2020 is still the year of Linux on the desktop
Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel have been telling anyone who will listen that while COVID-19 has slowed down many technologies, while speeding up other tech developments, it hasn't affected Linux development much at all.
First time for Linux maker
Linux computer maker/seller System76 is offering its first AMD-powered laptop.
I have in my hand a piece of paper which says 2020 is the year of Linux on the desktop
Hamburg has announced that it is going to follow Munich and start moving civil service software away from Microsoft and towards something more open saucy.
Most exploits are misconfigurations or poor administration
The rise in attacks on Linux in recent years is not due to its insecurity problems but more down to user error.
It can now read Linux files
Software King of the World, Microsoft, which once dubbed Linux a cancer on software, is planning to fully integrate Linux file access into the built-in file Explorer.
Advertising for new lead Linux Kernel Developer
AMD has plans to improve its Linux AMDGPU driver and is advertising for a new lead Linux kernel developer.
World’s worse are Debian, Android, macOS and Ubuntu
The idea that Microsoft’s Windows is the world’s most buggy and vulnerable operating system is pants, and it is so-called cast iron operating systems like Linux and macOS which are the worst.
Microsoft is bound to take notice
A version of Linux which rips off Windows has shipped and we really expect Vole to take notice – even if it is keen to say it is all open sauce friendly these days.
2020 is the year of Linux on the desktop
South Korea's government is exploring moving most of its 3.3 million PCs from Windows to Linux.
Says Linus Torvalds
Linus Torvalds says that claims by C++ game developer Malte Skarupke that his spinlocks experiments had discovered the Linux kernel had a scheduler issue were garbage.