Linuxiac is an independent media platform dedicated to publishing the latest news from the Linux world and Open Source software. Here you will find primarily articles about Linux in general. It is a relatively new, fast-growing website on the Linux subject. Founded by Bobby Borisov and launched in May 2020, Linuxiac quickly became a trusted source for Linux news.
In addition to news coverage, Linuxiac provides how-to articles, application reviews, and Linux tips & tricks. Covered topics include Linux distributions, desktop customization, system administration, open-source tools, virtualization, etc.
Our Linux & Open Source News
Linuxiac’s primary focus is providing users with the latest news from the Linux and Open Source world. Our team adheres to internal quality standards for published information, which we never compromise.
Quality, credibility, showing deep expertise in the subject presented, and explaining in clear language have always been and will continue to be the Linuxiac team’s top priorities when providing Linux news. Because of this, every news story is revised multiple times before publication to ensure that we provide our users with the best presented and trustworthy information. And that we truly understand what it is all about.
Finally, we are proud of how we cover the latest Linux and Open Source news and our level of expertise, but most importantly, we are proud of you – our readers. You are our most valuable asset and the most significant indicator of our performance. So, thank you for your trust!
Our Linux Tutorials & Open Source Reviews
Aside from Linux news, Linuxiac offers ‘How to’ tutorials closely related to Linux and Open Source technologies on everything from simple desktop customization to virtualization and containerization technologies and installing and configuring complicated Linux services.
We wouldn’t dare to say that we have the best tutorials and reviews you can find (though we secretly think we do), but we do attempt to give our readers the best. And it’s something we’re truly proud of. If you have any doubts, look at any of the guides published on Linuxiac. It says more about our expertise and quality than any claims here.
Furthermore, each of our tutorials is illustrated with multiple pictures to provide our users with the most clarity on the actions they need to take. We describe each step in detail and as simple a language as possible. Most importantly, we are confident in claiming to be experts in every subject for which we have a published guide.
On top of that, we typically go through multiple rounds of many revisions for every article, trying to perfect the clarity. Moreover, before writing a tutorial, we test everything as long as possible. So, we only suggest something by having it tested by us and always investigating new ways to do things better.
In other words, our test lab has thoroughly evaluated every tutorial published on the Linuxiac pages. Therefore, we guarantee you will achieve the results shown if you follow them.
We’re a small group of Linux professionals and Open Source enthusiasts, not a large organization. Meet the team behind Linuxiac.com!
Bobby is the founder, owner, and the Editor-in-Chief of Linuxiac. The man who lives and breathes Linux. The eternal optimist who believes that the best is yet to come.
Before starting Linuxiac.com, Bobby worked in IT for over 20 years. He has worked for both small businesses and large multi-national enterprises.
As a hardcore Linux fan, Bobby loves technology and has always had a flair for teaching. Having worked with Open Source technology all his career, Bobby now focuses on making Linux easier for others.
Over the last 10+ years, you will find nothing but Arch Linux on his desktop machines. Well, attempts to convince him to try something different continue.
You can reach Bobby at [email protected]
Alex is a former career Linux Systems Administrator turned DevOps Engineer with 15 years of experience and counting. He loves writing about technology, especially Linux and Open Source.
On top of that, Alex occupies the weird space between content creation and marketing strategy. He is always trying to position himself as an intermediary voice between Bobby, constantly spewing ideas and what needs to be delivered to our readers.
He primarily uses Fedora and Ubuntu but keeps trying other distributions for reviews published on Linuxiac.
You can reach Alex at [email protected]
Brian has more than 25 years of experience in hardware engineering and is always looking for the next scoop. As an old-school UNIX fan, his machines are powered by FreeBSD, but curiosity constantly drives him to test various Linux distributions, mainly server-oriented ones.
In fact, Brian is our real system administrator, who is awake at 2 am to fix the synchronization issue between our U.S.-based servers. Incomprehensibly for us, Brian nevertheless finds time to prepare and edit articles. But, unfortunately, we still need to figure out how he does it.
You can reach Brian at [email protected]
Knowledge should be free – an asset for humanity that shouldn’t have a price. Any technology evolves more rapidly when more and more brains work on it. Linux is the best example, so we believe in the Open Source philosophy. In addition, we aim to serve the Linux Community in every possible way by sharing our knowledge and experience gained over the years.
P.S. Everyone is passionate about something. Our passion is called Linux!
Welcome to Linuxiac!