Introduction to Linux monitoring and alerting

Have you ever wanted to set up a process monitor that alerts you when it’s offline without spending thousands of budget dollars to do so? Every system administrator has, and here’s how to do it.

Intel prepares USB4 support for Linux

The main lines of USB4 (and not USB 4.0; don’t try to understand, but it’s official!) were published at the beginning of 2019 and the USB Promoter Group consortium simultaneously announced that they were working hard to bring the evolution on the market within the devices by 2020! Moreover, this accelerated work had borne fruit quite quickly as the veil of the finalized USB4 specifications was then lifted in early September. The main challenge now is to integrate the standard into everyday devices and ecosystems.


The Linux Foundation Launches New CommunityBridge Platform to Help Sustain Open Source Communities

San Francisco, CA – March 12, 2019 – The Linux Foundation today announced CommunityBridge – a new platform created to empower open source developers – and the individuals and organizations who support them – to advance sustainability, security, and diversity in open source technology.