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How to Manage Printers in Linux

Nearly all Linux desktops depend upon a very user-friendly printer configure/management tool called system-config-printer. Though there may be minor differences in the GUI (from distribution to distribution), the use of the tool is the same – and it's incredibly easy.

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Radxa: The $100 Quad-Core ARM Raspberry Pi Alternative

Many will think of the Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone Black when considering a DIY project running Linux. But if you want to do some CPU-heavy work in your DIY project, like running some opencv code to give your project some vision, the Radxa might be the right choice. Even if you're not looking at a DIY project, this machine makes for a nice little Linux server.  

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How to Build a Tizen Laptop With Open Source Hardware Components?

Tizen-sunxi is a community driven port of Tizen for devices with Allwinner processors. So far at the git repository of the projects are available instructions for booting Tizen on couple of open-source hardware boards from the OlinuXino family as well as Tizen images for download.

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How to Sort and Remove Duplicate Photos in Linux

Digital cameras make it easy to rack up gigabytes of photo archives. Learn how to find duplicates and organize all of your photos without making it your life's work.

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How to Take a Screenshot from the Command Line on Linux

There are various flavors of Linux screenshot utilities, including desktop-specific screenshot programs (e.g., KSnapshot for KDE, gnome-screenshot for GNOME, Screenshooter for Xfce), or general screenshot utilities (e.g., Shutter). 

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