When Red Hat, CentOS's Linux parent company, announced it was "shifting focus from CentOS Linux, the rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), to CentOS Stream, which tracks just ahead of a current RHEL release," it lost a lot of friends. CentOS co-founder, Gregory Kurtzer, immediately announced he'd create his own RHEL clone and CentOS replacement: Rocky Linux. He wasn't the only one. CloudLinux also proclaimed it would create a new CentOS clone Lenix. And, CloudLinux shall pour money into this perhaps a more than a million USD.
Even though in the server regime, Linux is considered to be a rock solid OS. But considering the amount of cyber attacks happening all around the world and the hardware maturity along with the software tools which hackers are able
After toying around with Fedora, I suddenly came across this new sweet piece of file system and was wondering what was the benefit of this and how can this be useful to me from a Linux enthusiast point of view.
Behold a giant am I, yay! I do consider “Linux” as a tertiary OS, after Windows and macOS in most terms. Even though Linux is just a kernel with all the bells and whistles put on top of that with
As an accolade to Mr. Torvalds and all the Linux enthusiasts out there, let us breathe a sigh of relief and greet this welcoming new version which is full of bells and whistles and without wasting any more time here
Change is inevitable part of life and change is important to keep the world transforming. Similar thing applies to technology world and as things gets evolved so does Linux and the whole nitty gritty of it. But wait a seconds, let me tell you the basics remains the same, I mean the command line and yeah that's forever you know. Here we shall be considering the desktop regime of Linux OS rather than servers, so here it begins as Anglehit explains...
A hacker is a highly skilled computer operator who uses bugs and exploits to break into computer systems and networks. An ethical hacker, on the other hand identifies vulnerabilities in computer systems and networks, and plugs these holes. Here's a round-up of the best OS's for ethical hacking and pen testing.