Gnome 3.0 brings new levels of integration and ease of use to the Linux desktop. But it also brings a lot of changes-- will it be welcomed or resisted?
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Fedora 14 beta focuses on plumbing more than pretty, with improvements in virtualization, Perl, and Python, and continuing on its own track independently of RHEL 6.
If you're looking for good open source developer tools, you literally have thousands to choose from. So Cynthia Harvey focuses on 60 of the best.
The 802.1X authentication protocol is crucial for securing Wi-Fi business networks. Eric Geier rounds up six powerful open source 802.1X implementations for your business network.
The Linux-based Android mobile platform is exploding, with thousands of tasty apps to choose from. Juliet Kemp shares a few of her favorites, from secure remote administration to eBooks to file managers and more.
Canonical CTO Matt Zimmerman gives an inside look at how he works with Ubuntu's engineering teams and the upstream community.
Both Linux and FreeBSD are built on strong networking stacks, and both make first-rate firewalls and routers. Many commercial products are based on these. Eric Geier rounds up four firewall/router projects for our perusal.
The 2010 Ohio LinuxFest organizers demonstrate that finding more women speakers and presenters isn't all that hard, and that real diversity in FOSS is more than just a word.
Many of the major Unix, Windows and Linux operating system vendors offer 10-year support lifespans-- with one conspicuous exception.
Is Btrfs a better filesystem for Linux? Project founder Chris Mason explains what's right and what's still missing.
A critical, years-old flaw is found and patched in the main Linux kernel. But all distros have yet to follow suit.
At last, the breakneck torrent of changes and improvements has slowed, and KDE 4 is settling into a quieter groove. Bruce Byfield examines this latest new KDE release.
When the simple file and printer sharing features offered by Windows, Unix/Linux, and Mac aren't enough, you should consider using a network-attached storage (NAS) server.
The new multi-touch UTouch framework finds a home in Ubuntu's upcoming Maverick Meerkat release. Will it usher in a new era of Linux user experience?
Top Linux kernel developers detail what's next for Linux, and why the bar has been raised to become a kernel contributor.
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