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One step closer to one device, Linux utopia with Shells

Startup turns devices you probably already own – from smartphones and tablets to smart TVs and game consoles – into full-fledged computers. Shells (shells.com), a new entrant in the virtual machine and cloud computing space, is excited to launch their…

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Top 8 UX/UI Design Media Outlets

Where to find inspiration and learn about the latest trends in UX/UI design? Specialized online media are there to help you out. If you are a UX/UI designer and do not follow any specialized media of the web, reconsider this choice now. One of the sign…

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KDE Plasma 5.20.5 Released as the Last in the Series, Update Now

KDE Plasma 5.20.5 is here a month after KDE Plasma 5.20.4 and includes only a few changes to address some of the remaining bugs and annoyances that users reported lately.

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Guess Who Contributed the Most to Linux Kernel 5.10 Development? It’s Huawei (and Intel)

Huawei and Intel seem to be leading the code contribution ranking for Linux Kernel 5.10 development. Here’s more about that.

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Managing KVM Virtual Machines with Cockpit Web Console in Linux

Cockpit is a free and open-source front-end tool that provides administrative access to Linux systems.

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An Introduction to Linux Gaming thanks to ProtonDB

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Video Games On Linux? 

In this article, the newest compatibility feature for gaming will be introduced and explained for all you dedicated video game fanatics. 

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Project Lenix – the CentOS replacement: Interview with Founder Igor Seletskiy

CloudLinux announced a 1:1 binary compatible, community-driven fork of RHEL called Project Lenix.

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2020 in Review

Among other noteworthy trends in 2020, producing free and secure video conferencing software has become a higher priority in the past year.

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tuptime – Shows Historical and Statistical Running Time of Linux Systems

It is always a good idea to keep track of system uptime in order to optimize the use of system resources.

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Getting started with GIT on Linux

Git is a distributed version control system. It is used for tracking changes in any files. It was designed for coordinating work among programmers operating on source code during the software development process. In this article, I will show you the co…

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Ansible playbook to replace multiple lines in a file

Introduction Commands like sed and awk allow us to harness the power of regular expressions to search for text-based patterns in files and manipulate the matched text as per our requirement. The thing about regular expressions is that they are confusing. To the new Linux user, regular expressions may as well be another language. Although […]

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How to Install Apache Kafka in CentOS/RHEL 7

Apache Kafka is a powerful messaging engine, which is widely used in BigData projects and the Data Analytics life cycle. It is an Open-source platform to build real-time data streaming pipelines. It is a
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ExTiX 21.1 Released based on latest Deepin Desktop [Review]

The ExTiX team announced the release of the latest version

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QuiteRSS: A Free Open-Source RSS Reader for Linux Desktop

A lightweight open-source RSS reader for desktop Linux with all the essential features like offline reading, labels etc.

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Slackware-Based Puppy Linux 7.0 Adds UEFI Boot Support, Many Improvements

Designed to boot on any x86 computer, the Slackware-based Puppy Linux 7.0 distribution is here

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Linux at Home: Digital Art with Linux

Now is a great time to take up a new hobby. How about digital art?

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How To Migrate Virtualbox VMs Into KVM VMs In Linux

Are you considering making a switch from VirtualBox to KVM hypervisor?

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How to Install KDE Desktop on Ubuntu 20.04

KDE is one of the oldest and largest Linux community which produce applications that are stable and visually attractive. The community develops free open source desktop and mobile application. One of the popular Linux desktop environment by the communi…

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Managing KVM Virtual Machines with Cockpit Web Console in Linux

Cockpit is a free and open-source front-end tool that provides administrative access to Linux systems. It allows system administrators to monitor, manage, and troubleshoot Linux servers. It provides an intuitive web interface that easy
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Debian-based deepin Linux 20.1 is here and you should switch from Windows 10 now!

Well, folks, 2020 is almost in the books, and once again, it was not the fabled year of Linux on the desktop.

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