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Duf – A Better Linux Disk Monitoring Utility

The post Duf – A Better Linux Disk Monitoring Utility first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .
duf is one of the fancy Linux disk monitoring utilities written in Golang. It is released under MIT license and It supports Linux, macOS…

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KDE’s NeoChat Matrix Client Gets New Login Page, Multimodal Mode, Message Editing

The first major update is out now, as developer Carl Schwan reports on his blog, enhancing NeoChat with more super powers, 

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5 Best Linux Distros for Beginners

Even Linus himself had to start somewhere.  Here’s how to get started in Linux.

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Telegram Desktop 2.6 Released with Disappearing Messages in Chats, Groups, and Channels

Unlike Signal and WhatsApp, Telegram didn’t offer a dedicated disappearing messages mode until now.

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Here’s How Multi-Monitor Support Will Work on GNOME 40

Multi-monitor support in GNOME 40 will work much the same as it does now, with a few adjustments for the new Activities Overview design.

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Google Funds Linux Kernel Developers to Work Exclusively on Security

Linux is more secure than most operating systems, but that doesn’t mean it can take security for granted.

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6 Resources and 3 Tips to Help You Enter the World of Linux Containers

Develop your container vocabulary and start working with this useful technology.

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How to Transfer Files Between Two Computers using nc and pv Commands

This article will explain how to transfer files between two Linux computers using nc (networking utility) and pv (pipe viewer), plus an explanation of those commands.

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Distribution Release: Kali Linux 2021.1

Kali Linux is a Debian-based distribution with a collection of security and forensics tools. The project’s first release of the year is Kali Linux 2021.1. “Today we’re pushing out the first Kali Linux release of the year with Kali Linux 2021.1. This e…

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KeenWrite: A text editor with variables

KeenWrite is a text editor that allows users to embed variables sourced from external data files.

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How to Set Up and Use SSH in Linux

SSH is an encrypted networking tool designed to allow users to log in securely to remote computers. Learn how to set up and use SSH in Linux.

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Ardour 6.6 Open-Source DAW Makes Editing Automation Much Faster and Simpler

Ardour 6.6 comes three months after Ardour 6.5 and adds two powerful new features.

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Sharing Supplemental Groups with Podman Containers

Rootless Podman containers can introduce challenges when trying to share resources. 

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Tails 4.16 Anonymous OS Released with Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, Latest Tor Technologies

Tails 4.16 Anonymous OS Released with Linux Kernel 5.10 LTS, Latest Tor Technologies

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How to Install Shopware 6 with Nginx and Let’s Encrypt on CentOS 8

Shopware is a free and open-source platform that helps you to start your own e-commerce website.

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Introducing Crowdsec: A Modernized, Collaborative, Massively Multiplayer Firewall for Linux

The solution recently turned 1.x, introducing a major architectural change: the introduction of a local REST API.

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Top 10 Travel Gadgets That You Can Carry On Every Trip You Make

If you have been stung by the wanderlust bug which has turned you into a frequent traveler, you will know that there are two kinds of travelers – one that prefers to travel light, and the other group, that stays prepared for every situation that might …

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Apt Update and Apt Upgrade Commands – What’s the difference?

The post Apt Update and Apt Upgrade Commands – What’s the difference? appeared first on LinOxide.

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If You Run a Managed IT Services Company You Need to Read This

A Managed IT Services company provides an all-around solution for businesses regarding their organizational IT needs. The entire IT infrastructure of a business from software to hardware can be handled by managed IT services professionals. They’ll take…

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Effective Remote Solutions That Will Help Manage Your Team Better

As many businesses and companies adjust to remote working, such companies must explore different solutions to help remote working difficulties. Consider the difficulty of managing and operating a company and then determining the challenges of working f…

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