• Ports of Call

    A few basic commands for working with ports can help you make your small network or standalone system more secure.

  • Gold Rush

    With climate change wreaking havoc across the planet, we were just beginning to think about how we could use our technology to conserve fuel and reduce our carbon footprint. Then along came crypto mining.

  • Efficiency Angel

    Germany created Blue Angel, the world's first eco-label for software, back in 2000. The methodology behind Blue Angel could serve as a model for other countries as governments turn their attention to the environmental impact of software.

  • Music Maker

    MusE, a digital audio workstation, offers a free software solution for MIDI projects on Linux.

News and Articles

  • Danielle Foré Has an Update for elementary OS 7

    Now that Ubuntu 22.04 has been released, the team behind elementary OS is preparing for the upcoming 7.0 release.

  • Desktop ERP

    An open source ERP solution can save you thousands of dollars – in licensing fees as well as customization expenses. BlueSeer is an open source ERP solution that runs on the Linux desktop.

  • Zack's Kernel News

    In Kernel News; Retargeting the Magic SysRq Key; and The Seventh Circle of Bug-Tracking Hell.

  • Down in the Mine

    The Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD) method breaks the business of data analytics into easy-to-understand steps. We'll show you how to get started with KDD and Python.

  • Network Tattletale

    OpenSnitch, an application-based firewall, protects you from unwanted data leaks by letting you set customized rules for all your applications.

  • Welcome

    The past few years have seen some encouraging signs from Microsoft. For instance, they no longer propagate transparent and self-serving falsehoods about Linux at every opportunity. However, recent events indicate that maybe the new Microsoft might be all too much like the old Microsoft.

  • On the DVD

    Zorin OS 16.1 Core and Super GRUB2 Disk

  • Graphical Interface

    Many users never look back once they get started with a tiling window manager. A close look at XMonad shows why.

  • What's Old Is News Again

    Tiling desktops have been experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Here are a few options that can help keep your desktop better organized.

  • Assembler on Pi

    Talk to your Raspberry Pi in its native assembler language.

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