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08.04.2020

Interactive Cheat Sheet

© Lead Image © Stanislav Volchenkov, 123RF

When the history function fails and the manpage is too long, navi comes to the rescue with an interactive cheat sheet for the shell.

20.08.2019

The Impersonator

© Nikita Rogul, Fotolia

Use the FOG imaging server to image and rollout several installations with a single click.

01.08.2019

Puppy Love

Like its predecessors, this ultralight OS is fast and versatile with an easy-to-use interface.

23.07.2019

The Bookkeeper

© Vlad Kochelaevskiy, 123rf.com

Take charge of your installation’s logfiles with logrotate.

08.04.2020

Interactive Cheat Sheet

When the history function fails and the manpage is too long, navi comes to the rescue with an interactive cheat sheet for the shell.

30.01.2020

Official Evernote Client Coming to Linux

The most widely-used note-taking app is coming to Linux.

20.01.2020

Thanks to Linux, Google and Valve are Bringing Steam to Chromebooks

In yet another win for desktop Linux, Google and Steam are about to up the Chromebook gaming field.

06.01.2020

Dell Adds a Much-Requested Feature to the New XPS Developer Edition Laptop

Linux users are in for a treat when Dell releases the next iteration of the Ubuntu-powered XPS Developer Edition laptop.

20.08.2019

The Impersonator

Use the FOG imaging server to image and rollout several installations with a single click.

01.08.2019

Puppy Love

Like its predecessors, this ultralight OS is fast and versatile with an easy-to-use interface.

23.07.2019

The Bookkeeper

Take charge of your installation’s logfiles with logrotate.

26.06.2019

Class Reunion

Intranets with multiple servers and services require careful configuration. With Karoshi Linux, even complex structures can be set up in no time at all.

22.02.2019

Multimeter

What cannot be measured cannot be improved. Netdata lets you measure almost anything – at least as long as it's about the performance and health of a Linux computer.

22.02.2019

Inside Job

The kernel supports performance analysis with built-in tools via the Linux performance counters subsystem. perf is easy to use and offers a detailed view of performance data.

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