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Beginner’s Guide to the Linux Desktop

There is much talk in the Linux world about the mythical “average user.” There is no such thing with Linux....

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Caged Heat: Using Open Source in a Windows Workplace

I work primarily with Windows but let me say that I, like many of you, have no choice in the...

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Sabayon Bizarre But Useful

Sabayon, which gets its name from the the Italian egg-derived dessert known as zabaione, is a distribution that we don’t...

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Attributes of Effective Project Managers

In most work spaces, individuals are at least partially motivated by their salary to contribute to the project for which...

Moms Running Linux

My Mom Runs Linux!

People are coming to Linux in droves these days. They each have their own reasons. It could be a desire...

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Solus Stands on Its Own

If I had to pick one operating system of the year, I would be picking Ubuntu MATE 16.04, if Solus...

Blocking Big Brother with Senji Security

If your big brother is anything like mine, you’d want to stop him at all costs too. Well, Senji can’t...

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Mostly Smooth Sailing with Mageia 5

Mandrake Roots Between 1999 and 2006 I worked for a little company called Electronics Boutique. It was a great place...

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LinuxCON Kids’ day

Part of this year’s LinuxCON / ContainerCON in Toronto was a full day program called Kids’ Day. Its purpose was...

Write Your Own CPU Meter in Bash

Here’s a fun little project that is a pretty good combination of array use and pattern manipulation. #!/bin/bash function get_mhz()...

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Linux Emergency Mode Thoughts

I’ve broken a lot of things over the years. Quite a few of them out of curiosity. I remember in...

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A Proper Linux Workstation

Today Joshua writes: Can you give a walk-through of your current setup? The last I heard from LAS is that...

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