techweekeurope.co.uk: Since it emerged in the 1990s, Linux has been the leading open source project, and has shown just what free and open source code can do. Despite its manifest ability, Linux is still all too often hidden under the covers – so users of popular smartphones may be unaware they have it in their pockets. Let’s raise your Linux awareness… Try our Linux quiz!
computerworld.in: A decade ago, businesses debated deploying Linux or not. The discussion has now moved to which Linux to use.
itworld.com: Christine Hall at Foss Force considers whether or not Linux offers too much in the way of choice for users. Do we have too many distros available? Has that hurt the adoption of Linux on the desktop?
darkduck.com: I have read very positive comments about OpenSuse, Mageia, PCLinuxOS, but I have had problems with them in the past, which is why I had to erase them and re-install something else.
linux.com: In this article, we'll take a high-level look at the security features of the Linux kernel. We'll start with a brief overview of traditional Unix security, and the rationale for extending that for Linux, then we'll discuss the Linux security extensions.
ostatic.com: Once upon a time I wrote distribution reviews for a living. That's all I did. Now I ain't saying I was the best, in fact, I'm sure barely competent describes my work and knowledge. Nevertheless, I did learn one important truth when it comes to writing Linux reviews.
everydaylinuxuser.com: Since the introduction of Windows 8 there have been more and more questions appearing on the /r/linux, r/linuxquestions and /r/linux4noobs sub-reddits at Reddit asking how to install Linux on laptops that come with UEFI secure boot enabled.
phoronix.com: In the past few days there have been a number of proposals for new features in Fedora 20, some more exciting than others. Here's a look at the Fedora 20 proposals to date.
makeuseof.com: When a user is first introduced to Linux, they might be told they’re using Linux, but they’ll quickly learn that it’s called something else. Yes, Ubuntu, Fedora, Linux Mint, Debian, openSUSE, and so many others are all variants of Linux, or “Linux distributions”. That’s cool and all, but if you give it a little thought, you’ll be asking yourself why.
linuxadvocates.com: I get surprises every day. Some are good and some less than good. The other day I came across a really good surprise: Netrunner 13.06 Enigma.