Artikel zum Thema "Linux" bei CIO.de

Demand for Linux skills rises

Demand for people with Linux skills is increasing, a trend that appears to follow a shift in server sales. » zum Artikel

Steam's Linux game count explodes in one year, big publishers still absent

Since Valve released the first stable version of Steam for Linux a year ago, the number of Linux-supported games has grown more than fivefold. » zum Artikel

New Intel NUC BIOS update fixes Linux installation woes

The future of the desktop, Intel says, lies in the extremes: enormous tabletop all-in-ones and itty-bitty PCs like the company's own diminutive Next Unit of Computing. And indeed, we were mighty impressed when we got our hands on Intel's Core i5-powered NUC, which managed to crack PCWorld's top products of 2013 despite being a bare-bones system that requires users to BYO RAM, SSD, and OS. » zum Artikel

Criminals use Java to infect Linux and Mac users with DDoS bot

Criminals are once again using Java's cross-platform design to add Linux and Mac users to their usual Windows target list, Kaspersky Lab's researchers have discovered. » zum Artikel

Dell to bundle Cumulus Linux network OS

Dell this week said it would resell start-up Cumulus Networks' Linux operating system in an effort to broaden the appeal of its fixed-configuration switches. » zum Artikel

Two top PC games gain Linux support ahead of SteamOS

Valve's Linux-based SteamOS hasn't arrived just yet, nor have the company's living room-ready "Steam Machines," but a couple of notable game developers have already prepared Linux ports of their hit titles. This week, Metro: Last Light and Super Meat Boy both got the open-source OS treatment. » zum Artikel

Beginner-friendly Linux distro SolusOS to shut down

Developer Ikey Doherty announced this week that work on SolusOS, a Debian-based distro aimed at beginning Linux users, would come to a halt. » zum Artikel

The future of Linux: Evolving everywhere

Mark Shuttleworth's recent closure of Ubuntu Linux bug No. 1 ("Microsoft has a majority market share") placed a meaningful, if somewhat controversial, exclamation point on how far Linux has come since Linus Torvalds rolled out the first version of the OS in 1991 as a pet project. » zum Artikel

Linux 'Hand of Thief ' bank Trojan is not viable malware, says RSA

The 'Hand of Thief' (HoT) Linux banking Trojan that was offered for sale on the criminal underground this summer is a primitive "prototype" that poses little real threat to users of the OS, a new analysis by RSA has reported. » zum Artikel

VMware brings Suse Linux to newly launched cloud service

The newly launched VMware vCloud Hybrid Service will start offering a fully supported Suse Linux Enterprise Server by the end of the year, making it the first commercially supported Linux OS that the cloud service plans to offer. » zum Artikel

Linus Torvalds celebrates 22 years of Linux with nostalgic message

It was 22 years ago on Sunday that Linus Torvalds announced in a newsgroup posting that he was creating a free operating system, a message he echoed in his announcement Sunday of the latest Linux kernel release candidate. » zum Artikel

MS and Linux at Loggerheads is History: Peter Lees, Suse

Peter Lees' prime responsibility is to develop awareness of SUSE products, technologies and capabilities throughout the APAC region. As a technologist with two decades of experience in open systems, IT infrastructure, and cloud computing, Lees has held senior consultant roles at NetApp and Sun Microsystems. Suse has grown faster than the worldwide Linux growth rate (22% last year), according to ... » zum Artikel

Linux popularity rises as enterprises conquer 'irrational fears', claims SUSE

UK businesses have conquered their "irrational fears" of Linux and the majority now depend on it for some part of their mainstream business applications, a survey of 200 IT executives has found. » zum Artikel

Linux 'Hand of Thief' Trojan offered for sale at $2,000 a time

Researchers have discovered a Trojan capable of attacking multiple Linux distros being offered for sale by enterprising Russian criminals for $2,000 (£1,300) a time. Time for Linux users to worry or is this another speculative attack » zum Artikel

Dangerous Linux Trojan could be sign of things to come

Desktop Linux users accustomed to a relatively malware-free lifestyle should get more vigilant in the near future -- a researcher at RSA has detailed the existence of the "Hand of Thief" Trojan, which specifically targets Linux. » zum Artikel

