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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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How-To Install AMD Catalyst 14.4 On Fedora 20 With Linux 3.14

Yesterday there was a guest post by a reader on Phoronix about the troubles in using the AMD Catalyst driver on Fedora Linux. While it involves more steps than most users would like, another Phoronix reader has written in this morning with the approach for getting the Catalyst 14.4 driver...

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A Tutorial on How to openSUSEfy Gnome 3

Customize Gnome in openSUSE to match the openSUSE green pastures with a little help from artwork provided by the Moka Project.

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Using Saltstack to Update All Hosts, But Not at the Same Time

Configuration management and automation tools like SaltStack are great, they allow us to deploy a configuration change to thousands of servers with out much effort. However, while these tools are powerful and give us greater control of our environment they can also be dangerous. 

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