A better Ubuntu Linux without the crappy Snap

Snap is a software deployment and package management system originally designed and built by Canonical, the company behind the for the Ubuntu phone operating system. After the fall-down of that last one, the Snap system was brought to desktop and updated to work across a range of Linux distributions as independent upstream software deployment system. But, all that glitters is[…]

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Tar and gzip. Extract that files

Tar, tarball, gzip. A kind of tape archive, a tar file is a collection of files archived in a single ‘tarball’ file and compressing it with gzip to save disk space results in a tar.gz compressed file. Simple, no? GNUzip is also used in HTTP compression GNU Gzip, or gzip, is a file format and a software application used for[…]

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