• Zack's Kernel News

    Considering Plan 9 extensions for type conversion, supporting heterogeneous systems, and optimizing CPU idle states.

  • Under Steam

    The Proton runtime environment, which is based on Wine, brings a new crop of Steam-powered games to Linux.

  • Programming Snapshot – Go

    Go comes with an image-processing toolkit right out of the box. In this month's column, Mike Schilli explains how to walk through a photo's pixels to detect the foreground by comparing values against a threshold and shows how to manipulate the original by creating a nice looking silhouette.

  • Multimeter

    What cannot be measured cannot be improved. Netdata lets you measure almost anything – at least as long as it's about the performance and health of a Linux computer.

News and Articles

  • Trickle

    The trickle command-line utility helps you shape network traffic.

  • VMware Rolls Out Essential PKS

    Virtualization vendor brings commercial support to upstream Kubernetes.

  • Linux 5.0 Is Here

    Linus says don't get excited, but the new release contains some significant updates.

  • FOSSPicks

    This month Graham fires up MuseScore 3.0, hexyl, weborf, Chrono, and several other useful Linux tools.

  • Programming Snapshot – Go

    Go comes with an image-processing toolkit right out of the box. In this month's column, Mike Schilli explains how to walk through a photo's pixels to detect the foreground by comparing values against a threshold and shows how to manipulate the original by creating a nice looking silhouette.

  • Essential Craft

    If you're running a small company, and you can't seem to keep up on invoices, orders, and other business documents, time to have a look at Kraft.

  • On the DVD

    MX Linux and SystemRescueCD

  • Command Line – unison

    Unison is a handy tool for file syncing, backups, and merging. To get the most out of unison, however, you need to invest time perfecting your preference files to meet your needs.

  • Under Steam

    The Proton runtime environment, which is based on Wine, brings a new crop of Steam-powered games to Linux.

  • maddog's Doghouse

    Fifty years ago, limitations in computing had more to do with cost than know-how; maddog takes us back to 1969.

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