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  • The Do It Yourself age by Richard Hillesley

    Such is the spirit of Linux and free software.

  • March 2016 Issue of Linux Journal

    If you've booted Linux in the past decade, you've used an initrd in order to load the system. Using an init ramdisk (or initram filesystem) is a great way to load a temporary, stripped-down root filesystem during bootup. Eduardo Arcusa Les explains the nuances of initrd and shows how to take advantage of the brilliant concept that makes booting Linux so easy. Using a real-world example, he describes how initrd has been incredibly useful for him and can be for others as well.

  • openSUSE becomes mentoring organization

    University students can spend their summer break writing code and learning about open source development with openSUSE while earning money through Google’s 12-year old, annual international program.

  • My Debian Activities in February 2016
  • Monthly News – February 2016

    I’d like to thank the phpBB team and Automattic (the company behind WordPress.com) for reaching out to us to see if and how they could help.

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