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Enable Timestamp For History Command In Zsh In Linux

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This brief guide explains how to enable timestamp for history command in Zsh shell in Linux operating system.
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GNOME 40 App Grid Now Scrolls Horizontally

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The GNOME 40 is under development at the moment. And a recent change on App Grid functionality shows that it now scrolls horizontally.
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A Linux Survey For Beginners

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So you have decided to give the Linux operating system a try. You have heard it is a good stable operating system with lots of free software and you are ready to give it a shot. It is downloadable for free, so you get on the net and search for a copy, and you are in for a shock. Because there isn’t one “Linux”, there are many. Now you feel like a deer in the headlights. You want to make a wise choice, but have no idea where to start. Unfortunately, this is where a lot new Linux users give up. It is just too confusing.
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Raspberry Pi finds its inner PC

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We take a look at discounted Waveshare kits that extend the Raspberry Pi 400 with an up to 13.3-inch touchscreen and check out some RPi 4 kit discounts, an overview of the RPi laptop scene, a Vulkan driver for the Pi, and more.
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How to Install OpenNMS Network Monitoring Tool in CentOS 8

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OpenNMS is a free and open-source network monitoring and network management platform used for managing enterprise networks around the world. It is based on Java and is designed to manage thousands of devices from a central location.
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Install KDE Plasma on SparkyLinux GameOver 08/11 2020

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At the time of writing KDE Plasma install on any SparkyLinux 2020.09 might be committed via GDM3 installation right after KDE Plasma due to after system reboot GDM seems to be the only one DM on Sparky detecting previously installed KDE.
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How To Enable Timestamp In Bash History In Linux

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How do you know the time at which the command was executed? Easy! This guide explains how to enable timestamp in Bash history in Linux.
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Linux Subshells for Beginners With Examples

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Making use of subshells in Bash provides you with an ability to generate context sensitive information from right within your Bash command. For example, if you want to modify a text string right inside an echo statement, then this can be done easily with subshells.
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4 questions about AI ethics and how open source can help

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As a high school student, I've become very interested in artificial intelligence (AI), which is emerging as one of the most impactful innovations of recent times. This past summer, I was selected for the AI4ALL program, where we learned how to develop AI systems using Python.read more
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How to Install PHP 8 on Ubuntu

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This guide let you learn how install the latest PHP version 8 and upgrade to latest on your Ubuntu 20.04 or 18.04 systems or your Ubuntu server on any VPS or any Cloud or any Dedicated hosting and configure it with Apache and Nginx.
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TUXEDO Computers Enables Full Linux Support on the Intel-TongFang QC7 Gaming Laptop

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After several months of development, TUXEDO Computers is proud to announce today that they are now offering full Linux support for the Intel-TongFang QC7 reference gaming laptop, free of charge
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Comparing the similarities and differences between inner source and open source

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Open source software (OSS) has been around since the 1990s and has thrived, quickly growing to become mainstream. It is now more well understood around the world than it has ever been before. Some refer to it as FOSS to highlight the Freedom part of open source (Free and Open Source Software). And in 2014, at OSCON, the term "inner source" was debuted, and people started talking about how to use the principles of open source, but inside of a company. It raised several questions for those unfamiliar with the term, which I hope to answer with this article.read more
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Linux Candy: XScreenSaver – Framework and collection of screensavers

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XScreenSaver offers a couple of hundred different screen savers together with a framework for blanking and locking the screen. The screen savers are known in the software’s development as ‘hacks’ and range from simple 2D effects to 3D demonstrations of complex mathematical principles, to simulations of other computer systems, space phenomena, to re-creations of artifacts and effects from movies such as Tron, Star Wars and The Matrix.
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Connect to WiFi Using Terminal in Arch Linux and Other Distros

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This quick guide explains the steps you need to set up and connect to WiFi using terminal in Arch Linux and other distros.
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How to choose a wireless protocol for home automation

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In the second article in this series, I talked about local control vs. cloud connectivity and some things to consider for your home automation setup.In this third article, I will discuss the underlying technology for connecting devices to Home Assistant, including the dominant protocols that smart devices use to communicate and some things to think about before purchasing smart devices.read more
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Multimedia-Oriented AV Linux Distro Rebased on MX Linux, Adds New and Updated Audio Tools

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The multimedia-oriented AV Linux distribution has a new release with a brand-new base derived from the popular, lightweight, and systemd-free MX Linux distro.
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Top Tips to Protect Your Linux System

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Linux is one of the most secure operating systems out there. Running on only about 2 percent of desktop computers in the world, Linux doesn’t attract much attention from cybercriminals. But being part of a small minority doesn't guarantee security. Linux malware exists and Linux devices get hacked, stolen, or lost. Use these tips to keep your Linux computer protected at all times.
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Getting started with Fedora CoreOS

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Read about how to get started with Fedora CoreOS. Give Fedora CoreOS a try in a virtual machine, and see how easy it is to provision a Fedora CoreOS system.
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Armbian Linux for ARM Devices Switches to Linux Kernel 5.9, Supports Ubuntu 20.10

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Debian-based Armbian Linux distribution for ARM hardware has a new major release with support for new devices and lots of under-the-hood changes.
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How To Add, Delete And Grant Sudo Privileges To Users In CentOS

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This guide explains how to add, delete and grant sudo privileges to users in CentOS and other RHEL-based systems.
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