Why the Linux Kernel is Still Important

DevOps.com

Last year, the Linux kernel turned 30. If you’re someone who’s been immersed in the Linux world since Y2K like I am, it may feel a bit surreal that so much time has passed since the kernel’s inception. The post Why the Linux Kernel is Still Important appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Rocky Linux Emerges as a CentOS Replacement

DevOps.com

Rocky Linux was created to offer the community an alternative following Red Hat’s recent decision to shift its focus away from CentOS—the open source version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). The post Rocky Linux Emerges as a CentOS Replacement appeared first on DevOps.com.

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How to Begin Programming on Linux Platform

The Crazy Programmer

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last decade, you know that Linux has pretty much taken over the enterprise business world. From web servers, frameworks, clouds, containers, AI, and so much more, Linux powers it all. How do you begin programming on Linux platform?

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Linux Foundation Lists Top Open Source Libraries

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation today published a report that provides access to eight lists of the top 500 open source libraries being used by organizations as part of an ongoing effort to help better secure software supply chains.

DockerCon 2022 Recap: Docker Extensions, Linux, and 10x Engineers

Daniel Bryant

There were a bunch of product launches, such as Docker Extensions, Docker Desktop for Linux, and more. indeed, I was a happy Linux user for many years until I got tempted with the shiny Mac hardware! But with the launch of Docker Desktop for Linux (DD4L), now you do!

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Linux Foundation Adds Entry-Level Certification

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation has announced the development of a new entry-level certification exam to complement their existing Linux Foundation Certified Sysadmin (LFCS) and Linux Foundation Certified Engineer (LFCE) exams.

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Linux Foundation Survey Sees Rise in SBOM Use

DevOps.com

A global survey of 412 organizations published today by the Linux Foundation found nearly half of respondents (47%) producing or consuming software bills of material (SBOMs), and more than three-quarters said they expected to produce or consume them in 2022.

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What’s New at Linux Academy?

Linux Academy

If you’ve been a Linux Academy learner for a while, you have probably seen our monthly updates. While we have enjoyed creating these Youtube videos, we have made the official move to give you a single source of truth, in text form, of all things new at Linux Academy.

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Apple Outage Outrage | Linux Random Redo | Okta Hacked (or Not)

DevOps.com

In this week’s The Long View: Why Apple services were down, Linux gets a huge RNG overhaul, and we wonder if Okta was hacked again. The post Apple Outage Outrage | Linux Random Redo | Okta Hacked (or Not) appeared first on DevOps.com.

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How to install APCu on Linux

Php,Mysql,Jquery Tutorial And Interview Question

Today, I will let you know how to install APC (for PHP) on a Linux system. The post How to install APCu on Linux appeared first on Phpflow.com. The APC is not compatible with PHP 5.5+ version, So I’ll install and configure APCu which is supported by PHP 5.5+.

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What 30 Years of Linux Taught the Software Industry

DevOps.com

Linux has become the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing over the last 30 years. The post What 30 Years of Linux Taught the Software Industry appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Granulate Applies AI to Linux Server Optimization

DevOps.com

Granulate today announced that a platform that leverages machine learning algorithms to optimize Linux server environments running on-premises or in the cloud is now generally available. The post Granulate Applies AI to Linux Server Optimization appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate Exam Available

DevOps.com

A while back I wrote about an upcoming certification from the Linux Foundation. The post Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate Exam Available appeared first on DevOps.com. Now that it is available, I’m circling back as promised with more information.

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Torvalds’ Bug Warning is a Lesson for Linux Users 

DevOps.com

Linux does, occasionally, raise security concerns. A recent, widely publicized case illustrated this point; Linux creator himself, Linus Torvalds, warned against the use of the […]. The post Torvalds’ Bug Warning is a Lesson for Linux Users appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Linux Foundation Adds Professional DevOps Certificate Program

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation this week made an addition to its professional certificate program that trains IT professionals on the fundamentals of best DevOps practices. The post Linux Foundation Adds Professional DevOps Certificate Program appeared first on DevOps.com.

