The results are in! View the winning responses to our Great Command-Line Challenge.
For power users, there's no better way to process large quantities of text than at the command line, and email is no different. Let's look at four great open source terminal email clients for Linux: Mutt, Alpine, Sup, and NotMuch.
After losing his larynx to cancer earlier this year, Ken Starks has become a major proponent of improving the quality of Linux text-to-speech (TTS) software.
Major Hayden offers tips for dealing with impostor syndrome, a feeling that's far too common in open source projects.
For the blind and disabled, this article explains how to install Linux and give a review of eight accessible Linux distributions.
In the early 1990s, Andy Thornton's travels to the United States introduced him to Linux—and his life was never the same.
In honor of the Gnome desktop's 18th birthday on August 15, we've rounded up 18 reasons to toast Gnome and its gnice community.
In this week's Top 5, our readers loved stories about LibreOffice 5, Priyanka Nag's My Linux Story, a tutorial for the KDE file manager Dolphin, patent trolls, and our interview with Jerome Petazzoni of Docker.
Anderson Silva reviews the ASUS Zenbook UX305, an ulta-portable notebook computer that runs Fedora for Linux beautifully.
Few things in the Linux world evoke a strong reaction like SELinux, the security enhancement for Linux. At LinuxCon, Susan Lauber hopes to soften that response and show people the light. In her talk, SELinux—it's all about the labels, Lauber will teach SELinux basics and describe why it's a must-... Read more