Linux Planet: Linus Torvalds released the fourth major Linux kernel of 2014 this week with the debut of Linux 3.16 on August 3.
eWEEK: Docker sells its platform-as-a-service business to cloudControl to ensure that "dotCloud PaaS customers have a good home with an experienced PaaS provider."
ServerWatch: HP has a number of older operating systems that it continues to maintain and support for its customers
eWEEK: Here are guidelines to help users limit security risks in WordPress.
LinuxGizmos: Itus Networks is set to launch a $149 iGuardian network security appliance on Kickstarter that runs OpenWRT Linux and the Snort IPS stack on a MIPS64 SoC.
All Linux Users Blog: how you can protect Single User Mode with Password on RHEL / CentOS 5.x and RHEL / CentOS 6.x.
techdrivein: Rainbowstream is a fun little terminal based Twitter client for Ubuntu.
FOSSforce: During that age of the dinosaur, Mandrake was considered to be the cat's meow of easy-to-use Linux distributions.
softpedia: Adopting open source software instead of upgrading existing proprietary software that's already in use seems to be a very good method to save money, especially if you are part of government.
Fedora Magazine: Fedora is in a great position to be the best platform for development and, in many cases, actual production use of containerized cloud apps.
LinuxJournal: They say you never forget your first computer.
Register: Language specs, in and of themselves, are nothing new.
OpenSource.com: Paying talented developers to write high quality code isn't cheap
Linux User: Far from setting itself up to be in competition with the Raspberry Pi, the Kano is actually powered by it.
Linus Torvalds: So nothing particularly exciting happened this week, and 3.16 is out there.
LinuxLinks: At the end of the day, what is important is that you find an email client that offers what you need
All Linux Users: Just installed CentOS 7 on my Virtual machine and realized that, Firewalld is bit complicated as I am using iptables firewall
tecmint: Cheat is an interactive cheat-sheet application
Since 2002, the software known as XBMC has gone through three namings.