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10 Mistakes That Make You Sound Like a Rookie Linux Userview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – If you’ve chosen to learn Linux to use as your operating system, you’ve made a great choice! There’s a lot to learn about Linux, and if you want to make the most use out of the open source operating system, it’s important to learn and improve! But how can you tell when you’re not a rookie anymore? (General)

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5 Amazing Linux Video Players for Watching Movies and Showsview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Linux is fantastic for variety. There are dozens of video players to choose from and they’ll all get the job done — so which one should you use? Which one is right for you? Variety is great, but who has the time to sift through it all? My two favorite video players, at least prior to writing this piece, were MPC-HC and PotPlayer. (General)

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Linux Treasures: 11 Sublime Native Linux Apps That Will Make You Want To Switchview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Why should you use Linux? To use some of the best applications made for any platform. If you don’t believe me, here’s a list of great Linux apps. You can find all of these in the default Ubuntu repositories, and likely in the repositories of whatever Linux distro you use. (General)

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Linux Growth Results in High Demand for Linux Talent for Fourth Year in a Rowview story

http://www.linuxfoundation.org –   Dice and The Linux Foundation today are releasing their annual Linux Jobs Report, which details the responses of more than 1,000 hiring managers and 3,000 Linux professionals about the state of the Linux job market.  Highlights include: ● Nearly all hiring managers are looking to recruit Linux professionals in the next six months. (General)

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5 awesome security features to expect in PC-BSD 10.1.2view story

http://www.linuxbsdos.com – I’ve been keeping track of developments in PC-BSD for the past several months, more than I’ve done in more than three years. I’ve reviewed the last two releases – see PC-BSD 10.1 review, PC-BSD 10.1.1 Cinnamon review, written about an aspect of its package manager – see Getting to know the pkg audit command on PC-BSD and FreeBSD, and even […] (General)

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Why You Really Want a Linux Virtual Server Instead of a Private Serverview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – A Linux VPS (Virtual Private Server) can be beneficial for various things you might want to do, such as hosting your own website, a game server, and much more. If you’re interested, you can even do all of this locally on one of your computers that you have sitting around at home. We’ll show you how to set up your own server, and why a hosted VPS may still be a better choice. VPS vs. (General)

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5 Modern Linux Torrent Clients for Fast Downloadsview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Torrenting is not a sin; it’s a medium of communication that describes how files are shared. Can it be used in sinful ways? Sure. Can it be used in righteous ways, too? Absolutely. In fact, a remarkable amount of filesharing is done through completely legal torrents. (General)

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Linux Disk Space: How to Visualize Your Usageview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – Disk space is cheap these days, but not so cheap that you can be reckless with storage. Even with terabyte drives becoming the norm, it’s amazing just how fast all of that space can fill up — and when they do fill up, reclaiming that space can be a pain in the neck. What if you could see your entire disk space usage at a glance? (General)

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Distro Indecision: A Cheat’s Guide to Choosing a Linux Distributionview story

http://www.makeuseof.com – For better or worse, there’s no one “Linux”. Instead, there are loads of Linux distributions that all run the Linux kernel. However, they all offer different features, so it’s still important to pick the right distribution as your computer is supposed to work the way you want it to. (General)