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How to use Bash file test operators in Linux

File Test Operators are used in Linux to check and verify attributes of files like ownership or if they are a symlink. In this article, you will learn to test files using the if statement followed by some important test operators in Linux.

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Manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks And Snaps With Bauh

Bauh is an opensource, graphical application to manage AppImages, AUR, Flatpaks, Snaps and native web applications in Linux.

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How to Solve “Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)” In Ubuntu

It’s not uncommon to run into an issue of broken packages in Ubuntu and other Debian-based distributions. Sometimes, when you upgrade the system or install a software package, you may encounter the ‘Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg
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Linux 5.10 rc5

Linus Torvalds: Hmm. The 5.10 release candidates stubbornly keeps staying fairly big

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Install Deepin Desktop Environment on Ubuntu [Simple Steps]

Developed and maintained by the Wuhan Deepin technology,  Deepin Desktop Environment (DDE) is a stylish, visually appealing desktop environment that gives your system a splash of color and sophistication. While we have Deepin Linux which is based on Ub…

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Encrypting directories with eCryptfs in linux

eCryptfs is a POSIX-compliant enterprise-class stacked cryptographic filesystem for Linux. It is derived from Erez Zadok’s Cryptfs, implemented through the FiST framework for generating stacked filesystems. eCryptfs extends Cryptfs to provide advanced key management and policy features. eCryptfs is already included in the official Ubuntu repositories and encrypting directories is a simple matter of mounting […]

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Stars and Stripes: NASA and Linux

How is NASA embracing Linux and open source?

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Encrypting files in linux

You may work for a super-secret government agency, or you may be just a regular citizen. Either way, you still have sensitive data in your linux system that you need to protect from prying eyes. For that, we can use GNU Privacy Guard to encrypt or cryptographically sign files or messages in our linux machine. […]

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Create Snapshot backups using Timeshift in linux

Timeshift is a linux application that we can use to create snapshots in our linux system,. If something bad happens to our linux system (For an example, all the system files and settings are deleted after cyber attack) we can use the snapshot that we create using timeshift to restore the system back and undo […]

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Rust-Based Servo Web Engine Moves to Linux Foundation

The open source Rust programming language has been gaining traction the last several years as a faster way to build safe and highly performant application code.

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Kali Linux 2020.4 Ethical Hacking Distro Is Out Now with ZSH as Default Shell, Linux 5.9

After it’s been installed as a preview in Kali Linux 2020.3, ZSH (Z Shell) is now the new default shell in Kali Linux 2020.4.

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How to interpret captured Wireshark information

Learn to capture and interpret network information with Wireshark.

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How to Secure Your Business from Digital Threats

Digital threats are now a common thing due to changes in technology and available hacking tools and software. Most businesses are in constant threats from malicious software, hacks, and cybercriminals, who are doing everything to steal data, divert fun…

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Fedora 34 to Introduce KDE Plasma Spin for 64-bit ARM

The Fedora Engineering and Steering Committee approved the recent proposal to provide a Fedora 34 KDE Plasma Spin for 64-bit ARM architecture.

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How to Launch Startup Applications With A Delay On Linux

This article explains how to delay startup applications, with 2 ways of achieving this.

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How to Install Imagemagick 7 on Debian

ImageMagick is an open-source image manipulation command-line tool. It is used to create, edit, transform, and convert .png, .jpg, .gif and other types of images. You can use it to resize and transform images, add text overlays, draw shapes, add […]

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How to Install SOGo Groupware on Debian 10

SOGo is a free, open-source and collaborative groupware server released under the GNU GPL/LGPL v2 and above. It comes with a simple and easy to use web-based interface and supports multiple native clients.

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What Having a Reliable Cloud Provider Means for Your Business

Cloud services propose a different approach to data and files, one that is tailored around the idea of remote working. And, as more people find interest in this way of living and working, cloud servers are slowly turning into the kind of technology eve…

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System76 Refreshes the Galago Pro Laptop

Linux hardware maker has revamped one of their most popular laptops.

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Why eBPF is the Future of Linux and Cloud Native Networking

After years of open development, Isovalent formally launches with $29M in funding for its eBPF-powered Cilium networking service.

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