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10 Tips for Using GNU Find

The GNU find utility is one of the most useful commands you'll ever get to know. At first glance the options and syntax can seem arcane. But, with a little practice, you'll be able to locate any file on your system with almost no trouble at all. To help you get started, we've got 10 ways you can use find to get what you're looking for.

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Weekend Project: Make a Portable Encrypted File Safe

Many Linux distributions offer industrial-strength disk encryption tools...

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Using ClamAV to Kill Viruses on Postfix

Our Postfix mail server series comes to a close this week with the addition of antivirus. I think it's fitting to close with this article because, to many people, the idea of having to add antivirus on a Linux machine is antithetical to what Linux is. When applied to a mail server, that is quit untrue.

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Slackware 13.1: A Linux Distro That Gets Out of the Way

Slackware Linux is still going strong. The Slackware Linux Project released Slackware 13.1 on May 24th.This is just a little by shy of the 17th anniversary of Slackware 1.0 and not quite a year after Slackware 13.0. Delve back into yesteryear with me; you're in for a treat.

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Weekend Project: Spring Clean Your Music Library

It is a long weekend coming up. If you're like most of us, your collection of digital music has a few problems that build up over time, making it an iffy proposition to simply copy a folder from your hard drive to your phone or music player. There are duplicate files, files with bad or missing tags, maybe a few stray songs purchased from a different store in a separate folder from the material you rip from CDs; and although your slick new media player software supports displaying album art, most of your albums don't have artwork attached to them. Why not set aside a few hours to give your library a quick scrubbing?

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