📚 In this article, we’ll try to explain what happened with CentOS 8 and CentOS Stream in a beginner-friendly way, and discuss what may happen in the future and what you can do next.

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📚 In this tutorial we’ll learn how to use rsync to transfer and sync files between machines, as well as explore some of rsync‘s options, through examples and detailed explanations.

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📚 In this article we’ll cover how to use fzf, the command-line fuzzy finder, we’ll see how we can customize it, and we’ll explain some concepts, such as what fuzzy search is, so you can better understand how you can use this tool.

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📚 In this tutorial we’ll cover how to install 7zip on Linux using a package manager (on Debian and RHEL based distros), and how to install it manually. We’ll also cover 7zip‘s various commands and options, and we’ll provide some examples of using 7zip.

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📚 In this tutorial we cover how to install KDE Plasma Desktop (in a few variants) or Kubuntu on Ubuntu 22.04 or 20.04.

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📚 In this tutorial, we’ll create a RedHat Linux package or RPM package of our own, which is intended for distros such as Fedora, CentOS, Rocky Linux, AlmaLinux, openSUSE, and others. We will write a simple hello world script and create an RPM package for it.

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📚 In this tutorial we’ll cover two ways of customizing your Linux system to look and feel more like Windows: by using Windows 10 themes the Boomerang Project, or by using the UKUI Desktop Environment desktop environment.

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In this tutorial we will learn how to run multiple Linux commands in one line using AND (&&), OR (||), and Semicolon (;) operators.

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📚 In this article, we’ll give a brief explanation on why there are so many Linux distros. I will also talk about some popular distros that are there to give you a basic idea which should be proper for you to use.

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📚 If you have used an Android phone for some time, you will notice that there are certain features and capabilities that you cannot access or perform. These include sideloading apps, taking screenshots in applications that forbid that (e.g. Telegram has such a feature), installing custom ROMs, etc.

Fortunately, there is a way that you can bypass all that and do anything you wish to do with your phone using the Android Debug Bridge (ADB).

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In this tutorial, we’ll discuss the tools and the process of partitioning disks in Linux. First, we will add a new disk in our server and then create a new partition in it. We will create a partition with both the parted and fdisk commands.

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📚 This post will give you a detailed guide on checking and installing the latest security updates for RHEL 6/7/8 systems.

We will also show you how to automatically set up your system to install any security updates and patches.

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📚 In this tutorial, we will cover how to use the ip command to display or configure information about network interfaces, routing, and IP addresses.

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📚 Cloudflare Tunnel provides you with a secure way to connect your resources to Cloudflare without a publicly routable IP address. With Tunnel, you do not send traffic to an external IP — instead, a lightweight daemon in your infrastructure (cloudflared) creates outbound-only connections to Cloudflare’s edge.

This tutorial will cover how to use Cloudflare Tunnel to create and manage tunnels to expose web services from a computer to the internet.

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📚 In this article we’ll explore using the whatis command. We can also use whatis along with different options.

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📚 Thunderbolt 4 was later released in 2020 and came with several features that were an improvement of the Thunderbolt 3 port, and it also made use of the USB-C interface, as illustrated in the image below.

This post will look at using Thunderbolt 3/4 with CentOS.

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📚 In this article we'll explore how you can install Docker on a RHEL 8 distribution, such as AlmaLinux 8 or Rocky Linux 8, using the command-line.

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📚 Learning to use the AWK utility in Linux is a skill that most Linux users yearn to have. It can save you time and energy, as well as help you better understand the inner workings of your computer.

While it may seem hard at first, you will become well-versed with this command-line utility with the right guide and frequent practice.

Once you understand the AWK utility well, you will find it a necessary tool when working on your Linux Terminal.

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📚 Most users, while working on a command prompt, need to find out the location of the binary or executable of a file for a command.

In this case, find and whereis both commands can be used. But, the find command is much more time-consuming as compared to the whereis command.

The Linux whereis command also produces accurate results quickly as compared to the find command. So, users prefer to use the whereis command for this purpose.

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Normally the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) utility is used to transfer files between client and server computers in a network. However, this requires that a computer is set up as an FTP server and you have to log in manually into it using a username and password.

In contrast, wget is a command-line utility available in Linux, that allows you to download files un-interactively.

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