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HCRootkit / Sutersu Linux Rootkit Analysis

Lacework

Jared Stroud, Tom Hegel Cloud Security Researchers – Lacework Labs Key Points Lacework Labs identified new samples and infrastructure associated with HCRootkit / Sutersu Linux rootkit activity, building-off its recent initial identification from our colleagues at Avast.

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PYSA Ransomware Gang adds Linux Support

Lacework

Key Take Aways The first Linux version of ChaChi, a Golang based DNS tunneling backdoor, was recently observed on VirusTotal. The post PYSA Ransomware Gang adds Linux Support appeared first on Lacework.

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How to Check Python Version in Windows, Linux and Mac

The Crazy Programmer

In this tutorial, we will see how to check the python version on Windows, Linux and macOS just with the help of terminal. How to Check Python Version in Linux. Similarly, you can check the python version on Linux with the same command.

Dirty Pipe Linux Vulnerability: Overwriting Files in Container Images

Aqua Security

A new CVE in the Linux kernel was released this week. CVE-2022-0847, aka “Dirty Pipe”, is a vulnerability that allows users on a Linux system to overwrite the contents of files that they can read but shouldn’t be able to write to.

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Hunting Rootkits with eBPF: Detecting Linux Syscall Hooking Using Tracee

Aqua Security

Tracee is an open source runtime security and forensics tool for Linux that is powered by eBPF and is more optimized for secure tracing. Today, cloud native platforms are increasingly using eBPF-based security technology.

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Linux Kernel vs. Memory Fragmentation (Part I)

High Scalability

This post introduces common methods to prevent Linux memory fragmentation, the principle of memory compaction, how to view the fragmentation index, etc. Linux Performance

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The Linux Foundation to Award 500 Training Scholarships

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation this week announced it will make up to 500 training scholarships available this year. The post The Linux Foundation to Award 500 Training Scholarships appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Linux Foundation Embraces Lightweight API Gateway

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation announced today that an open source application programming interface (API) gateway known as KrakenD has become the latest project it will oversee. The post Linux Foundation Embraces Lightweight API Gateway appeared first on DevOps.com.

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What is RAID in Linux?

Dzone - DevOps

linux linux tutorial raid data recoveryRAID stands for 'Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks.' It is more commonly known as 'Redundant Array of Independent Disks.' It's a pool of disks that are used to create a logical volume.

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Texas Linux Fest 2019

Linux Academy

Calling all Southern Linux & Open Software users, Texas Linux Fest is almost here and this time it is located in Irving, Texas. The Linux Academy & Jupiter Broadcasting crew will be leaving the headquarters for the day to see you at the fest! Stop by our space in the expo to grab some official Linux Academy swag, and meet our team. Courses to prepare for Texas Linux Festival: LPI Linux Essentials (Available for free on the Community Edition !).

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CVE-2022-0185 in Linux Kernel Can Allow Container Escape in Kubernetes

Aqua Security

Last week, a new high-severity CVE was released that affects the Linux kernel. To do this, the attacker must have a specific Linux capability, CAP_SYS_ADMIN, which reduces the risk of breakout in some container cases.

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Happy 7th Birthday, Linux Academy!

Linux Academy

Linux Academy turned 7 on March 12, 2019! Things are only going to get bigger and better from here for Linux Academy! The post Happy 7th Birthday, Linux Academy! appeared first on Linux Academy Blog. Behind the Scenes Linux Academy 7th birthday Celebration happy birthday happy birthday linux academy hbdlinuxacademy in office celebration party

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dmesg – Unix/Linux Command, Beginners Introduction With Examples

Dzone - DevOps

‘dmesg’ (display message) is not a popular Unix/Linux command. Here is how you can invoke this command: tutorial devops unix-linux command line linux commands unix operating system unix os kernel debugging linux commands for devops linux commands with examples

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Linux Foundation Takes Control Of AsyncAPI Specification

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation announced today that it now plays host to an AsyncAPI Initiative that has developed a specification and a suite of open source tools for asynchronous application programming interfaces (APIs) and event-driven architectures.

