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How Linux and makerspaces can strengthen our social fabric

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A user's guide to links in the Linux filesystem

Learn how to use links, which make tasks easier by providing access to files from multiple...
Using Kdump for examining Linux Kernel crashes

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How to set your $PATH variable in Linux

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An introduction to parameter expansion in Bash

Get started with this quick how-to guide on expansion modifiers that transform Bash variables and...
An introduction to timekeeping in Linux VMs

Now's a good time for an introduction to timekeeping in Linux VMs.
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Check out these feature-packed Linux computers from OEMs ZaReason, System76, and Dell.