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5 Ways to Take Screenshots on Arch Linux

In this article, I will show you how to take a screenshot in Arch Linux. By default Arch installation (GUI) comes with a screenshot utility. But there are other efficient and simple third-party utilities to take a screenshot on Arch […]
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How to Try Linux Without a Classical Installation

by Antonio Riso

For many different reasons, you may not be able to install Linux on your computer.

Maybe you are not familiar with words like partitioning and bootloader, maybe you sh…

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Advanced Copy – Add Progress Bar To cp And mv Commands In Linux

The GNU cp and GNU mv tools are used to copy and move files and directories in GNU/Linux…
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How to Create EC2 Duplicate Instance with Ansible

by Tomasz Szandała

Many companies like mine use AWS infrastructure as a service (IaaS) heavily. Sometimes we want to perform a potentially risky operation on an EC2 instance. As long a…

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-10-28 11:06:58

In the news: New Emperor-OS Linux Distro Released; Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla Beta Available; Lenovo Offering anUbuntu 20.04 Option; Linux deepin 20 Released; and Zorin OS 15.3 Now Available.

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A user-friendly Arch Linux derivative

RebornOS offers an innovative alternative to Arch Linux that will appeal to Linux newcomers.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-10-28 11:06:51

Graham checks out Sigil, Dragonfly Reverb, LabPlot 2.8, Node-RED, batufo, rg3d, and much more.

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Tips for securing your SSH server

An SSH server facing the Internet will almost certainly be under attack, but a few proactive steps will help to keep the intruders away.

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A personal wiki for the command line

Vimwiki, a Vim add-on, offers a simple and effective command-line wiki with a choice of markup languages.

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The Glitter

This month, the Wisconsin state government declined to pay the refundable tax subsidies to Foxconn, the Taiwanese conglomerate that arrived in Wisconsin in 2017 with the promise of a plant that would make LCD TVs and monitors and employ 13,000 people.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-10-28 11:06:32

KDE neon 5.20.0 and elementary OS 5.2

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Essential software tools for the working scientist

Linux and science are a natural fit. These are a handful of essential software packages both for getting work done and presenting it to others.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-10-28 11:06:22

This month in Linux Voice.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-10-28 11:06:21

Shared hosting is the best way for first-time webmasters to get started. But what do you do about backup?

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Cloning multiple computers with Clonezilla SE

Managing a network of computers can be an involved process. Clonezilla SE lets you image and roll out multiple machines with ease.

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Simple steps for securing your Linux system

A good reputation does not protect your Linux systems from attack. We’ll show you some tips for detecting and warding off intruders.

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Quick and easy with PySimpleGUI

Use the same code for your Python GUI and web apps.

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Kernel News

This month in Kernel News: Shared Processes with Hyper-Threading; Cleaning Up printk(); and Rust in the Kernel.

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Christmas fun for makers

Make your own Christmas music box with a microcontroller, servomotor, NeoPixel LED ring, and mini-MP3 player.

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Teaching Three Times

Free and open source solutions have huge potential for use in high school and college education. So why aren’t schools using more of them?

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