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Russian roulette in Linux
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While windows break system and flickering blue screens of death, the life of a Linux user is as stable as the life of the Russians under Vladimir Putin. Want thrills?
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“cat” command in Linux terminal
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The cat command is one of the most commonly used Linux commands. It is often used by experienced users while working with the terminal. With this command
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Quick search in history of terminal
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On the Linux command line, you often need to re-run previous commands. Let’s look at how to quickly find and, if necessary, change a command that
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How to clean a Linux terminal
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Sometimes it is necessary to clear the terminal window of the text to get started, so to speak, from scratch. Consider 5 different ways to clear the terminal.
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5 Reasons You Need to Switch to Linux Mint
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If you are looking for and easy, compatible, safe, fast and above all reliable operating system, Linux Mint is a great option. I have read many questions
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CodeLobster IDE – free multi-platform PHP IDE on Linux
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Codelobster IDE – handy cross-platform PHP, HTML, CSS, jаvascript editor (IDE) with support Drupal CMS, Joomla CMS, Magento CMS, Smarty, Twig
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Recent applications and documents in Linux Mint MATE
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Received in the mail a short article from Mr. Hrotkó Gábor. There is a cool feature in the ‘mintmenu’, which is the default main menu for Linux
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lost+found – what is this directory for?
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The lost+found directory is located at the root of the file system. This directory is used by the fsck will then be able to find the file and put it in lost+found.
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How to quickly erase all data on HDD or SSD?
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In fact, we strongly condemn any illegal actions. But this principle applies in civilized countries with highly developed judicial systems.
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Quick setup your own VPN server and clients
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Today I will tell you how in a couple of minutes to deploy your own VPN server and connect to it from any of your devices.I’ve been using my VPN server
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EncFS – Securely encrypt important data
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In our turbulent times it is better to encrypt everything. First, computers became powerful enough to carry out on-the-fly encryption without performance loss.
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Snap (Snappy) – useful package manager
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In this article we’ll talk about how to search, install, update, and delete Snap packages in Linux Mint. I have long wanted to write about Snap pakage.
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What I do after installing Linux Mint?
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In this article we will talk about my personal preferences about how to configure a fresh installed Linux Mint. In addition, will make it faster and easier)))
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Synopson – fast and easy graphical file manager
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A file manager the way I think it should be: two panes for content and one for navigation. Synopson is simple as possible, can work in one-pane and two-pane
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How to find your Linux Mint version?
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In this small article we will talk about how to see the version of Linux via the terminal and some utilities for this purpose, and in which configuration
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