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Excellent Free Tutorials to Learn Eiffel

Thursday 28th of January 2021 12:02:14 AM

Eiffel is an object-oriented programming language designed by Bertrand Meyer and Eiffel Software. Here's our recommended free tutorials to learn Eiffel.

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How to Play Windows Games on Linux

Wednesday 27th of January 2021 04:03:50 PM

More and more people are switching to Linux because it has a very user-friendly interface and is more stable after updates than Windows.

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Linux at Home: Circuit Design with Linux

Wednesday 27th of January 2021 08:03:05 AM

Take any random circuit from the internet and start your designing. With this software, you'll be able to practice, practice, practice.

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Excellent Free Tutorials to Learn Tcl

Tuesday 26th of January 2021 08:33:04 AM

Tcl (Tool Command Language) is a dynamic programming/scripting language based on concepts of Lisp, C, and Unix shells. Here's our recommended free tutorials to learn Tcl.

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Zeal – simple offline documentation browser

Monday 25th of January 2021 08:57:27 AM

Zeal is billed as a simple offline documentation browser offering access to a huge database of documentation, API manuals, and code snippets.

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Essential Utilities: Flash OS Images

Saturday 23rd of January 2021 05:23:04 PM

Linux offers a gamut of open source small utilities that perform functions ranging from the mundane to the wonderful. In our eyes, it's the breadth of these tools that help to make Linux a compelling operating system.

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Linux Candy: cornyjokes – corny jokes for the terminal

Friday 22nd of January 2021 09:27:44 AM

Harmless fun with corny jokes in your terminal. Part of the Linux Candy series.

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8 Best Free and Open Source Linux Point-of-Sale Software

Thursday 21st of January 2021 12:58:01 PM

Linux has a good range of open source Point-of-Sale software which can help retailers make considerable cost savings, not simply due to the lack of licensing and upgrade fees.

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Linux at Home: Digital Music Production with Linux

Wednesday 20th of January 2021 09:04:52 AM

DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) is an important tool in your creative arsenal.

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Excellent Free Tutorials to Learn PureScript

Tuesday 19th of January 2021 07:38:12 AM

PureScript is a strongly-typed, purely-functional programming language that compiles to JavaScript. Learn PureScript with free tutorials.

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ncmpcpp – featureful ncurses based MPD client inspired by ncmpc

Monday 18th of January 2021 09:29:37 AM

ncmpcpp is a terminal-based MPD client with a user interface that seeks inspiration from ncmpc and shares a lot of similarities.

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12 Useful Free and Open Source Git Tools

Saturday 16th of January 2021 09:40:11 AM

Git is an open source distributed version control system which was originally designed by Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux.

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Carbon Player – desktop media player

Friday 15th of January 2021 09:07:47 AM

Carbon Player is a cross-platform media player written in JavaScript and uses Electron.

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3 Best Free and Open Source Pandora Radio Clients

Thursday 14th of January 2021 11:30:39 AM

This article highlights versatile open source Linux GUI and console clients that let users effortlessly access the Pandora service.

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Linux at Home: Creative Writing with Linux

Wednesday 13th of January 2021 06:08:17 AM

Now is a great time to take up a new hobby. How about spending your time penning a classic novel or screenplay?

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Excellent Free Books to Learn PureScript

Tuesday 12th of January 2021 09:21:12 AM

Learn PureScript with these free books.

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mpdevil – simple music browser for MPD

Monday 11th of January 2021 08:15:42 AM

mpdevil is a simple music browser for MPD. mpdevil is free and open source software that's written in Python.

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7 Essential Tools to Search the Filesystem

Saturday 9th of January 2021 11:59:43 AM

Desktop search is a software application which searches the contents of computer files, rather than searching the internet.

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Linux Candy: WallpaperDownloader – download, change, manage wallpapers

Friday 8th of January 2021 11:09:58 AM

Manage your wallpaper with WallpaperDownloader.

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Best Free and Open Source Software – December 2020 Updates

Thursday 7th of January 2021 07:42:40 AM

December 2020 updates to the largest compilation of recommended free and open source software available for Linux.

