Linux Journal

Caption This

1 month 2 weeks ago
Each month, we provide a cartoon in need of a caption. You submit your caption, we choose three finalists, and readers vote for their favorite. The winning caption for this month's cartoon will appear in the May issue of Linux Journal.

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Carlie Fairchild

Weekend Reading: Raspberry Pi Projects

1 month 3 weeks ago

The Raspberry Pi has been very popular among hobbyists and educators ever since its launch in 2011. It’s a credit-card-sized single-board computer with a Broadcom BCM 2835 SoC, 256MB to 512MB of RAM, USB ports, GPIO pins, Ethernet, HDMI out, camera header and an SD card slot. more>>

Carlie Fairchild

Best Content Management System

1 month 3 weeks ago

WordPress is the Content Management System winner in the 2018 Linux Journal Readers' Choice Awards.

Note that the contenders were nominated by readers via Twitter. Here's the breakdown: more>>

Carlie Fairchild

Product Review: GitStorage

1 month 3 weeks ago

Petros reviews the GitStorage server appliance, which emphasizes data privacy and security.

By profession, I'm a software developer. Aside from a preferred editor, what matters most to a developer is the use of a Source Code Manager (SCM). So, when a new product comes along featuring my favorite SCM, Git, I had no choice but to spend some time using it. more>>

Petros Koutoupis

diff -u: Speeding Up the Un-Speed-Up-able

1 month 3 weeks ago

Sometimes kernel developers can work in parallel for years without realizing it. It's one of the inefficiencies of a distributed system that tends to work out as a benefit when you have enough contributors to be able to spare the extra labor—it's sort of a "with enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow" kind of thing. more>>

Zack Brown

The Linux Journal NSA Weekend Reading List: Tails and Tor

1 month 4 weeks ago

Tails is a live media Linux distro designed to boot into a highly secure desktop environment. Tor is a browser that prevents somebody watching your internet connection from learning what sites you visit, and it prevents the sites you visit from learning your physical location. more>>

Carlie Fairchild