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Orchis Is A Cool GTK and GNOME Theme With Rounded Elements

This is a material design GNOME/GTK theme which is originally based on Materia.

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How to Install Kanboard Project Management Software on CentOS 8

Kanboard is an open-source project management software that helps you to manage your projects and visualize your workflow. It uses Kanban methodology and is specially designed for small teams that focus on minimalism and simplicity.

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eBook: Introducing KVM Virtualization Setup Guide for Linux

The concept of virtualization has been around for a while now and has proved quite resourceful and cost-effective technologies. Operation teams and desktop users alike can spin up multiple virtual machines and run a
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10 Top Open Source API Gateways and Management Tools

Microservices and APIs (short for Application Programming Interfaces) have become almost commonplace in sustainable modern application development. APIs drive microservices (an architectural design that structures an application into small, self-contai…

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GeoIP for nftables Brings Simplicity, Flexibility to GeoIP Filtering

GeoIP filtering can add a valuable layer of security to your firewall.

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How to Split Vim Screen Horizontally and Vertically in Linux

When working in Vim, extra workspace can be valuable. Here’s how to get it.

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How to Check CPU is 64/32 Bit in Linux System

The post How to Check CPU is 64/32 Bit in Linux System appeared first on LinOxide.

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Becoming a Linux System Administrator

 How I moved from construction sales to a sysadmin for an international company.

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7 Things Every Gaming Room Needs

Having the perfect gaming setup is a matter of pride for every gamer. The experience and fun of playing games in a room dedicated to gaming are incomparable. If you’re a gamer, you must know how to easily transform your bedroom into a mind-blowing gam…

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Control Chromecast Devices From a Linux Desktop

The tool can also be used to open media and play YouTube videos on your Chromecast-connected devices from the command line.

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RescueTime is Automatic Time-Tracking Software for Linux

RescueTime tracks how much time you spend on various tasks by monitoring processes across your system.

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Update Now – Canonical Patches Kernel Security Vulnerability in Ubuntu 20.10 and 20.04 LTS

This security issue affects all Ubuntu 20.10 and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS systems running the Linux 5.8 kernel on all supported architectures.

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How to Add Fingerprint Login in Ubuntu and Other Linux Distributions

Windows and MacOS have supported fingerprint logins for some time. Now it’s Linux’s turn.

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Install and Configure PHP OPcache on Ubuntu 20.04

Opcache is a powerful PHP extension used to increase PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory. In this tutorial, we will show you how to install and enable the Opcache PHP extension with Apache and Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04.

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How to create a subscription between an SQS queue and SNS topic on AWS

The idea behind subscribing to SQS in SNS is to send messages from SNS to SQS. One can send both raw messages and any other message attributes included in the SNS message.

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Network Adaptive Streaming with Hwangsaeul

H8L detects potential surveillance video connectivity issues and attempts to rectify them.

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How to Install VMware Workstation 16 Pro on Linux Systems

This tutorial will show you how to install VMware Workstation 16 Pro on RHEL/CentOS, Fedora, Debian, Ubuntu, and Linux Mint. VMware Workstation 16 Pro is popular software that allows you to run multiple different
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Get Started With Git on Linux

Use this in-depth tutorial to master this Linux essential.

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How to Check Your Server Load in Linux

Quickly check server loads to ensure you don’t run into memory problems.

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Debian GNU/Linux 10.8 “Buster” Released with 45 Security Updates

The new ISO includes the recently released Linux kernel security update that addresses no fewer than 11 vulnerabilities.

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