Has Linux finally found a solid cloud distribution?

Has Linux finally found a solid cloud distribution?
A year ago, August 1st, 2014, I wrote a piece titled "Is the cloudbook the future of Linux?" Now that Microsoft has released their cloud-centric Windows 10, I find myself revisiting that topic… with much wonder. This falls in line with Ubuntu finally …
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Linux 4.2 release 'possible' for next week, if Linus feels good
The world may be on the threshold of another Linux Kernel release. Or it might not. Whether or not Linux 4.2 emerges next week depends on how Linus Torvalds feels next Sunday. On Sunday evening, US time, the Linux Lord gave release candidate 7 the …
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​Ubuntu Linux continues to rule the cloud
By The Cloud Market's latest analysis of operating systems on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Ubuntu has approximately 135,000 instances. In second place, a long, long way back, you'll find Amazon's own Amazon Linux Amazon Machine Image …
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Linux Foundation Certification Anniversary Sale – Get Trained And Certified
logo-lftcert-sysadmin A year ago this week, we launched our Linux Foundation Certification Program. Since then, we've had thousands of people sign up to take these performance-based exams, and more and more employers are asking for these …
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IBM Brings Linux-only Mainframe Computers for Enterprises

IBM Brings Linux-only Mainframe Computers for Enterprises
Linux-only mainframe computers are now popular in the market, thanks to International Business Machines Corporation (IBM – Analyst Report). The company has launched Linux-only mainframe called LinuxONE. For the large enterprise market, the company …
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The problem with Linux text-to-speech (TTS)
Ken Starks is the executive director of Reglue (Recycled Electronics and GNU/Linux Used for Education), which accepts broken or decommissioned computers to refurbish and place into the homes of financially disadvantaged kids in and around the Austin, …
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Top Tweaks for the Linux Desktop
These days installing Linux on your computer is fairly straightforward. Even when it comes to installing your favorite Linux distro onto a PC using UEFI. The tweaking takes place when you're trying to setup the desktop environment for your daily tasks …
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Windows 10 From a Linux User's Perspective
Since I feel more comfortable with Linux distributions than with Windows, I thought it would be interesting to see what Microsoft has done since Windows 7 and 8. In this article, I'll walk you through how I see Windows 10. What it did well, where it …
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Find the Perfect Linux-Compatible PC with Ubuntu's Hardware Database
Some PCs are more difficult to run Linux on than others—it's all about the drivers. Some laptops are available with Linux pre-installed, but plenty aren't—even though they may make great Linux PCs. The Ubuntu Certified Hardware database helps you …
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How an open-minded sysadmin got me hooked on Linux

How an open-minded sysadmin got me hooked on Linux
I have to admit: at this point, I was hooked. I wouldn't have been able to do a fraction of these things with my proprietary tools, and the friendliness of the Linux community was infectious. When I flew to Boston I met with Patrick, the sysadmin who …
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Dual-booting Linux with Windows: What you need to know
Windows 10 isn't the only (kind of) free operating system you can install on your computer. Linux can run from just a USB drive without modifying your existing system, but you'll want to install it on your PC if you plan on using it regularly …
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IBM Creates Linux Without Limits
Linux is the fastest growing operating system in the industry with significant drivers expanding it in mission critical applications in the industry. The causes for this trend are speed, agility, a unified development environment, and cost. The quality …
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LinuxCon: IncrediBuild for Linux and Android, Linux Foundation’s new …

LinuxCon: IncrediBuild for Linux and Android, Linux Foundation's new
IncrediBuild is looking to accelerate Android and Linux software development with its newly announced out-of-the-box suite. IncrediBuild for Linux and Android allows developers to visualize their build process without having to change their development …
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Introducing Bcachefs, a Modern COW Linux Filesystem with ZFS and Btrfs Powers
Kent Overstreet, one of the maintainers of the bcache filesystem (also known as bcachefs), had the great pleasure of announcing the general availability of the project, which aims to be a general purpose POSIX file system. Having many of the nifty …
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Top 5: Linux command-line email clients, HTTPS, and more
Storyteller for tech, open source, and Linux communities. On Twitter @jenwike. See some of my projects at Jen.io. Passionate about the open movement, Raleigh, slow food, writing, my family, and a whole lot more. More about me: NC State graduate in …
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Linux AIO Now Lets You Have All the Linux Mint 17.2 Flavors in a Single ISO Image

Linux AIO Now Lets You Have All the Linux Mint 17.2 Flavors in a Single ISO Image
The Linux AIO team, through Željko Popivoda, was happy to inform Softpedia about the immediate availability for download of an updated version of their Linux AIO Linux Mint Live DVD, now based on the recently released Linux Mint 17.2 distribution.
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How an open-minded sysadmin got me hooked on Linux
I have to admit: at this point, I was hooked. I wouldn't have been able to do a fraction of these things with my proprietary tools, and the friendliness of the Linux community was infectious. When I flew to Boston I met with Patrick, the sysadmin who …
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Marble Muse Indie Physics Puzzle Lands on Steam for Linux with 10% Discount
Marble Muse, a physics puzzle title developed and published by Ketos Games on Steam, has been released on the Linux platform as well. Marble Muse is one of the games on Steam for Linux that positions itself in this tiny niche, but there are other games …
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7 Current Trends on the Linux Desktop
Desktop environments are supposed to be yesterday's technology, gradually being replaced by mobile devices. Yet someone apparently forgot to tell the developers of Linux desktops. At a time when desktops are supposed to be obsolete, Linux offers more …
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Slack starts accepting requests for beta access to its new Linux client
“These builds may have some bugs or rough edges, but we won't push out anything that we know to be extremely buggy or non-functional,” Slack says on the Google Forms page where you can sign up for beta access to the Slack Linux app. “We humbly ask …
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