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TCP Analysis with Wireshark

by Jeffrey Stewart

Transmission Control is an essential aspect of network activity and governs the behavior of many services we take for granted. When sending your emails or just brows…

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Pop!_OS 20.10 Now Supports DEB822 Format

The Linux distribution from System 76 has converted over to the friendlier apt format.

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How to Add a Simple Progress Bar in Shell Script

by Nawaz Abbasi

At times, we need to write shell scripts that are interactive and user executing them need to monitor the progress. For such requirements, we can implement a simple pro…

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8 Ways to Check CPU Clock Speed on Linux

CPU clock speed determines how fast your CPU can process instructions every second. It measures the number of cycles your CPU can execute, measured in GHz or Mhz. As it is hard to increase clock speed beyond a limit, multi-core […]
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Ubuntu 20.10 Now Supports Raspberry Pi

Ubuntu 20.10 is the first release from Canonical to support the Raspberry Pi single board computer.

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Ubuntu 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Arrives With Linux 5.8, GNOME 3.38, Raspberry Pi 4 Support

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Btrfs on CentOS: Living with Loopback

by Charles Fisher

Introduction

The btrfs filesystem has taunted the Linux community for years, offering a stunning array of features and capability, but never earning universal acclai…

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How to Secure Your Website with OpenSSL and SSL Certificates

by Tedley Meralus

The Internet has become the number one resources for news, information, events, and all things social. As most people know there are many ways to create a website of …

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Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) and Digital Signatures

by Ankur Kothiwal

If you have sent any plaintext confidential emails to someone (most likely you did), have you ever questioned yourself about the mail being tampered with or read by a…

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Hacking Free Software for Creative Writing

Some tools designed for programming can also be very helpful for writing fiction. A few to look at include personal wikis, random word generators, and version control tools.

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A New Linux Distribution has been Released

Emperor-OS is a new Linux distribution focused on programming, developing, and data science.

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Git Remote Add With Another SSH Port (Not 22)

In this brief article, you will learn to add a git remote with another SSH Port. By default, SSH server listens on port 22. If the SSH server runs on any other port, the command to add remote will fail with error ssh: connect to host 192.158.xx.xx port 22: Connection…

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Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla Beta Available

The beta version for Ubuntu’s latest release is now available for testing.

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Install And Remove Software In Manjaro

Linux distributions have come a long way since its inception. There was a time when it used to be difficult for new users to perform simple tasks such as installing an application on Linux. The desktop environments are much easier to understand than before. One of the best parts of…

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Install LAMP On Manjaro

LAMP stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP or Perl or Python. If you are using Manjaro, you can easily install LAMP on Manjaro.

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Old Friends and Future Programmers

To build the future of FOSS, we need to focus on communicating its value – especially to young people.

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The sys admin’s daily grind: pwquality

Regular password changes are a thing of the past: Strong passwords for each individual service provide more protection. Charly pimped his Ubuntu accordingly with a suitable PAM module.

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Graphing the pandemic with open data

Lots of COVID-19 data is available through online REST APIs. With a little ingenuity and some open source tools, you can extract and analyze the data yourself.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2020-09-30 01:02:28

In the news: Lenovo now offering Fedora Linux as an option; System76 launches new high-end kaptop; Mozilla lays off staff, receives more cash; VirtualBox now supports Linux Kernel 5.8; three major threats to Linux discovered; and Linux K…

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A web-based server management tool

Ease the process of managing Linux installations remotely with the web-based Ajenti control panel.

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