Linux Today

  1. ZDnet: Google Project Zero scolds Samsung and other vendors for adding features that undermine Android security.

  2. Datamation: Open source audio-video software offers an alternative to paying for expensive proprietary software.

  3. Protocol: Google reneges on an open-source promise as movement declines.

  4. A post explaining how to find palindrome dates using a shell command in Linux.

  5.  ZDnet: 2038 is for Linux what Y2K was for mainframe and PC computing in 2000

  6. Learn how to install apt-fast in order to accelerate the update and downloading process.

  7. The main change in Flatpak 1.6.2 is a fix for a major regression affecting the download speeds during the installation of Flatpak apps from Fluthub.

  8. In 2008 libcgroup was created to simplify how users interact with and manage cgroups

  9.  ostechnix: Here is a list some useful console services for Linux users