Linux

Linux is the best-known and most-used open source operating system. As an operating system, Linux is software that sits underneath all of the other software on a computer, receiving requests from those programs and relaying these requests to the computer’s hardware. Learn more on our what is Linux resource page.

An introduction to Linux filesystems

Introduction to Linux filesystems
This article is intended to be a very high-level discussion of Linux filesystem concepts. It is not intended to be a low-level description of how a...Read more

3 open source time management tools

Tools for time management
These free and open source tools can help you keep better track of your time for enhancing your personal and professional productivity.Read more

3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line

3 Twitter clients for the Linux command line
Your Linux terminal can do everything, including updating your social media. Learn about three open source Twitter clients for the command line.Read more

3 command-line file conversion tools for Linux

3 command line conversion tools for Linux
From time to time, everyone needs to convert a file from one format to another. Here are three terminal tools for Linux to help make conversion easy.Read more

How Minecraft got me involved in the open source community

My open source story: Justin Flory
Editor-in-chief of Fedora Magazine shares how he got involved with the open source community.Read more

Solving the Linux kernel code reviewer shortage

Solving the Linux kernel code reviewer shortage
Operating system security is top of mind right now , and Linux is a big part of that discussion. One of the questions to be solved is: How do we...Read more

Avoiding quality assurance disasters with openQA

Avoiding quality assurance disasters with openQA
Proper quality assurance can save lives and money. That's why the openSUSE and Fedora communities heavily rely on openQA, a fully automated and open...Read more

Asian Penguins turn program into a Linux success

Asian Penguins turn program into a Linux success
A failed Windows laptop program at The Community School of Excellence was turned by the Asian Penguins into a Linux success.Read more