Nixcraft: How to set up an IPSec site-to-site VPN between a Cisco/OpeNBSD IPSec-enabled gateway and firewall running PFSense
ServerWatch: Linux powered open compute servers debut
eWEEK: The new Virtual DNS service from CloudFlare aims to help improve the state of DNS security on the Internet.
Phoronix: The latest development code of Ubuntu's Mir display server now supports multiple displays when using the Ubuntu Phone/Touch Android base.
The final release of Fedora 22 is expected in May.
NextStep4IT: By default, Mozilla Firefox automatically update itself but you can also do a manual update on Ubuntu Linux
HowToForge: This tutorial describes the installation of Gnome 3 and VNC on a headless server (server without monitor) to turn it into a Linux Desktop that you can access from anywhere over the internet with VNC.
tecmint: We will review some essential skills that are required in the day-to-day tasks of a system administrator.
softpedia: While many users already updated to ownCloud 8.0.1, the company urges them to update again to version 8.0.2 in order to patch the faulty version that was accidentally pushed to mirrors worldwide.
GamingOnLinux: Entroware is a UK-based startup aiming their sights at the Linux market
Enterprise Networking Planet: NFV isn't just about making networking work better, it's about the services that networking enables
HowToForge: The "Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment" is quite a fast and energy saving desktop manager.
opensource.com: An update on what is going on in the development of security features for Docker, and how you can help ensure that your containers are secure.
ITworld: It's possible to overdo security and end up damaging productivity.
FOSSforce: Like many distros these days, Bodhi is built on top of a Ubuntu base, in this case using version 14.04 LTS as its core.
eWEEK: The OneCRL effort will supplement existing controls to further validate the authenticity of digital security certificates.
ITworld: Valve has been criticized by some for taking too much time to perfect the hardware of its Steam Machines.
softpedia: GNOME developers are pretty serious about their new toy called Nuntius, which will help them provide notifications from Android phones to the GNOME desktop.
TechRepublic: Sometimes, a backup of a smartphone or tablet just isn't enough, especially if you have a number of (the same) devices that have to be quickly deployed (or redeployed).
ZDnet: With the support of the Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative, the NCC Group will be auditing OpenSSL's source code for problems.