2015 was an extremely good year for open source, in general. Enterprise customers embraced open source at an unprecedented rate. Not only that, arch rivals came together to work on shared technologies like Cloud Foundry and OpenStack. And we saw traditional proprietary companies like Microsoft and Apple release their software as open source. It was an exciting year.
Here are my picks for the top 9 open source stories of the year.
This tutorial will show you how to make a Linux computer that fits inside a modified USB charger plug, providing constant power in a very small package. It uses the Raspberry Pi compatible ODROID-W development board and runs the Raspbian OS. The plug itself can be used internationally and has US/UK/EU attachments.
n this article, i'll show how to make ASCII text banner or signature from the Linux command line.
You can use such text in SSH warning banners and welcome messages.
To convert plain text to a large ASCII banner, we need to install a Linux command line utility, named FIGlet.
FIGlet is a program for making large letters out of ordinary text.
In most cases you'll find FIGlet in standard repositories of your distribution, but if there is no FIGlet package, you can take it from EPEL repository.
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