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Terminal Vitality

by George F Rice

Ever since Douglas Engelbart flipped over a trackball and discovered a mouse, our interactions with computers have shifted from linguistics to hieroglyphics. That is, …

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How to use Nginx to redirect all traffic from http to https

If your website is hosted with NGINX and it has SSL enabled, it’s best practice to disable HTTP completely.

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How to check who’s logged in to your linux machine

If you have a linux server, It is absolutely necessary to know how to check the users that are logged in to your system and what they are doing. To do that, you have to get yourself familiar with number of different linux commands. In this guide, we will show you how to identify the […]

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Ardour 6.4 Free Digital Audio Workstation Released with Support for VST3 Plugins

The biggest new feature in Ardour 6.4 is support for plugins in Steinberg’s VST3 plugin format.

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Synchronize Files Between Multiple Systems With Syncthing

In this step by step tutorial, we are going to learn what is Syncthing,…
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How to Install Gibbon LMS on Ubuntu 20.04

Gibbon is a free and open-source school management system specially designed for teachers, students, parents and leaders. It helps teachers to find, contact and help their students.

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How to Configure Static IP Address on Ubuntu 20.04

Usually, when a client system connects to a network via WiFi or an ethernet cable, it automatically picks an IP address from the router. This is made possible through the DHCP server which auto-assigns
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How to Install XFCE Desktop Environment in Linux Mint

You can download Linux Mint 20, in three editions Cinnamon, MATE, or Xfce. Xfce is a light-weight computer surrounding. It doesn’t guide as many capabilities as cinnamon or mate, but it’s extremely stable and consume fewer resources. Today, we will […..

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Why You Should Trust Open Source Software Security

Some people still think that open source software security is inferior.

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A New Chrome OS-Like Ubuntu Remix is Now Available

Ubuntu Web looks to be your Chrome OS alternative.

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gmusicbrowser Music Player Sees First Release In More Than 5 Years

After almost 5 and a half years of no new releases, gmusicbrowser was finally updated.

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How to propagate a signal to child processes from a Bash script

learn about process groups and how to execute a process in background.

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Flatpak 1.10 Enters Development, Promises Major New Features and Improvements

Flatpak 1.10 development kicks off with the first unstable release, allowing us to have an early look at the new features and improvements.

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How to create a Cloudwatch Event Rule in AWS

A near-real-time stream of system events that describe changes in AWS resources is delivered by CloudWatch Events. We can create a rule that matches events and route them to one or more target functions.

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How to use Bash file test operators in Linux

File Test Operators are used in Linux to check and verify attributes of files like ownership or if they are a symlink. In this article, you will learn to test files using the if statement followed by some important test operators in Linux.

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Manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks And Snaps With Bauh

Bauh is an opensource, graphical application to manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks, Snaps and native web applications in Linux.

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How to Solve “Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)” In Ubuntu

It’s not uncommon to run into an issue of broken packages in Ubuntu and other Debian-based distributions. Sometimes, when you upgrade the system or install a software package, you may encounter the ‘Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg
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Linux 5.10 rc5

Linus Torvalds: Hmm. The 5.10 release candidates stubbornly keeps staying fairly big

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Install Deepin Desktop Environment on Ubuntu [Simple Steps]

Developed and maintained by the Wuhan Deepin technology,  Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) is a stylish, visually appealing desktop environment that gives your system a splash of color and sophistication. While we have Deepin Linux which is based on Ub…

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Encrypting directories with eCryptfs in linux

eCryptfs is a POSIX-compliant enterprise-class stacked cryptographic filesystem for Linux. It is derived from Erez Zadok’s Cryptfs, implemented through the FiST framework for generating stacked filesystems. eCryptfs extends Cryptfs to provide advanced key management and policy features. eCryptfs is already included in the official Ubuntu repositories and encrypting directories is a simple matter of mounting […]

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