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Managing changes in open source projects

Managing changes in open source projects:

opensource.com: Here’s how to create a visible change process to support the community around an open source project.

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Handling Complex Memory Situations

Handling Complex Memory Situations:

LinuxJournal: The kernel tries to eek out absolutely everything it can from the various devices on the system

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TAILS 3.13 Improves Security

TAILS 3.13 Improves Security:

Tails, the amnesic incognito live system based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system, has been updated to version 3.13, a release that adds extra security and latest updates.

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How to Kick a User Off of a Linux System

How to Kick a User Off of a Linux System:

At some point in a Linux System Administrator’s career they will need to kick a user off of a system.

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How to set up a homelab from hardware to firew…

How to set up a homelab from hardware to firewall:

opensource.com: Take a look at hardware and software options for building your own homelab.

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How to Use Dropbox in Non-Ext4 Linux Filesyste…

How to Use Dropbox in Non-Ext4 Linux Filesystem:

MakeTechEasier: Using Dropbox on Linux used to be very easy.

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Trimmed-down Jetson Nano module ships on $99 L…

Trimmed-down Jetson Nano module ships on $99 Linux dev kit:

LinuzGizmos: Nvidia has launched a stripped-down, quad -A57 Jetson Nano module with a CUDA-ready 128-core Maxwell GPU

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Shallot – Qt-based file manager with plugin in…

Shallot – Qt-based file manager with plugin interface:

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Printing from the Linux command line

Printing from the Linux command line:

NetworkWorld: There’s a lot more to printing from the Linux command line than the lp command. Check out some of the many available options.

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4 cool terminal multiplexers

4 cool terminal multiplexers:

A terminal multiplexer allows you to turn your terminal into an even more incredible powerhouse

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