In a post-Brexit Britain, Code Club hopes to help provide more opportunities for children and young people to develop the skills that will help them compete in an increasingly digital world.read more
I have always been a big fan of Docker and that is very visible if you regularly read this blog. However, I am very disappointed lately how Docker handled the 1.12 release. I like to think of version 1.12 as a great proof of concept that should not have received the amount of attention that […]
For a slice of something this weekend you might want to check out the latest update to GNOME Pie, the circular app launcher for Linux desktops. This post, Fresh From the Oven: GNOME Pie 0.6.9 Released, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Glances is a cross-platform curses-based system monitoring tool written in Python. We can say all in one place, like maximum of information in a minimum of space. It uses psutil library to get information from your system.
This indicator applet lets you switch between different sets of pinned apps on the Unity launcher with a quick click. Ideal for those with cluttered Ubuntu desktops. This post, How To Switch Between Different Lists of Pinned Apps on the Unity Launcher, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Git has become the default version control system for much of the open source world. While Git hosting services like Github and Bitbucket are good and work well, they leave you dependent on those services for everything, including crucial factors like uptime and security. Aside from that, neither of those services are open source. Thankfully, […]
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux's history to date.
To say that Microsoft and open source have a rocky history would be an understatement. This is the company that once famously called Linux “a cancer” and had been in the habit of attempting to discourage enterprise adoption of Linux with not-so-veiled threats of patent litigation and by sowing what the open source community came […]
A year by year summary of the most significant events in Linux’s history to date.
In this article, the strongSwan IPsec VPN will be installed on Ubuntu 16.04 (LTS), I will show the integration of OpenSC for hardware tokens and finally the creation of a gateway-to-gateway tunnel using a pre-shared key and x.509 certificates.
The upcoming release of Ubuntu 16.10 is getting closer as the developers deliver the first beta build. Five of the official Ubuntu sub-projects participate in the testing – Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu MATE and Ubuntu Studio. Ubuntu MATE is the first with the release announcement: “We….
VIDEO: Nicko van Someren, CTO of the Linux Foundation, discusses how the CII is moving forward to make open-source software more secure.
“Secure by design” doesn’t mean that Linux users should take a carefree approach to security. On the Internet, somebody’s always hiding behind the firewall trying to pick the lock.
The Ubuntu 16.10 Beta 1 releases are now available to download. This post, Ubuntu 16.10 Beta 1 Released, Available to Download Now, was written by Joey-Elijah Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
If you’re a refugee from Windows, you may be finding the Linux world slightly confusing, wondering how you can get the all same functionality you had in Windows, but still enjoy the freedom that Linux offers. Never fear!