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Name: Admin
Date registered: March 22, 2013

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  1. Detect Webcam & Microphone Activity on Mac with Oversight — February 27, 2017
  2. 31+ Examples for sed Linux command in text manipulation – Like Geeks — February 20, 2017
  3. RJCLIP Repairs Ethernet RJ45 Clips in Seconds — February 18, 2017
  4. How to Make ‘Quick Look’ in Mac More Powerful with Plugins — February 5, 2017
  5. Easily Use Free VPNs From VPN Gate In Linux With These 2 Tools — February 2, 2017

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  1. How it used to be done: How to use Google Voice for free outgoing calls on an Asterisk/FreePBX system (the no-XMPP way) — 51 comments
  2. How to install Midnight Commander under Mac OS X (the easy way, using Rudix) — 37 comments
  3. A Perl script to rewrite the "static" IP address in the FreePBX Asterisk SIP Settings when it is changed by your ISP — 28 comments
  4. I no longer recommend using Asterisk’s Google Voice support — try these methods instead! — 26 comments
  5. Setting up an OpenVPN tunnel using a CentOS-based system as the server and a router flashed with Tomato firmware as the client – Part 1 — 24 comments

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Dec 29 2016

Your Own Linux..! series on Linux / Unix Shell (Bash) Scripting

Your Own Linux..! recently published a multi-part series on Unix/Linux shell scripting, that would be useful to anyone desiring to write a bash script. The articles are: Introduction – Linux / Unix Shell (Bash) Scripting Bash Scripting Variables – Environment and Special Shell Variables Bash Scripting – Arithmetic, Logical, Relational and Bitwise Operators Bash Scripting …

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Dec 28 2016

21 Must-Have Apps For Ubuntu Desktop

We’re often asked what our essential Ubuntu apps are, but rather than reply in the comments I figured I’d write a list of what are, for us, must-have apps for Ubuntu. Whether you’re new to Ubuntu or a recent convert from Microsoft Windows, you should find some software to suit you in the list below. Naturally, not …

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Dec 26 2016

Before You Pay that Ransomware Demand… — Krebs on Security

A decade ago, if a desktop computer got infected with malware the chief symptom probably was an intrusive browser toolbar of some kind. Five years ago you were more likely to get whacked by a banking trojan that stole all your passwords and credit card numbers. These days if your mobile or desktop computer is …

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Dec 05 2016

4 of the Most Underrated Features in VLC Player

There are plenty of features in VLC player. Here are a few more hidden gems that really demonstrate just how amazing VLC is. Check them out. Source: 4 of the Most Underrated Features in VLC Player – Make Tech Easier

Nov 27 2016

35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

Linux Find Command is one of the most important and much used command in Linux systems. In this article we’ll show you the best 35 Linux Find Command Examples. Source: 35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command (Tecmint)

Nov 23 2016

Raspberry Pi: Extending the life of the SD card | ZDNet

I realized after posting this that it is a repeat post, but those new to the Raspberry Pi might not have seen the original post, so here it is again: SD cards are said to have a finite life. If you are planning on running a Raspberry Pi 24x7x365, there are some steps that you …

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Nov 18 2016

An Everyday Linux User Guide To The Thunderbird Email Client

Thunderbird is an email client by Mozilla who are also behind Firefox. This guide shows most of the features available within Thunderbird and an overview of how to use them Source: An Everyday Linux User Guide To The Thunderbird Email Client « Everyday Linux User

Nov 17 2016

The Differences between Su, Sudo Su, Sudo -s and Sudo -i

In Linux, there are several ways to switch to the root user and it can be confusing. Learn the differences between each command and their use cases. Source: The Differences between Su, Sudo Su, Sudo -s and Sudo -i (Make Tech Easier)

Nov 16 2016

wattOS Energizes Aging Hardware | LinuxInsider

wattOS is a stunning example of really great things coming in small packages. wattOS is a lightweight and fast desktop Linux distribution based on Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS built around the LXDE. It uses the lightweight Openbox window manager as its default user interface. To credit this 8-year-young community of developers with birthing an energy-efficient Linux …

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Nov 15 2016

Fix Ubuntu/Linux Mint boot and grub issues with Boot-Repair – NoobsLab

Boot-Repair is around from quite sometime, released under license GNU-GPL and it is great tool to fix the issues with your Grub and Boot, it repair frequent boot issues you may encounter in Ubuntu … Source: Fix Ubuntu/Linux Mint boot and grub issues with Boot-Repair – NoobsLab

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