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Jack M. Germain
Snap-Happy Trojan Targets Linux Servers
01/22/16 12:49 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 855 Words

... researchers at Dr.Web on Tuesday revealed details of the Trojan Linux.Ekoms.1, which takes screen shots and records audio to acquire sensitive and personal information, mostly from Linux servers. Malware for Linux is becoming more diverse and includes spyware programs, ransomware and...

Jack M. Germain
Hats Off to Chapeau Linux's Better Fedora Concept
01/04/16 10:38 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1213 Words

Fedora is an iconic Linux distro. It is a very popular choice in enterprise shops, but it's less than ideal for home and SMB use without an IT staff to make it work. That is where Chapeau 23 comes to the rescue.

Jack M. Germain
Purism's Librem 13 Linux Laptop Is Sleek, Private and Secure
11/12/15 5:07 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1841 Words

The combination of custom-made hardware paired with a tweaked Linux OS makes the Librem laptop lineup a unique offering with several innovative security features not offered in any other computer.

The Librem line is a work in progress. The operating system just...

Jack M. Germain
Makulu 9 Aero Soars Above the Linux Distro Crowd
06/26/15 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1194 Words

The special release of Makulu 9 Aero edition might seem like one flexible Linux offering too many. However, anyone hankering for a Windows-like operating system and the best of what is easy about using Linux could not make a better choice. The Linux...

Jack M. Germain
Linux/Moose Malware Wreaks Havoc on Social Networks
05/27/15 5:19 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1436 Words

From there comes the profit, noted Tom O'Connor, Linux solution expert at Raytheon Cyber Products .

Packs More Threat Potential
This type of malware also can reroute DNS traffic, enabling man-in-the-middle attacks across the Internet. Linux/Moose displays out-of-the-ordinary network penetration...

Jack M. Germain
Zenwalk Linux - A Walk on the Quirky Side
01/23/15 3:51 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1552 Words

Zenwalk Linux is a very usable yet uncommon Linux OS. It is more than a single distribution. The developmental path and sketchy developer website may cast an unfavorable impression about Zenwalk's trustworthiness as a serious computing platform. The ho-hum impression when first running...

Jack M. Germain
Black Lab Linux Is GNOME 3's Best Friend
11/07/14 6:29 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1230 Words

Black Lab Linux is a general purpose free distribution for home users and small-to-mid-sized businesses. This particular segment of the Linux OS tries to bridge free OS and preconfigured commercial hardware/software with a flexible set of options. Black Lab Linux is an outgrowth...

Jack M. Germain
Calculate Linux Provides Consistency by Design
10/23/14 7:07 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1170 Words

Calculate Linux 14 is a distribution designed with home and SMB users in mind. It is optimized for rapid deployment in corporate environments as well. Calculate gives users something no other Linux distro makes possible. The Xfce desktop session is customized to imitate...

Jack M. Germain
For Gentoo Linux Initiates, Iron Penguin May Be Too Heavy
10/16/14 8:29 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1086 Words

Gentoo Linux can be either an experienced Linux user's ideal desktop choice or a new user's worst computing nightmare. I am not talking about being new to the Linux OS. I mean just plain and simple new to Gentoo Linux.

The Linux...

Jack M. Germain
Cylon Linux Gives GNOME Fans Glamour Galore
10/09/14 7:06 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1464 Words

Cylon is a classic Linux distro preconfigured with lots of tweaks -- kind of a Unity-less Ubuntu with bling. Cylon runs the classic GNOME 3 desktop on almost any hardware configuration made since 2007, but it is more suited to seasoned Linux users.

Katherine Noyes
Loving Linux: Ain't Nothin' Like the 1st Time
08/18/14 4:40 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1016 Words

... never forget your first love, as the old saying goes, and that appears to apply just as well to Linux as to relationships in real life. To wit: "What was your first Linux distro?" is the title of a recent "Voice of...

Jack M. Germain
The Connected Car, Part 1: The Future Starts Now - Will Linux Drive It?
08/05/14 8:14 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1676 Words

The Linux Foundation is positioning an open source Linux OS to take the front seat in steering carmakers to adopting Automotive Grade Linux , or AGL, as the engine driving all in-car electronics. Today's automobile has from 60 to 100 sensors to control...

Jack M. Germain
RoboLinux Smooths the Linux Migration Path
06/05/14 1:16 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1365 Words

RoboLinux is an impressive traditional Linux desktop distro. It could be an ideal vehicle for both enterprises and SOHOs to make the migration to Linux. RoboLinux comes with a few extra features that solve some of the potential problems of leaving other desktop...

Jack M. Germain
Blue Pup Distro: Pride of the Puppy Linux Litter
05/21/14 6:17 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1195 Words

The Blue Pup Linux distro brings the Metro view to the Linux desktop. This arrangement is not a true Metro interface the likes of the much criticized Windows 8. Instead, it is a Puppy Linux derivative distro, or Pupplet, built around the Chromium...

Katherine Noyes
Linux and the Post-XP Cry for Help
04/14/14 4:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1262 Words

... the Linux landscape shifted dramatically last week, and not just because of the discovery of the Heartbleed bug. No indeed, there's another key reason this little planet of ours isn't the same as it was a week ago, and that's none other...

Katherine Noyes
Decking Out Linux for the Senior Set
03/17/14 4:58 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1524 Words

... once in a while here in the Linux blogosphere, a topic will suddenly pop up in multiple separate, unconnected places and take on a life of its own. Perhaps it's some unseen cosmic force guiding Linux geeks' conversations in the same direction,...

Jack M. Germain
Raising Linux to Grow Open Source
02/19/14 9:47 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1373 Words

This approach to developing and distributing software keeps expanding the usefulness and success of the Linux operating system as well. Linux has not yet come close to replacing Windows on the desktop, but open source is much more than Linux. Its "co-opetitive" nature...

Jack M. Germain
Goodbye, Win XP - Hello, Linux?
12/11/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 902 Words

'You Might as Well Switch to Linux'
Transitions like that are never quick or easy, even if it's simply to a newer version of the same operating system. Given how much has changed along the way to Microsoft's Windows...

Katherine Noyes
The Graying of the Linux Kernel Community
11/25/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1225 Words

... are few things more gratifying to those of us here in the Linux blogosphere than seeing another user give the proprietary world the boot and make the switch to our favorite operating system. If anything can come close, however, it would be...

Katherine Noyes
Valve: The Linux Steam Engine That Could?
09/30/13 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1252 Words

... cofounder Gabe Newell has made no secret of his disdain for Windows 8 and his newfound love for Linux as a gaming platform over the past year or so.

It seems fair to say, however, that few here in the Linux...

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