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Get up to speed with the find command so you can locate files on your Linux servers and desktops without need of a GUI.

How to Search for Files from the Linux Command Line

Learn how to use the find command in this tutorial from our archives. It goes without saying that every good Linux desktop environment offers the...
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Raspberry Pi: Hands-on with Kali, openSUSE, Fedora and Ubuntu MATE Linux

It has been nearly two years since I tried Fedora, Manjaro and Ubuntu MATE on the Raspberry Pi 2 & 3, and there have been a lot of changes since...
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Docker Logs - How to Use Options, Tail and Grep to Debug Effectively

When developing applications based on Docker, being able to find specific information in the logs and save this data to file can speed up the...
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Android Pie
The ninth iteration of Android has brought about a far more satisfying user experience; get details from Jack Wallen.

An Overview of Android Pie

Let’s talk about Android for a moment. Yes, I know it’s only Linux by way of a modified kernel, but what isn’t these days? And seeing as how the...
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Modernizing Applications for Kubernetes

Modern stateless applications are built and designed to run in software containers like Docker, and be managed by container clusters like Kubernetes...
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Linux tcpdump Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

Every time you open a webpage on your computer, data packets are sent and received on your network interface. Sometimes, analyzing these packets...
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How to Set Up Your S3 Bucket with HTTPS in an Hour

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has great resources for issuing and using SSL certificates, but the process of migrating existing resources to HTTPS can be...
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Linux Apps on Chrome OS: An Easy-to-Follow Guide

Linux apps can expand your Chromebook's capabilities and open up all sorts of interesting options — but first, you have to know where to begin. If...
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haiku
Haiku OS is definitely worth installing, even if only to see how far the project has come.

To BeOS or not to BeOS, that is the Haiku

Back in 2001, a new operating system arrived that promised to change the way users worked with their computers. That platform was BeOS and I remember...
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How to Use Git Version Control System in Linux [Comprehensive Guide]

Version Control (revision control or source control) is a way of recording changes to a file or collection of files over time so that you can recall...
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