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The Fedora Project, a Red Hat, Inc., sponsored and community-driven open source collaboration, announced the general availability of Fedora 32, the latest version of the fully open source Fedora operating system. Fedora 32 includes new features aimed at addressing issues facing modern developers and IT teams. Highlights include key updates to Fedora’s desktop-focused edition, Fedora …

You may think you’re new to Linux, but you’re really not. There are 3.74 billion global internet users, and all of them use Linux in some way since Linux servers power 90% of the internet. Most modern routers run Linux or Unix, and the TOP500 supercomputers also rely on Linux. If you own an Android smartphone, your operating system …

Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, announced enhancements to its partner offerings centered around open hybrid cloud innovation and in support of the growing demand for cloud-native solutions within the Red Hat ecosystem. Using the proven innovations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and Red Hat OpenShift 4 as the …

With 52 percent of shoppers reporting their favorite way to shop is still in store, retailers must continually push the boundaries of in-store experiences. For shoppers, convenience reigns supreme—they want to get in and out with the goods they were seeking, which can only happen when inventory is accessible and smart, connected associates are ready to …

The promise of Kubernetes is to make container management easy and ubiquitous. Up until recently though, the benefits of Kubernetes were limited to Linux-based applications, preventing enterprise applications running on Windows Server from taking advantage of its agility, speed of deployment and simplified management. Last year, the community brought Kubernetes support to Windows Server containers. Building …

Linux containers, in short, contain applications in a way that keep them isolated from the host system that they run on. Containers allow a developer to package up an application with all of the parts it needs, such as libraries and other dependencies, and ship it all out as one package. And they are designed to …

Everybody knows sudo, right? This tool is installed by default on most Linux systems and is available for most BSD and commercial Unix variants. Still, after talking to hundreds of sudo users, the most common answer I received was that sudo is a tool to complicate life. There is a root user and there is the su command, so why have yet …

Overview This guide shows how to install Peppermint OS on a new machine.   Prerequisites A disk or USB drive with a bootable Peppermint10 Link to Peppermint OS 10 download Recommended Machine Requirements Processor based on Intel x86 architecture 1 GiB RAM (system memory) 4 GB of hard-drive space   Installation 01. Plug the media …

Overview This guide shows how to install openSUSE OS on a new machine. Elementary is a Linux-based operating system forked from Ubuntu, Debian.   Prerequisites A disk or USB drive with a bootable openSUSE OS. Recommended Machine Requirements Pentium 4 1.6 GHz or higher processor (Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or higher or any AMD64 or …

Linux’s emergence on the mainframe is indebted to the external developer community working with IBM. Despite my 15 years of experience in the Linux infrastructure space, if you had asked me a year ago what a mainframe was, I’d be hard-pressed to give a satisfying technical answer. I was surprised to learn that the entire …