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Red Hat kicked off a tempest in a teapot

The biggest threats to Red Hat’s Linux market share will come from the companies that make it easiest for developers to do their jobs.

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Red Hat ends the RHEL clones’ free lunch

Red Hat is forcing companies to choose a successor to CentOS Linux. Think carefully about the foundation of your infrastructure and who will support it long-term.

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How to use the ncdu command

In this Linux tip, we’re going to look at the ncdu command. It's a command that you can use to see how much disk space your directories and files are using. It will list them in size (largest first) order.

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How eBPF unlocks cloud native innovation

By allowing Linux kernel capabilities to be extended without changing kernel source code, eBPF is bringing faster innovation, more efficient networking, and greater performance and scalability to the cloud native stack.

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Real-time Ubuntu Linux now available

Canonical's platform emphasizes security and time-bound workload usage for verticals such as defense, telecom, and the public sector.

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Red Hat Linux comes to Oracle Cloud

Red Hat Enterprise Linux is now certified and fully supported on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure virtual machines.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux arrives in Oracle’s cloud

Old rivals Red Hat and Oracle have teamed up for RHEL-based virtual machines running in Oracle’s OCI service.


Canonical security subscriptions for Ubuntu Linux now available

Security maintenance service for Ubuntu LTS releases offers CVE protection and security updates for some 23,000 packages beyond the main OS.

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How to use the W command

In this Linux tip, we’re going to look at the w command. Yes, the command is simply “w”. It’s a lot like the who command, but provides more information.

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Ubuntu 22.10 shines on MicroPython, microcontrollers

Latest update to Canonical’s Linux distro revs Ruby, Go, GCC, and Rust toolchains and supports MicroPython on microcontrollers such as the Raspberry Pi Pico W.


Canonical expands application security coverage

Ubuntu Pro, now offered in public beta, features expanded security maintenance and compliance for a wide range of packages, including Node.js, Apache Tomcat, and Rust.

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Linux 6.0 kernel arrives, quietly

Linux 6.0 release is loaded with many small improvements, with bigger changes including Rust support promised for Linux 6.1.

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JDK 19: The new features in Java 19

Now available for production use, Java 19 features structured concurrency, virtual threads, pattern matching for switch expressions, a vector API, and a Linux/RISC-V port.

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Hands-on with Microsoft’s CBL-Mariner 2.0 Linux

How to install and configure the fast and lightweight container host Linux distribution for Azure Kubernetes Service and the Microsoft Container Registry.

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Microsoft .NET 6 bundled with Ubuntu Linux

Microsoft’s flagship development platform is being made available with Ubuntu 22.04 and Ubuntu Chiseled Containers in a bid to ease .NET development on Linux.

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Rocky Linux 9.0 rocks new build system

RHEL clone provider hopes cloud-native build system will help it release new versions of Rocky within one week of new RHEL releases.

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RHEL 9 features edge management, container rollback

First production release built from CentOS Stream also introduces Microsoft SQL Server role and protection against hardware-level security vulnerabilities.

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Understanding Flatcar Container Linux

Kinvolk’s Flatcar is Microsoft’s latest Linux. What is it and what should you use it for?

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