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Linux.com: The Linux console supports multimedia, so you can enjoy music, movies, photos, and even read PDF files.

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JavaScript UI frameworks and libraries work in cycles.

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LinuxJournal: With Icecast and Liquidsoap, you can set up a full-featured, flexible internet radio station using free software and open standards.

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Phoronix: The upcoming Linux 4.16 kernel cycle will be mainlining the VirtualBox Guest "vboxguest" kernel driver.

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Datamation: There are a wide array of Linux alternatives to Microsoft Office

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softpedia: The new version introduces a new tool that allows users to export their image collections to UPnP/DLNA-compatible devices.

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Lenovo's business class ThinkPads offer excellent Linux hardware compatibility with popular Linux distributions.

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FOSSMINT: Partclone is a free and open-source tool for creating and cloning partition images brought to you by the developers of Clonezilla.

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LinuxandUbuntu: The operating system makes use of swap space when its available physical memory (RAM) is running out due to ever demanding applications.

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softpedia: Flatpak support in the Plasma Discover package manager is now more mature and ready for production.

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You've probably used a debugger to check your code, but do you know how they do what they do?

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KernelTalks: Beginners guide to learn dd command along with list of examples.

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opensource.com: There's a lot more to open source than contributing code.

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LinuxScoop: MX Linux 17 is the latest release of MX Linux.

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Most applications normally display a feedback using asterisks (*******) when a user is typing a password

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GamingOnLinux: Quake does run on Linux (still)

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Nixcraft: This page shows how to install, setup and use Docker or Docker CE on RHEL 7 or CentOS 7 server and create your first container.

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LinuxTechLab: Ansible is an open source configuration tool; that is used to deploy, configure & manage servers.

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itsFOSS: is Pop OS worth an install?

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Linus Torvalds: I'm still hoping that this will be the last rc, despite all the Meltdown and Spectre hoopla.

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ostechnix: This brief tutorial will explain how to compile and run C/C++ programs in GNU/Linux.

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KDE's Plasma is easily one of the most powerful desktop environments available for Linux.

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 MakeTechEasier: Over the years, Linux has made impressive strides towards being friendlier to new and non-technical users.

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A guest session on Ubuntu allows having a temporary user account and access the Ubuntu machine.

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Tecmint: NGINX Amplify is a SaaS-based monitoring tool for the open source NGINX software and NGINX Plus.

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