Articles about Linux
Linux Australia is calling on registered attendees of its national annual conferences for the past three years and two of its PyCon Australia conferences to change their passwords after the discovery of a server breach.
Thanks to CoreOS, Kubernetes, Google's secret sauce for managing containers on its clusters, is on its way to your data center.
There's a new kind of computer in town and it's resides on an HDMI stick that's not much bigger than a pack of gum.
Ubuntu takes another step forward as a cloud operating system by incorporating Chef support into its enterprise Linux distributions.
A look at special cases and uncooperative distributions - problem solving in Linux UEFI Multi-Boot
Windows is the number one desktop operating system by a wide margin, but you might be surprised at number two and three.
Google is offering a new incentive for using its Google Compute Engine. With Google Cloud Launcher, you can launch more than 120 popular open-source packages.
I covered the general layout and operation of UEFI boot in my part one. Now it's time to get down to brass tacks, and see what my multi-boot configuration looks like.
It's been years since The Document Foundation announced that LibreOffice would be ported to an online version. It looks like it will finally arrive... in 2016.
There is indeed a Squid bug in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, but it's in pre-beta, unreleased code.
As if wiping one of my disks weren't enough, Windows Update has decided to go into a 'reboot loop' on my desktop Windows 7 system.
The best Chromebook is also, easily, the most expensive Chromebook. For some people, though, it's worth the money.
Microsoft has updated its patent agreements -- both of which likely include Linux licensing elements -- with Fuji Xerox and Melco Holdings.
Want the newest developer tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 or 7? The beta's ready for you now.
No sooner said than done - the LMDE 2 Betsy beta release is now installed.
A screen-shot walk-through of the excellent Fedora Linux 20 installer - and why I love it.
I've been exploring Fedora Heisenbug in five different guises - Gnome 3, KDE, Xfce, LXDE and MATE
UPDATED for 2013. Give gifts that inspire your favorite hackers to make something great. Our exclusive Hacker Gift Guide features Ladyada's top gifts for hackers of all styles, ages and interests.
Let's look at some of the best Linux-based gadgets available this Black Friday.
Android rules, iOS is cool, but third place is up for grabs. With the release of Ubuntu Touch, Canonical shows that its first Linux for mobile devices may have what it takes to be a major smartphone operating system.
The most new-user friendly of all Linux desktop distributions, Ubuntu has a new, better release: Ubuntu 13.10, Saucy Salamander.
What it's like at a LinuxCon? Join me in a virtual walk about the North America LinuxCon 2013 in New Orleans.
Groundbreaking Balkan hacker conference BalCCon: First Contact brought hackers from all over the world to its successful launch and makes plans for next year's edgy event.
This weekend the Balkan Computer Congress BalCCon: First Contact is putting Balkan hackers center stage with international hackers at the first-ever Balkan hacker conference.
If you want an old-style, hard-working, windows, icons, menus, and pointer desktop, then what you want is Linux Mint 15.
Korora is based on Fedora, but comes with lots and lots (and lots) of additional packages — here's my screenshot gallery of the desktops and contents.
Linux power users may not love Ubuntu, but everyone else can.
The Live image is Secure Boot compatible, but the installed system is not?
XP will be falling off the Microsoft support wagon within a year, and Windows 8 is, ah, unattractive. Here are the best of your alternative choices.
Here's my experience of installing Fedora 18 with UEFI Secure Boot - and why the much-maligned anaconda installer is not as bad as a lot of people think.
The launch of Windows Vista will create a huge opportunity for Linux vendors to take a larger share of the corporate desktop market, according to the president of Linux Australia.In this one minute clip, which was shot on the first day of the Linux.
From Oracle OpenWorld 2006: CEO Larry Ellison announced Wednesday that Oracle will now support Red Hat Linux at much lower rates than Red Hat offers right now. Is that frightened penguin scared of Ellison?
At the Vortex 2005 conference in San Francisco, the Linux distributor's CEO Matthew Szulik talks to business author Geoffrey Moore about competing with Sun Microsystems and Red Hat's role as a thought leader in the open-source community.
Intel CIO Stacy Smith sits down with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber in a Face to Face interview to share his challenge of saving money while increasing performance. Wireless technology, he says, will be outfitted for nontraditional spaces such as construction sites and hospitals.