How to Clear Git Cache

How to Clear Git Cache

When your ignored files still appear in your Git commit staging area, you will need to clear your Git cache. Here is how you can do so.

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The 6 Best Linux Distros for Gaming

The 6 Best Linux Distros for Gaming

There are several gaming-centered Linux distros that offer great gaming support in Linux. Check out the best Linux distros for gaming here.

By John Wachira -
How to Run Nmap without Root or Sudo

How to Run Nmap without Root or Sudo

Nmap is a powerful networking scanner. However, it requires root privileges to perform basic functions. Learn how to run Nmap without root.

By John Wachira -
How to Easily Rename Files in Linux

How to Easily Rename Files in Linux

Renaming files can be an easy or difficult task depending on the tools you use. Here are some easy and useful ways to rename files in Linux.

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How to Install OpenRazer on Linux

How to Install OpenRazer on Linux

Getting Razer peripherals to work on Linux can be frustrating at times. Learn how to install OpenRazer on Linux to add support for Razer devices.

By John Perkins -
What Is Nohup and How Do You Use It?

What Is Nohup and How Do You Use It?

nohup is a supplemental command that tells the Linux system not to stop a command once it has started. Learn what nohup is and how to use it.

By John Perkins -
How to Use the xargs Command in Linux

How to Use the xargs Command in Linux

Xargs is a useful command that links two commands, and allows you to multi-task. Learn how to use the xargs command to your advantage.

By John Perkins -
How to Delete a Local and Remote Git Branch

How to Delete a Local and Remote Git Branch

Git can sometimes be confusing, especially when you want to take away from your repo. This post will discuss how to delete a local and remote Git branch!

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7 Ways to Speed up Ubuntu

7 Ways to Speed up Ubuntu

Most PCs become slow over time. If you feel your Ubuntu system is becoming “slow,” here are a few ways to speed up your Ubuntu.

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How to Compress and Split Files in Ubuntu

How to Compress and Split Files in Ubuntu

If your compressed file is still too big for you to share with others, a solution is to compress and split the files into smaller parts. Here’s how to do so in Ubuntu.

By Odysseas Kourafalos -
What Is LVFS and How Do I Use It?

What Is LVFS and How Do I Use It?

How do you get firmware updates in Linux? Where do you get the drivers for your hardware? The answer lies in LVFS. Learn what LVFS is and how to use it.

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10 Best Compression Tools for Linux

10 Best Compression Tools for Linux

There are many compression tools for Linux that make backing up system data easier. Here are ten of the best Linux compression tools you can use.

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