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10 Basic Linux Commands for Beginners

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Just getting started on Linux? Making yourself comfortable with the command line is essential. If you’re already familiar with command line utilities, you’ll find that Linux and Mac share much in common, but Windows commands have fewer similarities. Let’s take a look.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Dave McKay

What’s New in Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri’

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Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” is available as a beta now, and the full release happens October 14, 2021. It features GNOME 40, a new kernel, and updated applications. But with only nine months of support, is it worth upgrading?

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How to Roll Back the Kernel in Linux

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If your Linux PC suddenly has issues after an update to your system, it’s possible a Linux kernel update is at fault. Fortunately, rolling back or switching to another kernel is relatively easy to do on Debian, Arch, and Fedora systems. Here’s how.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Jordan Gloor

The Best Linux Laptops of 2021 for Developers and Enthusiasts

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If you want a great Linux experience, we recommend getting a laptop that comes with a Linux OS pre-installed. That way your laptop’s hardware and drivers will work without a hitch. Here are our recommendations to do just that.

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The Article Was Written/Published By: Chris Hoffman

Linux Turns 30: How A Hobby Project Conquered the World

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On September 17, 1991, Linus Torvalds released Linux kernel (version 0.01) for the first time. Here’s a brief look at how a small hobby project grew up and enveloped the world—and what has made Linux endure for so long.

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5 of the Best Password Managers for Linux

password-manager-featured.jpg Password manager is the best if you want to use strong and hard to crack passwords for your various accounts and you don’t want to remember each and every one of them. And if you are also a Linux user, there are plenty of password managers you can use too. Here are some of the best password managers for Linux. What Is a Password Manager? Password managers are tools that make it easy for you to generate strong and unique passwords and securely store them in one place. You only need to remember a master password to unlock… Read more14688829.gif

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How to Install Microsoft Edge on Linux

Microsoft-Edge-Linux-Featured.jpg Microsoft Edge has become one of the fastest, user-friendly and secure browsers for the modern Web. With the implementation of the Chromium engine on the browser, Edge is now stable and comes packed with tools and extensions. In this article, we discuss how to install the Microsoft Edge browser on Linux. Install Microsoft Edge Using Deb Package The easiest way to set up the Edge browser on your Debian/Debian-based/Ubuntu/Ubuntu-based system is to use the deb package. 1. Start by navigating to the Microsoft Edge Insider Channel. 2. You can download either the… Read more14686855.gif

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