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Using top: 16 Command Examples in Linux

In our previous articles, we have covered the basics of ls and cat. In this article, we explore the top command which is one of the most frequently used commands in our daily system administrative jobs.
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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Try Different Desktops – Part 16

Today in our series that offers a gentle introduction to Linux for newcomers. We explore different desktop environments you can try without installing a different flavour of Ubuntu. There’s KDE, XFCE, MATE, and Budgie.
 
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Top 5 Linux Themes for Mate Desktop Environment

Recently Mate 1.26 was released and most of the users curious about tweaks have changed their Mate desktop environment’s look with some beautiful themes. In this post, we are going to cover five top Linux themes for Mate Desktop Environment.
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How To Upgrade To Debian 11 Bullseye From Debian 10 Buster

Debian 11 bullseye is released! Here is how to upgrade to Debian “bullseye: from Debian 10 buster from command line.
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How to Handle Spikes in Website Traffic

It’s exciting to see an increase in visitors to your website. More traffic usually means more cash – or, at the very least, more readers. However, traffic growth isn’t necessarily the product of organic growth. What if you have to deal with a sudden su…

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Debian Edu 11 “Bullseye” Intended to Be a Complete Linux Solution for Schools

Based on the recently released Debian GNU/Linux 11 “Bullseye” operating system series, Debian Edu 11 “Bullseye” is here to provide you with an out-of-the box environment for configuring a complete and fully capable school network. New features in Debian Edu 11 include support for LTSP (Linux Terminal Server Project) diskless workstations and thin clients supporting […]

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Predator-OS: Built for Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

Linux predator-OS, the OS that naturally preys on others is a security-centric free open-source Linux project for penetration testing and ethical hacking. You can also use it as a private, hardened, secure, and anonymized Linux distro Established in 2021, by Hossein Seilany who is also the developer of https://emperor-os.com/, Predator-OS is a free open-source community […]

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Learn the Networking Basics Every Sysadmin Needs to Know

Networking is one of a sysadmin’s most important duties, so make sure you have the essentials covered.
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Emulate the BBC Micro Home Computer with Linux

The BBC Microcomputer System—also known as the BBC Micro or affectionately the “Beeb”—was a series of microcomputers designed and built by the Acorn Computer company for the BBC Computer Literacy Project, operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation. The BBC Micro was hugely successful in the UK, selling over 1.5 million units, and was widely used […]

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How To Execute Shell Commands Via PHP

This post discusses how to execute shell commands via PHP. The ability to execute shell commands is a powerful feature and should be used carefully. As such, not all hosting providers will allow you to execute shell commands.
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5 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Becoming a Sysadmin

Being an IT professional, you know that information is important. Here are five bits of information I wish I’d known before signing on the dotted line as a sysadmin.
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Developer.com: GitHub Enlists Stanford Law to Defend Open Source Developers

Developer.com’s Mike Vizard reports on the newly formed GitHub Developer Rights Fellowship. Seeded by a $1 million Developer Defense Fund, “the Fellowship will be made accessible at no cost to developers any time GitHub receives a valid takedown claim that would require GitHub to remove code from its public repository.” Read the entire story at […]

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Linux Mint 20.2 Arrives: Top Desktop Linux Keeps Improving

New desktop Linux distros arrive a couple of times a week, but Linux Mint retains its hold on my desktop because it works well, and with every release, it only gets better.
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Hyperconverged Infrastructure and Harvester

Harvester, created by Rancher, is open source HCI software built using Kubernetes. While Kubernetes has become the defacto standard for container orchestration, it may seem like an odd choice as the foundation for managing VMs. However, when you think of Kubernetes as an extensible orchestration platform, this choice makes sense. Kubernetes provides authentication, authorization, high […]

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NewsFlash – Follow Your Favorite Blogs and News Sites

NewsFlash is a program designed to complement an already existing web-based RSS reader account. NewsFlash combines all the advantages of web-based services like syncing across all your devices with everything you expect from a modern desktop program: Desktop notifications, fast search and filtering, tagging, handy keyboard shortcuts, and having access to all your articles as […]

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