How To Record Everything You Do In Terminal

Today, in this guide, we are going to see how to record everything you do in Terminal using ‘script’ command. You might have run a command, or created a directory, or installed an application in Terminal. Script command simply saves whatever you do in the Terminal. You can then view them if you want to know what you did few hours or few days ago. Learn More

Linux and open-source jobs are in more demand than ever

Do you want a tech job? Then, it's time to head towards Linux and open source. According to The Linux Foundation and Dice's 2018 Open Source Jobs Report, 87 percent of hiring managers are having trouble finding open-source talent, while hiring open-source talent is now a priority for 83 percent of employers. Learn More

Linux Mint vs Ubuntu

There probably aren't two Linux distributions more closely related than Ubuntu and Linux Mint. Actually, the two are so close to one another, there's serious debate about whether or not they are the same distribution. Read More

A summer reading list for open organization enthusiasts

The books on this year's open organization reading list crystallize so much of what makes "open" work: Honesty, authenticity, trust, and the courage to question those status quo arrangements that prevent us from achieving our potential by working powerfully together.

These nine books—each one a recommendation from a member of our community—represent merely the beginning of an important journey toward greater and better openness.

Red Hat Launches Process Automation Manager 7, Brackets Editor Releases Version 1.13, Qt Announces New Patch Release and More

Red Hat today launched Red Hat Process Automation Manager 7, which is "a comprehensive, cloud-native platform for developing business automation services and process-centric applications across hybrid cloud environments". This new release expands some key capabilities including cloud native application development, dynamic case management and low-code user experience. You can learn more and get started here

Ubuntu 18.10

Ubuntu 18.10

Ubuntu 18.10 will be released this October, and we already have information about the new Ubuntu’s features, changes, release date, and more.

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The daily builds of Ubuntu 18.10 are already available for download, so if you'd like to start testing the new Ubuntu, download it via the button below.
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How to Upgrade Your Server to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

ubuntu 18.04

Follow these detailed step-by-step instructions on how to upgrade your 16.04 Ubuntu server to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS via SSH. Beginner-friendly.

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Linux 'users' Command Tutorial for Beginners (with Examples)

Sometimes, while working on the Linux command line, you might want to quickly check which all users are currently logged in to the system. Well, there's a built-in Linux command line utility that lets you do this easily. The tool in question is 'users', and in this tutorial, we will discuss the basics of it using some easy to understand examples. Read More

Person with diabetes finds open source and builds her own medical device

Red Hat's 2018 Women in Open Source Community Award winner is Dana Lewis. Hear her story.

How To Create a Sudo User on Ubuntu

sudo is command designed to allow users to run programs with the security privileges of another user, by default the root user. In this guide we will show you how to create a new user with sudo privileges on Ubuntu. Read More

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