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Using Grep-Like Commands for Non-Text Files

Thursday 26th of January 2017 05:11:26 PM
In the previous article, I showed how to use the grep command, which is great at finding text files that contain a string or pattern. The idea of directly searching in a "grep-like" way is so useful that there are additional commands to let you search right into PDF documents and handle XML files more naturally. Things do not stop there, as you could consider raw network traffic a collection of data that you want to "grep" for information, too.

Command line aliases in Linux

Thursday 26th of January 2017 04:02:49 PM
In this fourth and the final installment, we will discuss the concept of aliases as well how you can use them to make your command line navigation easier and smoother.

Sandwich style BeagleBone Black clone targets volume production

Thursday 26th of January 2017 02:54:11 PM
Critical Link’s MitySOM-335x Maker Transition Kit adds an open source, BeagleBone Black like carrier board to its Linux-supported TI Sitara AM335x COM. Critical Link has launched a sandwich-style “MitySOM-335x Maker Transition Kit” that expands upon its MitySOM-335x computer-on-module with a carrier board that closely resembles the community-backed BeagleBone Black SBC. The kit enables makers to […]

How to Shorten Your Links With Your Own Domain

Thursday 26th of January 2017 01:45:34 PM
Maybe you are tired of using bit.ly or goo.gl or maybe you just want your own branded short links while keeping your privacy. You can shorten your own links (for free!) on your own domain using YOURLS

How to Easily Download Movie Subtitles in Linux

Thursday 26th of January 2017 12:36:57 PM
Movie subtitles make it much easier to watch a movie. Here are some ways to easily download movie subtitles in Linux. Check them out!

Google Promotes Chrome 56 to Stable with HTML5 by Default, 51 Security Fixes

Thursday 26th of January 2017 11:28:20 AM
Google today promoted its the Chrome 56 web browser to the stable channel for all supported platforms, including GNU/Linux, macOS, and Microsoft Windows, which comes about 55 days after Chrome 55 was released.

Firefox Focus Now Available in 27 Languages

Thursday 26th of January 2017 10:19:43 AM
International Data Privacy Day is right around the corner and to mark the event we’re happy to announce that Firefox Focus, the privacy browser, is now available for iOS in 27 languages covering billions of users around the world. Mozilla’s … Read more

BlankOn Linux explained

Thursday 26th of January 2017 09:11:05 AM
BlankOn Linux is originated in Indonesia and typically made for native people to increase awareness of Linux and to encourage more people to use Linux. Initial release was based on Fedora core but now, BlankOn Linux is based on Debian. BlankOn Linux uses a custom desktop environment and a good base. Let's see the details of BlankOn.

Wmail – Bringing the Gmail & Google Inbox experience to Linux desktop

Thursday 26th of January 2017 08:02:28 AM
Un-official Gmail & Google desktop client for Linux.

Apollo Lake thin Mini-ITX focuses on security

Thursday 26th of January 2017 06:53:51 AM
Kontron’s “mITX-APL” thin Mini-ITX offers Intel Apollo Lake SoCs with triple displays, dual GbE, dual SATA 3.0, mini-PCIe, and Kontron Secure Solution. Kontron’s 2.5cm high mITX-APL supports commercial 0 to 60°C operation, and is aimed at Point of Sale, Point of Information, medical, industrial automation, and digital signage applications. It joins other thin mini-ITX boards […]

Snowden's Favorite Email Service Returns, With 'Trustful,' 'Cautious,' And 'Paranoid' Modes

Thursday 26th of January 2017 05:45:14 AM
A little more than three years after it shut down to avoid complying with federal prosecutors' demands for its encryption key, Lavabit is returning to life. The secure email system, whose most famous user was Edward Snowden, fought the US government in court over demands to produce the key that would unlock access not only Snowden's emails, but those of every user. Not only did it shut down, but it also memorably delivered a 4-point middle finger to the feds in the middle of the legal battle.

Krita Devs Want to Know What Type of Hardware You're Using for Digital Painting

Thursday 26th of January 2017 04:36:37 AM
The Krita developers are currently working on a lot of goodies for the next major version of the popular, open-source, and multiplatform digital painting utility, which can be either Krita 3.2 or 4.0, depending on the amount of changes made.

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Ten Years as Desktop Linux User: My Open Source World, Then and Now

I've been a regular desktop Linux user for just about a decade now. What has changed in that time? Keep reading for a look back at all the ways that desktop Linux has become easier to use -- and those in which it has become more difficult -- over the past ten years. I installed Linux to my laptop for the first time in the summer of 2006. I started with SUSE, then moved onto Mandriva and finally settled on Fedora Core. By early 2007 I was using Fedora full time. There was no more Windows partition on my laptop. When I ran into problems or incompatibilities with Linux, my options were to sink or swim. There was no Windows to revert back to. Read more