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Five Linux-Ready, Cost-Effective Server Control Panels

When you consider web-based control panels, the first thing to comes to mind is the de facto standard cPanel. It’s a powerhouse of a tool, that can do just about everything a server admin could imagine (and then some). Of course, if you’re looking for a cost-effective or open source option...

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Tricks For Using Desktop-Integrated Calendars

The Linux desktop is full of interesting features. In fact, users are often surprised at just how many handy tools the various iterations of the open source desktop there are. One such tool is the Calendar.

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Live Booting Linux

“I’d like to give Linux a try, but I’m not sure how.” I’ve heard that statement so many times over the years.

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Replacing ifconfig with ip

If you’ve been around Linux long enough, you know tools come and go. This was assumed to be the case back around 2009 when the debian-devel mailing list announced plans on deprecating the net-tools package due to lack of maintenance. It is now 2015 and net-tools is still around.

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Why, When, and How To Use a Virtual Machine

I must admit I haven't been a huge fan of virtual machines for personal use until recently. 

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