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Five Reasons to Ditch Gmail (and Use a Privacy-Focused Email Service Instead)

Here’s why you should opt for other email services, along with five solid replacements for Gmail.

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How to Install the Telegram Desktop App in Linux

Telegram is a hugely popular messaging client, especially for those interested in privacy. Here’s how to install it in Linux.

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What Is Headless Server

You may have heard of the headless server. A headless server is simply an operating system installed on a computer without a monitor, mouse, keyboard, and other peripherals. One can make a server a headless server just by connecting it to a network, removing the monitor, mouse, keyboard, and peripherals….

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Development Release: FreeBSD 13.0-RC2

Glen Barber has announced the availability of the second release candidate for FreeBSD 13.0, the second last release candidate before the expected final release on 30 March: “The first RC build of the 13.0-RELEASE release cycle is now available. A sum…

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7Zip 21.0 Provides Native Linux Support

Learn how to install and use the 7Zip 21.0 utility on your Linux system.

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What Is LVFS and How Do I Use It?

With LVFS, Linux users have access to features like displayport over USB-C and fixes for the Thunderbolt Controller on their newer Lenovo ThinkPads.

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How to Create Symbolic or Soft Link in Linux

In this post, we’ll see how to create, verify, and remove symbolic links in Linux.

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How I Used Ansible to Automate Updates at Home

To keep the home IT stack them up to date and install updates automatically, I leave the job to Ansible.

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Linux Scripting: Three How-Tos for while Loops in bash

Let’s look at three examples of using while loops to manage conditions that do not have a known limit.

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We All Need Security But How Much Should VPN Actually Cost

VPNs, or Virtual Private Networks, have been growing in popularity over recent years for internet users. They help to provide many different types of security for our browser, device, data, and location online, something we should all be thinking about…

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Copy Files and Create Target Directories at the Same Time in Linux

A single command can be used in place of cp, rsync, and scp.

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Canonical Says Ubuntu 16.04 Enters Extended Security Maintenance at the End of April

Canonical is kicking off the transition to its Extended Security Maintenance (ESM) commercial package for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) on April 30th, 2021.

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Canonical Says Ubuntu 16.04 Enters Extended Security Maintenance at the End of April

Canonical is kicking off the transition to its Extended Security Maintenance (ESM) commercial package for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) on April 30th, 2021.

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How to Take Screenshots on Debian Linux

You’ve got more options than just PrtScr.

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System76 Unveils Thelio Mira Linux PC with AMD Ryzen CPUs and NVIDIA Graphics

The Linux PC is powered by AMD Ryzen CPUs and NVIDIA graphics.

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How to Use Bridged Networking with libvirt and KVM

Among other things, libvirt is used to create and manage virtual networks. 

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Dual Booting Ubuntu and Windows with both SSD and HDD

Follow these steps to boot faster into Linux and keep plenty of disk space free for your personal documents and downloads.

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TUXEDO Computers Launches First Linux Gaming Laptops with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000

The two notebooks TUXEDO Computers introduces are some of its most powerful.

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How to wake up a sleeping bash script

Source: Linuxtoday.com

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Mesa 21.0 Graphics Stack Released with Many New Features and Improvements

The Mesa 21.0 release arrives more than a year after the Mesa 20.0 series.

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