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The Linux Foundation Certified Systems Administrator has listed in the Domains and Competencies to be able to ‘Analyze text files’. This article will cover the use of six commands to analyze the...
Most people today use Wi-Fi on a daily basis. Wi-Fi is used by most people on their smart phones. You can find Wi-Fi at home, office, library, parks, restaurants, etc. Even though most people use...
The Linux Operating System (OS) uses variables to represent other settings. If a variable, such as the logged in user’s name, is needed in different applications then it is best to set the value...
We've just added Linux man pages to the site - I know there are some other sites that host them as well, but I figured I'd throw them on here anyway.

Linux man pages have been around since the...
On Saturday, Inkscape made its move from Launchpad after a year or more of planning and reviewing different platforms as well as determining how to convert the codebase for each possible choice...
This morning Red Hat has announced the release of RHEL 7.4 Beta providing a "rich and stable foundation for both existing applications and a new generation of workloads and solutions".

This...
If you have read my article on libvirt you may have noticed it was all command-line. In this article we will look at the use of a Graphical User Interface (GUI) to manage the installation and...
For those of you who may remember the puzzle game by Microsoft, as shown in Figure 1, you may be thinking “No way!”. The game will work in a round about way along with other classics from the...
Previously I wrote an article on the 32-bit versions of Mangaka which can be read at https://www.linux.org/threads/mangaka-os-32-bit.4474/. This article will cover the four 64-bit...
Virtualization is a way to run more than one Operating System (OS) on a system. The ability to do this allows a server to use more of its resources than it normally would use with a single OS. The...