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02/05/2019

How to Install Yay on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Yay on Arch Linux. Yay stands for Yet another yogurt. An aur helper that allows you to manage packages on Arch Linux. Features Perform advanced dependency solving Download PKGBUILDs from ABS or AUR Tab-complete the AUR Query user up-front for all input (prior to starting builds) […]

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02/09/2019

How to Create Your Own VPN in Vultr with one Click

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create your own vpn on Vultr with one click. Vultr allows you to deploy your vpn server within 5 mins. Step 1 – Login to Your Vultr Account Create an account on VULTR if you don’t have one yet, and make sure to link a payment method […]

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02/27/2019

3 Alternatives to Microsoft Office on Linux

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If you’re a Windows user, you already know the advantages of using Office 365 (Home or personal), being that it’s integrated to an operating system you use daily.  The biggest disadvantage being price, starting at $69.99  (or $6.99 per month).   Therein lies the dilemma, as Office 365, much like all Microsoft products are designed […]

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04/05/2019

How to install Snap on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial I’ll explain step by step how to install snap on Arch Linux, by building the package from the source, and using aur helpers such as yay, trizen etc. What is snap? Snaps are universal Linux Package Install Snap using aur helpers Snap is available on the Arch User Repository(AUR), so you can […]

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05/09/2019

How to install Xfce Desktop on Arch Linux

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In this tutorial you will learn how to install xfce4 desktop enviroment on Arch Linux.  XFCE runs perfect, even if your computer is too old and has low performance, xfce simply never disapoints. Features Desktop Manager Sets the background image and provides a root window menu, desktop icons or minimized icons and a windows list. […]

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05/10/2019

10 Ways to Earn Money on SEOClerks for Linux Users

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SEOClerks is more than a marketplace for search engine optimization and backlinking services. As a freelancer, you can offer anything you want, from graphics and logo services to writing and coding, even software or other digital products. More to offer, more ways to earn a substantial income from the skills you already have. Here are […]

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07/21/2019

NordVPN – Installation and Usage Guide for Linux

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The internet can be strange, dark scary place. Not just for surfing but also doing any real life activities. There once was a day (not so long ago) when just randomly login (remember AOL days?) and browse around without fear. These days, just visiting a site and inputting a password or credit card involves risk […]

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08/12/2019

How to Access the Command Line Interface (CLI) in Linux

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A Command line is a user’s text-based interactive interface which can be used tosend instructions to the computer systems. Over the years, many shells have beendeveloped for Unix-like systems, but the default shell for most Linuxdistributions and Mac OS X is the Bourne-Again Shell also called bashwhich is the improved version of Bourne Shell (sh). […]

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How to Manage Files from the Command Line Interface (CLI) in Linux

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Every file in the Linux file system is structured in a single inverted tree directory called file system hierarchy. These files are rooted at /. The / directory is the root directory which holds other directories and subdirectories; you can choose to add more directories and subdirectories to it by mounting them or remove the […]

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How to Create, View and Edit text files in Linux

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We have talked about using the touch command to create text files, but they are other ways in which you can create and edit text files from the command line outside the touch command. One of the importance of text files in Linux is that it can be moved and shared between systems without requiring […]

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