| by Scott Kilroy

Manjaro Linux

Standing on the shoulders of Arch Linux, Manjaro offers simplicity and stability.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Search more efficiently with ugrep

Searching for text in files or data streams is a common and important function. Ugrep tackles this task quickly, efficiently, and even interactively if needed.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:18

Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Small Business Software

An affordable open source POS/ERP system has many potential benefits for small businesses.

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Build a minimal Raspberry Pi OS from source

The detLFS project provides an ideal foundation for compiling Linux from source code, either to experience the fundamentals of how Linux works or to prepare an operating system for a project with very specific requirements.

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| by Scott Kilroy

The sys admin’s daily grind: gping and Nextinspace

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, Charly has time to devote to gadgets like graphical ping tools, flashing space stations, and space walks.

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| by Scott Kilroy

A programmable scratchpad

Boop, a digital scratchpad, lets you convert data from your desktop instead of exposing confidential data online. You can even extend Boop with your own functions using JavaScript.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Home automation with a Raspberry Pi

Control devices from different manufacturers of home automation devices from a single interface by combining free software and a Raspberry Pi.

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Installing Xubuntu on a Dell notebook

Combining a Dell notebook with Xubuntu and an M.2 SSD makes for a reasonably priced, high-performance system for all your 3D printing projects.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Creating and solving mazes with Go

Mazes fascinated even the ancient Greeks. Mike Schilli uses his Go programming skills to create a maze and then efficiently travel through it.

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An efficient command-line email client

Mutt, a command-line email client, can do anything a desktop client can with less overhead and a smaller attack surface. Here’s how to get started.

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Getting started with the ELK Stack monitoring solution

ELK Stack is a powerful monitoring system known for efficient log management and versatile visualization. This hands-on workshop will help you take your first steps with setting up your own ELK Stack monitoring solution.

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News Fix

Once upon a time, everybody linked to everybody on the web, and that was OK, because every business that depended on the web for revenue could go and sell advertising.

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How to Install CHEF Workstation in RHEL and CentOS 8/7

The post How to Install CHEF Workstation in RHEL and CentOS 8/7 first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .Chef is one of the popular configuration management tools, which is used to rapidly automate deployment, configurations, and ma…

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Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective

Hint: “Linux is and has always been the best tool for my workflow.” 
Linux vs. Windows: A Casual, Realistic Perspective

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Linux Sponge – Soaking Up Input and Writing It to a File

Learn about this interesting tool with this short tutorial.

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Tips for Using the screen Command

A quick introduction to using the screen command so that a disconnected remote session does not end up killing a process accidentally.

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Patches for Multiple New GRUB2 Security Flaws Start Rolling Out to Linux Distros, Update Now

Users are urged to update their Debian Buster installations to GRUB2 2.02+dfsg1-20+deb10u4. 
 

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| by Scott Kilroy

LibreOffice 7.1 Office Suite Gets First Point Release, Fixes for over 90 Bugs

 “Community” edition makes needed updates to the bleeding edge version.

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| by Scott Kilroy

Ten fdisk Commands to Manage Linux Disk Partitions

Quickly view, create, resize, delete, change, copy and move partitions on a hard drive.

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