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27.09.2021

Distro Walk – Redcore Linux

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With its point-and-click installation, Redcore aims "to be to Gentoo what Manjaro is to Arch Linux."

02.08.2021

Distro Walk – AlmaLinux

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Arising from the ashes of CentOS, AlmaLinux offers a community-owned and -governed CentOS alternative.

02.07.2021

Distro Walk – Void Linux

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Void Linux offers a unique distribution with a lower barrier to participation that is easy to manage.

02.07.2021

Phone as Linux PC

UserLAnd lets you run Linux applications on your Android phone – all without replacing Android OS.

02.07.2021

Phone as Linux PC

UserLAnd lets you run Linux applications on your Android phone – all without replacing Android OS.

02.07.2021

Diversions

Exploring the new Python match statement, Python's implementation of switch/case.

28.04.2021

A Clone on a Mission

EdUBudgie Linux is an Ubuntu clone created by a teacher and aimed directly at the education market.

29.03.2021

Linux Creator Warns Next Kernel Could be Delayed

Linus Torvalds has issued concern about the size of kernel 5.12 and possible delays for its release.

05.03.2021

Elk Hunting

ELK Stack is a powerful monitoring system known for efficient log management and versatile visualization. This hands-on workshop will help you take your first steps with setting up your own ELK Stack monitoring solution.

23.12.2020

Tiny Extensions

Tiny Core Linux does not boast a big repository. Sooner or later, you'll need to create your own extensions to get the most out of Tiny Core. This article shows you how.

23.12.2020

Tutorial – Ventoy

With Ventoy you can conveniently put multiple bootable ISO images on a single USB drive.

30.11.2020

Better Decisions

Complex decisions require the evaluation of multiple criteria. This article shows how to support such decisions with Linux, Python, and the TOPSIS Multi-Criteria Decision Model.

06.11.2020

Linux Mint Unveils New Packages

The Linux Mint team has announced it'll bring an official Chromium package to the distribution

28.10.2020

The Scientist's Linux Toolbox

Linux and science are a natural fit. These are a handful of essential software packages both for getting work done and presenting it to others.

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