• Info Tubbies

    The name of the tool that columnist Charly Kühnast recommends this month may sound like the Teletubbies, but it is but far from infantile when it comes to functionality. In fact, inxi provides detailed and precisely controllable hardware and system usage information for the host computer.

  • Needlework – Digitize your LPs and cassettes with Audacity

    Armed with the Audacity sound editor, you can convert the analog content of LPs, tapes, and cassettes to the digital world.

  • Video Wizardry

    Linux has some excellent graphical video-editing tools, but sometimes working from the command line with FFmpeg is just better.

  • Better Boots

    The Shim bootloader lets Linux users regain some control over the Secure Boot process.

News and Articles

  • KubeCon Concluded in Austin, Texas

    The Kubernetes community gathered in Austin, Texas.

  • Dell to Disable Intel’s Insecure IME

    Dell responds to the reports of critical vulnerabilities in the Intel vPro Management Engine.

  • Introduction

    This month in Linux Voice

  • NEWS

    This month in the news: Samsung to bring Linux to the Galaxy phone, System76 releases Pop!_OS, Linux comes to Windows, Docker embraces Kubernetes, and we are under a Bad Rabbit attack. 

  • Info Tubbies

    The name of the tool that columnist Charly Kühnast recommends this month may sound like the Teletubbies, but it is but far from infantile when it comes to functionality. In fact, inxi provides detailed and precisely controllable hardware and system usage information for the host computer.

  • Better Boots

    The Shim bootloader lets Linux users regain some control over the Secure Boot process.

  • News Analysis

    Open source communities need equal rights.

  • Video Wizardry

    Linux has some excellent graphical video-editing tools, but sometimes working from the command line with FFmpeg is just better.

  • Melt

    Whether you are an expert or a beginner, you can learn to edit audio and video clips at the command line with Melt.

  • Trusted Computing

    The Trusted Platform Module on your computer's motherboard could lead to better security for your Linux system.

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