Stop using PDFs with these two smart digital archive formats that work perfectly on Linux.
ostechnix: Parse and pretty print JSON with command line tools on Linux.
A Linux system administrator can quickly reset a user forgotten password using passwd command
Forbes: As Epic continues to move mountains and challenge Steam with its new Epic Games Store, many Linux gamers have one pressing question: when will it come to their platform of choice?
LinuxJournal: Kernel development is truly impossible to keep track of.
RedMonk: The Amazon and Elastic controversy is the product of a collision of models.
Phoronix: Solus 4 has officially set sail as the latest version of this popular desktop Linux distribution that is known for its "Budgie" desktop
Linus Torvalds: You all know the drill by now - the merge window is closed, and things are supposed to calm down.
Fedora needs no introduction because it is one of the most popular Linux distributions
Do you know how to use the PATH variable?
GamingOnLinux: Valve is getting ahead of the game
CommunityBridge is a Cynical Microsoft-Funded Effort to Show Zemlin Works for ???Community???, Not Microsoft
TechRights: The Linux Foundation (or Zemlin PAC) continues to take Microsoft money and polishes or launders that as community
HowToForge: In this tutorial, we will explain some popular Nginx server security tips and tricks.
Five projects you can take on with your team or your kids on Pi Day or any day of the year.
Seth Godin recently argued that more marketing data is not always better:
EnterprisersProject: IT leaders and Kubernetes users share some advice that goes against the grain
Opera 60 is the next major release of the Chromium-based web browser
Learn how to create a PDF file, convert a document to PDF and how to edit PDF files on Ubuntu.
Control Android Devices From Your Desktop With scrcpy (Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, Linux Mint Installation)
LinuxUprising: scrcpy is a free and open source application to display and control Android devices connected via USB (or wirelessly, but with lower performance) from Linux.
2DayGeek: Do you know how to check AD integration in Linux?