• Defying Chaos

    Even in a small office, countless letters, email messages, and PDFs arrive daily. Document management systems help you avoid drowning in the flood of documents.

  • Doubtful Candidate

    The lean PhotoQt tries to join the ranks of modern image viewers, but it's still not very stable.

  • Face to Face

    Swapnil shares some highlights of openSUSE Conference 2017.

  • Tutorials – CherryTree

    Work smarter and faster using this hierarchical note-taking app that's packed with power user features.

News and Articles

  • LibreOffice 5.4 Released

    Comes with improved support for Microsoft Office file formats.

  • Red Hat to Drop Support for Btrfs

    The company is building their own storage solution called Stratis.

  • Tutorials – Apache Spark

    Churn through lots of data with cluster computing on Apache's Spark platform.

  • Charly's Column – libcoap

    Charly did a spot of shopping in a furniture store and came out with a smart lighting system that he has now automated with a Linux PC: Read on for further enlightenment.

  • Open Hardware – Turbot

    The MinnowBoard.org Foundation offers an open source single-board computer that is fast enough for professional use, but accessible for all user levels.

  • Linux Voice

    Data protection laws are not just about keeping personal information safe; they are also about stopping the derivation of personal insights from seemingly harmless information.

  • Fully Charged

    Linux offers some useful command-line tools that leverage the ACPI power management framework to display detailed data on the status of a laptop battery.

  • Programming Snapshot – Driving Data

    A connector plugged into the diagnostic port of Mike Schilli's cars sends current information such as speed, acceleration, and fuel economy via the mobile phone network to a cloud service. An app and a programmable API read out the data and provide stunning visualizations.

  • On the DVD

    Debian 9 and Tails 3

  • Delve into ELF Binary Magic

    Discover what goes on inside executable files, how to reverse-engineer them, and how to make them as small as possible.