Sexy MF says things related to game programming on Linux, and tells you why you shouldn’t learn C!
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Sexy MF says things related to game programming on Linux, and tells you why you shouldn’t learn C!

OK, first things first – you should go to www.worldofspectrum.org , and search out Exolon…

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Release for CentOS Linux 7
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Release for CentOS Linux 7

We would like to announce the general availability of CentOS Linux 7 (1511) for 64…

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Proxmox VE 4.1 Released
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Proxmox VE 4.1 Released

VIENNA, Austria – December 11, 2015 – Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH today released version 4.1…

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Unixmen need your help
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Unixmen need your help

Unixmen.com is a private independently owned website. We operate on funds provided by advertising revenue.…

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Review EXT4 vs. Btrfs vs. XFS
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Review EXT4 vs. Btrfs vs. XFS

To be honest, one of the things that comes last in people’s thinking is to…

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KDE vs GNOME vs XFCE Desktop
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KDE vs GNOME vs XFCE Desktop

Over many years, many people spent a long time with Linux desktop using either KDE…

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Best Linux Distribution for Your Hosting
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Best Linux Distribution for Your Hosting

The Linux’s open-source nature means that there exists a downright staggering selection of various distros,…

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Is Linux Free From Viruses And Malware?
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Is Linux Free From Viruses And Malware?

Encryption Methods in Linux
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Encryption Methods in Linux

Passwords are one of the most main security features used nowadays. It’s very important for…

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Kali Linux Review
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Kali Linux Review

Good news! There’s new release of the Kali Linux which is a reincarnation of the…

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Network Monitoring Tools You Have To Know
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Network Monitoring Tools You Have To Know

We all understand how system administrators love to have network monitoring tools which make their…

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Denial of Service Tips
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Denial of Service Tips

Attackers attempt to prevent the legitimate users from accessing some information or services using the…

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Linux Mint History and Development
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Linux Mint History and Development

Linux Mint was mainly developed and released by Clement Lefebvre in France in 2006. Clement…

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How Ubuntu is different from Debian
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How Ubuntu is different from Debian

How Ubuntu is different from Debian? Choosing between Ubuntu and Debian for building your business…

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Guido van Rossum The Python Creator
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Guido van Rossum The Python Creator

Guido van Rossum, best known as the Python programming language author, was born 31 January…

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Mark Shuttleworth – The Man Behind Ubuntu Operating System
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Mark Shuttleworth – The Man Behind Ubuntu Operating System

Mark Richard Shuttleworth is the founder of Ubuntu or the man behind the Debian as…

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Richard Matthew Stallman – The Father Of Free Software Foundation
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Richard Matthew Stallman – The Father Of Free Software Foundation

What is programming for you? Is it a job, hobby or maybe source of income?…

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What is Disaster Recovery?
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What is Disaster Recovery?

Disaster Recovery can be defined as set of procedures and policies that enable the continuation…

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