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Expand your Python knowledge and write GUI apps with a smattering of code, thanks to the TkInter toolkit.
Systemd has won the race, as indicated by the several tools that already offer a service just a mouse click away. We look at six of these tools.
How does the Core Infrastructure Initiative fare three years in?
WordGrinder offers distraction-free writing; we look at how realistic that concept is in everyday use.
Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon (32-bit Live) and CentOS 7 Release 1611 (64-bit Install)
A recent flurry of activity in the container space raises several interesting questions about security among a number of operational aspects in the enterprise environment.
Asking Alexa only for built-in functions like the weather report gets old quickly, and add-on skills from the skills store only go so far. With a few lines of code, Mike teaches this digital pet some new tricks.
This month in Linux Voice.
If you struggle with the appearance and behavior of the Gnome desktop, the classic features of fallback mode offer an alternative in a familiar style. Lamented by many as dead and gone, Gnome 3 fallback is still alive and kicking in Gnome Flashback.
Welcome our new artificial intelligence overlords by tinkering with their gray matter.
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