LinuxGizmos: There are a whole lot of different boards now available...
ostechnix: Tldr++ is a fast and interactive tldr client written with Go programming language to learn and practice Linux commands on the fly.
Linus Torvalds: The numbering change is not indicative of anything special.
kerneltalks: sar is a monitoring utility mostly native to Linux.
LinuxLinks: fdupes finds duplicate files in a given set of directories and sub-directories.
Learn how to install Aptik backup program on your Ubuntu system and how to use it to backup Ubuntu Applications.
DataCenterKnowledge: Wave, a startup developing hardware for deep learning in data centers, open sources the decades-old MIPS architecture.
eDEX-UI is a geeky, fullscreen, highly configurable and cross-platform desktop application resembling a movie-like futuristic computer interface
2DayGeek: s-tui allows to monitor CPU temperature, frequency, power and utilization in a graphical way from the terminal.
LinuxTechLab: There might arise a need to execute a command or scripts at reboot or every time when we start our system.
Even if you encrypt your traffic with HTTPS or even use a VPN, in some cases, your DNS traffic remains open and readily readable to your ISP and the rest of the world.
GamingOnLInux: 2019 should be a breakout year for Linux gaming.
ZDnet: 2018 was an...interesting..year of Linux and open source.
Learn how you can configure the Apport service to manage the error report pop-up on Ubuntu Desktop.
HowToForge: Learn how to build Nginx with all available modules in the open source version of Nginx
Dmidecode is a tool or command which is used to retrieve the useful information of your system's hardware components in human readable format.
Tecmint: tmate is a clone of tmux (terminal multiplexer) that provides a secure, instant and easy-to-use terminal sharing solution over an SSH connection.
FOSSmint:While Gutenberg is more efficient than its WordPress predecessor, not everyone is yet to make the switch just yet
Linux.com: Now that the various challenges and successes of 2018 are behind us, let’s look back at some of the year’s highlights and see what’s in store for 2019