Linux Device Driver Development Training course

LinuxCertified Inc, a leading provider of Linux training and services, today announced its next Linux Device Driver Development Course class to be held in South Bay, CA from August 3rd - 5th, 2015.
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Hands On Embedded Linux Development Training course.

LinuxCertified Inc, a leading provider of Linux training and services, announced its next Hands On Embedded Linux Development class to be held in San Francisco Bay Area from April 29th - May 1st, 2015.

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Dot-Com Domain Turns 30 and Is Still Growing

After 30 years, the dot-com (.com) top-level domain (TLD) continues to dominate the Internet, but now faces more challengers than ever. On March 15, 1985, the very first dot-com domain was registered by Symbolics, a now defunct technology vendor. The domain itself is still alive and is now owned by virtual real estate firm Although the first company to register a dot-com domain did not survive the last 30 years, the dot-com domain has prospered significantly beyond that first domain registered in 1985. Read More

Red Hat 7.1 is here, CentOS 7.1 coming soon

These two popular enterprise Linux server operating systems are getting an Active Directory and container friendly refresh. Read More

Fedora 22 Alpha Cloud Edition Is a Superb Choice for Running Linux in the Cloud

Fedora 22 Alpha was officially unveiled on March 10 and until now we gave you detailed information about each of its Spins, including screenshot tours for the Workstation (GNOME), KDE, Xfce, LXDE, and MATE/Compiz editions. It is now time to talk a little about the Cloud Edition of the upcoming Fedora 22 Alpha. Read More

How to install Seafile on Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr)

Seafile is a OpenSource cloud storage software. It offers file sharing and syncing for individual users and groups, it provides client side encryption and easy access from mobile devices. This tutorial describes the steps to install Seafile on Ubuntu 14.04. Read More

Don't forget one of Linux's best features: How to use multiple workspaces

Windows users have long been jealous of workspaces—also called virtual desktops or multiple desktops—on Linux. But many Linux desktops have hidden this feature by default in recent years. Soon, Windows users will have multiple desktop workspaces enabled by default—and many Linux users won’t.

That’s crazy! Virtual desktops have long been one of the standout features of the Linux desktop, and it shouldn’t be lost. Here’s how you can get started with workspaces on Ubuntu’s Unity or another desktop environment today. Read More

Linus Torvalds Announces Linux Kernel 4.0 Release Candidate 3

Linus Torvalds announced a few hours ago the immediate availability for download and testing of the Linux kernel 4.0 RC3 (Release Candidate) which, according to Linus, is smaller than the previous RC version. However, it includes a fair amount of improvements, bug fixes and patches. Read More

An Everyday Linux User Review Of Fedora 21

Fedora has a good selection of applications and most things the average user will need to get them up and running.

To start off with there is the full LibreOffice suite (Version complete with a word processor, spreadsheet package, presentation package, drawing package and database package.

The Shotwell Photo Manager is also installed which makes it easier to organise and view your photos. Read More

How to create a full backup of your Android device without root

Sometimes, a backup of a smartphone or tablet just isn't enough, especially if you have a number of (the same) devices that have to be quickly deployed (or redeployed). For that, you need a bit more power than Titanium Backup or Google Drive. If you want to do full-blown backup of devices, you must turn to the Android Software Developer Kit (SDK). With this powerhouse tool, you can easily create a complete backup of a device with a single command. Read More