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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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DuZeru OS
DuZeru OS is a solid and simple Linux distribution that’s perfectly suited for new users. Jack has details.

DuZeru OS: As Easy as It Gets

There are seemingly countless Linux distributions on the market, each one hoping to carve out its own little niche and enjoy a growing user base....
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How To Install Prometheus on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Prometheus is a free and open source software ecosystem that allows us to collect metrics from our applications and stores them in a database,...
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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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Kubernetes Design and Development Explained

Kubernetes is quickly becoming the de facto way to deploy workloads on distributed systems. In this post, I will help you develop a deeper...
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Linux look Command Tutorial for Beginners (with Examples)

Although the Linux find command does a fabulous job for searching on the command line, there may be situations where a dedicated tool may be more...
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Elementary OS
Elementary OS is Jack's top-rated distribution for new Linux users; learn why in this review of the latest release.

Elementary OS Juno Brings Only Slight Changes to an Outstanding Platform

Elementary OS has been my distribution of choice for some time now. I find it a perfect blend of usability, elegance, and stability. Out of the box,...
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ngrep – A Network Packet Analyzer for Linux

Ngrep (network grep) is a simple yet powerful network packet analyzer. It is a grep-like tool applied to the network layer – it matches traffic...
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pdsh Parallel Shell

For HPC, one of the fundamentals is being able to run a command across a number of nodes in a cluster. A parallel shell is a simple but powerful tool...
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dev tools
There are so many dev tools available for Linux that it can be a bit intimidating to figure out precisely what you need; Jack Wallen lends a hand.

5 Essential Tools for Linux Development

Linux has become a mainstay for many sectors of work, play, and personal life. We depend upon it. With Linux, technology is expanding and evolving...
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