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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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Krita 4.4.3 Released with Stability and Performance Improvements, Bug Fixes

With Krita 5 in the works, the Foundation say they’re only focusing their efforts on making the Krita 4.4 series more stable and reliable.

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Ten Useful Commands to Collect System and Hardware Information in Linux

Knowing the hardware components of your Linux system is running on helps you deal with compatibility issues when it comes to installing packages and drivers on your system.

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Identify Potentially Vulnerable Network Daemons on your Linux Systems

Identify vulnerable network daemons for remediation and learn how attackers find vulnerable resources.

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Canonical, Collabora, and Nextcloud Deliver Work-From-Home Solution to Raspberry Pi Users

The best part of the Nextcloud Ubuntu Appliance is that it’s fully pre-configured and automatically updated.

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How to copy items from one DynamoDB to another DynamoDB table using Python on AWS

This tutorial shows you how to write a Python script to copy data from one DynamoDB to another DynamoDB table on AWS.

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APT-CACHE and APT-GET commands for package management in Ubuntu

Introduction In an earlier article, we demonstrated how you could use the dpkg package manager to install, remove and query information about software packages in the Ubuntu OS. In this article, we will show you how to use apt-cache to search for and query information about packages available in online and local repositories and we […]

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APT-CACHE and APT-GET commands for package management in Ubuntu

Introduction In an earlier article, we demonstrated how you could use the dpkg package manager to install, remove and query information about software packages in the Ubuntu OS. In this article, we will show you how to use apt-cache to search for and query information about packages available in online and local repositories and we […]

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12 DPKG command examples

Introduction The package manager for Debian and distros derived from Debian is called dpkg or Debian package. As users, we can use dpkg directly or use higher level programs like apt(advanced package management tool) which gives us a few more features. Utilities such as dpkg-deb and dpkg-query use dpkg as a front-end to perform some […]

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Automatically view song lyrics as you listen

Whether you listen to music on Spotify or a classic audio player like Rhythmbox, Lollypop, or Audacious, a tool named Lyrics-in-terminal will let you read the lyrics for the track you are currently playing.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-25 04:03:43

This month in Kernel News: Opening a Random Can of Worms and Out with the Old.

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Open Source Ingenuity

Watching the Mars rover, maddog is delighted to observe that the small helicopter it carries named Ingenuity has many off-the-shelf components and runs under Linux using free and open source software.

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Cookies and Cohorts

Is the web changing before our eyes? We in tech media certainly talk about change all the time. (One could argue that the whole point of tech media is to talk about change.)

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-25 04:03:40

Manjaro KDE Plasma 20.2.1 and Clonezilla Live 2.7.1

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Faster Python apps

PyPy and Nuitka improve the performance of Python on a Raspberry Pi.

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Peer-to-peer file sharing

For the occasional local file transfer, a few simple tools can do the job quickly and efficiently.

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A new fork of RawTherapee offers tools for photo editing

RAW converters are the first tool to use in editing photos, and new solutions and programs have the potential to make users’ lives easier. How does ART stack up?

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Kali à la Carte

Charly uses the katoolin 3 installation script for a targeted approach to installing his favorite Kali Linux tools on the Ubuntu desktop.

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Tips and tweaks for reducing Linux startup time

Today’s Linux systems boot faster than ever, but many users still get impatient waiting for that first glimpse of desktop. These tweaks will help you get a faster start from the bootloader and kernel.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-25 04:02:56

In the news: Mageia 8 Now Available with Linux 5.10 LTS; Gnome 40 Beta Released; OpenMandriva Lx 4.2 Has Arrived; Thunderbird 78 Ported to Ubuntu 20.04; and Linux Exploit for Spectre Flaw Discovered.

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