Subject: Tails 3.0 Anonymous Operating System Officially Released, Based on Debian 9
Softpedia: Tails 3.0 is a major update that's based entirely on the repositories of the soon-to-be-released Debian GNU/Linux 9 "Stretch" operating system.
Subject: Docker Getting Certified and Set to Grow in China
ServerWatch: Docker Inc has been busy the first two weeks of June with a series of initiatives that aim to help grow the company's business opportunities.
Subject: GNOME 3.26 Getting Better Half-Tiling Support
Phoronix: Georges Stavracas has been hacking away on better half-tiling support in GNOME Shell / Mutter and is working towards quarter-tiling functionality.
Subject: Artificial Intelligence: Open Source and Standards Bodies Drive Opportunities
Linux.com: AI is driving many new opportunities, especially for technologists with expertise in open source and AI.
Subject: ssh-chat - Make Group/Private Chat with Other Linux Users Over SSH
ssh-chat is a cross-platform command line utility written in GoLang, which enables you to chat securely with a relatively small number of users over an ssh connection.
Subject: Top 10 Text Editors for Linux Desktop
In this article we are going to look at the top 10 text editors for Linux desktop environment.
Subject: Komorebi - A Beautiful Wallpapers Manager with Parallax Effect for Linux
FOSSmint: Komorebi is a beautiful and customizable wallpaper manager for all Linux distros.
Subject: How To Install Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) Stack on Debian 9 Stretch
Nixcraft: This tutorial shows you how to install LAMP (Apache version 2, PHP version 7, MariaDB version 10.2) stack on a Debian 9 Linux server along with firewall settings to open tcp port 80, 22, and 443.
Subject: LFCS File Manipulation
The Linux Foundation Certified Systems Administrator has listed in the Domains and Competencies to be able to 'Analyze text files'.
Subject: Gifine - Quickly Create An Animated GIF and Video In Ubuntu/Debian
gifine is a pretty simple open source tool for making small gifs and videos in Linux
Subject: 5 totally incorrect ways to exit Vim
opensource.com: The Vim text editor can seem confusing to beginners, but it's worth learning more than just how to exit.
Subject: UBports Launch First Stable Ubuntu Touch OTA Update for Supported Ubuntu Phones
Thanks to the generous donations and hands-on help of many fans of the Ubuntu Touch OS, UBports is launching today the OTA-1 stable update for all of their officially supported Ubuntu Phone devices
Subject: KDE Plasma 5.10.2 Desktop Environment Brings Many Plasma Discover Improvements
softpedia: KDE Plasma 5.10.2 follows the rapid release plan of short-lived KDE Plasma branches and comes only one week after the first point release
Subject: Meet Simple Menu, an Alternative Application Launcher for KDE Plasma 5 Desktops
softpedia.com: Simple Menu hit the KDE Store recently, and it would appear to be an intuitive and minimal application launcher widget that can easily replace the default one of your KDE Plasma 5 desktops.
Subject: How to set your $PATH variable in Linux
opensource.com: Telling your Linux shell where to look for executable files is easy
Subject: How to Fix The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini in WordPress
How to fix the most common error message when hosting WordPress on Linux.
Subject: Integrate Git on Your Nautilus File Manager with This Extension
FOSSmint: Nautilus Git is an extension that displays some important information and allows for certain shortcut options while you navigate through your local Git directories.
Subject: Introduction to SELinux concepts and management
SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux) is an implementation of a Mandatory Access Control permission system (MAC) in the Linux kernel.
Subject: Parrot Security OS Devs Mock systemd: It's an Immature Init System for GNU/Linux
Devuan GNU/Linux is a fork of Debian GNU/Linux, but without using systemd as the default init system.
Subject: How To List Installed Packages From A Certain Repository In Linux
ostechnix: This tutorial describes how to list installed packages from a certain repository in Linux from command line.