Seth Kenlon is a UNIX geek, free culture advocate, independent multimedia artist, and D&D nerd. He has worked in the film and computing industry, often at the same time. He is one of the maintainers of the Slackware-based multimedia production project Slackermedia.

Authored Content

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Systemd's speed and ease make it a popular way to manage modern Linux systems.
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Load balancing distributes resources to where they're needed most at that moment.
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Download cheat sheets for sed, grep, and parted to integrate new processes into your work.
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Use Linux Unified Key Setup to create an encrypted vault for sensitive files on a physical drive or cloud storage.
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VeraCrypt offers open source file-encryption with cross-platform capabilities.

Contributed Content

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Batch files are a great way to write your own simple programs and automate tasks that normally require lots of typing.
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Learn how to make, remove, copy, and do other things with directories and files in FreeDOS.
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Learn how to create, edit, and name files in FreeDOS.
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Keep your data and accounts safe by using a secure open source password manager to store unique, complex passwords.
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Master the DIR command to navigate your way around FreeDOS.