Arduinos have grown in popularity over the past few years, to the point where they are ubiquitous. Learn how you can use them from Linux to create a sensor system
The Automotive Grade Linux workgroup aims to get more open source technology in vehicles
An enlightened versions of Ubuntu, Bodhi is an incredibly lightweight and highly customisable distro using Canonical’s base. Is Bodhi crippled from this, or much better?
With the release of Ubuntu 13.04 today, Canonical have revealed the name of the next version – Saucy Salamander
Ubuntu 13.04 is out tomorrow, 25th April, and the Raring Ringtail is getting some new features over the Quantal Quetzal
Fedora 19 Alpha is the second of the three major releases this week, and this development release marks the beginning of public testing for the next major version of the distro
The Mageia 3 release is on 3rd May, and in the run up to this, the release candidate has been made available for a final round of testing.
GlusterFS is used in environments where high performance, redundancy and reliability are of a premium. The best part is that it’s exceedingly easy to use
One of the smallest quadrotors in the world is also fully open source. Is it a toy, a development, platform, or both?
Debian 7.0 will go stable on May 5th, with Debian 8.0 Jessie to be the next testing versions of the venerable distro
The serious distro with a punny name, Fuduntu, will end-of-lifed after the next update as team moves on to other projects
Jon Masters summarises the latest news from the Linux kernel community as the final 3.8 kernel release approaches and preparation for 3.9 begins