iodigitalsec: The software runs on a Raspberry Pi (or any sane Linux distribution) and is described for testing and research purposes.
Linus Torvalds: So I should probably have delayed this until Wednesday for sentimental reasons: that will be 23 years since I uploaded the 0.01 source tree.
But I'm not an overly sentimental person, so screw that. I'm doing my
normal Sunday release.
ServerWatch: In a video interview with ServerWatch, Miller explains how the Linux distribution building process has evolved over the years to its current state and what's coming next.
Phoronix: After writing earlier this week about a new AMD Catalyst driver paving the way for X Server 1.16 in Ubuntu 14.10, the updated packages have officially landed within the Ubuntu 14.10 "Utopic Unicorn" archive.
InfoWorld: In an unusual, controversial move, the Document Foundation is taking bids for paid development of LibreOffice for Android
Linux.com: Just about any Linux makes an excellent media server because it's lightweight and stable, so you can use whatever flavor you're most comfortable with.
ZDnet: Big Data users who swear by Cassandra should seriously consider upgrading to the new version.
GamingOnLinux: Rising Angels: Reborn is now available for free on Linux and promises to be an interesting sci-fi adventure.
LinuxGizmos: Emtrion's new SBC uses Atmel's Cortex-A5-based ATSAMA5D36 SoC and offers HDMI, 2x Ethernet, a battery charger, -40 to 85°C operation, and draws less than 300mA.
ITworld: Chromebooks have turned out to be much more popular than most people expected when they were first released.
iodigitalsec: I'd built a Linux backup BASH shell script a while ago that I've been using, and wanted to share it.
The VAR Guy: OpenStack cloud computing vendor Mirantis has released OpenStack Express 2.0
Raspberry Pi Today: The BattBorg supports most off-the-shelf batteries or battery packs between 7-36V and offers up to 14 hours of battery life for the Raspberry Pi Model B+
eWEEK: The acquisition of private cloud vendor Eucalyptus could either confuse HP's cloud strategy or consolidate its position. Time will tell.
softpedia: Their goal is to have everything work from the get-go, with as little intervention from the users as possible.
ZDnet: Red Hat brings the latest programming tools to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x and 7.
ITworld: While I certainly hope that Android Wear devices do well in the marketplace, I have learned over the years to put little faith in the predictions of analysts
Linux.com: The pervasiveness of Linux technology means there’s a world of job possibilities for skilled pros.