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.

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Troubleshoot your code with the GNU Debugger. Download our new cheat sheet.
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With Linux, you can turn any device into a server to share data, media files, and other resources.
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Three years ago I chose Openshot as my Linux video editing software of choice. See why it's still my favorite.
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Contributed Content

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Master the DIR command to navigate your way around FreeDOS.
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