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Where Fedora fits in the new Red Hat/CentOS Stream Linux world

With CentOS Stream now “tracking ahead” of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, where exactly does that leave Fedora, Red Hat’s community Linux distro

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Ubuntu On The Raspberry PI 4

With the introduction of the Raspberry PI 400, the Raspberry PI is now a viable desktop computer.

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Manjaro ARM 20.12 Released with KDE Plasma 5.20, New App for Flashing Images

The big news in Manjaro ARM 20.12 is the introduction of a new application that makes it easier for users to flash the Manjaro ARM images on SD or eMMC cards

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How to enable end-to-end encryption while real-time co-editing in ONLYOFFICE Workspace

In ONLYOFFICE, Private Rooms are protected workplaces for encrypted collaboration where every symbol you type is encrypted using the AES-256 algorithm. In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to enable Private Rooms for encrypted real-time co-editing in ONLY…

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How to Install Reveal.js on Ubuntu 20.04 and Create a Simple Presentation

reveal.js is a free and open-source HTML framework that can be used to create fully-featured presentations through a web browser.

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8 steps to check your network interface information

In a GUI, checking the state of a network interface card is pretty easy. That is to say, you just have to click on the network information icon to see all the details. On the other hand, do you ever wonder how to check it in Linux command line? It is really simple task if you […]

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How to use Cloudformation to create an S3 bucket

There are multiple ways in which you can create an S3 bucket on AWS. Cloud formation is one of the Infrastructure as Code (IaC) ways to do this. In this article, we will explore several options available in Cloudformation to create an S3 bucket.

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CloudLinux Commits Over 1 Million Dollars to CentOS Replacement

An open source, drop-in replacement for CentOS is on its way.

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Troubleshooting “No Bootable Medium Found” Error in VirtualBox

Seeing “FATAL: Could not read from the boot medium! System Halted” or “No Bootable Medium Found” error with VirtualBox? Here’s how to fix it.

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How to Write Your Website’s Terms and Conditions

It doesn’t matter what line of work you are in, if you want to succeed in today’s competitive market, you simply must have an online presence. In other words, you must have a website where you can sell your product and communicate with your customers. …

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Organizing Your Backups: Quick and Easy Way

Have you been looking for new and more efficient ways to back up your important computer data? Maybe you have had bad experiences in the past, which resulted in you losing large amounts of important data or files? Having issues backing up your compute…

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How to Install ONLYOFFICE Docs on Debian and Ubuntu

If you use the file sync & share platform and want to expand its functionality by adding online editing features, you should definitely give a try to ONLYOFFICE Docs. ONLYOFFICE Docs allows you to
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How to Install Microsoft SQL Server on Ubuntu 20.04

Developed by Microsoft, MS SQL is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). It stores data in tables, columns, and rows.  Widely used in enterprise deployments, MSSQL is a scalable data platform used for mission-critical business and data soluti…

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DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 897

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Archman GNU/Linux 2020-11-12 “KDE”News: openSUSE and CloudLinux promote their CentOS alternatives, Tails talks about their adjusted release cycleQuestions and answers: What to do in the wake of Red Hat phasing …

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Reasons Why SEO is Crucial for Your Digital Marketing Strategy

Search engine optimization (also known as “SEO”) is a vital and well-known digital marketing tool. SEO consists of different elements, and by understanding how SEO can benefit businesses, marketers are striving to implement SEO techniques into their ov…

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Learn how to send emails using Linux in 5 minutes

If I ask you how to send an email, what would you say? You will say go to gmail or yahoo mail and send the email. But, do you know that you can send emails using your Linux command line? Yes! you heard me right. We can do this by using the mail command. In […]

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Distribution Release: Kwort Linux 4.3.5

Kwort Linux is a CRUX-based Linux distribution that uses the GTK+ toolkit and the Openbox window manager. Its most prominent feature is a package manager, called kpkg. The project’s latest version, Kwort 4.3.5, introduces updated kernel, compiler, and…

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Distribution Release: Kwort 4.3.5

Kwort is a CRUX-based Linux distribution that uses the GTK+ toolkit and the Openbox window manager. Its most prominent feature is a package manager, called kpkg. The project’s latest version, Kwort 4.3.5, introduces updated kernel, compiler, and packa…

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At 25, JavaScript Programming Language Is Still Progressing

JavaScript is still one of the most widely used programming languages. How has it been able to continue its popularity, and where will it be 25 years from now?

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Configuring a caching only DNS server on Centos 7

Introduction DNS (Domain Name Server) is considered a critical component of any enterprise IT infrastructure. DNS runs as a service on a system and a DNS server can have different roles or we could say that DNS servers can be classified into multiple categories. In this quick article we will explain how to setup a […]

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