MakeTechEasier: Learn how to adjust the volume of playback in Linux from the command line by using the Alsamixer and Amixer utilities.
LinuxUprising: Nautilus (or Files), the Gnome file manager, received a Git update which removes its ability to launch binaries or programs in general.
Create maps, manage games and tokens, chat with other players, and more with this open source role-playing game tool.
Based on RHEL 7.5, Scientific Linux update is now available.
LinuxTechi: dmesg stands for "display message or display driver
opensource.com: Pyramid is much like Flask in that it takes very little effort to get it up and running.
If you write copy in the Emacs text editor, these five tools will make your life easier.
LinuxHint: Learn how to connect a Bluetooth device to your Arch Linux machine
Linuxize: Pip is a package management system that simplifies installation and management of software packages written in Python
ServerWatch: Red Hat isn't just investing in Linux, as CTO outlines how open-source community projects lead to product innovation.
ostechnix: PacVim is a CLI game that helps you to learn Vim commands
Datamation: It's not new but, historically, it's still pretty shocking: Microsoft is a huge supporter of open source.
Tecmint: jm-shell is a free open source, small, highly informative and customized Bash shell, that gives you a great wealth of information about your shell activity
LinuxTechLab: Learn how to create a bootable flash drive for Linux
It Doesn't Take a Genius to See That Microsoft Still Attacks GNU/Linux With Patents to Make Billions of Dollars in 'Protection' Money
Techrights: Microsoft continues to shrewdly distribute patents to trolls
eWEEK: Security researchers detail a series of flaws in the widely deployed OpenPGP and S/MIME standards that could potentially enable an attacker to decrypt emails.
eSecurityPlanet: Brandon Philips, former CTO of CoreOS, talks about how the Kubernetes security team works and responds to vulnerability reports.
Learn how to check Ubuntu version, desktop environment and other relevant system information.
itsFOSS: Xenlism theme pack provides an aesthetically pleasing GTK theme,
The Document Foundation (TDF) announces LibreOffice 6.0.4, which represents the bleeding edge in terms of features