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Unixmen need your help

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How To Change Multiple File Extensions From The Terminal
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How To Change Multiple File Extensions From The Terminal

Hi geeks, In this tutorial I will show you how to change multiple file extensions…

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Port knocking: Enhance Security Using knockd and/or Iptables From Basics
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Port knocking: Enhance Security Using knockd and/or Iptables From Basics

Before moving into the article, let me tell you how this article has been written.…

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Feel Linux in Windows And Stay Connected With Linux Via Mosh
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Feel Linux in Windows And Stay Connected With Linux Via Mosh

Fact: There is no Mosh client for windows. Cheer up!! But there is a workaround.…

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Mosh: A Brief Introduction
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Mosh: A Brief Introduction

Mosh – The Mobile Shell. Already we have shown you about what is Mosh and…

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KDE 4.11 Released, New Features And Improvements
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KDE 4.11 Released, New Features And Improvements

Hello Guys, it is August 15 and yesterday the KDE 4.11 version was released with…

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Steganography- Hide Your Files Inside An Image in Linux
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Steganography- Hide Your Files Inside An Image in Linux

Nowadays, our  personal computer is not only a work tool,  it is also our private…

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