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Run statistics on typed shell commands

In the history log, the Bash shell records all commands typed by the user. Mike Schilli extracts this data with Go for a statistical analysis of his typing behavior.

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Optimize SVG files for websites

Inkscape creates W3C-compliant SVG files, but they are usually larger than they need to be for the web. We’ll show you how to optimize SVG files for faster load times.

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

This month in Kernel News: Debugging Production Systems; Patch Submission Guidelines; New Filesystem for SSD and Flash Drives; and Unlocking Memory Access.

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A tool for distro hoppers

With Ventoy you can conveniently put multiple bootable ISO images on a single USB drive.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-12-23 00:44:55

For admins like Charly, who try to avoid typing at all costs, the shell offers an excellent opportunity to avoid wear on your fingertips in the form of built-in history.

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Search Daylight

The big search engines have way too much power over the business world. It almost doesn’t matter what your business is. Almost every industry has some kind of online presence – either to sell directly or to provide information to users in need of addre…

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An ASCII puzzle for an escape room challenge

A digital puzzle presents a challenge for young people in an escape room.

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State of the distros

Bruce takes a look at DistroWatch data for a glimpse into the current state of Linux distributions.

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Working with Git branches

Git makes version control as simple as possible. To manage your Git branches successfully, you need to learn the ins and outs of git branch and git merge.

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Understanding the Advantages of Online Recruitment

The internet has managed to make our lives easier in a myriad of ways. We would’ve never survived the most recent pandemic without it, for starters. Switching to remote work made it possible for us to keep our jobs and maintain business processes norma…

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Qualities of a Successful Marketing Strategy

Every business needs to successfully market its products or services for it to be successful. There are many ways to measure the success of a marketing strategy but the profitability of your business is the ultimate yardstick for success. When you eva…

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Why Red Hat dumped CentOS for CentOS Stream

No, it wasn’t IBM calling the shots. This decision was made inside Red Hat for business reasons and it had been a long time coming.

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How to install VLC Media Player 3 on CentOS 8

 In this article, we will learn how to install VLC on CentOS 8 Linux.

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How to manage your Linux command history

Taking the mystery out of your Bash history.

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Manage Systemd Services Using systemctl [With Examples]

All the major Linux distributions use systemd init system today for managing and controlling various services while the system is running.

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Mtr : Stop using ping and traceroute anymore

In today’s guide, we are going to look at the mtr command and see what it can tells us about network connections.  Mtr is a simple linux command line tool that you can use for network diagnostic and troubleshooting in linux. It comes with the options of both ping and traceroute commands. Just like a […]

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Linux Candy: chucknorris – Chuck Norris jokes in your terminal

How about some funny jokes? Then let’s check out chucknorris, a Python script that tells you hilarious Chuck Norris jokes.

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Benefits of Writing for your mental health

Self-expression is liberating. Whether you experience it while walking, art, music, or words, you will feel it. You can use it to challenge stress and face stressful situations. Self-expression also promotes acceptance of one’s self, and it empowers bo…

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Bind DNS server setup on Centos 7

Introduction In one of our earlier articles we demonstrated how to configure a caching only DNS server. In this article we will be explaining the step by step process of configuring a DNS server using bind. Along with the DNS server configuration we will also be explaining some DNS related terms like domains, TLDs and […]

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Kitty – A Powerful GPU Based Terminal Emulator

Written in Python and Objective C, Kitty is a cross-platform and feature-rich GPU based terminal emulator developed under the GPL 3.0 license. It supports graphics, images, Unicode, true-color, mouse protocol, hyperlinks, multiple copy/paste buffers, e…

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