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Microsoft’s New Linux Distro Is a Warning Shot at Red Hat

hendrickn/Shutterstock / Microsoft Ever so quietly, Microsoft dropped a new operating system out in the wild. No, not Windows 11. Microsoft created its own Linux…

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How to Recursively Change File Permissions in Linux

Because Linux is a multi-user operating system, it has a mechanism that sets and manages file permissions to ensure that only authorized processes and users…

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How to Use the lp Command in Linux to Print Files From Terminal

Linux printing can be a bit of a challenge – especially to new users. In this tutorial, we introduce you to the lp command in…

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How to Use Steam’s “Proton” to Play Windows Games on Linux

Want to start gaming on Linux? With utilities like Steam’s Proton tool, it’s not a pipe dream anymore, even if your game is officially supported…

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How to Fix “Repository Does Not Have Release File” Error

As you work with various Linux distributions, you will need to install software repositories, including third-party repositories such as Ubuntu PPAs. In most cases, the…

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PSA: Linux Doesn’t Force You to Log in to a Microsoft Account

You may have heard (or experienced for yourself) that Windows 11 Home edition won’t let you set up your computer without signing in to or creating…

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The 7 Best Audacity Alternatives

Ocenaudio, Apple, Audacity Audacity is the go-to audio editor for a lot of people, and for good reason—it’s simple, free, and still reasonably powerful. But…

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How to Change Your Default Browser

This wikiHow teaches you how to change your computer, phone, or tablet’s default web browser to one you’d prefer to use. You can change the…

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How to Use Encrypted Passwords in Bash Scripts

If you’re forced to use a Linux script to connect to a password-protected resource, you probably feel uneasy about putting that password in the script….

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How to Use the Chown Command in Linux to Change File Ownership

On Linux systems, each file is associated with an owner and group owner. When you don’t have the appropriate permission, you won’t be able to…

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Windows 11 is much more than a new theme slapped onto Windows 10

Enlarge / The latest Windows focuses heavily on improved task management, prettier UI, and a much more ambitious Microsoft Store. (credit: Microsoft) Earlier this morning,…

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How to Use strace to Monitor Linux System Calls

Linux programs ask the kernel to do some things for them. The strace command reveals these system calls. You can use them to understand how…

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What Are Bash Dictionaries on Linux, and How Do You Use Them?

Bash dictionaries give you hash maps and associative arrays in Linux shell scripts. We’ll show you how to use these powerful and useful data structures…

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How to Install Google Chrome on Ubuntu Linux

Google Chrome is the most popular browser in the world. It’s not in Ubuntu’s standard software repositories, however, because it isn’t open-source. You can install…

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How to Install Signal for Desktop on a Chromebook

Signal, the secure encrypted messenger app, doesn’t offer an app for Chromebooks. The Android version won’t run on Chromebooks, either—but, by using the Chrome OS…

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Linux: How to Use dpkg to Fix apt When It Breaks

Have you ever broken apt? For seasoned Linux professionals, it’s quite common (about every half year) to unwittingly break apt. If you know a few…

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Google’s Built-from-Scratch Fuchsia OS Arrives on the Nest Hub

After years of behind-the-scenes development, Google’s Fuchsia OS is making its public debut on the first-generation Nest Hub. The new operating system, which Google built…

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What’s New in Chrome 91, Available Today

Google has ramped up Chrome’s release schedule, with new Chrome versions coming out every four weeks. Chrome 91 stabilizes Linux on Chromebooks, improves Tab Search,…

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Microsoft, the Linux Foundation, and others team up to make software sustainable

Microsoft is still working to go fully carbon negative by the end of the decade, but effectively grappling with climate change isn’t just one company’s…

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After Three Years, Linux Apps on Chromebooks are Finally Breaking Out of Beta

When Linux app support landed on Chrome OS in 2018, the feature was incredibly unstable. Most apps didn’t work, and those that did were buggy…

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What Is the Bash Shell, and Why Is It So Important to Linux?

The Bash shell is over 30 years old and still going strong. What does it do, where did it come from, and why is it…

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How to Copy URLs of All Open Tabs in Firefox

Mozilla Firefox doesn’t have an official option to copy web addresses (URLs) of all open tabs to your clipboard. But there’s an easy trick to…

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