How to Install and Use Docker on Linux | Linux.com


Containers are all the rage in IT — with good reason. Containers are lightweight, standalone packages that contain everything needed to run an application (code, libraries, runtime, system settings, and dependencies). Each container is deployed with its own CPU, memory, block I/O, and network resources, all without having to depend upon an individual kernel and operating system. And that is the biggest difference between a container and a virtual machine; whereas a virtual machine is a full-blown operating […] Continue Reading…

5 Coolest Linux Terminal Emulators | Linux.com


Sure, we can get by with boring old GNOME terminal, Konsole, and funny, rickety, old xterm. When you’re in the mood to try something new, however, take a look at these five cool and useful Linux terminals.
Xiki
Number one on my hit parade is Xiki. Xiki is the brainchild of Craig Muth, talented programmer and funny man (funny as in humorous, and possibly other senses of the word as well). I wrote about Xiki so long ago, in Meet Xiki, the […] Continue Reading…

How to Install Firefox Quantum in Linux | Linux.com

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Samsung to Bring Linux to the Galaxy Phone » Linux Magazine

The same year Canonical decide to pull out of the consumer space, Samsung is bringing a pure desktop Linux experience to PCs. Unlike Apple, Google, or Microsoft, Samsung doesn’t have any tightly integrated offering for professionals who need a desktop to get work done. Samsung came out with DeX, an accessory for Samsung Galaxy phones that connected with a monitor and offers a desktop-like interface. It’s an experience similar to Ubuntu Dock or Motorola […] Continue Reading…

Fedora 27 is Released » Linux Magazine

Red Hat sponsored Fedora project has announced the release of Fedora 27 family of the operating system. Fedora is now released in three editions targeting different use-cases – Fedora Workstation, Fedora Server and Fedora Atomic Host. Even if these editions cater to different use-cases, they use the common base packages. All editions come with GNU C Library 2.26 and RPM 4.14.Fedora 27 Atomic Host, the upstream of Red Hat Atomic Host, is meant for […] Continue Reading…