h-online.com: Linux 3.3 can change the size of ext4 filesystems faster and supports ACPI 5.0, LPAE for ARM processors, Ethernet teaming and hot replace for software RAID. Meanwhile,
mylinuxrig.com: I kind of love it when interviewees say they have a perfect Linux setup. It’s nice to see someone living the dream. Goblin, aka Tim, has a setup he considers to be perfect, and that gives us all something to strive for.
hackaday.com: Here’s something we thought we would never see: computing with just pipes, /dev/zero, and /dev/null.
wannabeg33k.blogspot: Fedora is a great OS. Its Linux as it should be free and usable, at the cutting edge but completely stable. But it still lets a lot to be wanted such as the non free software, libraries which are essential in day to day life. Few nitty gritties installed and the make a wonderful environment to work and play.
phoronix.com: Just about 24 hours ago I spread the news about a major vulnerability in X.Org / XKB that makes it trivial for anyone with physical access to a Linux-based desktop system to easily bypass any screensaver lock whether you're using GNOME, KDE, or most other desktop environments. So what's changed in the past day?
dasublogbyprashanth.blogspot: I've reviewed Fuduntu a couple times before. There's a new release out, so I'm reviewing it now.
ericsbinaryworld.com: I’ve often envied Debian both for its ease up upgrades and for its stability. On the other hand, I like having the latest stuff. I’ve heard a lot about Aptosid (formerly Sidux) which turns Sid (the unstable repo) into a usable distro. So I figured I’d see what Aptosid’s up to.
freesoftwaremagazine.com: I write this article exactly 24 hours after receiving my Galaxy Tab 10.1. After all that, I came to the realisation that we are in front of a forking path. On one side there is the death of GNU/Linux as we know it. On the other side, there is a new exciting world.
gigaom.com: For anyone thinking the big data trend is a flash in the pan, some new evidence to the contrary. A hefty 75 percent of IT pros and developers responding to a new Linux Foundation survey have their eye firmly on this big data phenomenon.
zdnet.com: Over the past decade Linux has made little progress in terms of becoming a credible threat to the dominance of Microsoft in the desktop space. After years of prediction that the ‘Year of the Linux desktop’ was coming, market share still lingers at around the 1% mark. Things are changing.