Articles found under tag: desktops
NetworkWorld: Installing the Rust programming language on your Linux systems could turn out to be one of the more rewarding things you've done in years.
ServerWatch: Fedora 29 Beta was released on Sept. 25, providing an early look at new capabilities coming in Red Hat's community Linux project.
Endless OS is mostly used to teach computing all over the world
Tecmint: Linux has a useful utility called file which carry out some tests on a specified file and prints the file type once a test is successful
Linuxconfig: Most mature database solutions provide tools and know-hows on how to tune the database, identify possible bottlenecks
Big telecoms want to make sure that when 5G is rolled out wholesale, that data centers are ready to handle expected new use cases from the edge.
Linuxize: Nginx Server Blocks allows you to run more than one website on a single machine
Cloud-based voice recognition assistants have grown massively over the past few years
ITwire: More than a week after Linux creator Linus Torvalds said he would be taking a break from leading kernel development, it is still unclear as to what actually led to his decision.