LinuxMagazine: Use the browser-based Cockpit tool to monitor and administer multiple Linux servers without leaving your desk.
OMG!Ubuntu: The GNOME 3.34 release date is set, and the full release schedule for the new development cycle finalised.
Cookie is a free and open source template-based file generator that speeds up the process of writing scripts, Makefiles, LaTeX documents, and other one-off files.
Linux.com: The Mageia Welcome App is a boon for new Linux users.
LinuxJournal: Create handy command-line utilities in Rust.
LinuxInsider: Time-tracking software records the time you spend on tasks.
eWEEK: Ahead of Pwn2Own, Mozilla released 21 security advisories for flaws that have now been fixed in the open-source web browser.
Phoronix: One of the most interesting announcements out of NVIDIA's 2019 GTC conference is the introduction of the Jetson Nano, NVIDIA's latest Arm developer board featuring a Tegra SoC
Tecmint: Watchman is an open source and cross-platform file watching service that watches files and records or performs actions when they change.
eWEEK: "Trust" is an often-overused term, but according to Rohit Ghai, president of RSA Security, trust is the key to understanding and managing digital risk.
Disabling the reset keys is a good thing to know.
2DayGeek: These commands allow you to check whether the given port is open or not in the remote Linux system.
Techrights: Microsoft is still preying on GNU/Linux using patents, notably software patents
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: At the annual OCP Global Summit, there were two core themes for networking.
The Alias command in Linux saves a lot of your time and improves your efficiency.
Learn the basics of the tee command along with a few advanced use cases.
For general users, elementary OS is one of the finest distros out there
By default, SSH listens on port 22.
GamingOnLinux: We all want to get the best performance out of our Linux games
Linux users can say goodbye to manually creating bootable SD cards for Raspberry Pi with PiFlash.