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What is a Good File Manager for Linux?

One of must-have utilities on Linux desktop is file manager (or file browser). A typical file manager can not only handle common file management operations, but also offer advanced functionality that differentiates itself with others. If you are not happy with a default file manager that comes with the Linux...

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10 SCP Commands to Transfer Files/Folders in Linux

Linux administrators should be familiar with CLI environment. Since GUI mode in Linux servers is not a commonly installed. SSH may be the most popular protocol to enable Linux administrators to manage the servers via remote in secure way. Built-in with SSH command there is SCP command. SCP is...

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15 Practical Examples of “dpkg commands” for Debian Based Distros

Debian GNU/Linux, the mother Operating System of a number of Linux distributions including Knoppix, Kali, Ubuntu, Mint, etc. uses various package Manager like dpkg, apt, aptitude, synaptic, tasksel, deselect, dpkg-deb and dpkg-split. We will be describing each of these briefly before focusing on... [[ This is a content summary only.

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What Is a Good HEX Editor on Linux?

A hex editor is different from a regular text editor in that the former displays the raw binary content of a given file, without applying any text encoding or typesetting. A hex editor can be useful in various cases, e.g., repairing disk image and partition, reverse-engineering binary code, patching emulator...

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How To Build Your Virtualized Datacenter Using Open Source, Linux, KVM and Xen, Part 2

Previously, I gave you an overview of ConVirt Open Source, who’s using it and why. Today, I’ll  give specific guidance on using Convirt Open Source, which offers an open source, agent-less lifecycle management solution that works for both KVM and Xen. In addition, I’ll touch on some of the advanced automation capabilities which are available in ConVirt’s commercial (e.g. paid for) version as well.

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