Since 1994: The Original Monthly Magazine of the Linux Community
Open source? Proprietary? What license should I use to release my
A few weeks ago I ran into a neighbor, whom I'll call Leo, while he was out
taking his dogs to the park. Leo stopped me to ask about some software he's
"Hey, you do open source stuff for companies, right?" Leo asked.
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For weeks, the world's been talking about severe Intel design flaws
affecting many CPUs and forcing operating systems to look for sometimes
News briefs for March 19, 2018.
Tails 3.6.1 is out, and the release fixes many security holes in 3.6. Update now. more>>
Bash is a shell and command language. It is distributed widely as the default login shell for most Linux distributions. We've rounded up some of the most popular Bash-related articles for your weekend reading.
A list for protecting yourself and others from the most common and
easiest-to-pull-off security crimes. more>>
News briefs for March 16, 2018. more>>
Red Hat's Spectre remediation currently requires new microcode for a complete fix, which leaves most x86 processors vulnerable as they lack this update. Oracle has released new retpoline kernels which completely remediate Meltdown and Spectre on all compatible CPUs, which I install and test on CentOS here. more>>
News briefs for March 15, 2018. more>>
Since the turn of the millennium, online publishing has turned into a
vampire, sucking the blood of readers' personal data to feed the appetites of
adtech: tracking-based advertising. Resisting that temptation nearly killed
News briefs for March 14, 2018. more>>
Boasting as many pages as most technical books, this month’s issue of Linux Journal comes in at a hefty 181—that’s 23 articles exploring topics near and dear to everyone from home automation hobbyists to Free Software advocates to hard-core hackers to high-level systems architects.
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Python is easy to use, powerful, versatile and a Linux Journal reader favorite. We've round up some of the most popular recent Python-related articles for your weekend reading. more>>