FOSSforce: One of the things you get from a business oriented open source conference like ATO is a glimpse of how particular companies approach open source.
LinuxGizmos: This HDMI stick media player runs on a dual-core SoC and offers mirroring support.
ITworld: The setfacl (set file access control lists) and getfacl (get file access control list) commands were designed to allow more than the traditional limited assignment of privileges.
ZDnet: Red Hat Co-founder Bob Young talks about the company's humble beginnings.
ITworld: I never saw Darling as being as in-demand as Wine since most people seem to need Windows apps far more than those from OS X.
The Inquirer: MOZILLA HAS REVEALED plans for a version of Firefox OS specifically for the Raspberry Pi.
TechRepublic: Kemp treated NASA like a series of startups.
ServerWatch: SUSE is out today with its SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 release, providing users with new server and desktop features.
Linuxtechi: If the statement is not true , the shell jumps beyond the end of the if statement block & Continues on.
Phoronix: OverlayFS is a simple union file-system already used by some live DVD/USB Linux distributions like Mageia and OpenWRT.
GamingOnLinux: Aspyr Media has detailed in a new blog post their progress on the Mac & Linux Civilization: Beyond Earth ports.
LinuxInsider: Calculate Linux 14 is a distribution designed with home and SMB users in mind.
The Linux Rain: Memo is a very simple, command-line driven application
NetworkWorld: I've used LXDE for weeks, and I'm still having trouble finding much to say about it. That's not a good sign.
LinuxUser & Developer: Richard Hillesley looks back to the halcyon days of software hacking to explore the origin of the spirit of Linux
OStatic: CloudStack v4.4.1 reflects dozens of new features and improvements
net-security: PacketFence is a free and open source Network Access Control (NAC) solution.
OpenSource.com: OpenStack has presented a huge opportunity for technologists at many levels.
softpedia: Canonical is not wasting any time and the Ubuntu developers have started working on the upcoming Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) a few days ago, right after the launch of Ubuntu 14.10.
About.com: One of the questions commonly asked by users thinking of using Linux for the first time is "What Makes Linux So Good?".