Subject: How to find out if a file exist or does not exist in bash shell
Nixcraft: With the help of BASH shell and IF command, it is possible to find out if a file exists or not on the filesystem.
Subject: Red Hat and Amazon integrate AWS, RHEL, and OpenShift
ZDnet: The public AWS cloud will meet the private OpenShift cloud in Amazon and Red Hat's newest cloud plan.
Subject: Awesome way to improve process monitoring: Install htop Linux on RHEL, Ubuntu and fedora.
There is a colourful yet interactive utility in Linux, called as htop.
Subject: How to Install cPanel and WHM in CentOS 7
cPanel is a well known, most reliable and intuitive commercial control panel for web hosting services.
Subject: Installing Google Play Store on the Asus Tinker Board
OSSblog: This walk-through explains how to install the Play Store on the Tinker Board.
Subject: How to Turn Any Website into an App on Linux
MakeTechEasier: Instead of visiting a website on a browser, you can turn it into a web app and launch it like an app.
Subject: How To Split And Combine Files From Command Line In Linux
Split large files into multiple smaller files, and combine them later in Unix-like operating systems.
Subject: An Simple Way to Access/Setup Google Drive in Linux
Linux users can easily access/setup google drive in Linux completely free of cost through the Nautilus file manager.
Subject: A beginner's guide to Linux syscalls
opensource.com: Learn how system calls can handle a lot of processes, simple and complex, in Linux applications in this beginner's guide to syscalls.
Subject: What to do when your open team has impostor syndrome
Want to overcome your team's feelings of inadequacy? Start by making different language choices.
Subject: In the Depths of the Cloud, Open Source and Proprietary Leviathans Fight to the Death
FOSSforce: Just because open source is winning in the enterprise, that doesn't mean that the proprietary folks have given up their old tricks.
Subject: Open-source chip mimics Linux's path to take on closed x86, ARM CPUs
The RISC-V open-source architecture, created by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, in 2010, is open to all who want to use it.
Subject: Redshift - A Nifty Tool to Reduce Eye Strain at Night in Linux
Redshift adjusts the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings (position of the sun).
Subject: Tesseract OCR: Installation and Usage on Ubuntu 16.04
HowToForge: Tesseract is one of the most powerful open source OCR engine available today.
Subject: Red Hat Delivers Cloud Control and Insight with Ansible Integration
eWEEK: On the second day of Red Hat Summit, CloudForms 4.5 and an update for Red Hat Insights debut, both benefiting from new integrations with Ansible's IT automation capabilities.
Subject: Learn how to fix a Django bug from beginning to end
opensource.com: Contributing to the Django framework is easier than you think.
Subject: DevOps success: 4 reasons teamwork comes first
EnterprisersProject: When an organization decides to adopt a DevOps approach, it requires a company-wide cultural change.
Subject: There's several good reasons not to use lazy, privileged containers
It's probably a little unfair to label everyone who uses privileged containers as "lazy" but certainly from what I've seen some (even security) vendors deserve to be labelled as such.
Subject: How to Make Gnome Shell Look Like Unity
MakeTechEasier: Shuttleworth might have given up on Unity but that doesn't mean you can't still get the Unity feeling..
Subject: How to resolve bash: wget: command not found Error
Wget is an non-interactive down-loader which downloads files from the web. HTTP and FTP protocols being used for downloading the files over internet.