IT - Linux
Virtual Filesystems In Linux: Why We Need Them And How They Work
opensouce.com, March 8th, 2019
"What is a filesystem? According to early Linux contributor and author Robert Love, 'A filesystem is a hierarchical storage of data adhering to a specific structure.' However, this description applies equally well to VFAT (Virtual File Allocation Table), Git, and Cassandra (a NoSQL database). So what distinguishes a filesystem?..."
Linux 5.0 Introduces New Security Capabilities
eWeek, March 4th, 2019
"Linux 5.0, the first major milestone release of the open-source Linux kernel in 2019, launched on March 3.

Linux 5.0 is the first version of the kernel since April 2015, when Linux 4.0 was released, with a major new version number. That said, Linux creator Linus Torvalds really doesn't assign a specific significance to new major version numbers, but rather the incremental number adjustment is somewhat arbitrary.

'The numbering change is not indicative of anything special,' Torvalds wrote in Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML) message. 'If you want to have an official reason, it's that I ran out of fingers and toes to count on, so 4.21 became 5.0'..."

Get Started With Powershell Core On Linux
SearchDataCenter, March 7th, 2019
"PowerShell Core lets you configure and manage Windows, Linux and Mac-based servers in the data center. Learn how to install and navigate the command-line shell in this tip...

PowerShell is a Windows-only scripting language for managing systems such as Active Directory, Exchange and SharePoint. In 2016, Microsoft decided to make an open source version of PowerShell, named PowerShell Core..."

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