webupd8: My downloads folder is pretty messy but I can't just delete things because I still need most of the stuff I download.
Titan is a command line password manager written in C for Unix-like distributions.
eWEEK: Four years ago, few had heard about Docker. Now it's one of the leading technologies helping to enable DevOps and microservices deployments around the world.
2daygeek: Gnome Encfs Manager (short name is GEncfsM) is a tool to manage EncFS file systems in Linux
kerneltalks: First place to manage mount points on any linux system is /etc/fstab file.
FOSSforce: WordGrinder is an old fashioned command line program that doesn't try to do a lot of things.
techrights: Microsoft's patent litigation strategy has become clearer
softpedia: The biggest new feature of the Audacity 2.1.3 update appears to be support for the Windows 10 operating system
Linus Torvalds: Another week, another rc.
Have you ever wanted to make your own home theater system?
MakeTechEasier: Bash is pre-installed on most Linux distros, but it is not the only shell around. Here are 6 alternative Linux shells you can use and try out.
Sure Linux 3.16 is old, but that doesn't mean it's not loved (and by loved we mean supported with bug fixes!)
If your young child is showing an interest in learning computers, an introduction to Scratch and these instructional videos by Al Sweigart might be in order.
This tutorial shows how you can install an Apache webserver on a CentOS 7 server with PHP and MySQL support.
What do you know about GRUB2?
Get the steps you need to take to make an open product for less than the sales tax on an equivalent commercial proprietary product.
Classifier is commandline utility used to organize files in your directory instantly, by classifying them into different folders in Unix-like operating systems.
TechRepublic: Deploying containers with Docker isn't nearly as complicated as you might think.
Linux.com: Learn how to build a proper virtual private network with OpenVPN in this tutorial.
CIO.com: No one makes money from open source; you make money ‘around’ open source. Canonical just proved it.