If someone asks you what version of Linux are you using, they probably mean the Linux distribution you are using. So how do you go about choosing the best one? Let’s find out.
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Uber geeks can do everything from the command line. With Beets, they can even manage their media library without logging into a graphical environment.
I love distros that try and mimic other OSes. Pear OS 8 is a wonderful imitation of Mac OS X, but does a poor job of presenting the best of Linux.
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Google’s Go programming language reached its official v1.0 status. Here is how you can write your first Go program in Ubuntu.
There are a multitude of programming languages out there but if you are looking to learn a new language, one that is easy to grasp, fast and open source is Lua.
Running automated scripts over SSH can be a difficult task since it requires you to enter a password for every connection. Here is how you can overcome this problem.
The attraction of SSH is that the connection between the two machines is encrypted. You can also securely transfer files using the scp command.Here’s the complete guide.