Tag Archives: Linux

The man deleting his entire company due to bad code story is a marketing ploy

The majority of users agreed it was unlikely Mr Marsala would ever be able to recover his data

Over the past two days, a story has been making the rounds on the Internet: That of a man who accidentally erased his entire company with a single line of bad code. This man, Marco Marsala,  runs a small hosting company with over 1500 websites, and he supposedly erased everything mistakenly. In fact, even the server backups seemed to have been gone since they were mounted at the time the command was executed.  Continue reading The man deleting his entire company due to bad code story is a marketing ploy

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In landmark move, Microsoft now supports Bash commands and Ubuntu binaries

Over the past two years under the leadership of Satya Nadella, Microsoft has exhibited a change not only in its products but in the company culture itself. It has changed from a PC-driven steadfast company to a company with more diverse income streams that is willing to move faster. Continue reading In landmark move, Microsoft now supports Bash commands and Ubuntu binaries

Dell’s XPS 13 now comes preloaded with Linux

Linux is an operating-system that lives a weird duality. On one hand, it is the most popular operating-system on the planet, forming the heart of Android, a part of OSX and on just about every set-top box, IoT device and much more. On the other hand, when it comes to the Desktop, it occupies the third place in the grand operating-system race, even with the hundreds of Linux distros available. Continue reading Dell’s XPS 13 now comes preloaded with Linux

Linux’s latest vulnerability: Hit backspace 28 times, and you would gain access

Linux is generally regarded as a stable and secure operating system when compared to Windows, which is comparatively more resource-intensive and less secure. Continue reading Linux’s latest vulnerability: Hit backspace 28 times, and you would gain access

Microsoft is bringing SSH support to Windows with Windows 10

Linux is an operating system that isn’t as well-known as Windows and OSX, but it is all around us. Android is built on Linux, many devices around our homes run Linux and servers usually run Linux. Continue reading Microsoft is bringing SSH support to Windows with Windows 10

The computing Ultimatum: The CHIP is a fully functional Computer that costs only $9

In the last two decades, we have witnessed multiple revolutions. And all of these revolutions are based on the humble computer. Due to computers, we now have a massive interconnected network that allows anyone to access the information they want.  Due to computers, many new industries have emerged and some older ones have been swept off into the grave. On the other hand, the survivors experienced a complete productivity revolution, with the speed, efficiency, quality and capacity of Industries boosting. Continue reading The computing Ultimatum: The CHIP is a fully functional Computer that costs only $9

The Raspberry Pi finally finds a competitor in Hummingboard

The HummingBoard has been announced. It will come in three different variants, at three different price points: $45, $75 and finally $100. Continue reading The Raspberry Pi finally finds a competitor in Hummingboard

The Linux Distro for your Needs

If you are a beginner to Linux, or even a seasoned veteran, it is hard to navigate the crowded world of Linux Distributions, which is filled to the brim with thousands of Distros: Some different, Some forks and yet others made for very specific purposes.

This article is there for providing you the best Linux distribution for your needs. Let us start off with what is a Linux Distro and then we may proceed further (If you already know Linux, feel free to skip it). Continue reading The Linux Distro for your Needs