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    Cloud vs Local

    This is nothing new. We all know it, we're all seeing it. But still... Perhaps the thing I like about Linux more than any other other operating system, is that almost everything runs local on my computer. If I want to create a LibreOffice word document, or Excel spreadsheet, no problem. I...
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    .motd or banner

    Go to Linux You will see a text box at the top of the screen. Type in 2 or 3 words. Keep it short for the first try. You will see some ascii text art beneath the sentence you typed in. There are several different font styles to...
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    Fedora 32 released today. I'm an early adopter. Already installed it, I'm typing this using it. Don't care for Gnome 3. Usually xfce or MATE is more my style so I installed them. Comes with 5.6.6 kernel. So far I like it.
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    Lenovo to sell Laptops with Fedora pre-installed
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    Password Phishing?

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    Old vs new Linux

    Just curious ... how many still use the "old" linux commands to do certain things. chkconfig vs systemctl ifup, ifdown vs nmcli conn up, nmcli conn down iptables vs firewall-cmd or ufw docker vs podman ifconfig vs ip addr there are more... but these are the most commonly used ones I think.
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    The Linux family tree.

    I am mostly familiar with the redhat side of the family. Redhat is owned by IBM --- But there are other redhat "like" distro's. Redhat is a commercial Linux...
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    Hi Guys (and Gals)

    Just another Linux user here. Started off with Slackware in 1993. Since then, I used most of the major distros. I like all of them. In fact the thing I love most about Linux is... we have so many flavors to choose from. With Microsoft you get one vendor only. With MacOS you get one vendor...
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    Getting started with ansible

    First you need to make sure you have python installed. But I really can't think of any modern distros that don't come with python installed. You can check this by typing.... python -V (make sure you use an upper case "V") This should return something like > Python 2.7.16 You can also use...