• Playing Nice

    Getting Windows programs to work on Linux is difficult even if you're using the famous Wine Windows-compatibility environment. Fortunately, the PlayOnLinux graphical interface can ease some of the pain.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

  • Slow and Steady

    "maddog" explains that the seemingly clear concept of Free and Open Source Software is not so clear to all involved, and that education takes time.

  • Linux Casting

    Google's Chromecast device lets you stream content directly to your TV. Castnow connects to Chromecast from a Linux system.

News and Articles

  • Setting Type in LibreOffice

    LibreOffice Writer is a serviceable desktop publisher with more typography features than most users imagine.

  • Mumblehard Still Spams

    Sophisticated malware is still present on Joomla and WordPress sites around the world.

  • Launchpad Gets Git

    Future versions of Ubuntu's code service will support the popular Git version control system used with Linux and other open source projects.

  • Pebble Tricks

    Using a couple of apps and a bit of coding, you can teach your Pebble smartwatch some clever tricks.

  • Hello Firefox

    The ZTE Open C Firefox phone costs less than $70. The integrated developer environment in Firefox makes Firefox OS ideal for users who always wanted to develop their very own apps.

  • A Wonderful Noise

    Thanks to the Carla plugin host, you can now integrate plugins in any format into any audio application. Carla also comes with a universal toolkit for modular sound generators.

  • Bakers and burners

    Quality Assurance is "like a baker testing his recipe for a cake by trying it once it is out of the oven," says Bernhard Wiedemann, inventor of openQA. OpenSUSE's openQA project is a powerful tool for testing Linux distributions – and even Android images.

  • Perfect lines

    The Inkscape vector graphics tool replaces expensive commercial solutions such as Adobe Illustrator. This article shows how to get started with Inkscape.

  • Playing Nice

    Getting Windows programs to work on Linux is difficult even if you're using the famous Wine Windows-compatibility environment. Fortunately, the PlayOnLinux graphical interface can ease some of the pain.

  • On the DVD

    CentOS 7 and Linux Lite 2.4