Where I Stand on Systemd

systemd-like maze

When it comes to Linux and systemd, the one thing on which everyone can agree is that it’s complicated — some say overly complicated. […]

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The Verdict On systemd Is In

Components of systemd

While the use of systemd by most Linux distros remains a subject of controversy, the recent vote by Debian members to support systemd while exploring other alternatives seems to indicate the init system is gaining acceptance. […]

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Linux & Open Source 2019: Chrome OS, Snap, Flatpak, RISC-V, and Stallman

Zipping up 2019

We look back on 2019 using our 2020 hindsight at some of the important happenings during the last year in the world of Linux and open source. […]

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Analyzing Distrowatch Trends

Our delve into the numbers presented by Distrowatch indicate that although there have been some notable changes over the last serveral years, the Linux ecosphere is mostly stable from a distro perspective. […]

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Lessons Using Linux and Other Free Software Taught Me

Screenshot from GNU of Trisquel Linux distro

Even if you’re a liberal arts major with no background in technology or science, using Linux and other free software can empower you to take control of your computing environments. […]

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