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Desktop Synchronization Shootout: Comparing the Best Linux Backup Tools

The Linux landscape is littered with backup tools for the desktop — but which is the best? Choosing a backup solution can be confusing, but don't sweat it — we've looked at the best Linux backup tools for the desktop to help you select the one that's right for you. We'll help you choose between Dropbox, SpiderOak, Déjà Dup, and the rest.

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: Tips for Linux Administration Done Right

Interrupt driven. That's how a lot of sysadmins define their jobs, and it's absolutely true. We spend a good portion of every day running from problem to problem. Whether it be a user who can't get their email, to a jammed printer, to a server that's got a failed disk, we friendly neighborhood system administrators have plenty to do on a daily basis. However, we're also some of the most resourceful people in any given organization. It's time we used that resourcefulness to make our lives easier. I'm going to run through some techniques and ways of thinking that will help you better manage your workload and increase the overall quality of the services you provide to your organization.

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Modern Art: A Look at Krita 2.3

The latest major revision to the Qt-based Krita painting application was released in late December, although due to the calendar timing and its packaging within a large KOffice release, it did not garner the attention it probably deserved. That was version 2.3.0. When the 2.3.1 point release came out in January, though, I decided to take a closer look.

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Five Best Linux Office Tools

The business office is where the Linux desktop should reign. Why? Linux is a reliable, stable, secure solution that would have any business user working day-in and day-out without fail. With an unheard of resistance to viruses, trojans, and worms, the office user enjoying the Linux desktop would have no concerns about down time as does the average Windows user. But what tools are there available for the usual office worker? Plenty!

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Weekend Project: Learn VimOutliner on Linux

Remember when you were a student, and teachers were always telling you to start with an outline? Turns out, that's actually a pretty good idea. Not just for writing, which many people don't do in great amounts after getting out of school, but for putting together ideas, planning your week, and so forth. If you want a no-frills, but efficient and useful, way to manage your outlines it's time to embrace VimOutliner. So this weekend, your project is to get started with VimOutliner.

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