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A Look at Fundamental Linux sed Commands

Linux administrators who want to modify files without overwriting the original have many options, but one of the most efficient tools is the stream editor -- or sed. The stream editor is a default part of most Linux distributions. It enables you to perform text file manipulations in the operating...
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Convert Screenshots of Equations into LaTeX Instantly With This Nifty Tool

Mathpix is a nifty little tool that allows you to take screenshots of complex mathematical equations and instantly converts it into LaTeX editable text. LaTeX editors are excellent when it comes to writing academic and scientific documentation. There is a steep learning curved involved of course....
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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 providers, such as VirtualBox, VMware, AWS and others. It not only handles the initial setup of the virtual machine, it can also provision the virtual...
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4 Useful Tools to Run Commands on Multiple Linux Servers

In this article, we will show how to run commands on multiple Linux servers at the same time. We will explain how to use some of the widely known tools designed to execute repetitive series of commands on multiple servers simultaneously. This guide is useful for system administrators who usually...
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The Illustrated TLS Connection

Every byte of a TLS connection explained and reproduced. In this demonstration, a client has connection to a server, negotiated a TLS 1.2 session, sent "ping", received "pong", and then terminated the session. Click below to begin exploring. Client Hello   The session begins with the client...
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Chrome OS Stable Channel Gets Linux Apps

After months of user testing in developer and beta channels, the Crostini project at Google finally delivered the goods, Linux apps for most users of Chromebooks in the stable channeldefinitely worth the wait. While this still is aimed primarily at developers using Chromebooks, I think there's a...
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Open source offers everything you need to monitor your desktops and servers; Jack looks at four tools you should try.

4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux

Linux. It’s powerful, flexible, stable, secure, user-friendly… the list goes on and on. There are so many reasons why people have adopted the open source operating system. One of those reasons which particularly stands out is its flexibility. Linux can be and do almost anything. In fact, it will (...
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Jack looks at a few tools to help you mine the depths of your log files.

Open Source Logging Tools for Linux

If you’re a Linux systems administrator, one of the first tools you will turn to for troubleshooting are log files. These files hold crucial information that can go a long way to help you solve problems affecting your desktops and servers. For many sysadmins (especially those of an old-school sort...
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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. Perhaps they referenced this guide to create a bootable Live USB on Windows, allowing them to test drive something like Ubuntu without making any changes...
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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 Linux. And, even when a distribution offers different types of releases (stable vs. rolling, or various available desktops), they are generally based...
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