• Programming Snapshot – Performance Analysis

    Experienced sys admins always use the same commands to analyze problematic system loads on Linux. Mike Schilli bundles them into a handy Go tool that shows all the results at a glance.

  • Tutorial – LÖVE Physics

    Video game animation is not simply a matter of making your characters move – you also have to consider the physics of the world in which they move.

  • Picture This

    With PlantUML, you can quickly create all kinds of diagrams using human-readable text and reuse them anywhere.

  • 21st Century SSH

    ShellHub offers an innovative approach to remote access with minimal reconfiguration of a firewall.

News and Articles

  • Tuxedo Computers Joins the Ryzen Bandwagon

    Tuxedo Computers has released the Tuxedo Boot BA15 with an AMD Ryzen 3500 CPU.

  • Linux Apps on Windows Is Coming

    Linux GUI apps will be coming to Windows Subsystem for Linux.

  • Pop!_OS

    Pop!_OS’s design may get in the way of its functionality for some users.

  • Linux Usage Is on the Rise

    According to NetMarketShare, Linux saw a significant bump in usage during April.

  • Lenovo is Jumping on the Linux Laptop Bandwagon

    PC and laptop maker Lenovo is set to release ThinkPad laptops pre-installed with Fedora Linux.

  • NEWS

    In the news: Nextcloud Partners with IONOS; Linux to Get High Resolution Wheel Scrolling; KDE Developers Are Working on a TV Interface; System76 is Developing a New Keyboard; Embedded Linux Joins the Fight Against COVID-19; and AWS Launches a New Linux Distribution.

  • New Kid

    Systemd has already changed almost everything about the Linux startup process. Now an experimental new feature takes on the challenge of user home directories.

  • Watchdog

    Admins and power users like to watch the load on their computers. Glances lets you see immediately if something is wrong.

  • Status Report

    Billed as the future of package management, universal package systems like Snappy and Flatpak have failed to live up to their promise.

  • FOSSPicks

    Like tardy London buses, Graham has waited months for a decent open source instant messenger client to arrive, and then in this month's FOSSPicks, he found two. Perfect for staying in touch with friends and family from the comfort of your own sofa.

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