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Take advantage of all of the powers the almighty Linux command line has to offer.
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Bash is the default command line shell on most Linux systems. So why not learn how to get the most out of it?
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The FED editor lets me code my FreeDOS projects easily and efficiently. Learn to make the most of this flexible Linux, Windows, and DOS editor.
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When that pesky command is just at the tip of your tongue, a handy cheat sheet will save the day. This list of cheat sheets covers everything from programming languages to collaboration tools.
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This "guess the number" game is a great introductory program when learning a new programming language. Here's how to write it in C.
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Because Fortran was written in the punched card era, its syntax is pretty limited. But you can still write useful and interesting programs with it.
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Programming a simple game is a great way to practice a new language and compare it against others you know.
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Introducing GNOME OS, the plain-vanilla Linux reference platform that makes it easier to test GNOME applications and bug reports.
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Check out the top new features in the GNOME 3.38 desktop.
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Use the open source publishing software, Scribus to create a cover for your next self-published book.