• Programming Snapshot – Go

    Every photo you take with your mobile phone stores the GPS location in the Exif data. A Go program was let loose on Mike Schilli's photo collection to locate shots taken within an area around a reference image.

  • Liberation

    You could spend hundreds of dollars on specialized IoT appliances and fixtures, or you could just hack a smart plug and talk to it with your Linux system.

  • Pass the Hat

    A touch display, a case, and a custom add-on board transform the humble Rasp Pi into a high-performance function generator that rivals expensive commercial offerings.

  • Class Reunion

    Intranets with multiple servers and services require careful configuration. With Karoshi Linux, even complex structures can be set up in no time at all.

News and Articles

  • Debian Buster Arrives

    The latest release of Debian comes with tightened security.

  • IBM Acquires Red Hat

    Red Hat becomes an independent entity within IBM.

  • Write a Novel with Open Source Tools

    If you are looking for an open source tool to help you write your next novel, bibisco, ManusKript, and Plume Creator can help you get started.

  • Fail2ban

    Fail2ban is a quick to deploy, easy to set up, and free to use intrusion prevention service that protects your systems from brute force and dictionary attacks.

  • Charly's Column – Mi Flora

    Columnist Charly Kühnast recently attached Mi Flora humidity sensors to his potted plants. At first, they only transmitted junk on Bluetooth, but armed with the right tools and a Rasp Pi, Charly now reaps a rich harvest of data.

  • Tutorials – Shell Scripts

    Letting your scripts ask complex questions and give user feedback makes them more effective.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Zack Brown reports on cleaning up dependencies on older GCC versions, protecting RAM from hostile eyes, and verifying return addresses.

  • Class Reunion

    Intranets with multiple servers and services require careful configuration. With Karoshi Linux, even complex structures can be set up in no time at all.

  • On the DVD

    openSUSE Leap 15.1 and SystemRescueCd

  • Pass the Hat

    A touch display, a case, and a custom add-on board transform the humble Rasp Pi into a high-performance function generator that rivals expensive commercial offerings.