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Manjaro vs EndeavourOS: An In-Depth Comparison

If you’ve ever tried using Arch Linux, you know it’s nearly impossible to install without proper documentation and Linux knowledge. That’s the charm of Arch Linux, actually. But since Arch Linux is on the expert end of the Linux distro spectrum, there are several Arch-based distros that try to make things easier for ordinary people. […]

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How to install the Vivaldi browser on AlmaLinux | Rocky linux 8

Learn the commands to install Vivaldi browser on AlmaLinux 8 or RHEL-based Rocky Linux 8 using the command terminal. Vivaldi is an interesting alternative to Chrome, Firefox, Opera and other popular browsers. And like most other web browsers, this one is also available for Linux. Vivaldi’s USP is that it delivers a refreshing experience instead […]

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How to install and configure Sublime Text on Linux

Sublime Text is a source code editor that supports various markup and programming languages. It offers features like command palette, goto any, autocomplete, snippets, and plugins, among others, and works on all major platforms including Linux, macOS, and Windows. . If you, too, are a Sublime Text user and miss your recent Linux switch to […]

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The 8 Major Linux Distributions That Have Adopted Flatpak

In a market dominated by high-end operating systems with dedicated off-the-shelf (COTS) software, Linux users have to settle for open source variants of these high-end applications. And a distribution independent way of distributing such software on Linux is Flatpak. This is why flatpak packages are quickly becoming the buzzword among users of a Linux-based stack. […]

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Canonical reworks Snap app packages on Linux

Snap is a software packaging and distribution platform for Linux developed by Canonical, the makers of Ubuntu Linux. Snap apps are more portable than traditional Linux software, and most of them are containerized to avoid some common security concerns. However, Snap has a lot of issues as well, which could be the reason Canonical is […]

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The CentOS 9 stream is now available, but should you use it? – The new battery

Open source enterprise software vendor Red Hat received a ton of derision last year when it moved its CentOS Linx distribution to a continuous version distribution. After that, users everywhere complained, companies (such as cPanel) removed support, and a number of new 1: 1 compatible binary replacements (such as AlmaLinux and Rocky Linux) were born. […]

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8 things you should know before installing Arch Linux

When installing most Linux distributions you just need to download the ISO, create bootable media and start the installation process, no research required. But things are a little different with Arch Linux. If you jump straight into the installation part without first researching the distribution, you will be stunned by the complexity of the process. […]

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Fedora had a 2021 Stellar and continued to operate at the forefront of Linux innovations

Fedora has had another successful year, and the anecdote that enthusiasm for the Red Hat sponsored Linux distribution has increased significantly this year among experienced Linux users. As has been the case for years, versions of Fedora were among the first to deliver new Linux innovations from the desktop to the stack – many of […]

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How to run Unetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye

UNetbootin is an open source program to install on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It is intended for creating bootable USB drives using ISO images. Here we learn the commands to run UNetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye. The “Universal Network Boot Installer”- Unetbootin for short – extracts ISO files and modifies some operating system installation packages […]

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Master your server with these 7 informative resources

From understanding your server inventory to increasing the security of Ubuntu Server, we’ve got the resources you need to be successful. Image: Shutterstock / Yanawut.S Servers are one of the most critical components of any IT infrastructure. Virtually all business functions require some sort of server, from checking your email inbox to accessing customer files. […]