eWEEK: Barely 90 days after Red Hat acquired Inktank, a major new release of Inktank Ceph Enterprise debuts.
ZDnet: Public PCs aren't safe, so what's a PC user to do? Carry a Linux distribution on a USB stick in their backpocket of course!
LinuxInsider: The KDE integration is much more controlled in KaOS than in other Linux choices.
HowToGeek: Linux distributions tend to use two different types of release cycles: standard releases and rolling releases.
LinuxConfig: Are you working on a project and need to submit your progress, statistics or perhaps you need to calculate a value of your code?
BusinessInsider: The world of open-source software is even more male than the general tech industry. (Yes, that's possible.)
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Mozilla: With today’s release, mozjpeg 2.0 can reduce file sizes for both baseline and progressive JPEGs by 5% on average
softpedia: Another month has passed and another updated ISO image of the lightweight and powerful Arch Linux operating system has been cooked by the distro's developers
techspot: In this follow up article we build on that as we go deeper to discuss file metadata, permissions, timestamps, as well as some new tools like tee, Vim, and more.
NextStep4IT: DM-Multipath stands for Device mapper multipathing.
LinuxGizmos: Belgian father-and-son startup DPTechnics is promoting its new open-spec "DPT Board" as an educational tool for budding embedded developers.
ZDnet: The popular Linux desktop has its first major renovation in over six years.
The VAR Guy: Rackspace has rolled out new cloud hosting plans that offer consultation service and even direct management of cloud servers, in addition to infrastructure.
xmodulo: A typical RPM package on Red Hat-based systems requires all its dependent packages be installed to function properly.
NetworkWorld: Some hits and some misses as Canonical tries to cover everything from the smartphone to the desktop to the cloud
opensource.com: Jonathan LaCour, VP of cloud at Dreamhost, explains how current trends in cloud infrastructure technology are returning the Internet to its open roots.
GamingOnLinux: Unity Linux developer Levi Bard has reached out to ask the community for help in gathering a comprehensive list of game pad mappings.