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Choosing the best alternative with topsis-python

Complex decisions require the evaluation of multiple criteria. This article shows how to support such decisions with Linux, Python, and the TOPSIS Multi-Criteria Decision Model.

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Home-built shooting game with Nerf targets and a Raspberry Pi

A cool Nerf gun game for a neighborhood party provides a lesson in Python coding with multiple processors.

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Stock Watcher

Portfolio Performance helps you manage and analyze your investment portfolio.

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A command-line Twitter client

If you prefer to work from the command line, Rainbow Stream offers a quick and flexible Twitter client.

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Going from a sketch to a printed object

How do you get from an idea to a finished printed object? We’ll take you through the steps with a glamorous example: a pair of 3D-printed earrings.

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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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Keep Squawking

Today I’m remembering an episode that happened a few years ago. We are still a proud print publishing company, but, like most publishers, we deliver some of our copies in electronic form through content platforms available for personal computers and mo…

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Secure online communication with MOFO Linux

Controls, surveillance, and censorship are increasing rapidly on the Internet. MOFO Linux lets you anonymize your communication on the web with an easy-to-use live system.

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Problems with Restrictions

Recent discussions of introducing moral restrictions into free and open source software licensing have maddog remembering all the reasons early developers decided not to go down that road.

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Bloomberg Embraces TypeScript Language to Improve JavaScript Code

The TypeScript open source project can help make JavaScript code more robust, which is why Bloomberg has embraced it across millions of lines of code.

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How to Go Full Dark Mode With LibreOffice

Want to use LibreOffice in complete dark mode? Here’s what you need to do for that in Linux.

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How to Deploy a Clojure Web Application with Nginx on Ubuntu 20.04

Clojure is a modern, dynamic and powerful programming language on the Java platform. In this tutorial, we will explain how to deploy a Clojure Web Application on Ubuntu 20.04.

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How to use bash if -z and if -n for testing strings in Linux

There are different string operators available in bash scripting language which can be used to test strings. In this guide, we will test these string operators using the if statement in Centos 8.

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How to create and use a CodeCommit GIT Repository on AWS

CodeCommit hosts Git-based repositories and is a fully managed service by AWS. Teams can use it to collaborate on code in a secure and highly scalable way. It helps us to eliminate the need of having our own self-hosted Source Code Management (SCM) sys…

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Enable Timestamp For History Command In Zsh In Linux

This brief guide explains how to enable timestamp for history command in Zsh shell in Linux operating system.

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How to manage passwords in Linux

In our previous guide, we have discussed on how to secure our passwords in Linux. In this tutorial, we will see how to manage passwords in our Linux system. /etc/login.defs The /etc/login.defs file contains some default settings for user passwords like password aging and length settings. (You will also find the numerical limits of user […]

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3 ways to create and secure passwords in linux

In this guide, Three methods for setting passwords are explained; Using the passwd command Using openssl Using the crypt function in a C program passwd Passwords of users can be set with the passwd command. Users will have to provide their old password before twice entering the new one. As you can see, the passwd […]

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Connect to WiFi Using Terminal in Arch Linux and Other Distros

This quick guide explains the steps you need to set up and connect to WiFi using terminal in Arch Linux and other distros.

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How to Install Go in Ubuntu 20.04

Go is a popular programming language created by Google. The first release was on November 10, 2009, and version 1.0 was released in 2012. It is a pretty new language compared to languages like
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BSD Release: GhostBSD 20.11.28

Eric Turgeon has announced the release of GhostBSD, the latest stable build of the project’s desktop operating system based on the development branch of FreeBSD and featuring the MATE desktop: “I am happy to announce the availability of GhostBSD 20.11…

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