Articles about Linux
Google won't confirm it, but it's clear that there's a new version of the Chromebook Pixel on its way.
Red Hat Linux still isn't available on Microsoft's Azure cloud, but VMware's hypervisor should be there soon.
Linus Torvalds has decided to move the Linux kernel release from 3.19.x to 4.0 more from whimsy then from a serious need.
Ubuntu Linux aims to become the glue that holds the Internet of Things together with its new partnerships.
A new Raspbian release, a sales milestone reached, and the Raspberry Pi is on its way to the International Space Station.
The Linux Foundation has released its 2015 report "Linux Kernel Development: How Fast It is Going, Who is Doing It, What They Are Doing and Who is Sponsoring It."
Red Hat ARM partnership expands and expects more from its members.
Microsoft is delivering a preview its HDInsight big-data service on Azure available to Linux users, and is making its machine-learning service generally available.
I've been working with the new Raspberry Pi 2 for a few days now. Here are some of my impressions, opinions, and thoughts about it.
Sponsored by Red Hat and Intel
Much is talked about in terms of mining data. Most enterprises, however, 'write once, read never'. How do you make research data available across your organisation at a local level and even move beyond that to a global level?
Cyanogen, the company that backs the popular CyanogenMod alternative Android firmware, wants to take on Apple and Google for mobile operating system domination.
I'm trying out the new RaspberryPi NOOBS 1.3.12 software release - and itching to get my hands on the new RaspberryPi 2 hardware that I just ordered!
The LinuxQuestions website's annual survey results are in.
The new rolling-release Linux distributions are gaining on traditional fixed-release Linux distros.
Ubuntu cloud users see OpenStack rising, Docker getting more talk than traction, and companies moving to the hybrid cloud.
A number of interesting new Linux releases are due out in the next few days or weeks. Here's a quick overview of some of them.
So, ready to start playing Steam-based games on your Ubuntu system? Well, follow-along with me and away we'll go!
Cinnamon, Xfce, LXDM and more comments on anaconda: the fun never stops!
Much anticipated, Fedora 18, otherwise known as 'Spherical Cow' has finally arrived - here's what to expect.
All the Linux Mint Editions have arrived just in time for the holidays - Linux Mint 14 (Nadia) with Cinnamon, MATE, KDE and Xfce dekstops, and Linux Mint Debian Edition Update Pack 6 with Cinnamon and MATE desktops.
The 40th edition of the Top500 supercomputers has named the newly installed Titan, a Cray XK7 system that achieved 17.59 Petaflop/s, as the fastest supercomputer in the world.
The latest version of Ubuntu Linux is ready for your inspection.
Your next PC? It just might be a Chromebook.
Fans of the cheap, Linux-based computer met up in Bristol to show off devices based on the Raspberry Pi, one of a number of events intended to bring enthusiasts together.
The Raspberry Pi mini-computer has taken the tech world by storm. If you're one of the lucky few to get one, one of the first things you'll need is a case. Here's a few to choose from.
The KDE netbook desktop is a little-known and underappreciated alternative that is included in every KDE installation. My step-by-step guide is designed to help raise its profile
Not just a refuge for those disillusioned with Gnome and KDE, the Linux Mint 13 Xfce distribution stands on its own merits
Mint 13 with Cinnamon may well be the best Linux desktop of all for expert users.
Here's how new attempts to capture the desktop show the dreams of Linux are becoming closer to reality.
If you are more of the Debian persuasion, there's still a Linux Mint distribution for you.
As Linux makes its move in the big-business arena, the open-source community faces growing pains. Correspondent James Hilliard asks conference-goers at LinuxWorld 2004 in San Francisco for their thoughts on the transition and how it is affecting the development of the open-source landscape.
As developers gather for LinuxWorld, Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik sits down for a Face to Face interview with ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber and CNET News.com reporter Stephen Shankland. Szulik denies that Red Hat's aim is to be the Microsoft of open source--whose community, he says, is alive and well.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview, Red Hat CEO Matthew Szulik tells ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber why his company is suing SCO Group and whether he believes SCO's actions are slowing Linux deployment. He also reveals Red Hat's plans for the desktop.
Chris Stone claims that Novell is "changing its stripes" to be "more partner-friendly, developer-friendly and now Linux- and open source-friendly." He talks exclusively with Dan Farber in a Face to Face interview about acquiring open-source developer Ximian and the latest twists in SCO's battle with Linux users.