Linux Fedora

Fedora had a 2021 Stellar and continued to operate at the forefront of Linux innovations

Fedora has had another successful year, and the anecdote that enthusiasm for the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution has increased significantly this year among experienced Linux users. As has been the case for years, versions of Fedora were among the first to deliver new Linux innovations from the desktop to the stack – many of […]

Linux Ubuntu

How to install the Pritunl VPN server on AlmaLinux

If you are looking for a VPN server to host internally, look no further than the AlmaLinux / Pritunl combination. Find out how easy it is to set up this service. Getty Images / iStockphoto Pritunl is an open source VPN server that you can easily install on your Linux servers to virtualize your private […]

Linux Bugs

Intel Brings Feature Upgrade to Linux That Will Make Windows Users Jealous

Since BIOS updates became possible, the process required restarting the PC. Even when motherboard makers made a complete switch to UEFI, this remained the case. Intel is changing that, thanks to a new part of the ACPI specification called Platform Firmware Runtime Update and Telemetry (PFRUT). This allows updating the BIOS or UEFI firmware of […]

Linux Kernel

What is linux? Here’s all you need to know

If you’re a web surfer who enjoys exploring the depths of all things tech and non-tech, you might have heard of Linux. We’ve seen a lot of tech trends in the year 2021, but Linux has been the one to dominate the charts throughout the year. So what exactly is Linux? Who uses it and […]

Linux Fedora

How to run Unetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye

UNetbootin is an open source program to install on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It is intended for creating bootable USB drives using ISO images. Here we learn the commands to run UNetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye. The “Universal Network Boot Installer”- Unetbootin for short – extracts ISO files and modifies some operating system installation packages […]

Linux Ubuntu

Impact of operating system and memory on mini PC gaming performance

This article examines the effects of running a different operating system or more memory on Intel and AMD Mini PCs with similar specs when gaming. It was inspired by building and testing a nickname ‘Steamdeck’ running Manjaro on an AMD-based mini PC with 16GB of memory, which made me wonder what performance would look like […]

Linux Bugs

How to use the new LaCrOS browser on Chrome OS 96 Stable

Since April 2020, we have been keeping an eye on the LaCrOS project. For a year and a half we have wondered and waited for Google to continue to develop this standalone browser on Chromebooks and now that we are nearing its official unveiling, there is a way for you to try if you like. […]

Linux Kernel

Best of 2021 – 7 Principles of DevSecOps with Kubernetes

As we close 2021, at Container Journal we wanted to highlight the most popular articles of the year. This is the eighteenth in our Best of 2021 series. In my article “9 Pillars of DevOps Engineering with Kubernetes,” I explain that continuous security is a central pillar of any well-designed DevOps. As stated in the […]

Linux Fedora

Master your server with these 7 informative resources

From understanding your server inventory to increasing the security of Ubuntu Server, we’ve got the resources you need to be successful. Image: Shutterstock / Yanawut.S Servers are one of the most critical components of any IT infrastructure. Virtually all business functions require some sort of server, from checking your email inbox to accessing customer files. […]

Linux Ubuntu

How to change your password on any Linux desktop

One of the easiest ways to protect your Linux desktop from physical and digital intruders is to change your account password if you have reason to believe it has been compromised. The exact process you need to follow to reset your Linux password, however, will differ depending on the desktop environment you are using. In […]