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More in Tux Machines

Cluster Server R2 2U rack cluster server ships with up to 72 Rockchip RK3399/RK3328 SoMs

Rockchip RK3399 and RK3328 are typically used in Chromebooks, single board computers, TV boxes, and all sort of AIoT devices, but if you ever wanted to create a cluster based on those processor, Firefly Cluster Server R2 leverages the company’s RK3399, RK3328, or even RK1808 NPU SoM to bring 72 modules to a 2U rack cluster server enclosure, for a total of up to 432 Arm Cortex-A72/A53 cores, 288 GB RAM, and 18 3.5-inch hard drives. Firefly says the cluster can run Android, Ubuntu, or some other Linux distributions. Typical use cases include “cloud phone”, virtual desktop, edge computing, cloud gaming, cloud storage, blockchain, multi-channel video decoding, app cloning, etc. When fitted with the AI accelerators, it looks similar to Solidrun Janux GS31 Edge AI server designed for real-time inference on multiple video streams for the monitoring of smart cities & infrastructure, intelligent enterprise/industrial video surveillance, object detection, recognition & classification, smart visual analysis, and more. There’s no Wiki for Cluster Server R2 just yet, but you may find some relevant information on the Wiki for an earlier generation of the cluster server. Read more

How to Get Install Docker On Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Docker is an Open source technology that allows you to install an run application on several containers (machine) without Interfering with the host or other containers technology is similar to Virtualization, but it is more portable and easy to use. What is the type of Docker are available? There is two types of Docker are available Docker CE (Community Edition) and Docker EE (Enterprise Edition). Read more

today's howtos

  • Simple router setup with nftables

    Router setup in linux is fun and important for situations when you have only server, computer. Forwarding, firewall rules and at least 2 network interface cards is the minimal requiremnt for setting up router. Our router setup will be on Rhel 8. The installation and configuration steps are: [...]

  • find mostly doesn't need xargs today on modern Unixes

    For usage with find, all of this is unnecessary on a modern Unix and has been for some time, because find folded this into itself. Modern versions of find don't have just the traditional '-exec', which runs one command per file, but also an augmented version of it which aggregates the arguments together like xargs does. This augmented version is used by ending the '-exec' with '+' instead of ';', like so: [...]

  • Linux fmt Command – Formatting Text on the Command Line

    The fmt command is a text utility included in the GNU Core Utilities. It was originally created to format email messages at the command line. However, it can be very useful for reading any text files in the terminal. Sure, modern terminals will wrap text to fit in the window. But they don’t wrap at a word, it could split a word right down the middle. This makes it hard to read and even harder to keep your place.

  • How To Install Observium on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS - idroot

    In this tutorial, we will show you how to install Observium on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. For those of you who didn’t know, Observium is a Network Management and Monitoring System that collects data from multiple devices using SNMP and allows you to monitor all of the network’s devices via an easy-to-use interface. It is PHP-based and uses a MySQL database to store data. This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of Linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS. The installation is quite simple and assumes you are running in the root account, if not you may need to add ‘sudo‘ to the commands to get root privileges. I will show you through the step by step installation of Observium on Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal Fossa). You can follow the same instructions for Ubuntu 18.04, 16.04, and any other Debian based distribution like Linux Mint.

  • How to Exclude Specific File Extension While Copying Files Recursively

    As you might already know, ‘cp’ is the command line program in Linux to copy files and directories.

Contributing to KDE is easier than you think – Bug triaging

Today, 2021-01-28, is the Plasma Beta Review Day for Plasma 5.21, that is to say, Plasma 5.20.90. Right now it’s a bit after 2 a.m., so after this I’m going to bed so I can be present later. This month I’ve mostly been enjoying my post-job vacation as last year I was bordering burnout. As such I didn’t help much. Before bed I’ll be providing a few things I’ve learned about triaging, though. While this blog post isn’t specifically about the Beta Review Day, this should make the general bug triaging process clearer for you, making it quite timely. Read more