Cross Compilation Across Several Networked Computers on Gentoo
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Cross Compilation Across Several Networked Computers on Gentoo

This tutorial covers crossdev and distcc that allow users to cross compile across several networked…

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10 ‘cat’ Command Examples for Beginners
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10 ‘cat’ Command Examples for Beginners

“cat” is one of the commands that is used mostly in our everyday activities, so…

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Performance on Linux. Just how far *can* we go?
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Performance on Linux. Just how far *can* we go?

As the title suggests, Linux and performance in the same sentence makes for an interesting…

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Sandboxed Gentoo
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Sandboxed Gentoo

Introduction This article is a guide on installing Gentoo in another Linux distribution (Arch, in…

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How to Clear Memory Cache on Linux
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How to Clear Memory Cache on Linux

By default, every Linux OS has an efficient memory management system used to clear the…

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How to Compile and Install a Linux Software from Source Code
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How to Compile and Install a Linux Software from Source Code

Most often we do install software from the terminal by the help of  apt-get, rpm,…

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tmux: A Terminal multiplexer
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tmux: A Terminal multiplexer

tmux is a terminal multiplexer written in C. It enables a number of terminals to…

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Ten ‘Find’ Command Examples for Beginners
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Ten ‘Find’ Command Examples for Beginners

find command is used for locate files in a directory hierarchy on Linux/Unix systems. You can search…

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Scrot: A Command-Line Screenshot Tool
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Scrot: A Command-Line Screenshot Tool

Install Yii PHP Framework on Ubuntu/Debian
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Install Yii PHP Framework on Ubuntu/Debian

Yii is an open source, fast, secure and as well as high performance PHP framework…

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Ten ‘chkconfig’ Command Examples
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Ten ‘chkconfig’ Command Examples

chkconfig command is used to start, stop and view the status of all services running…

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Ten ‘Top’ Command Examples
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Ten ‘Top’ Command Examples

The “top” command provides a dynamic real-time view of a running system. It can display system…

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Copying Files to Multiple Systems Simultaneously with PSSH
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Copying Files to Multiple Systems Simultaneously with PSSH

Setup the Raspberry Pi as a NAS
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Setup the Raspberry Pi as a NAS

The Raspberry Pi is a great device with many possibilities and one such great use…

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Dictionaries in Python
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Dictionaries in Python

A dictionary is a container that stores Python objects and each item  of the dictionary…

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Lists in Python
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Lists in Python

What are lists in Python? Lists are one of the six built-in types of sequences…

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Argument Handling in Python
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Argument Handling in Python

Argument handling gives user the chance to interact with the script and use it for…

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Command-Line Downloading Using aria2
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Command-Line Downloading Using aria2

All Linux distributions come with wget pre-packaged by default. Sure, wget does do the job,…

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