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The Linux Professional Institute: Taking FOSS Exams to the World

Evan Leibovitch is the director of community relations for the Linux Professional Institute, an organisation he helped found two decades ago “to support the...

Microsoft Proves it Truly Loves Linux, Announces Next Version of Windows...

Microsoft also announced a slew of other offerings for Windows developers, including Windows Terminal, XAML Islands, React Native for Windows and MSIX Core. Microsoft’s newfound...
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Toradex Launches a New Industrial Linux Software Platform Torizon

Toradex platform was designed to provide the developers a chance to take benefit of the huge Linux ecosystem without the requirement to be a...

“There are no ‘road maps’ or rigid rules when it comes...

With more than two decades of history, the Linux kernel is one of the biggest and fastest developing open source projects, with about 53,600...

How to Avoid Priority Inversion and Enable Priority Inheritance in Linux...

This article focuses on avoiding priority inversion with the help of priority inheritance in real-time process execution, which accesses the kernel code. Kernel synchronisation...

Paragon Releases New Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software

Microsoft NTFS for Linux by Paragon Software boosts the performance of users by opening direct access to the partitions in which they had difficulties...
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Top Ten Linux Commands for Systems and Network Admins

The command line interface is a very potent tool in Linux. It helps systems and network admins execute different tasks seamlessly. Here is a...

Setting up a Proxy for Docker Containers in Linux Machines

With the popularity of cloud computing on the rise, there has been a steady increase in the use of container technology by enterprises. Docker...

Getting Started with CAN Networking in Linux

This article is aimed at giving the reader a glimpse of the CAN protocol support in the Linux environment through the SocketCAN stack. The CAN...

Software Freedom Can Lead to Self-Reliance, says DeepRoot Linux Founder

Abhas Abhinav, founder of the Bengaluru based DeepRoot Linux, is an entrepreneur and hacker specialising in free software and hardware. For him, free and...
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