Square's financial tech recognizes its dependence on open-source software by joining the OIN.
Red Hat may no longer support old-style CentOS Linux, but other groups have forked CentOS and now they're offering technical support. This now includes CIQ offering support services for Rocky Linux.
As open-source licensing becomes an ever more important issue, the group which oversees these licenses has finally named its first Executive Director, Stefano Maffulli.
Red Hat won't support CentOS 8 past the end of the year, but CloudLinux will provide updates and support to CentOS 8 until the end of 2025.
Some users won't be happy.
The SCO vs. IBM lawsuit that was once seen as an existential threat to Linux became a bad legal joke. Now the suit may finally be put to rest. Well, some of it anyway.
It's been 30 years since Finnish graduate student Linus Torvalds drafted a brief note saying he was starting a hobby operating system. The world would never be the same.
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux's history to date.
The Linux Foundation and allies will pay developers to help secure Linux and open-source software programs.
AlmaLinux, the CentOS Linux clone, is available in ever-larger markets, including Microsoft's Azure cloud.
Another major social network, TikTok, acknowledges the importance of Linux and open-source software by joining the OIN.
Sometimes a programming cure is worse than the disease. That's the case with this Linux glibc security bug.
The eBPF program started as just a network filter, but it's become Linux's swiss-army knife tool and now its future will be in the hands of the eBPF Foundation.
Security company Qualys is partnering with Red Hat to bring built-in Cloud Agent security to Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS and Red Hat OpenShift.
Top Linux developer Kees Cook calls for everyone to push more for securing Linux.