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2022 Might Be the Year of Linux Malware

Linux malware is on the rise thanks to the popularity of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. In fact, according to a study published by Crowdstrike, Linux…

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Easily Understand Your Linux RAM Usage With Smem

Linux memory usage can be difficult to interpret and hard to understand. With smem it’s easy to find out what memory a process is using,…

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Windows 11’s Default Command Line Catches up to Mac and Linux

Microsoft is making a significant change to its command-line experience in Windows 11, as the company is changing the default to Windows Terminal. This creates an…

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What Is Ubuntu?

In online discussions, you may have heard the term “Ubuntu” thrown around, often in the context of discussing alternatives to Windows. So what exactly is…

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5 Websites Every Linux User Should Bookmark

There’s no shortage of Linux websites hyping the trendiest distributions (distros) and dishing on the latest developer drama. To help you cut through the noise,…

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Linux has a serious security problem that once again enables DNS cache poisoning

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) As much as 38 percent of the Internet’s domain name lookup servers are vulnerable to a new attack that allows hackers…

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How to Run Your Own DNS Server on Your Local Network

Running your own DNS server is a great way to accelerate your network’s responsiveness, reduce your reliance on public infrastructure, and benefit from extra functionality…

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How to Run Android Apps on Linux

Ever wanted to run an Android app on Linux but didn’t want to mess with debugging bridges, development environments, or sideloading apps? An app called…

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10 Basic Linux Commands for Beginners

Just getting started on Linux? Making yourself comfortable with the command line is essential. If you’re already familiar with command line utilities, you’ll find that…

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What’s New in Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri’

Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” is available as a beta now, and the full release happens October 14, 2021. It features GNOME 40, a new kernel, and…

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How to Roll Back the Kernel in Linux

If your Linux PC suddenly has issues after an update to your system, it’s possible a Linux kernel update is at fault. Fortunately, rolling back or…

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Linux Turns 30: How A Hobby Project Conquered the World

On September 17, 1991, Linus Torvalds released Linux kernel (version 0.01) for the first time. Here’s a brief look at how a small hobby project…

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What’s New in Linux Kernel 5.14

As Linux turns 30 years old, kernel 5.14 has been released. It contains the usual broad offering of internal below-the-hood fixes and user-visible changes. Let’s…

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How to Update Ubuntu Linux

Need the latest and greatest in Ubuntu software? You don’t need to be a Linux pro. Read on to discover how to update classic Ubuntu…

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5 of the Best Password Managers for Linux

Password manager is the best if you want to use strong and hard to crack passwords for your various accounts and you don’t want to…

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How to Install Microsoft Edge on Linux

Microsoft Edge has become one of the fastest, user-friendly and secure browsers for the modern Web. With the implementation of the Chromium engine on the…

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What Windows 11 Can Learn from Linux’s KDE Plasma Desktop

If you’ve tried Windows 11, you might have noticed Microsoft making an effort to bring the Windows desktop experience on par with contemporary Mac and…

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How to Install the Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 11

The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) lets you run Linux software on your Windows 11 PC. When you enable WSL, Windows will install a custom-built…

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How to Manage Linux Network Connections from the Command Line

The nmcli command lets you tap into the power of the Linux NetworkManager straight from the command line, making it perfect for servers with no…

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6 Lightweight Linux Distros

If your Windows or Mac computer is old and struggling to keep up, installing Linux can give it a fresh lease of life. Lightweight Linux…

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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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