Category Archives: Linux News

OpenSuse Leap Reinforces Linux Faith

OpenSuse Leap 42.2 goes a long way toward maintaining Suse’s reputation for reliability and stability. That said, new users might need a push to take the leap from their familiar distros to this latest OpenSuse release. Business users can remain confident that upgrading to the latest edition won’t put them too close to the bleeding… Read More »

Cracking the Shell

If you’ve begun to tinker with your desktop Linux terminal, you may be ready to take a deeper dive. You’re no longer put off by references to “terminal,” “command line” or “shell,” and you have a grasp of how files are organized. You can distinguish between a command, an option and an argument. You’ve begun… Read More »

Some great blog news

Several news about the Linux notes from DarkDuck blog came last week, and I’d like to share them with you, my readers. 1. First of all, the number of likes for the Facebook page of this blog is now reached the 1000 level, and even more than that! Join the team! Like that page too!… Read More »

IBM Launches Enterprise-Strength Blockchain as a Service

IBM on Monday unveiled the first enterprise-ready Blockchain as a Service offering based on The Linux Foundation’s open source Hyperledger Fabric version 1.0. IBM Blockchain, which lets developers quickly establish highly secure blockchain networks on the IBM cloud, is a transformative step in being able to deploy high-speed, secure business transactions through the network on… Read More »

Why do you use Linux and open source software?

As I mentioned when The Queue launched, although typically I will answer questions from readers, sometimes I’ll switch that around and ask readers a question. I haven’t done so since that initial column, so it’s overdue. I recently asked two related questions at LinuxQuestions.org and the response was overwhelming. Let’s see how the Opensource.com community… Read More »