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Troubleshooting Linux Applications Without Using the Command Line

Linux is one of the most stable platforms available. That doesn't mean every application that runs on the system will enjoy the same incredible stability. Truth is, apps crash. It's almost an inevitability that you're going to experience a rogue application now and then. When it happens, you need to know how to close the app to get rid of any negative impact the wayward app might have. 

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How to Download Webcomics from the Command Line on Linux

Do you never miss a new strip from xkcd? Read webcomics regularly? Or would you like to back up all the strips of your favorite website? Hopefully, the open source community has the solution: a command line program to download all your favorite webcomics from your terminal. Before we begin,...

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How to Install and Try Linux the Absolutely Easiest and Safest Way

Linux is, by far, the easiest operating system to install. This how to is for absolute Linux beginners who want to give it a try the easy and safe way.

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How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from Previous Versions

Guide on how to upgrade to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS from previous releases.

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Speed up Apache with mod_pagespeed and memcached on Debian 7 (Wheezy)

The page load time gets more and more important for websites to provide a better user experience and it is important for the search engine ranking as well. Google has developed the apache module "mod_pagespeed" to optimize and streamline...

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