With the release of LibreOffice 6 comes a much more user-friendly means of digitally signing a document. Jack Wallen shows you how.
The last patent covering the still ubiquitous MPEG-2 codec recently expired in the US, allowing for hobbyists, SMBs, and others to use it without paying fees.
If you're looking for a personal assistant that doesn't test the limits of your privacy concerns, the Mycroft Mark II might perfectly fit the bill.
If you're looking for a powerful, secure web-based database interface, Jack Wallen shows you how to install and use Adminer on Ubuntu Server.
If your Linux shell scripts are getting tripped up by SSH fingerprints, Jack Wallen has an easy solution to avoid the problem.
Looking for an easy to use, command line encryption tool for Linux? Jack Wallen walks you through the process of creating encrypted vaults with Tomb.
Red Hat recently paid a premium for CoreOS, a Kubernetes contributor. Given the stakes, that amount may actually be a steal.
Nextcloud 13 is out, and offers a host of new features. One such feature is end-to-end encryption that will work with the soon-to-be released desktop client. Jack Wallen gives a preview of the client.
The Open Source Definition, which upholds 10 key principles that open source software must follow, turns 20 years old this month. Jack Wallen offers up his own special "happy birthday" tribute.
The open source file sharing and management suite gains more features for SMBs in the latest release.
Debian is an ideal operating system that can easily meet your data center needs. Jack Wallen walks you through the process of setting up a minimal Debian server.
The Odroid-N1 packs similar specs to the $449 Samsung Chromebook Plus into what is promised to be a $110 board.
SiFive has opened orders for the Hi-Five Unleashed, a single-board computer using the royalty-free RISC-V ISA. Here's what you need to know.
An early release of KDE's Plasma Mobile operating system reveals its promising future. Jack Wallen walks through what to like, and not like about the software.