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It may never be as big as Windows, but Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth still sees a bright future for the Linux desktop.
Red Hat, via OpenShift, wants to help developers build the new model hybrid cloud.
Yes, the sudo command has a security bug. But, in the real world, it's hard to see how it could be used against you.
SUSE may be leaving OpenStack, but the project has lots of customers and it's getting ready to release its 20th version: Train.
Richard M. Stallman resigned from leading the Free Software Foundation, but he appears to have kept his top role in the GNU Project. Some GNU programmers would like to see him leave.
SUSE, a long-time supporter of the OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud program, is getting out of the OpenStack cloud business.
And you shouldn't be either. Every company wants to rule Linux -- none of them can or ever will.
With the next version of Fedora, support for the obsolete 32-bit version Linux will be dropped.
Just because IBM owns Red Hat doesn't mean it's not working with other Linux powers such as Ubuntu Linux.
In a leaked internal memo, Docker CEO reveals the troubled company is looking for more money.
Sure, anyone can sue anyone, but winning this intellectual property lawsuit against the GNOME Foundation, a leading open-source and Linux non-profit group, will be a heck of a challenge.
Linux pioneer Gaël Duval's /e/ OS is still in beta but it's available for your smartphone or on refurbished Samsung smartphones.
The new "free" major Linux server operating system is here.
After developers pushed Chef Software to cut ties with ICE, there have been renewed calls for open-source licenses, which include morality clauses. For better or worse, such licenses aren't open source nor are they enforceable.
Red Hat's little brother server operating system will now come with a rolling release option: CentOS Stream for developers.
Chef developers and executives fought over the company's contract with US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement. Faced with this, Chef Software's management first resisted, but it has now given in to demands to start severing ties with ICE.
Once a year, Linux's top developers meet at Linux Plumbers and the Kernel Summit to hash out problems and concerns with Linux development. Here's what happens.
iPhones are not now, nor have they ever been, worth their high price tags. And, yes, that includes the iPhone 11. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols shares his disdain for Apple's ubiquitous device.
The Eclipse Foundation has announced the release of the Jakarta EE 8, the first truly open-source, vendor-neutral version of Java Enterprise Edition.
If you want to manage your Kubernetes container images securely and reliably, you should check out the latest release of Red Hat Quay.