TechRepublic: Jack Wallen offers up the novel idea that giving the consumers what they want might well be the key to boundless success.
xmodulo: System administrators (sysadmins) are responsible for day-to-day operations of production systems and services.
LinuxGizmos: A non-profit company is developing an open source, 64-bit "lowRISC" SoC that will enable fully open hardware, "from the CPU core to the development board
nextstep4IT: You may be wondering about where these file permissions come from.
softpedia: elementary OS Freya Beta has been announced by its developers and it comes with an Ubuntu 14.04 base and lots of new features.
ITworld: Fragmentation has been a big problem for Android for a long time
FOSSforce: You can shuffle, bend, shape and manipulate the statistics all you want.
LinuxConfig: With GitBook you can create ebook using markdown syntax and with few clicks publish it in multiple formats such as PDF, EPUB, HTML or MOBI.
Phoronix: For those out of the loop, the Year 2038 problem is the issue whereby time values stored in signed 32-bit integers as the Unix time-stamp will wrap around.
Linux.com: For those in the know, you understand that Linux is actually everywhere.
eWEEK: ClusterHQ's Flocker leverages the ZFS file system to tackle the container storage challenge. -
LinuxTechi: By default postfix only capture 'From' and 'To' details in the log file (/var/log/maillog). There are some scenarios where we want that email???s subject should be capture in the maillog.
LinuxGizmos: A startup called Savioke has unveiled a Linux- and ROS-based SaviOne hospitality robot, currently being tested at a California hotel for room service duty.
NetworkWorld: Challenges for top tech execs to take the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness of dreaded disease ALS have escalated this week, with many open source company execs
xmodulo: Whenever you install a new Linux distribution on a computer, it is in general recommended that you connect to the internet via a wired connection.
softpedia: Linux is winning a fight and it's not even trying to.
ITworld: In some ways, the tcpdump command may seem like a pretty basic tool for grabbing packets (more accurately "frames") off the network and allowing you to examine them.
opensource.com: Ellis and Hislop explained to their colleagues the wonderful benefits of linking students with open source projects.
Linux User & Developer: Take a toy, a Raspberry Pi and a PS3 controller; add a dash of Python and some solder for the perfect remote-controlled gadget…
LinuxJournal: There are lots of cool ideas on the Internet that never really make it out of the "startup" phase.