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How to Launch Startup Applications With A Delay On Linux

This article explains how to delay startup applications, with 2 ways of achieving this.

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How to Install Imagemagick 7 on Debian

ImageMagick is an open-source image manipulation command-line tool. It is used to create, edit, transform, and convert .png, .jpg, .gif and other types of images. You can use it to resize and transform images, add text overlays, draw shapes, add […]

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How to Install SOGo Groupware on Debian 10

SOGo is a free, open-source and collaborative groupware server released under the GNU GPL/LGPL v2 and above. It comes with a simple and easy to use web-based interface and supports multiple native clients.

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System76 Refreshes the Galago Pro Laptop

Linux hardware maker has revamped one of their most popular laptops.

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Why eBPF is the Future of Linux and Cloud Native Networking

After years of open development, Isovalent formally launches with $29M in funding for its eBPF-powered Cilium networking service.

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How to rebuild a package using the Arch Linux Build System

The ABS or Arch Build System is a package building system native to the Arch Linux distribution

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Building A Dashcam With The Raspberry Pi Zero W

by Ramon Persaud

I’ve been playing around with the Raspberry Pi Zero W lately and having so much fun on the command line. For those uninitiated it’s a tiny Arm computer running Raspbia…

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Firefox 84 Promises to Finally Enable WebRender By Default on Linux/X11

Mozilla is already working on the next major version of the popular and open-source web browser

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who Command in Linux

who is a command-line utility that prints a list of currently logged in users.

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$6 billion Linux deal? SUSE IPO rumored

SUSE, the major European Linux company, may soon be spun out in a $6 billion IPO.

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How to Install Rocket.Chat Server with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

Rocket.Chat is a web-based chat application written in JavaScript, using the Meteor full-stack framework. It is an open-source chat collaboration platform that allows you to communicate securely in real-time across multiple devices.

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A Basic Guide to Linux Boot Process

Every time you power on your Linux PC, it goes through a series of stages before finally displaying a login screen that prompts for your username or password. There are 4 distinct stages that
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Open Invention Network Linux patent protection group turns 15

the Open Invention Network has been protecting Linux and open-source software developers and companies from open-source’s enemies and patent trolls.

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VMware’s Dirk Hohndel Talks (What Else) Open Source

Dirk Hohndel, VMWare’s chief open source officer, talked about the “symbiotic relationship” between open source and the enterprise.

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How to install Etherpad on Ubuntu 20.04

Etherpad is a web-based real-time online editor

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Auditing network services with netstat in linux

The following are two reasons why you would want to keep track of what network services are running on your system: To ensure that no legitimate network services that you don’t need are running To ensure that you don’t have any malware that’s listening for network connections from its master You can use the following […]

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Web server scanning with Nikto in Linux

Nikto is a special-purpose tool with only one purpose; that is, it’s meant to scan web servers, and only web servers. It’s easy to install, easy to use, and capable of doing a comprehensive scan of a web server fairly quickly. Nikto is built on LibWhisker2 (by RFP) and can run on any platform which […]

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How to read and correct SELinux denial messages

A look at SELinux denial messages

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Display Ping Command Output In Graph Format Using Gping

the brief history of ping network administration

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Manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks And Snaps With Bauh

There are multitude of Linux variants exists. Developing and maintaining applications for all Linux…
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