Linux might be struggling for a decent desktop market share but it is definitely ruling the world of supercomputers. [Read more...] about Linux Runs on All of the Top 500 Supercomputers, Again!
In this throwback history article, we’ve tried to look back into how some of the earliest Linux distributions evolved and came into being as we know them today. [Read more...] about The Earliest Linux Distros: Before Mainstream Distros Became So Popular
To comply with the new code of conduct, a developer from Intel proposes to replace F-words in the Linux kernel code with "hug". [Read more...] about New Patch Replaces F-Words in Linux Kernel Code with “Hug”
Best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals that should be of interest to many Linux users. The deals are on Linux gadgets, courses, books, magazines, merchandises, and servers. [Read more...] about Best Black Friday & Cyber Monday Deals for Linux Users
Linux Kernel 4.19 has been released. It's a long-term support release. The release announcement also brings the news of Linus Torvalds' return and tries to clarify the recent controversy over the Linux code of conduct. [Read more...] about Linux Kernel 4.19 LTS Release is Here!
Pine64 is considering a budget Linux smartphone and tablet running KDE Plasma. [Read more...] about Pine64 is Working on a Linux Smartphone Running KDE Plasma
Complete beginner guide shows you how to replace one Linux distribution with another from the dual boot while keeping the home partition as it is. [Read more...] about How to Replace One Linux Distribution With Another From Dual Boot [Keeping Home Partition]
Gunpoint is a 2D stealth game in which you play as a spy stealing secrets and hacking networks like Ethan Hunt of Mission Impossible movie series. We reviewed the game on Linux for you. [Read more...] about Gunpoint is a Delight for Stealth Game Fans
This tutorial shows you how to install Kazam screen recorder and explains how to record screen in Ubuntu. The guide also lists useful shortcuts and handy tips for using Kazam. [Read more...] about Record Screen in Ubuntu Linux With Kazam [Beginner’s Guide]
Linux kernel has a new code of conduct (CoC). Linus Torvalds took a break from Linux kernel development just 30 minutes after signing this code of conduct. And since the writer of this code of conduct has had a controversial past, it has now become a point of heated discussion. With all the politics involved, not many people are happy with this new CoC. [Read more...] about Linux Has a Code of Conduct and Not Everyone is Happy With it