Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Red Hat and Fedora

Filed under
Red Hat
  • Red Hat Inc (RHT) Price Target Raised to $90.00

    Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT) had its price objective boosted by RBC Capital from $85.00 to $90.00 in a research note published on Tuesday morning, MarketBeat reports. They currently have an outperform rating on the open-source software company’s stock.

  • 3 Hot Technology Stocks: Lam Research Corporation (NASDAQ:LRCX), Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT), J2 Global Inc (NASDAQ:JCOM)
  • Company Shares of Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) Drops by -4.04%

    Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) has dropped 4.04% during the past week, however, the bigger picture is still very bullish; the shares have posted positive gains of 0.96% in the last 4 weeks. The shares has underperformed the S&P 500 by 0.26% during the past week but Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) has outperformed the index in 4 weeks by 1.5%.

  • Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT) – Morning Large Cap Report
  • FAD Singapore 2015

    Last weekend I participated in the FAD Singapore 2015. Apart from the annual review of the last year’s expenses and budget planning for the coming year, the most important agenda for this meeting was – To develop a strategy for the Fedora community growth across APAC region. Fedora Ambassadors came from various countries(Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Cambodia) across the Asia pacific.

  • LetsEncrypt now available in Fedora

    LetsEncrypt recently entered into a public beta. Thanks to the work of the LetsEncrypt team and Fedora packagers, the official LetsEncrypt client is now available in both Fedora 23 and Rawhide. To learn how LetsEncrypt works or what it is, you can read more in the Fedora Magazine article announcing the public beta launch. In this article, we provide a basic configuration to secure an Apache HTTPD-based site with a LetsEncrypt certificate.

  • Elections (Vote Now!), Atomic, OpenQA, Let’s Encrypt, and GNOME shortcut key design

    Voting is open to all Fedora contributors, regardless of the area you work on — not just packagers or ambassadors, but designers, writers, marketers, testers, translators, and everything else.

More in Tux Machines

Why Linux stands out amongst other OSes

Up until recently, Elementary OS was my platform of choice. It's an elegant, simple, and user-friendly solution for the desktop. One thing that the Elementary developers do that I believe is fairly wise is to not allow upgrades from one major release to another. In other words, if you use Elementary OS Loki, you can't upgrade to Juno. To get the benefits of Juno, you must do a full-blown re-install of the OS. Why is this route wise? My latest adventures in Linux will help explain. A few months ago, I purchased a System76 Thelio. It's a beast of a desktop, while at the same a masterful work of art. Preinstalled on that desktop machine was System76's own Pop!_OS. Based on Ubuntu, it seemed like a great way for me to dive back into the GNOME desktop. So I did. It took no time to get accustomed to the new workflow with GNOME. Once my fingers understood the new keyboard shortcuts, I was good to go. Read more

Android Leftovers

Rancher Labs Releases Slim OS for Its Edge-Focused K3s Platform

Rancher Labs has developed an operating system for its recently launched edge-specific k3s Kubernetes distribution designed for resource-constrained environments and easier management when deployed within the k3s environment. Sheng Liang, CEO and co-founder of Rancher Labs, said the conveniently named k3OS uses the same declarative syntax as other Kubernetes resources. This allows a user to install and upgrade the k3s platform and the k3OS at the same time. Users can also use the k3OS platform to model infrastructure-as-a-code, which allows for repeatable cluster deployments and should make the k3s clusters more secure when running in isolated environments. It also has a reduced attack surface that further bolsters its security posture. Read more

OpenBSD 6.5 Released With RETGUARD, OpenRSYNC

OpenBSD 6.5 was released today, about one week ahead of schedule for this security-minded BSD operating system. OpenBSD 6.5 is bringing several prominent new features including RETGUARD as its new stack protector and OpenRSYNC as its ISC-licensed in-progress replacement to rsync. OpenBSD 6.5's new RETGUARD functionality aims to be a better stack protector on x86_64 and AArch64 with instrumenting every function return with better security properties than their traditional stack protector. Read more Also: OpenBSD 6.5