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Ubuntu snap - uninstall or keep?

Snap is a package format which is mostly programmed and supported by Canonical, the Ubuntu developer. However, it is viewed with mixed feelings in the Linux community. Whether you...

Den W. · 23 September · 44 · 1

How to Choose the Best Os for Linux Shared Hosting in USA: Centos vs Ubuntu?

Introduction There are many options available, making it challenging to select the best Linux shared Hosting in USA system for your framework. Also, Linux is an open-source operat...

davidjamesdj789 · 05 July · 43

How to use cat command in Linux

Command `cat` is used to concatenate files and print on the standard output. For example, if you need to print text file to console you can use this command ``` cat some_file.txt...

Alex · 17 May · 64

Linux This Month: RHEL 8.4, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 & 1Password for Linux

This month, we'll be racing around looking at all the updates and other interesting things that have happened in this past month, in the wonderful and often wacky world of Linux an...

Den W. · 07 June 2021 · 91

Linux This Month: Rocky Linux RC & Linux Kernel 5.12

Plasma Mobile is an open software system for Linux mobile devices, and the team have presented the updates they've been working on for March and April of 2021. They stated that mos...

Alex · 13 May 2021 · 175

Linux This Month - Releases Galore from Parrot OS 4.11, Ubuntu 21.04, GNOME, Debian and Red Hat

In this episode, we'll talk about GNOME 40, Ubuntu 21.04, Parrot OS 4.11, RHEL 8.1's Common Criteria Certification and Red Hat Summit 2021. Debian 10.9 Debian has announced a new...

Alex · 14 April 2021 · 141

Linux This Month - AlmaLinux arrives, Podman 3.0, KaliLinux and Ubuntu Core 20

In this episode, we're going to take a look at recent developments with AlmaLinux and Podman, and the arrival of Ubuntu Core 20, Kali Linux, 2021.1 and Firefox 86.0, let's take a l...

Alex · 12 March 2021 · 283

Linux This Month - The future of CentOS, and Linux on Mars

By now, you've probably seen some sort of news on the landing of the perseverance Mars Rover, but did you know that there's actually a tiny helicopter ingenuity tucked under the Ro...

Jacob Enderson · 24 February 2021 · 72

Android Apps On Your PC!

The common latte is typically a bit of a pricey choice down at the coffee shop, but now there's a kind of latte you won't have to pay for. And no, I'm not talking about having some...

Alex · 28 January 2021 · 56

Linux This Month: LibreOffice, CentOS news and our 2021 Linux predictions

Today we'll be discussing some of the things that have happened this past month in the world of Linux. We'll start off with some CentOS news, Linux kernel 5.10 is finally out, Libr...

Alex · 22 January 2021 · 112

Linux This Month: A Christmas Kernel, CentOS 6, and SUSE rumors

Today we'll be discussing some of the things that have been happening this month in the world of Linux and the ecosystem of open source that it lives in. We'll start off with some...

Den W. · 09 December 2020 · 56

Linux This Month - Ubuntu releases Groovy Gorilla, new Red Hat Ansible integration & more!

 In this last month, Ubuntu has released the Gorilla and OpenShift and Ansible have become best friends. Before we dive into those topics. Let's take a look at this month's notewor...

Alex · 05 November 2020 · 50

Linux This Month - BottleRocket is GA, GNOME 3.38 is out, and go for a drive with Super Tux Kart

Google's android 11 has released on September 8th, 2020, and now offers additional benefits to enterprise clients. The introduction of asset management and personal use policies me...

Alex · 01 October 2020 · 71

Lenovo C340 Review - Should You Buy A Chromebook?

The Lenovo C340, a $300 2-in-1 Chromebook, but is it something you should consider buying? I’ve covered well over 100 Windows based laptops, but this is the first Chromebook I’ve e...

JT · 09 September 2020 · 34

How to create user and add user to group in Linux

Let's say that you want to add a user to root privileges. One of the reasons you might want to do this is if you don't want to provide someone with the root password, but want them...

Alex · 09 September 2020 · 101

How to use the chkrootkit command. Linux Tips

In this Linux tip, we’re going to look at the chkrootkit command. It’s a command that will examine your system for rootkits -- generally malicious software that enables unauthorize...

Jacob Enderson · 02 September 2020 · 3.6K