Redis Labs Modules Forked » Linux Magazine

As expected, developers from the desktop projects Fedora and Debian have forked the modules that database vendor Redis Labs put under the Commons Clause.The Commons Clause is an extra license rider that prohibits the user from “selling” the software, and “selling” is defined to include selling services such as hosting and consulting. According to Redis Labs and the creators of the Commons Clause, the rider was created to prevent huge hosting companies like Amazon from […] Continue Reading…

4 Useful Tools to Run Commands on Multiple Linux Servers | Linux.com

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4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux | Linux.com


Linux. It’s powerful, flexible, stable, secure, user-friendly… the list goes on and on. There are so many reasons why people have adopted the open source operating system. One of those reasons which particularly stands out is its flexibility. Linux can be and do almost anything. In fact, it will (in most cases) go well above what most platforms can. Just ask any enterprise business why they use Linux and open source.
But once you’ve deployed those servers and desktops, […] Continue Reading…

Exploring the Linux Kernel: The Secrets of Kconfig/kbuild | Linux.com

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New Manjaro Beta Builds a Better Arch | Reviews

By Jack M. Germain
Oct 10, 2018 5:00 AM PT

Manjaro Linux offers the best of two worlds. It puts a user-friendly face on an Arch-based distro, and it gives you a choice of sensible and productive desktop interfaces.
The Manjaro Linux team released its latest updates running the KDE, Xfce and GNOME desktops, Manjaro Linux 18.0 Beta 7, late last month. All three are solid performers and seem to be ready for final release. A key benefit of Manjaro Linux […] Continue Reading…