Ubuntu Pro Is Now Available to Everyone

Canonical has announced the general availability of Ubuntu Pro, a security subscription service for the popular Linux distro.

OpenSnitch Application Firewall Coming to Debian

Popular application firewall Opensnitch is coming to Debian, one of the oldest and most popular Linux distributions (distros).

Fedora 38 Will Include a Budgie Spin

The Fedora Project has announced it will offer a spin based on the Budgie desktop environment (DE), beginning with Fedora 38.

Stack Overflow: Linux Surpasses macOS Among Developers

Linux has reached a major milestone, surpassing macOS among developers for both personal and professional use.

Linux Kernel 6.1 Is Out With Rust Support

Linux Torvalds has pushed out version 6.1 of the Linux kernel, with initial Rust support being one of the headline features.

Linux Distro Reviews: Zorin OS

Zorin OS is an excellent Linux distro aimed at new users, although it offers a little something for everyone.

Microsoft Teams Available on Linux as a Progressive Web App

Microsoft has made a major change to its Linux Teams client, making it available as a progressive web app (PWA).

Fedora 37 Delayed

Fedora 37 has been delayed following blocker bugs in the most recent release candidate.

Linux 5.19.12 Kernel May Cause Damage to Some Displays

Linux users are being advised to skip kernel 5.19.12 due to a major bug impacting Intel machines.

Linux Distro Reviews: Xfce

Xfce is one of the oldest desktop environments (DE) available for Linux, but it is still going strong as a top contender for modern users.

Linux Distro Reviews: Gnome

Gnome is the most popular desktop environment (DE) available for Linux, but it is easily the most controversial and the hardest to rate.

Linux Distro Reviews: KDE Plasma — The One That Could Be King

KDE Plasma is one of the most popular Linux desktop environments (DE), but it can’t get out of its own way to claim the crown.

Debian May Change How It Handles Non-Free Firmware

Debian is currently investigating the possibility of changing how it handles non-free firmware, moving the discussion to a general resolution process.

Microsoft Unveils Ampere Altra Arm-Based Virtual Machines for Azure

Microsoft is throwing its weight behind Arm-based cloud computing, unveiling Ampere Altra Arm virtual machines (VMs) on its Azure platform.

What’s In a Name? Linux Kernel 6.0 RC-1 Is Here

Linus Torvalds has announced the first release candidate for version 6.0 of the Linux kernel, but it’s not much different than the current 5.19.

Linus Torvalds Is Using an M2 MacBook Air

Linus Torvalds is using an M2 MacBook Air, using the machine to push out the latest Linux kernel 5.19.

Latte Dock Developer Steps Away From Popular KDE Project

Fans of the popular KDE panel Latte Dock are in for a disappointment, with the developer announcing he will no longer be maintaining the project.

Linux Distro Reviews: Desktop Environment Toolkits

In the second article of the series, we’re going to take a detour into desktop environments (DEs) toolkits.

Linux Distro Reviews: Intro

This series of articles will review some of the most popular Linux distributions (distros) with an eye to everyday desktop use.

Rust Could Be Included in the Linux Kernel in 5.20

Linux creator Linus Torvalds has said Rust could be included in the Linux kernel as soon as 5.20.