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How to Run a Command Periodically in Linux using Watch

Unlike chron which outputs to a log file, watch displays real-time output.

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Essential Pacman Commands for Arch Linux

See some examples of how to use Arch Linux’s official package manager. 

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WordPress Menu

Welcome back to WordPress 101 series. The series is dedicated to teaching WordPress CMS to WordPress beginners. If you have any questions, let me know in the comment section below. In this article, we are going to learn to structure menu(s) in a WordPress site. Menu(s) is an important part…

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How to setup a Kubernetes Cluster on AWS using Kops

Kops is used to bringing up the Kubernetes cluster in the easiest possible way. It is a command-line tool used to create Kubernetes Clusters. In this article, we will see the steps to create a Kubernetes cluster with 1 master and 1 worker node on AWS.

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How to Split Vim Screen Horizontally and Vertically in Linux

Vim text editor, short for Vi IMproved, is one of the most powerful and popular Linux text editors that enjoys immense patronage from the open-source community. It is an improvement of the vi editor
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How to Connect Your Linux Laptop to an External Monitor

Here’s a reliable fix for HDMI’s No Signal issue.

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How to Add User to Sudoers or Sudo Group on Arch Linux

The post How to Add User to Sudoers or Sudo Group on Arch Linux appeared first on LinOxide.

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Find When A Specific Linux Kernel Version Was Last Booted

How to list all installed kernels and when they were last used.

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How To Login With A USB Flash Drive Instead Of A Password

The newest fork of pam_usb is the key.

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Use Red Hat Insights to Maintain Your Linux Systems

Proactively address errors, configuration issues, and more.

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How to Install Moodle on Ubuntu 20.04

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

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How to Add and Remove Users in CentOS 8

Easily add users from shell and desktop.

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How to Resize Images Using Python

Use the Pillow library to resize images from within Python.

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Innovative and Efficient Ways That Will Help You Manage Your Documents Better

A large part of an organization’s overall performance and its employees’ productivity relies on how the business documents are managed and organized. An innovative and practical document management system can enhance the organization’s efficiency, and…

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Great Things About Selling SIP Trunks

As one of the most prosperous components in the rapidly expanding telecommunications world, SIP trunking has become a highly requested feature in many businesses. Especially in the middle of a pandemic, when companies are scrambling to work and support…

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Easily Transform Text With Boop-GTK

The scriptable scratchpad is a powerful tool for developers.

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Xfce App Updates for January 2021 Bring Improvements to Mousepad, Thunar, and More

The popular desktop environment received a much-improved window manager, beefed-up text editor, and more.

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How to Install Vagrant and use it with VirtualBox on Ubuntu 20.04

Vagrant is a command-line tool for building and managing virtual machines, it support different virtualization engines like VirtualBox, KVM, Docker and VMWare. In this article, I will show you how to install Vagrant on an Ubuntu 20.04 machine and use V…

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WordPress Plugins

Welcome back to WordPress 101 series. In this 4th part of the series, we’ll learn about WordPress plugins, the biggest reason behind WordPress’s massive usage on the Internet. From creating a simple blog to launching an e-commerce store, WordPress does it all very well. It solves some of the most…

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Top 7 Apps to Install for Your Nextcloud Instance

When it comes to open-source cloud storage software for Linux, there is a huge number of available options. ownCloud, Seafile, and Pydio are just a few of them. However, if you pay a lot
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