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Getting Started with KVM Hypervisor and Virtual Machines

Here are the basics of KVM as virtualization platform on the desktop.

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“Recovering Our Lost Free Will Online: Tools and Techniques That Are Available Now” is This Weekend’s Long Read

John Goerzen: “[O]ur present moment is one of enormous consolidation of power, and yet also one of a proliferation of technologies that let us wrest back some of that power.”

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Mageia 8 Released with Linux 5.10 LTS, Better Support for NVIDIA Optimus Laptops

The distribution offers improved support for AMD and NVIDIA GPUs.

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What to Look for in a 3D Printer: A 2021 Guide

A 3D printer is a piece of equipment that can literally change your life. The printers are no longer constricted to industrial use and cost a lot less than a few years ago. Anyone who can afford it can get a 3D printer. We are only just discovering wha…

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How To Easily Boost Your Instagram Account

The numbers are out and they show you are competing with some 1.2 billion Instagrammers every month. Getting your account out there for exposure and attention might sound like a painstaking ordeal considering these statistics. Nevertheless, just becaus…

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10 Useful Websites for Learning PostgreSQL Database System

The post 10 Useful Websites for Learning PostgreSQL Database System first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .PostgreSQL (also known as Postgres ) is the world’s most popular and advanced open-source enterprise-grade object-relationa…

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How to Install XWiki on Ubuntu 20.04

The post How to Install XWiki on Ubuntu 20.04 appeared first on LinOxide.

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How to Check Memory Utilization in Linux

A developer or seasoned sysadmin can check usage from both the command line and GUI.

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Blender 2.92 Adds a Brand-New Workflow for Editing Meshes, New Physics Simulation Methods

Check out the updates to the popular open-source and cross-platform 3D computer graphics application.

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A Deep Dive into the Wayland Protocol for Linux

What’s the future look like for the new(er) Linux windowing system?

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PulseAudio vs JACK: Adventures In Linux Audio

Which is the best Linux audio option for users?

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Red Hat Introduces Free RHEL for Open-Source, Non-Profit Organizations

Red Hat is keeping its promise to open-source organizations that they’ll have access to a free version of RHEL.

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Install and Use Guacamole Remote Desktop on CentOS 8

Use this free, open-source, web-based and clientless remote desktop application.

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Change sudo Password through Command Line in CentOS 8

Here’s a step-by-step on how a root user or user with sudo privileges can make this change.

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How to Find Number of CPU Cores from Commandline

There might be several ways to find the number of cores in a Linux system. Here is a few methods that I am aware of now.

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3 Solid Self-Review Tips for Sysadmins

Get credit for all those great solutions you implemented this year.

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Distribution Release: Mageia 8

Mageia is a community fork of the now-discontinued Mandriva distribution. The Mageia distribution provides a general purpose operating system with a focus on easy to use, pre-configured desktop environments. The project’s latest release is Mageia 8 wh…

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Noti Sends to Your Desktop or Phone when a Long-Running Command Has Finished

Notify your mobile device via Telegram and Slack.

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Framework Laptop Brings Hardware Upgrade to a New Level

Founder Nirav Patel sees the Framework Laptop as more than a product — he sees it as an ecosystem.

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How to Use Arithmetic Operations in bash

Here’s how to perform integer and floating point arithmetic operations in a bash shell script.

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