Check It

Easy monitoring with Checkmk

Mar 02, 2022

We'll show you how to use the Checkmk open source monitoring tool to monitor your home router.

Make It One with Linux

Hardware optimized for Linux

Sep 23, 2022

We interview TUXEDO Computers founder Herbert Feiler about the company's past, present, and future.


Deleting metadata from files

Feb 03, 2022

Digital camera images often reveal personal information embedded in metadata. Several Linux tools let you remove unwanted metadata to help preserve your privacy.

New Chip in Town

Exploring the RISC-V processor architecture

Feb 03, 2022

The open source RISC-V processor architecture is poised to shake up the processor industry. Thanks to the Qemu emulator, you can get to know the RISC-V without waiting for affordable hardware.

Bird's-Eye View

Visualize your network with Skydive

Dec 31, 2021

If you don't speak fluent Ethernet, it sometimes helps to get a graphical view of what your network is doing. Skydive offers visual insights that could reveal complex error patterns.

Screen Makeover

Customizing screen resolutions with xrandr

Aug 30, 2021

You can boost productivity on an old laptop using xrandr to quickly and easily gain some extra screen real estate.

NAS for the Masses

Turning old hardware into network storage

Nov 28, 2021

EasyNAS lets you set up network-attached storage in next to no time – even on old hardware.

DragonFly BSD

Rethinking Unix-like systems

Apr 07, 2022

Matthew Dillon, founder of DragonFly BSD, discusses the past, present, and future of BSDs.

Answering the Call

Rocky Linux looks for a place in the enterprise

Aug 18, 2022

Rocky Linux emerges as a free alternative to Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Fresh Breath of Life

Replacing Android with LineageOS

Nov 28, 2021

Breathe new life into your old smartphone: The TWRP recovery image and the free Android offshoot LineageOS let you install the latest security updates every week.

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