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Linux 5.11 rc1

Linus Torvalds: Two weeks have passed, Christmas is over, and so is the merge window.

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Things To Do After Installing Kali Linux

Today we are resuming our “Hacking with Kali Linux” series. So far we have covered the content of the series and how to install Kali Linux. There are various ways we can install & use Kali Linux and we have included them all in the last article. Once Kali Linux…

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a VPN Service

The internet, and all of its derivatives (aka, apps) are helping make life incredibly easy and a lot more entertaining. There are plenty of ways to scroll, browse, click, and do, on the world wide web, but not all of it is safe so you need to protec…

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How to Install Wine on Linux Mint and Run Windows Apps

A major concern with Windows users making a transition to Linux is whether their applications and games will run as expected. As you well know, Linux and Windows are two very distinct operating systems with different files, libraries, and software [……

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SSH Command explained in 5 simple steps

Secure Shell (SSH) is a network protocol that is used to create a secure encrypted connection between 2 computer systems. Once the connection has been established, the user can do the following tasks on the remote system Execute commands on the server X11 tunneling Port forwarding, and more There are mainly 2 parties involved when […]

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Git branches continued

Introduction In our previous article, we introduced you to the concept of branches in git. We explained what are branches and demonstrated how we could create a branch, switch to a different branch and delete a branch. In this article we will demonstrate how we use branches to prototype our work while keeping a functioning […]

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Git branches explained

Introduction Thus far we’ve explored different features of the GIT version control system like viewing a log of the git commit history, viewing differences between staged and committed versions of files. We also explained the concept of HEAD and explored how we could use the git checkout command to revert to previous versions of files […]

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Distribution Release: Parted Magic 2020_12_25

Parted Magic is a small live CD/USB/PXE with its elemental purpose being to partition hard drives. Although GParted and Parted are the main programs, the CD/USB also offers other applications, such as Partition Image, TestDisk, fdisk, sfdisk, dd, and …

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Distribution Release: 4MLinux 35.0

Zbigniew Konojacki has announced the release of 4MLinux 35.0, a quarterly update of the project’s minimalist desktop and server distribution featuring “four Ms”: maintenance (as a system rescue live CD), multimedia (for playing video DVDs and other mu…

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Xfce 4.16 Desktop Environment Officially Released, This Is What???s New

The Xfce 4.16 desktop environment has been officially released today as a major update that brings numerous new features and improvements over the previous release, Xfce 4.14.

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Kdenlive 20.12 Is Here With Exciting New Features And Major Changes

Kdenlive team has announced the release of the latest version 20.12

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Xfce 4.16 Released. This is What’s New

The lightweight desktop environment Xfce releases its latest installment Xfce 4.16 with many exciting features.

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Rancher Acquisition May Make SUSE a Kubernetes and Hybrid Cloud Powerhouse

After years of struggling to catch up, the German open source software firm buys what might be the ticket to finally turning around.

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Netstat : Master it with these 6 steps

Netstat is a command line utility that can be used to list out all the network connections on a system. It lists out all the tcp, udp socket connections and the unix socket connections. Netstat also displays various network related information such as network connections, routing tables, interface statistics, masquerade connections, multicast memberships etc. In this […]

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npm package manager – install and use on Centos 7

Introduction Node.js is a Javascript platform for server-side programming that allows users to build network applications quickly. JavaScript is a client-side programming language, which means it’s processed within the user’s browser. With the advent of Node.js, JavaScript can also be used as a server-side language. By leveraging Javascript on both the front-end and the back-end, […]

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Understanding namespaces and cgroups in Linux

Introduction Namespaces and cgroups are the building blocks on which the foundation of containers has been laid. In this post, we will explore what are namespaces and cgroups along with brief descriptions of their various types.   What is a namespace? You may consider a namespace as a global system wrapper. It means it takes […]

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GNOME 40 is Looking to Bring Plenty of UX Changes And That’s a Good Thing]

Everything is going horizontal in the new UX changes proposed in the upcoming GNOME 40 release.

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Mtr : Stop using ping and traceroute anymore

Mtr is a simple linux command line tool that you can use for network diagnostic and troubleshooting in linux.

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IPFire Linux Firewall Distro Now Supports WPA3 to Make Wi-Fi Safe Again

The biggest change in the IPFire 2.25 Core Update 153 release is the implementation of support for the WPA3 security standard for Wi-Fi networks

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How to Install Microsoft Teams on Linux

As another video conferencing option, Microsoft Teams is available for Linux, too. Here’s how you can install Microsoft Teams on Linux.

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