Linux opensource cheat sheet to start learning

One of the most useful things, when you start learning something new, is the cheat sheet: a list with the most important things to learn at first. So you can read, memorize and remember things with an easy method, just a quick look at needs. The following list is only scratching the surface of Linux commands. There is far more[…]

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We are happy to announce that Linux Journal is back

In this tragic period, finally some excellent news, almost succulent for Linux enthusiasts. Linux Journal was a monthly technology magazine published since 1994 and it was a real point of reference for all Linux enthusiasts. In March 1994, Phil Hughes and Red Hat co-founder Bob Young published a new magazine about Linux, named Linux Journal. The first issue featured an “Interview[…]

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Linux Tip. How to enable and use Flatpak

Flatpak is a new universal packaging format, on par with the Canonical Snap system it’s a way for a more secure and unified way to deliver applications on Linux. Easy installation, no security holes, and a Linux-wide distribution system because it can work on every Linux distro. Flatpak is basically a cross-platform package management system that aims to makes the[…]

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