference, Jim Zemlin compares himself to the Simpsons' groundskeeper Willy.
eWEEK: During a LinuxCon panel discussion, Linus Torvalds provides insight into what works and what doesn't with Linux in 2014
eWEEK: While Internet connectivity in the home is now mainstream, gateway security to protect users is not.
xmodulo: How to access the network printer/scanner devices from a desktop client
eWEEK: Linux kernel development is getting a new layer of security with the introduction of two-factor authentication for code commits.
ITWorld: I have to admit that home automation is one Linux product category that I've hardly paid any attention to over the years.
The VAR Guy: Database-as-a-service (DBaaS) vendor Tesora is certifying relational, NoSQL and distributed databases for compatibility with OpenStack cloud storage.
opensource.com: Applications running in Linux containers are isolated within a single copy of the operating system running on a physical server.
softpedia: Reports about the city of Munich authorities that are considering the replacement of Linux with Microsoft products mostly comes from one man, the Deputy Mayor of Munich, who is also a long-term self-declared Windows fan.
softpedia: The European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) is now powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and it's making a firm commitment towards open source and Linux software.
Linoxide: Viber is a cross-platform instant messaging VoIP application
Datamation: Productivity is essential to anyone's day, no matter who you are or where you work
ITworld: The /proc file system brings the processes on your Unix systems into view in some very useful ways, but only if you take the time to cd over to /proc and see all it can tell you.
xmodulo: Working with permissions on Linux is rather a simple task.