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How to Prepare for a Cyber Attack

Cyber threats are ever-present in this digital age, and one wrong move could compromise all your data. In 2019, 15% of small businesses reported cyber incidents. This year that statistic has increased with 28% of all data breaches involving small busin…

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Become Your Web Designer, It’s Easier Than You Think

If you’re not a nerdy type and you don’t really understand all the science behind computers, you might be repelled by any career that’s connected to this business field. Most people think you need to have extraordinary mathematical skills to be success…

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8 steps to check your network interface information

do you ever wonder how to check it in Linux command line? It is really simple task if you use mii-tool command.

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How to create an inventory configuration in S3

In this article, we will create an inventory configuration to store object metadata in CSV format. We can store reports in the same bucket as the source bucket, but we will use a different bucket to store this than the bucket for which we will be creat…

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Netcat : The swiss Army knife You must have

Netcat (also known as ‘nc’) is a networking tool used for reading or writing from TCP and UDP sockets using an easy interface. It is designed as a dependable ‘back-end’ device that can be used directly or easily driven by other programs and scripts. Therefore, this tool is a treat to network administrators, programmers, and […]

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Font Manager: A Simple Open-Source App for GTK+ Desktop

A dead simple open-source font manager app that lets you focus on tweaking the fonts on your Linux system. Take a look at it here.

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How to Install Ansible on Ubuntu

Ansible is an open-source tool that allows you to provision, configure, manage, and deploy applications. It helps to run infrastructure as a code, basically an automation tool. Ansible runs on Linux, Unix-like, and Windows systems. It is a free tool [….

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A twin-panel file manager based on Python 3/GTK3

Following in the footsteps of Norton Commander and its clones, the Sunflower twin-panel file manager takes a giant leap forward with a switch to Python 3 and GTK3.

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Reading and writing metadata from multimedia files

ExifTool lets you modify and analyze metadata in multimedia files from the command line, but its comprehensive feature set results in a lengthy learning curve. Luckily, jExiftoolGUI offers an intuitive interface that makes using ExifTool easier, even f…

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-12-23 00:46:07

In the news: Patreon Project Looks to Bring Linux to Apple Silicon; A New Chrome OS-Like Ubuntu Remix Is Now Available; System76 Refreshes the Galago Pro Laptop; Linux Kernel 5.10 Is Almost Ready for Release; Canonical Launches Curated Container Images…

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Sparkling gems and new releases from the world of Free and Open Source Software

This month Graham looks at Kushview Element, Artisan, NetSurf, SimulIDE, Oh My Zsh, and more!

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Visual Studio Code for programming a Raspberry Pi

Professional and casual Python developers save time and keystrokes in a Visual Studio Code development environment for remote coding of a Raspberry Pi.

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Fluid Dynamics

A recent rocket launch has maddog thinking about high performance computing and accurate weather forecasts.

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Add Variety to your desktop

Don’t let your desktop look boring. With the Variety wallpaper manager, you can easily set up a rotating selection of background images and other customized options.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-12-23 00:45:38

Linux Mint 20 and Kali Linux 2020.4

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-12-23 00:45:37

This month in Linux Voice.

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Developing Tiny Core Linux extensions

Tiny Core Linux does not boast a big repository. Sooner or later, you’ll need to create your own extensions to get the most out of Tiny Core. This article shows you how.

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Exploring Linux’s new iNet wireless daemon

Intel’s iNet wireless daemon offers virtually all of the features found in the obsolete WPA Supplicant, and it is smaller by a factor of 10.

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Decoding videos in Firefox with VA-API

Today’s graphics cards not only specialize in quickly drawing graphics on the screen, but they can also speed up video playback, reducing the CPU’s load. While Firefox supports this optimization, you must manually enable hardware acceleration to quickl…

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System resource monitoring with bpytop

Linux users have many options for monitoring system resources, but bpytop, a new Python port of bashtop, more than stands out from the crowd.

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