Subject: CPUTool - Limit and Control CPU Utilization of Any Process in Linux
tecmint: CPUTool is a simple yet powerful command-line tool for limiting and controlling CPU utilization of any process
Subject: How to run multiple commands in Linux Simultaneously
LinuxRoutes: In Linux for carrying out any task, we need to execute respective commands on the terminal.
Subject: Ubuntu GNOME 17.04 - what does the future look like?
Subject: Firefox-Based Tor Browser 7.0 Officially Released for Anonymous Web Surfing
Based on the latest Firefox 52 ESR (Extended Support Release) web browser form Mozilla, Tor Browser 7.0 is a major update that introduces the multiprocess mode (e10s) and content sandbox from Mozilla Firefox
Subject: Create a new MySQL user and Grant Permissions to MySQL Database
In this tutorial, we will explain how to create a new user and grant permissions to that user in MySQL.
Subject: 5 great KDE apps to help you study
opensource.com: There are countless websites that offer educational resources for people of all ages.
Subject: Why you should certify your open hardware
Subject: Getting Started With Nix Package Manager
ostechnix: This tutorial explains how to do package management operations such as installing, removing, and upgrading packages using Nix package manager.
Subject: Brightness Controller - Take Complete Control of Your Monitor???s Brightness
FOSSmint: Brightness Controller is an application that allows users to adjust the brightness of their PC's external monitor independent of their main display panels.
Subject: How-to guide : swap addition in Linux
kerneltalks: Learn how to add swap using LVM, file and parted disk management.
Subject: Bodhi Linux 4.2.0 Distro Released with Swami Control Panel and Linux Kernel 4.10
softpedia: This minor update is here to add the Swami Control panel by default, upgrade the kernel packages to the Linux 4.10 series
Subject: Red Hat supports NFS in Ceph Storage 2.3
zdnet: Want better NFS and cloud storage software-defined storage for your Linux servers? Check out Red Hat's latest take on Ceph.
Subject: Linux Kernels 4.11.4, 4.9.31, 4.4.71 & 3.18.56 Are Out Now with XFS Improvements
softpedia: Linux kernels 4.11.4, 4.9.31 LTS, 4.4.71 LTS, and 3.18.56 LTS are out now with numerous improvements.
Subject: An introduction to timekeeping in Linux VMs
opensource.com: Now's a good time for an introduction to timekeeping in Linux VMs.
Subject: How to upgrade your system BIOS using FreeDOS
Upgrading your BIOS can seem tricky for free software users, but it doesn't have to be.
Subject: Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III released for Linux with OpenGL & Vulkan, review & port report
GamingOnLinux: Feral Interactive have done it once again!
Subject: Gravit - A Free Adobe Illustrator Alternative for Linux
Gravit is a free vector graphic creation tool developed with a more intuitive workflow to suit the needs of both beginner, designers and professionals alike.
Subject: How to install tinc VPN on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 to secure traffic
Nixcraft: tinc is a Virtual Private Network (VPN) server that uses tunneling and encryption to create a secure private network between hosts on the Internet or private insecure LAN.
Subject: Quick Guide for Linux user access control list (ACL)
LinuxRoutes: The purpose of the user access control list ACL is to provide secure access to the flies and directory within the system.
Subject: Wireshark, World's Popular Network Protocol Analyzer, Gets New Stable Release
Coming almost two months after the release of Wireshark 2.2.6, this new maintenance update is here to patch read overflow vulnerabilities in the DOF and DHCP dissectors