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Linux Mint 19.1 details

Linux Mint 19.1 ‘Tessa’ New Features and Release Date

Linux Mint 19.1 will land this year end. It is codenamed 'Tessa'. Here are the exciting new features. More attention is given to the appearance and Cinnamon desktop.
Ubuntu 19.04

Ubuntu 19.04 “Disco Dingo” Release Date and New Features

Disco will be derived from the Debian Buster/Testing package-set. Here are the release date and new features expected in this build.

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Create a ClamAV Antivirus Live USB drive, and how to use...

Antivirus Live CD or USB drives come in handy at times when your computer is infected with a virus and other malware. Here is how you can create a ClamAV Live USB drive to scan and remove the malware from a computer.

How to create a Fedora Games Live USB drive in Linux

One of the best Fedora spins that has been for a while and also being well maintained is the Fedora Games. The Fedora Games spin is a great showcase of the best games available in the Fedora operating system.

TERMINAL TUTS

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How to update Solus using commands from the Terminal

Solus comes in three flavors including Budgie, GNOME, and MATE editions. Let's take a look at how to install updates in your Solus PC using command line via Terminal.
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How to sync date and time from the command-line in Ubuntu

Today, let's learn the command lines to be used in the Terminal to get the date and time synced to the internet atomic clock. If you ever learned this earlier, you might be remembering ntpdate. This is deprecated and replaced with a powerful timesyncd tool.
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How to record a screenshot by command line in Ubuntu

In today's session of Terminal Tuts, let's take a look at how to record a screenshot video using command line from Terminal. To make it possible, we will be installing a wonderful utility "byzanz", which can work from command line and also by GUI.

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