Vote on the OCI image specification is approved unanimously, with vote on the runtime specification still ongoing.
Last weekend my work phone suddenly stopped working. Not the phoneitself, but rather all service stopped. I first noticed (of course) dueto an inability to load any web pages. Then I tried calling someone andrealized my phone was disconnected. In fact, when someone tried to callme, it said the line was no longer in service.
Actor and online entrepreneur Joseph Gordon-Levitt will be speaking at Open Source Summit North America — Sept. 11-14 in Los Angeles, CA — about his experiences with collaborative technologies.
The Linux 4.12 kernel was recently marked as stable on the kernel.org website by maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman as it received its first point release, which means it’s time for OS vendors to integrate it in their GNU/Linux distributions.
Google may be playing catch up with AWS internationally, but it[he]#039[/he]s making up for lost time.
DNS spoofing is a nasty business, and wise Linux admins know at least the basics of how it works. We’re going to learn the basics by doing some simple spoofing with Dnsmasq.
In the first part of this series, I presented a list of factors that can influence someone's decision to approach a project or problem with either a cooperative or competitive mindset. In this follow-up article, I'll present a few scenarios that illustrate the ways these factors can interact to shape specific instances of collaboration or […]
Keeping our data safe online is something that we get told about a lot. That is because as members of the information generation, it’s all too easy for our most valuable assets our identity and privacy to be compromised. But how can we keep our data safer?
For very large collections of diverse, unstructured information, graph databases have emerged as a technology to help collect, manage, and search large sets of data. In this three-part series, we'll explore graph databases, using Neo4j, an open source graph database.read more
ASUS, the Taiwanese computer and phone hardware and electronics company, announced the Chromebook Flip C213 as an ultimate future-proof education computer for IT in schools.
There are currently around 7,000 languages being used today, with one language dying every two weeks. UNESCO says that half of the world[he]#039[/he]s languages may vanish in a century[he]#039[/he]s time.read more
Corruption, poverty, war, hunger, healthcare, education, safety. These are only a few of the problems faced by people in developing countries. Many of these problems are caused by exclusion, fear, intimidation, broken infrastructure, and lack of money, resources, access to information, and tools.These are hard problems to solve but, as Theodore Roosevelt said:”Nothing in this world […]
It’s the year of GNU/Linux in your pocket! That’s the motto developer Ashish Gulhati put for its new Noodle Pi project, which now has a Kickstarter page and promises to let you create your own, integrated Raspberry Pi pocket computer.
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What is and how does the exchange space work?The swap space or swap is what is known as virtual memory. The difference between real and virtual memory is that the latter uses space in the storage unit instead of a memory module. When the actual memory is exhausted, the system copies part of the content […]