LinuxMint 15 delivers smooth alternative to Ubuntu

The crafters of the LinuxMint distro are in a ticklish position. Mint is based on Ubuntu, which in turn, is based on Debian, which in turn, has the moveable feast of the Linux kernel as its underpinning. All three have changed underneath LinuxMint, but LinuxMint 15 pulls off a new cut without missing a step (save a missing KDE version). » zum Artikel

5 free Linux text editors for programming and word processing

Today's Linux text editors bridge the gap between the needs of high-end programmers and those of day-to-day users. These applications offer a range of functionality, from clean and user-friendly interfaces (preferred for normal text editing) to power-packed features (required for programming). » zum Artikel

Red Hat Enterprise Linux gets cozy with MongoDB

Easing the path for organizations to launch big data-styled services, Red Hat has coupled the 10gen MongoDB data store to its new identity management package for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution. » zum Artikel

Linux lets you customize your environment, but find a partner to address continuity

This vendor-written tech primer has been edited by Network World to eliminate product promotion, but readers should note it will likely favor the submitter's approach. » zum Artikel

Linux dev to Torvalds: Enough with the potty mouth already

Linux kernel developer Sarah Sharp publicly lambasted Linus Torvalds for his habitual use of abusive language on Monday, precipitating a lengthy, contentious exchange about civility and professionalism. » zum Artikel

The future of Linux: Evolving everywhere

Mark Shuttleworth's recent closure of Ubuntu Linux bug No. 1 ("Microsoft has a majority market share") placed a meaningful, if somewhat controversial, exclamation point on how far Linux has come since Linus Torvalds rolled out the first version of the OS in 1991 as a pet project. » zum Artikel

Linux Institute opposes Microsoft role in Kenya's laptop project

The Linux Professional Institute has opposed a move by Microsoft to partner with the Kenyan government in an ambitious US$2 billion laptop project. » zum Artikel

City of Munich spreads the gospel of Linux with Lubuntu giveaway

Plans are afoot to have Munich's city government distribute 2,000 Lubuntu installation CDs to users with older Windows PCs, after Microsoft stops releasing security updates for Windows XP next year. » zum Artikel

Linux Foundation sees broadening role for developers

Linux developers were once just that, developers. But their role is changing says the Linux Foundation, which is expanding its training options to help them. » zum Artikel

Canonical's Mir move doesn't sit well with some Linux developers

Nobody could accuse Canonical of resting on its laurels. The business side of Ubuntu the best-known desktop Linux distribution has expanded aggressively into mobility, pushed forward with a new desktop environment, and continued to release new versions of the flagship OS over the past few years. » zum Artikel

Start-up readies network-optimized Linux for data centers

Start-up Cumulus Networks this week has emerged with a Linux network operating system designed for programmable data centers like the ones Google and Facebook are building. » zum Artikel

Can Red Hat do for OpenStack what it did for Linux

Red Hat made its first $1 billion commercializing Linux. Now, it hopes to make even more doing the same for OpenStack. » zum Artikel

Zorin OS 7: This may be the Linux distro you're looking for

It's been almost a year since Zorin OS 6 made its debut, and since then several minor updates to the user-friendly Linux distribution have been released as well. » zum Artikel

Considering a Linux career Four tips for new college grads

'Tis the season for college graduations, and that means there are countless fresh grads out there looking for their first real, professional jobs. » zum Artikel

Skype for Linux 4.2 aims to deliver more polish

It's been almost a year since Microsoft moved its newly acquired Skype for Linux out of beta with the release of version 4.0, surprising more than a few Linux fans with its apparent commitment to maintaining a telephony client for the free and open source operating system. » zum Artikel


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Ob Erstkontakt, Folgeversion oder Systemwechsel - das Angebot an Linux-Distributionen ist äußert vielfältig. Und keineswegs jede Ausführung ist für jeden Anwendungstypus geeignet. Wir haben einige empfehlenswerte Linux-Distributionen ausgewählt und näher unter die Lupe genommen.
Ob Erstkontakt, Folgeversion oder Systemwechsel - das Angebot an Linux-Distributionen ist äußert vielfältig. Und keineswegs jede Ausführung ist für jeden Anwendungstypus geeignet. Wir haben einige empfehlenswerte Linux-Distributionen ausgewählt und näher unter die Lupe genommen.
Ob Erstkontakt, Folgeversion oder Systemwechsel – das Angebot an Linux-Distributionen ist äußert vielfältig. Und keineswegs jede Ausführung ist für jeden Anwendungstypus geeignet.