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If you find yourself looking at networking connections in Linux then you've probably used netstat at some point. It's very useful to list out established connections, find out which ports your...
From Red Hat: "Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) minor releases are an aggregation of individual security, enhancement, and bug fix errata. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.6 Release Notes...
Fedora has released version 29 today! I've already downloaded it to install on the spare macbook this evening.

From the Fedora Magazine site: "In just one week, it will be fifteen years since we...
After the announcement of IBM acquiring Red Hat, there has been a lot of fear and uncertainty within the Linux community about whether to drop ties with RHEL / CentOS / Fedora or not. This is...
Many people like to have multiple Linux distros available to use. The problem for most people wanting to install multiple distros is that it would require major partitioning of their hard drive...
Part of the LFCS exam covers archiving, compressing, unarchiving and uncompressing files. The ability to perform these on files is a useful tool for any Linux user.
This article will cover...
There are many Virtual Assistants, or sometimes referred to as a Voice Assistant, on the market and seem to be more coming along all the time.
A Virtual Assistant is a software program which...
VI is a text editor for Linux. It is a basic text editor which is command-line based and is not Graphical User Interface (GUI) based. VIM is an ‘Improved’ version (Vi IMproved).
The command...
For all Linux users there are times when you want to update the Linux Kernel. The task is an easy one when using a program like [COLOR=rgb(0, 0,...