eWEEK: Chef updates its open-source detection and evaluation tool to help organizations with security compliance in the cloud.
ServerWatch: Open source web server now benefits from new HTTP/2 directive that can help to accelerate web page delivery.
Tecmint: xz is a new general-purpose, command line data compression utility, similar to gzip and bzip2.
ostechnix: This articles describes the most commonly used keyboard shortcuts in Bash.
Hackernoon: It's old and mostly forgotten, but Chroot can save your life when you most need it.
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ZDnet: Is Linux perfectly secure? Heck no.
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