Tag #linux Posts

Multi colored file archive binders on a metal shelf.

A detailed guide on how to change which application is used as the Linux desktop default file manager for directories or folders.

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Follow my thought process of how I resolved RustDesk not being able to generate an ID or make a connection to the free relay server.

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Gain insight into using DuckDuckGo from the command line from installation, configuration, browser integration, and search usage examples.

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Explore the vast curated list of free open source software applications by category of use for the graphical user interface of a Linux desktop.

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Investigate, play, and explore the benefits of using one of these Linux command line interface application Markdown viewers.

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Come follow me on this journey of building a free open source point of sale system to help a non-profit food co-op.

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Solve the puzzling question, why does sudo echo fail when trying to redirect the output to a file within a Linux or Unix shell?

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Learn the steps on how to add a new disk drive to a Linux system from finding the device, creating a partition, formatting and mounting.

Logitech unify receiver USB dongle and K400r wireless touch keyboard

How to pair a device to a Logitech Unifying receiver using Linux in the command line or using a graphical application.

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During a system upgrade I discovered pikaur is no longer working due to it failing with a TypeError message. Here's how I resolved it.