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7 cool KDE tweaks that will change your life

The great thing about KDE's Plasma desktop is that it's universally familiar enough for anybody to...
Penguin driving a car

With so many different choices available, there's sure to be a Linux desktop environment that meets...
How to save keystrokes at the command line with alias

Learn how to save some keystrokes (and hassle) by setting up aliases for the commands you often use.
Hard drives

Take a walk through EXT4's history, features, and optimal use, and learn how it differs from...
linux file drawer

Libral provides a uniform management API across system resources and serves as a solid foundation...
How I got started with Linux

From physics student to the founder of FreeDOS, Jim Hall tells us how it all started with a hobby...
Testing Linux hardware compatibility with USB sticks

Want to select hardware that works with your favorite Linux distribution? Try it out first with USB...
3 Linux questions from the community

Hear three fun Linux questions from the community from The Queue by Jeremy Garcia.