Entries by The Linux Foundation

, , ,

The OpenSSF and the Linux Foundation Address Software Supply Chain Security Challenges at White House Summit

WASHINGTON (January 13, 2022) Today marks an important moment in the Linux Foundation’s history of engagement with public sector organizations. The White House convened an important cross-section of the Open Source developer and commercial ecosystem along with leaders and experts of many U.S. federal agencies to identify the challenges present in the open source software […]

, , , ,

Baumer, Infineon, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Percepio and Silicon Labs Select Zephyr RTOS for their Next Generation of Products and Solutions

SAN FRANCISCO, January 13, 2022 – The Zephyr™ Project announces a major milestone today with Baumer joining as a Platinum member and Infineon Technologies, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., Percepio and Silicon Labs joining as Silver members. These new members have selected Zephyr RTOS as one of the key technologies to build their next generation of […]

, , , ,

Please Join Us In The January 2022 SPDX Community SBOM DocFest

SPDX was designed for tools to produce and consume SBOM documents. A decade of experience has shown us that tools may interpret fields differently – a file may be a valid syntactic SPDX SBOM,  but different tools may fill in different values.   By coming together as a community to examine the output of multiple tools […]

, , , , ,

Classic SysAdmin: How to Check Disk Space on Linux from the Command Line

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. Quick question: How much space do you have left on your drives? A little or a lot? Follow up question: Do you know how to find out? If you […]

, , , ,

Classic SysAdmin: Understanding Linux File Permissions

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. Although there are already a lot of good security features built into Linux-based systems, one very important potential vulnerability can exist when local access is granted – – that […]

, , , ,

Classic SysAdmin: How to Move Files Using Linux Commands or File Managers

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. There are certain tasks that are done so often, users take for granted just how simple they are. But then, you migrate to a new platform and those same […]

, , , ,

Classic SysAdmin: How to Search for Files from the Linux Command Line

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. It goes without saying that every good Linux desktop environment offers the ability to search your file system for files and folders. If your default desktop doesn’t — because […]

, , ,

A New Year’s Message from Nithya Ruff (2022)

The last two years have demonstrated even more clearly that technology is the crucial fabric that weaves society and the economy together. From video conferencing to online shopping and delivery to remote collaboration tools for work, technology helped society continue to function throughout the pandemic in 2020 and the continuing uncertainty of 2021. All that […]

, , , ,

Classic SysAdmin: How to Kill a Process from the Linux Command Line

This is a classic article written by Jack Wallen from the Linux.com archives. For more great SysAdmin tips and techniques check out our free intro to Linux course. Picture this: You’ve launched an application (be it from your favorite desktop menu or from the command line) and you start using that launched app, only to have it […]