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Learn Linux by Doing with New Linux Hands-On Training!

Linux Academy

Linux is all over the place and even powers most of the cloud! 50% of the virtual machines on Azure and over 80% of the virtual machines on AWS run on Linux. Every single major space program in the world, including SpaceX and NASA, are all built on Linux. Learning Linux can literally help you reach other worlds! Get started learning Linux in our new Linux Courses below! New Linux Courses. CompTIA Linux+ XK0-004 Certification Exam.

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Linux IO stack diagram

I'm Programmer

A high-level overview of the Linux IO stack diagram relating its various layers. Similar Stuff: Linux commands cheat sheet Updated Stack Diagram: Linux IO stack diagram The two main areas of the Linux storage subsystem are Filesystems layer (include virtual file system) – Each file system type defines their own structures and logic rules used to manage these groups of information and their names. Linux IO stack diagram Downloads Diagram for Linux Kernel 4.0

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Linux Foundation Project Secures Software Supply Chains

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation today embraced a sigstore project founded by Red Hat, Google and Purdue University to make it simpler for developers to employ cryptographic software, enabled by transparency log technologies, to secure software supply chains.

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Linux Foundation Makes Available Software Manifest Tool

DevOps.com

The Linux Foundation is making available a set of free tools for building software bills of material (SBOMs) based on the software data package exchange (SPDX) file format it curates. The post Linux Foundation Makes Available Software Manifest Tool appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Only for Linux Lovers

I'm Programmer

The post Only for Linux Lovers appeared first on I'm Programmer. Featured Programming Funny Images Programming Jokes Linux Linux Humor Only for Linux Lovers Valentine

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The Linux Foundation Adds Free Jenkins Training Course

DevOps.com

Clyde Seepersad, general manager of training at the Linux Foundation, […]. The post The Linux Foundation Adds Free Jenkins Training Course appeared first on DevOps.com.

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Linux Academy Weekly Update 3-11-2019

Linux Academy

Right now, Linux Academy is working hard to create two new sandboxes for you to play in. Kali Linux and Windows Server ! That’s right, here in the next month you will be able to create, build, test, and break your own Kali Linux and Windows servers in the Linux Academy Playground. This new filter allows you to check out all of the free Linux Academy content using an account that requires absolutely no payment information. Enterprise Platform Linux Academ

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Cribl Achieves Amazon Linux 2 Ready Designation

DevOps.com

SAN FRANCISCO – January 28, 2021 – Cribl, the leading Observability Pipeline company, today announced that it has achieved the Amazon Linux 2 Ready designation, part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Ready Program. Achieving the Amazon Linux 2 […].

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Ping – Unix/Linux Command, Beginners Introduction With Examples

Dzone - DevOps

tutorial devops linux unix root cause analysis ping website tool ping a linux server ping command examples ping commands ping multiple linux hostsThe ‘ping’ command is used to troubleshoot and diagnose network connectivity issues.

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What’s Free at Linux Academy — May 2019

Linux Academy

By adding free cloud training to our Community Membership, students have the opportunity to develop their Linux and Cloud skills further. Each month, we will kick off our community content with a live study group allowing members of the Linux Academy community to come together and share their insights in order to learn from one another. Stay tuned to the Linux Academy blog for further details. Linux Study Group in May. Linux Academy Community Edition free

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Linux Academy Weekly Update 3-18-2019

Linux Academy

This week we have more updates over labs, content, and teasers for Linux Academy, plus an exciting update about our relaunch of the Linux Academy for Business platform. Kali-Linux is now up and running for everyone to use! The new Kali-Linux sandbox allows you to pentest any of your Linux Academy servers. Linux Action News — Linux Action New 97 : We try out the latest GNOME 3.32 Business Platform Linux Academy

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