2 days ago
by sjvn+11 +1
Building and Securing Containers with Slim.ai
You can build containers quickly using familiar tools and still end up shipping images with tiny attack surfaces.discuss by sjvn via thenewstack.io
4 days ago
by sjvn+24 +2
Linux power SUSE appoints New CEO Dirk-Peter van Leeuwen
Melissa Di Donato, SUSE's CEO for the last four years, steps down
9 days ago
by sjvn+18 +2
A Decade of Docker
We all use containers today, but until Docker came along, they were rarely used. Here's Docker's story.
13 days ago
by sjvn+28 +3
The SCO vs. Linux Saga: 20 Years of Open-Source Turmoil
This lawsuit was once seen as a huge threat to Linux. It's mostly over now--seriously, there's still one lawsuit to go--but here's my take on the case's long history.
2 weeks ago
by sjvn+23 +4
Linux desktop leaders unite behind Flathub app store. Here's why
One reason why there are so many Linux desktops is that there's endless disagreement on what makes the best desktop. Now, GNOME and KDE are exploring the idea of uniting, using Flatpak to create a Linux desktop app store.discuss by sjvn via www.zdnet.com
2 weeks ago
by sjvn+31 +2
How to replace Windows with Linux Mint on your PC
Sick of Windows? Want to try something different? Then it's time to try the best Linux desktop: Linux Mint 21.1.1 comments by sjvn via www.zdnet.com
3 weeks ago
by sjvn+34 +5
Flathub, the Linux desktop app store, is growing up
Maybe, just maybe, we can agree that Flathub should be the Linux desktop app store we've long needed.
Linux desktop powers consider uniting for an app store
One reason why there are so many Linux desktops is that there's endless disagreement on what makes the best desktop. Now, GNOME, Debian, and KDE are exploring the idea of uniting, using Flatpak to create a Linux desktop app store.1 comments by sjvn via www.zdnet.com
Who writes Linux and open source software?
Developers and, more to the point, the companies that employ them1 comments by sjvn via www.theregister.com
FOSSDA: Preserving the history of open-source and free software
Writing the first draft of open-source and free software's history.
Linux 6.2: The first mainstream Linux kernel for Apple M1 chips arrives
Linux is now ready to run on modern Macs.discuss by sjvn via www.zdnet.com
1 month ago
by Gozzin+33 +5
Ubuntu Advantage is being wired deeper into the distro
Dislike those messages about Ubuntu Pro? Then you won't like thisdiscuss by Gozzin via www.theregister.com
Canonical announces the general availability of Real-Time Ubuntu Linux 22.04 LTS
If you need Ubuntu Linux's familiarity and real-time operating system speed for your IoT devices, Canonical has a new release just for you: Ubuntu Core 22.04
ChromeOS now runs on top of Linux and Zephyr
Google's finest via the what now? Plus: RISC-V-powered Chromebook isn't out of the questiondiscuss by sjvn via www.theregister.com
How AWS uses eBPF to identify security risks
It's not just AWS though. The Linux kernel's eBPF is used for cloud security everywhere.discuss by sjvn via www.silverliningsinfo.com
Top Linux and open-source leaders join the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation board. | Open Source Watch
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10 Years of Dell XPS13 developer laptops
For a decade, Dell has been making top-of-the-line Ubuntu Linux-powered developer laptops. Here's the story behind the machines.
Rocky Linux offers code security patches and info in real-time.
Rocky Linux delivers all the security information and patches you'd ever need, whether it's maintaining your own instances or building your own take.
You can now get Red Hat Enterprise Linux on the Oracle Cloud
Cats and dogs can live together and Red Hat can support RHEL on the Oracle cloud.
2 months ago
by sjvn+30 +4
What is Google doing with its open source teams?
Nothing good – the recent layoffs hit its best and brightest leaders harddiscuss by sjvn via www.theregister.com
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