| by Scott Kilroy

Look Up Word Definitions with WordNet and a Shell Script

Introducing the technical writer’s secret weapon.

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How to update the ONLYOFFICE Docs Docker version on Ubuntu

ONLYOFFICE Docs is an open-source office suite distributed under GNU AGPL v3.0. It comprises web-based collaborative editors for text documents, spreadsheets, and presentations highly compatible with OOXML formats (docx, xlsx, pptx).

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Linux Sysadmins: What’s Your Favorite IDE?

While it’s not necessarily glamorous, the right IDE is still a useful tool for any resourceful sysadmin.

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FSF’s LibrePlanet 2021 Free Software Conference Is This Weekend, Online Only

by George Whittaker

On Saturday and Sunday, March 20th and 21st, 2021, free software supporters from all over the world will log in to share knowledge and experiences, and to socialize…

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Create Disk Partitions with Parted Command in Linux

In this guide, we will demonstrate how to create and format partitions in Linux with parted command.

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How to increase the disk space of an AWS EC2 Ubuntu instance

In this article, we will increase the disk space of the boot volume (root partition) with the filesystem of type ext4 of Ubuntu 20.04 Server.

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Microsoft Open Sources Low-Code Power Fx Language

Meet the new open source formula language for low-code programming.

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How to Use Heredoc in Shell Scripting

Heredoc treats an input or file stream literal that is treated as a special block of code.

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Different Ways to Use Column Command in Linux

The post Different Ways to Use Column Command in Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
Have you ever been in a situation to work with CSV files and produce output in structured tabular format? Recently I was working with d…

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Plots Is an Open Source Graph Plotting App for GNOME

The free and open-source plotting application enables users to visualize mathematical formulae.
Plots Is an Open Source Graph Plotting App for GNOME

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How to Set a Static IP Address in CentOS Linux

When using CentOS, you can reduce the DHCP load by setting static IP addresses.

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Hands On with Raspup on Raspberry Pi 4: Puppy Linux for Tinkerers

Designed to run on ARMv7l hardware, specifically on the Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi 1, 2, 3, 3+, and 4 single-board computers (SBCs).
Hands On with Raspup on Raspberry Pi 4: Puppy Linux for Tinkerers

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How to Mount Windows NTFS Partition in Linux

Resolve NTFS drive read and write errors in the terminal.

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Five Tips to Boost the Performance of Your Apache Web Server

How to make sure your web server performs at the best of its capacity according to your (or you client’s) needs.

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Linux Pee Command – Tee Standard Input into Multiple Pipelines

Take standard input and feed it into multiple pipes.

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How Secure Is Linux?

Examine the key factors that contribute to Linux’s robust security and protection against vulnerabilities and attacks.

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Linux Kernel 5.12 RC2 Released Early, Fixing the Scary Swap File Bug

Do not use Linux Kernel 5.12 RC1 for testing, you may lose data.

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What Technologies Will Help the Environment in the Near Future?

The need for a green energy revolution is clear. With the planet’s ozone layer being depleted by harmful greenhouse gases, leading to rising temperatures and sea levels, and the destruction of many essential natural habitats, the future looks bleak in …

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SystemRescue 8.00 Released with Linux 5.10 LTS, Xfce 4.16, and Improved exFAT Support

The Linux system rescue toolkit is available as a bootable medium for administrating or repairing your system and data after a crash.

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Easily Manipulate Strings in bash

Here’s a comprehensive list of useful string manipulation tips for bash scripting.

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