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Any organization is fundamentally a pattern of interactions between people. The nature of those interactions—their quality, their frequency, their outcomes—is the most important product an organization can create. Perhaps counterintuitively, recognizing this fact has never been more important than it is today—a time when digital technologies are reshaping not only how we work but also what we do when we come together.read more
If you're looking to take your container management to the next level, the Rancher Docker Container Manager might be just what you need.
At the Embedded Linux Conference, Intel’s Stephano Cetola offered tips and tricks for getting the most of Yocto Project and its BitBake build system, from using layers and SSTATE cache to exploring package feeds and BitBake scripts. Despite its widespread and growing adoption, the Yocto Project is one of the more misunderstood of Linux technologies.
Raise your hand if you’ve always wanted to try Gentoo Linux but never did because you didn’t have either the time or the skills to invest in such a challenging installation. So, what’s a curious Linux user to do, when they want to experience this elite distribution? One option is to turn to the likes of Redcore Linux.
Episode 005 of the Fedora Podcast is now available. Episode 005 features Editor of the Fedora Magazine Paul W. Frields. Paul is a former Fedora Project Leader and former manager of the Fedora Engineering team.
News briefs for April 13, 2018.
This Week in Open Source News: OpenContrail Moves to The Linux Foundation, Enhanced Performance For Linux Games & More
This week in Linux and open source news, OpenContrail SDN becomes Tungsten Fabric, a new open source tool aims to improve the Linux gaming experience, and more!
The GNOME 3.28 desktop environment received today its first point release with a plethora of various bug fixes and improvements for numerous of its core components, marking it as ready for mass deployments.
Ravada is an open-source project that allows users to connect to a virtual desktop. Currently, it supports KVM, but its back end has been designed and implemented in order to allow future hypervisors to be added to the framework. The client's only requirements are a web-browser and a remote viewer supporting the spice protocol.
It isn’t hard to find what you’re looking for on a Linux system — a file or a command — but there are a lot of ways to go looking. Here are 7 commands that can help you, including find, locate, mlocate, which and whereis.
Each year the Fedora Project holds a conference for contributors known as Flock. The Flock 2018 conference will be in Dresden, Germany from 8-11 August. The conference is open to all contributors. Here’s a message from the Flock organizing committee about this year’s conference. We are very grateful to the bidders for this year’s flock. […]
Kontron’s “ACE Flight 1600 Gateway Router” avionics computer runs Linux on a Bay Trail Atom, and provides a 5-port, L2-managed GbE switch, 4G LTE Advanced-Pro, 802.11ac, and DO-160G compliance. Kontron’s has added to its ACE Flight product line with a compact low-end router computer designed for small commercial jets and business jets. The fanless ACE […]
Zabbix is an open source monitoring tool for network services, network hardware, servers, and application. In this tutorial, we will show you step-by-step how to install and configure an open source monitoring system Zabbix 3.4 on the CentOS 7 system.
Have you ever considered helping the next generation of developers take their first steps into the wonderful world of open source?read more
ownCloud is a popular open source enterprise web application used for data synchronization and file sharing.
Epiq Solutions has launched a 51 x 30mm “Sidekiq Z2” module for SDR that runs Linux on a Zynq-7010 and integrates an Analog AD9364 RF transceiver for 70MHz to 6GHz operation. Epiq Solutions, the makers of the Linux-driven Matchstiq SDR RF transceiver devices, has added a new member of its Sidekiq line of SDR add-on […]
In this article we will show you how to connect to your servers without a password using a SSH key.
Red Hat has joined the ever-growing list of amazing tech podcasts with their new venture, Command Line Heroes.read more
Way back in 2004, Jonathan Schwartz, then Sun's chief operating officer, suggested that cars could become software platforms the same way feature phones were. He was right. But, it's Linux, not Java, which is making the most of "smart cars". BMW, Chevrolet, Honda, Mercedes, and Tesla all have one thing in common besides making cars: Their cars all run Linux.
Did you ever download an AppImage file and you didn't know how to use it? Or maybe you know how to use it but you have to navigate to the folder where you downloaded the .AppImage file every time you want to run it, or manually create a launcher for it. With AppImageLauncher, these are problems of the past.