Category: Linux Articles

Classic SysAdmin: How to Kill a Process from the Linux Command Line

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. Picture this: You’ve launched an application (be it from

RPCS3 – Playstation 3 Emulator

I know the PlayStation 5 is out, but emulators are usually years behind the console. But for some users, the old games are the ones they love the most. In this article, I’ll cover the

Open Source Foundations Must Work Together to Prevent the Next Log4Shell Scramble

Brian Behlendorf As someone who has spent their entire career in open source software (OSS), the Log4Shell scramble (an industry-wide four-alarm-fire to address a serious vulnerability in the Apache Log4j package) is a humbling reminder of just how far

OSPOlogy: Learnings from OSPOs in 2021

A wide range of open source topics essential for OSPO related activities occurred in 2021, featured by OS experts coming from matured OSPOs like Bloomberg or RIT and communities behind open source standards like OpenChain

A 2021 Linux Foundation Research Year in Review

Through LF Research, the Linux Foundation is uniquely positioned to create the definitive repository of insights into open source. By engaging with our community members and leveraging the full resources of our data sources, including

Thanking our Communities and Members, and Building Positive Momentum in 2022

We could not imagine what was on the horizon ahead of us as we saw COVID peek its head in late 2019. Locally and globally, we’ve weathered many challenges, adjusted our sails, and applied new

Linux Foundation Research Reveals New Open Source Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Trends

Eighty-two percent of respondents to global survey feel welcome in the open source community, while barriers to participation include time, personal background, and some exclusionary behaviors  SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., December 14, 2021 — The Linux

Addressing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in 2021 and Beyond

In 2021‭, ‬we continued to double down on our commitment to enact positive change for underrepresented and marginalized people by introducing new and progressing existing programs for inclusivity‭, ‬racial justice‭, ‬and diversity‭.‬ The LF is

Dolphin – Wii Emulator (even the newest versions of Ubuntu)

With gaming consoles being sought after at an all-time high, most consoles are hard to find or too expensive. Older consoles, such as the Wii, are favorites for some people. For those running Linux, we

LFX Platform: An Update on Growing and Sustaining Open Source

Open source fuels the world’s innovation, yet building impactful, innovative, high-quality, and secure software at scale can be challenging when meeting the growing requirements of open source communities. Over the past two decades, we have