zdnet.com: Businesses really, really want trained Linux professionals, and the Linux Professional Institute wants to help by providing a new training program for middle-school students on up.
juszkiewicz.com: Yesterday I switched my home desktop from Ubuntu 13.10 to Fedora 19 to have work environment ready for my Red Hat tasks.
- Booting a Self-Signed Linux Kernel
- Further details of FinFisher govt spyware leaked
- September 2013 Issue of Linux Journal: How-tos
- Fun with Btrfs on Ubuntu
- The Mandriva Education Programme
- Interview with Patrick one of the men behind Emmabuntüs
- M$ Goes All-in As a Patent Troll
- Linux Is the Best OS for Big Data Apps
- Limpag: Worst nightmare
- Install Third Party Software in Ubuntu Software Center
- Linux Top 3: Linux 3.11, Kubuntu Goes Commercial
- Tiny $45 cubic mini-PC runs Android and Linux
linuxnov.com: Elementary OS team have been developing this release for a long time since the release of the long term support release Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin. After using Luna OS, I understand how much effort they did in this release to became what it is right now.
networkworld.com: Just as Windows 8 and MacOS X 10.0 users in the past, Linux users are facing some change to the status quo in their desktop environments.
linuxinsider.com (blog safari): Our favorite operating system is now 22 years old, and that means we're that much closer to a freedom-enabled future. "The sky is the limit!" blogger Mike Stone suggested. "Well, I guess Linux already is used on the International Space Station, so I guess the sky isn't the limit."
muktware.com: Kubuntu is one of those few GNULinux based distributions which brings the two leading technologies together – Ubuntu and KDE. There are quite a lot of businesses which are using this combination in their set-up. Till now there was no professional support available for Kubuntu users. To fill this gap the Kubuntu community has launched commercial support for businesses, organizations and individuals.
Welcome to this year's 35th issue of DistroWatch Weekly! The OpenIndiana project, forked from OpenSolaris after it had been abandoned by Oracle, has seemingly been in steady decline for the last couple of years. Nevertheless, its development continues and even though the progress is slow, new pre-release versions regularly appear on the project's download servers. Jesse Smith evaluates the recently-released version 151a8.
- Use an EOL Kernel (Gentoo)
- Retail Shelf-space For GNU/Linux PCs
- New Kubuntu Dev Tools
- Linux Mint Monthly News July 2013
- Slackware 12.* are EOL This Year
- Ubuntu 13.10 Will Not Have Scopes in Ubuntu Software Center
- Upgrading the Painless Way with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
- openSUSE Issues and their Resolution by Kernel of the Day
- OMDV.org Landing Page
- Experimental Render Nodes Will Be In Linux 3.12
- Tuxradar Podcast Season 5 Episode 15
linuxblog.darkduck: I'm not sure I have a favourite distribution. But, my favourite desktop environment is KDE.