The development team behind the popular UBCD (Ultimate Boot CD) project have announced recently that they are working on a Live version of Ultimate Boot CD, which is currently based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system and has the ultimate goal of becoming a Parted Magic replacement.
Before I dive in, I suggest that you read 6 reasons people with disabilities should use Linux, which provides background for my article. Gnu/Linux distributions provide great advantages over proprietary alternatives for people with disabilities. In this article, I'll discuss some of the advantages, as well as areas that need improvement. Because I use Fedora, my article is written based on my experience with that Linux distribution. read more
Linux is for everyone from 13 to 84. Don't believe me? See for yourself.
Linux has a well deserved reputation as being one of the most secure platforms for individuals and businesses. This is largely due to the way security is integrated into the system, but there is a great risk in being too complacent. Recent events serve to remind us that there is no such thing as an uncrackable system.
During the keynote of the Ubuntu Online Summit for the upcoming Ubuntu 15.10, Mark Shuttleworth shared a few details about a new upcoming Ubuntu smartphone.
Some of us work for money. Some of us work for love. Some of us work for both, or just because we feel compelled or obliged.
Now that the Wagtail CMS is gearing up for its 1.0 release, I wanted to take some time to introduce you to the all around best and most flexible Django CMS currently available. Wagtail has been around for a while, but doesn’t seem to get the attention I believe it deserves. read more
The New 9 Series Kicks off with the Release of the new Xfce Edition which comes in 2 flavors. Read the release notes in the Xfce Section above and then grab your Copy from the Download section. MakuluLinux is a Debian-based distribution providing a sleek, smooth and stable user experience on any computer. It includes pre-installed multimedia codecs, device drivers and software for everyday use.
In today's open source roundup: What makes Linux distributions different from one another? Plus: Chromixium combines Ubuntu and Chrome OS. And Ubuntu 15.10 to be called Wily Werewolf.
Canonical has announced that Git repositories can now be hosted directly on Launchpad, which was one of the most requested features of the community.
Will come pre-installed with Android and Kodi home-theater software.
Vtiger CRM is an open-source Customer Relationship Management application written in PHP. It offers features such as sales automation, marketing automation, analysis and reporting, customer support and many others.
After a 25 year gestation, Hurd has finally been born. It was a difficult birth and it’s now being kept in an incubator under the care of Debian.
You are running a Linux server at home, which is behind a NAT router or restrictive firewall. Now you want to SSH to the home server while you are away from home. How would you set that up? SSH port forwarding will certainly be an option. However, port forwarding can become tricky if you are […]Continue reading... The post How to access a Linux server behind NAT via reverse SSH tunnel appeared first on Xmodulo. Related FAQs: How to create an HTTP tunnel on Linux with httptunnel How to diff remote files over SSH How to edit a remote file over ssh How to create a secure incremental offsite backup in Linux with Duplicity How to block unwanted IP addresses on Linux efficiently
On March 3, the Manjaro development team had the pleasure of announcing the immediate availability for download and testing of the second Preview release of the upcoming Manjaro Linux 0.8.13 operating system.
Every one of us has already had this fight at some point: Apple or Android? The two dominant players in the mobile space carry with them very loyal fanbases who, for some reason, like to spar off with one another over whose tech-daddy could beat up the other. The companies compete with the same level of petty at times, which doesn't help.
A new Steam Hardware Survey has been released for the month of April, and it doesn't bring good news for Linux users. This is probably one of the worst months for the Linux platform in a long time.
A few days ago, Microsoft released Microsoft Visual Studio Code, a new development tool for Windows, Linux and Mac OS, mostly focused on web development. What do you think about it? It was really necessary?
Same source-code running on the major desktop and mobile platforms. We were told to "prove it". So we did.
Today we take a closer look at the number one feature of the upcoming Mozilla Firefox 38.0 web browser, due for release on May 12, 2015, an all-new tab-based Preferences page that many other modern browsers already have for some time now.