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Linux sudo cheat sheet

Puzzle pieces coming together to form a computer screen

sudo is installed by default on most Linux systems and is available for most BSD and commercial Unix variants. Because sudo is often something you configure once then forget

Cheat sheet: Git

Blender Hotkey Cheat Sheet

Version control is an important tool for anyone looking to track their changes these days. It's especially helpful for programmers, sysadmins, and site reliability engineers

Perl cheat sheet

Blender Hotkey Cheat Sheet

Perl is a robust programming language with tens of thousands of libraries, GUI frameworks, a spin-off language called Raku, and an active and passionate community. It's a

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Bill, thanks for the comment. I think we are running into the age-old question of what is meant by the term operating system. I think the author is referring to an OS in the same way that, for instance, the GNU project refers to an OS: All the stuff in /bin and the core libs that make the system go. It so happens that many of us think of an OS as also including a kernel, which of course an image does not contain. Thank you for the clarifying comment. This is subtle and distinct stuff.

Is gaming as a platform-specific thing any more? I know historically that there were lots of companies that produced simple games for Amiga and DOS and so on, but it seems like that's transitioned to "indie" developers now. Games get produced often across platforms or for the web, and are posted to Itch.io and Flathub.org, which are where I go for many of my favourite quirky simple games for Linux. If you haven't scraped those sites for games, give them a try.