In the upcoming Linux 4.0, you may never need to reboot your operating system ever again – or at least, hardly ever. Live patching is coming, but apparently there are still a few hurdles to get through before we have full functionality.
A new numbering system is on the cards for Linux, but an even bigger issue is at hand: the year 2038 is set to be a disaster if we don’t act now, with an event similar to the Y2K bug on the horizon.
Linux founder Linus Torvalds has gone on the record about Linux security disclosures, and his desire to be more responsible with security disclosure timeframes.
More and more groups are pledging their love to Docker, from New Relic to Google. But does anyone love it as much as the JBoss crew?
Open source superstar Docker 1.0 is now GA, complete with stable production-ready, backward compatible and feature-complete software.
With the fourth anniversary of acquisition of the platform coming up, the Father of Java has a mixed bag of views on its stewards.
Community Linux distribution leaders hail a new era as corporate giant pours resources into project.
Linux proponent predicts banner year for open source operating system – heres our two cents.
Acquisition of cloudy licensee marks move by OIN to protect Linux mobile and virtual storage environments from hungry trolls.
Can the ubiquitous compiling tools first release in three years make up for the widely-panned Make 3.82?
The community-focused platform-as-a-service gets a big backer in Big Blue, who will contribute new tools and help set-up a new governance model
The open source company are latest to say goodbye to Oracle, in favour of the MySQL fork.
Following two years of beta testing, Red Hat decide to roll out premium support for their public cloud platform.
Which code is better-written: open source or proprietary? The answer depends on the size of the codebase, it seems.