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How to Set Up a Firewall in Linux

disable-enable-manage-ubuntu-firewall-fe To keep your computer safe, it is advisable to set up a firewall to prevent others from accessing your computer and protect you from network attacks. However, if you are a new Linux user, you might not know how to configure the firewall in your system. You’ll learn here how to set up a firewall in Linux and how to easily add rules to allow access for other devices in your local network or specific ports. UFW = Uncomplicated Firewall We’ll use UFW to manage your Linux firewall since it is easy to use and comes installed by… Read more13556740.gif

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Windows 10 Is Getting Graphical Linux Apps With GPU Support

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Windows 10’s Windows Subsystem for Linux is already extremely powerful, even including a built-in Linux kernel with WSL 2.0. Now, Microsoft is making it even more powerful, enabling graphical Linux desktop applications and GPU hardware acceleration support.

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How to Compress Your Files Faster with pigz

Ultrafast-Compression-With-Pigz-featured Even if it’s one of the faster archiving/compression solutions available, gzip has a tiny problem: it doesn’t support multiple processors/cores. Thus, if you have a relatively new PC, it doesn’t take advantage of its capabilities. Pigz is a multi-threaded implementation of gzip that allows you to compress files to the GNU zip format at a fraction of the time. Here is how to compress your files faster with pigz. Installation To install pigz on Ubuntu, Mint, and other Debian-compatible distributions, use: sudo apt install pigz On Arch and… Read more13540854.gif

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How to Search the Web from Linux Terminal

web-search-terminal-featured-1.jpg Have you ever wanted to search the Web while typing away on the command line? It can be kind of annoying when you need to search for something and have to open another app to do so. Luckily, there are a few Linux apps that let you search the Web from Terminal. Let’s take a look. Related: How to Do Spelling Checks in the Linux Terminal ddgr – Search the Web with DuckDuckGo This command-line tool works with DuckDuckGo over the Tor network. It’s the perfect choice if you want to maintain your privacy while browsing… Read more13531090.gif

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The Article Was Written/Published By: William Elcock

How to Install DOSBox For Linux to Play Old DOS Games

dosbox-feature-shot.jpg If you own a copy of old DOS games like DOOM, you can still play them on your PC with the help of emulator. DOSBox is the best DOS emulator around. Most guides for DOSBox focus simply on installing the application and providing a couple of commands to get you going. However, this is likely to scare off new users, and there’s a nasty surprise awaiting DOS veterans as well. This guide will not only cover how to install DOSBox for Linux, but also how to automatically mount your C: drive. And for the newbies out there scared of DOS commands, we’ll also recommend… Read more13527558.gif

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Top 5 Linux Podcasts to Learn About Linux

top-5-podcasts-feature.jpg As technology grows and changes, there are ever-increasing ways available to us as Linux users to connect to our communities. It’s an essential part of open source; without a community, there is no feedback, camaraderie, or collaboration. In the spirit of community connection, here are the top five Linux podcasts that allow you to learn Linux, bring communities together and lift up Linux and its users. Related: 6 of the Best Apps for Creating and Recording Music on Linux 1. Linux Unplugged It’s hard to talk about Linux podcasts without talking about Jupiter broadcasting. They’ve been… Read more13517358.gif

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