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HowToForge: Most Linux servers offer an SSH login via Port 22 for remote administration purposes.
The VAR Guy: Amazon Lumberyard and GameLift are new AWS cloud services for creating PC and console games, with mobile and virtual reality support coming soon.
opensource.com: David Both shares his favorite system monitoring tools for understanding what is going on in any Linux environment: top, atop, htop, and glances.
TechRights: The SCO case is still going on and Microsoft has just signed a patent deal with GoPro
ZDnet: Updated images are available for NOOBS (1.6.0) and Raspbian (2016-02-03). Existing system can simply be updated in place.
LinuxUser&Developer: On occasion I’ve been accused of re-inventing the wheel – now, that’s not actually the problem here. The problem is that the wheel is kind of square, and I’d like a tyre.
Linux.com: There are many reasons why you should use ZFS for your file servers to create a pool of hard drives to increase redundancy.
LinuxConfig: This article will provide you with a core information on how to create boot-able Ubuntu Live customized isohybrid image to get you started with your own Ubuntu distro spin-off.
Freedom Penguin: The terminal is a scary thing for noobs.