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Tails, the Linux-based distribution popular for its privacy features, is leaving the world of 32-bit architecture. Tails 3.0 will be the first version to …

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This is an article that takes the reader back to the basics of Linux. It covers the various aspects of users and groups in …

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Security experts have found a new trojan that targets Linux devices. Called Linux.Proxy.10, the trojan can transform infected machines into proxy servers to relay …

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Inviting all Linux newbies, and even veterans, to try out these tips on using Vi/Vim editor efficiently and productively. Earlier, most Linux users cut …

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If you were using a Windows desktop just to create, edit or view documents or spreadsheets on a recent Microsoft Office version, you can …

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Linux kernel 4.9 series has received a new maintenance update. The new version, Linux 4.9.5, brings a total of 132 file changes, 821 deletions …

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The Linux Foundation has upgraded Automotive Grade Linux (AGL) to build an advanced infotainment experience for connected cars. Called the AGL Unified Code Base …

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Weeks after launching its 4.9 version, Linus Torvalds has now brought the first release candidate (RC) for Linux 4.10. The latest kernel build is …

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It appears that the Linux community is set to receive a native presence on the latest AMD Polaris 12 architecture. Ahead of any official …

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To extensively support ethical hackers and white-hat cybersecurity experts, BlackArch Linux has released a new update with over 1,600 hacking tools. The latest version …