Working with Windows' NTFS drives in Linux has always been difficult, but if the Paragon NTFS driver finally makes it into the Linux kernel, it will be much easier.
New desktop Linux distros arrive a couple of times a week, but Linux Mint retains its hold on my desktop because it works well, and with every release, it only gets better.
Qualsys has found an ugly Linux systemd security hole that can enable any unprivileged user to crash a Linux system. The patch is available, and you should deploy it as soon as possible.
Red Hat offers inexpensive deals for Red Hat Enterprise Linux to school and research groups.
Just how "white and male" is the open-source community? How open is "open source" really? You can help the Linux Foundation find out.
Microsoft has its own Linux distribution and, yes, you can download, install and run it. In fact, you may want to do just that.
For almost 30 years, the number one reason Windows users have given for not running Linux is they couldn't run their programs on it. Now that Windows 365 Cloud PC is almost here that excuse has just been blown to bits.
In the long run, Whitehurst's absence will leave a weakened IBM and Red Hat facing stronger cloud and Linux rivals.
Under Whitehurst, Red Hat became a billion-dollar company and was acquired by IBM. He then moved up to become IBM's President to lead IBM's cloud efforts. Now, out of the blue, Whitehurst is stepping down as IBM's leader.
Red Hat has used RPM for software package distribution for decades, but we now know RPM contained a nasty hidden security bug since Day One. It's now been unveiled and a repair patch has been submitted.
Before you can understand something, you need to measure it. Google is bringing a way to measure security errors across open-source software programs.
This obnoxious Linux systemd bug has been fixed, which means if you're running most recent Linux distributions, you'll need to patch it now.
CloudLinux, best known for its CentOS work, is releasing UChecker, its Linux server security scanner.
The Linux Foundation Public Health is releasing the infrastructure for the first international COVID-19 passport. It's being considered for use by both the United Nations and the European Union.
Maintaining open-source code is a vital but stressful job. Despite that, a recent Tidelift survey found that almost half of code maintainers aren't paid at all.