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Top Tips To Make Your Photos Look More Professional

There’s no blueprint to creating a professional photo; all you need is practising. Although as a new photographer there are things you can do that can improve your photography. One easy and fast way to improve your photo is through lighting, lighting m…

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6 Useful Outsourced Services Every Licensed Physician Should Hire Right Away

There are specific times when medical practitioners should seek help with their doctor marketing and advertising. Outsourcing is an essential strategy a physician can use to control the rising costs of providing services. In outsourcing, an external co…

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LFCA: Learn User Account Management – Part 5

The post LFCA: Learn User Account Management – Part 5 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .As a Linux system administrator, you will be tasked with ensuring the smooth flow of all IT operations in your organization. Given that s…

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How to install ReactJS with Nginx proxy on CentOS 8

React is a free and open-source JavaScript library developed by Facebook. It is used for creating web frontend and UI components. In this post, we will show you how to install React JS on CentOS 8

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Introduction to the aptitude package manager for Ubuntu

Introduction In our ongoing series of articles covering various software management tools, we have already covered, dpkg,apt-get and apt. In this article, we’ll cover the aptitude tool for package management on our Ubuntu 16.04 system. The aptitude command is a very useful, text-based utility for managing packages on your server.  Some administrators use it as […]

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zypper package management tool examples for managing packages on SUSE Linux

Introduction The zypper package management tool performs the same function for SUSE Linux as yum and apt perform for RedHat and Debian based systems respectively. SUSE (Software and System Entwicklung (Germany) meaning Software and System Development, in English) Linux runs on top of the open-source Linux kernel. The SUSE Linux distribution is available in two […]

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Install Apache Solr 8.8 on Ubuntu 20.04

The post Install Apache Solr 8.8 on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on LinOxide.

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KaOS Linux 2021.03 Released with KDE Plasma 5.21, Linux Kernel 5.11, and More

KaOS is a KDE Plasma-oriented rolling distro and it always ships with the most recent version of the popular and modern desktop environment.

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COMPARE: AlmaLinux vs CentOS

Let’s look at what makes AlmaLinux and CentOS so similar, and why new differences between the distributions are causing many to distro hop.

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How to Build A Powerful Website and Gain Potential Customers

It’s no secret that a strong web presence is key to the success of your business. That’s why it’s important to do it right. However, it’s not as simple as getting some good photos and some content. It takes a lot of consideration to do it right. This i…

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How to Quickly Convert YouTube Videos to MP4 and Get Them on Your iPhone in Few Seconds

So I was watching this YouTube podcast the other day on my way back on the bus and the video started glitching. I realized that the internet connection in that area was poor. So I had to spend the next half hour on the bus doing nothing, which totally …

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Open Source Artificial Intelligence: Leading Projects

Highlights of the quiet work happening with almost two dozen open-source AI standouts.

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What You Need to Know About Data Management and Why Your Business Needs It

In today’s business world within a company, there are several different projects running simultaneously, each using different software. This can get difficult for the team to work with as they have to hop between software when it finally comes time to …

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PanVk: An Open Source Vulkan driver for Arm Mali Midgard and Bifrost GPUs

 

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Informative Guide to NC (ncat) command in Linux

The ncat command in Linux or NC command is used in the maintenance or diagnosis-related tasks for a network.

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System76 Updates their Pangolin Laptop

System76 has released a much-anticipated AMD version of their most popular laptop, the Pangolin.

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How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux from the Official MS Repository

The official Microsoft Teams app is now available for Linux. Let’s show you how you can install it on your Linux system.

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Metro Exodus arrives for Linux on April 14

 

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How to Batch Convert PNG Images to JPG Format in Linux

Although PNG offers a better image quality compared with JPG, the large size factor is usually a concern for Internet users.

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How to Use break and Continue in Shell Scripts

Break and continue statements are bash built-in and used to alter the flow of your loops.

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