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Linux : Basics About Unix-like OS

Linux referred to the usually free, unix-like Operating systems based on the Linux kernel and is GNU GPL based software. The large, commercial distribution was from 1992 through the licensing of the Linux kernel under the free GNU GPL. In 1983, Richard Stallman launched the GNU project with the goal to develop an Unix-like, POSIX -compatible operating system.


Apstra Introduces the First Vendor-Agnostic, Intent-Driven Distributed Operating System to Automate the Data Center Network


Distributed Operating Systems: Theory and Practice (Paperback)

Ubuntu operating system based on the Debian Linux is a free and open source software, using its own desktop environment. Ubuntu is very popular Linux distribution for personal computers.

from Lifehacker

Build a Tiny Computer Hacking Tool with a Raspberry Pi

Kali is a great tool for testing the security of your network and the operating system works on just about everything that can run Linux. That includes the Raspberry Pi. What's even better is a new distribution that brings along support for a touchscreen.


Matriux is a Debian-based Linux operating system crafted for security enthusiasts. The operating system comes with more than 300 open source tools for penetration tools and hacking.


If you have ever used a Gnome based Linux operating system such as Ubuntu, then you must have used Libre Office. It is used as the default office application for many Linux distributions and even if it does not come by default, it is one of the first options for Linux users. Libre Office is quite similar in functionality to Open Office (in fact, it is the community clone of OpenOffice) and offers many clones of MS Office applications.


Here is the list of 10 best hacking operating system along with their download links. All of these are based on Linux Kernel and free to use.


How secure is the iPhone compared to the Black Phone 2? | Quora Silent Citcle is what Google could have been if Android was customer focused first. Even though their devices and subscriptions are geared toward the mobile enterprise their philosophy and the Apple philosophy about why the Administrator of mobile enterprise devices should be user-centric in the areas where private user information is stored where Googles Android is IT controlled (hence Spaces on Black Phone 2) and privacy and…

Google says RIP to Android Gingerbread and Honeycomb Read more Technology News Here --> Its surprising it hasnt happened before now but Google has announced that it will stop supporting two of its oldest Android operating system generation following an upcoming update to Google Play Services. That means in early 2017 we can wave a fond farewell to Android 2.3 Gingerbread and Android 3.0 Honeycomb arguably two of the more delicious flavors sorry versions…