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Kali Linux for Vagrant: Hands-On

What Vagrant actually does is provide a way of automating the building of virtualized development environments using a variety of the most popular...
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Linux Guide: How To Easily Create A Bootable Live USB Using Ubuntu

I've been writing frequently about Ubuntu and have come across a bunch of people who've dipped their toes into Linux desktop waters as a result....
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Netrunner
Whether you prefer a stable, bleeding edge, or minimal distribution, Netrunner has you covered.

Netrunner Builds on KDE for a Unique Linux Spin

Most every Linux distribution is based on another one. Many are based on Ubuntu or Debian, some are based on Fedora, while others are based on Arch...
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Linux For Beginners: What's A Desktop Environment?

As I continue my journey into the world of Linux, I've realized that one of its most distinct advantages over Windows and macOS can also be one of...
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Beginner's Guide: How To Install Ubuntu Linux 18.04

Two surprising things happened this year in my personal tech life. Dell's XPS 13 laptop became my daily driver, finally pulling me away from Apple's...
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netplan
Netplan is a command line utility for the configuration of networking on certain Linux distributions; Jack shows how to use it.

How to Use the Netplan Network Configuration Tool on Linux

For years Linux admins and users have configured their network interfaces in the same way. For instance, if you’re an Ubuntu user, you could either...
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SharkLinux
SharkLinux is a flavor of desktop Linux that shows what is possible, thanks to open source.

SharkLinux Distro: Open Source in Action

Every so often I run into a Linux distribution that reminds me of the power of open source software. SharkLinux is one such distribution. With a...
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Is the Linux 4.18 Kernel Heading Your Way?

How soon the 4.18 kernel lands on your system or network depends a lot on which Linux distributions you use. It may be heading your way or you may...
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AryaLinux
Jack looks at AryaLinux, which includes either GNOME (shown here) or Xfce.

AryaLinux: A Distribution and a Platform

Most Linux distributions are simply that: A distribution of Linux that offers a variation on an open source theme. You can download any of those...
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​Opera is Available in a Snap on Linux

Opera is far from the most popular web browser, but it has its loyal fans. Now, if those fans also happen to be Linux desktop users, Canonical, ...
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