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Three Best Free NAS Software Solutions for Network Storage
Let's take a look at the three best (in our opinion) free NAS software solutions for home …
File Transfer Protocols: FTP vs. SFTP
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gdu Is A Fast Console Disk Usage Analyzer (Alternative To ncdu, du, Etc.)
gdu (Go Disk Usage) is very similar to ncdu, a popular console disk usage analyzer, with …
How to Find a File in Linux Using the Find Command
The Linux find command is one of the most important and handy commands in Linux systems. …
Rescuezilla 2.1 Makes It Easier to Extract Files from Backups, Based on Ubuntu 20.10
Rescuezilla 2.1 comes two months after version 2.0, but it's not just a point release
Now and Then: What happened to DFileManager?
Let's jump forward 5 years. What happened to DFileManager in the intervening period?
How to Identify File Types in Linux
2DayGeek: This quick article shows you how to identify file types in Linux.
3 Ways to Delete All Files in a Directory Except One or Few Files with Extensions
delete all files in a directory or simply cleanup a directory by removing all files except …
How to Remove Physical Volume from a Volume Group in LVM
2DayGeek: This quick article shows you how to remove physical volume from a volume group …
How to resize ZRAM (compressed swap) managed by systemd/zram-generator
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How to Install Fedora in VirtualBox [With Steps for USB, Clipboard and Folder Sharing]
Want to try Fedora Linux without disturbing your current operating system?
How To Edit A File Without Changing Its Timestamps In Linux
This brief guide explains how to edit a file without changing its timestamps in Linux.
A Quick Guide to Linux Partition Schemes
What partition setup should you use when installing Linux?
DNF for APT users
Take a look at a few common and useful DNF and APT operations.
A Bash Function To Extract File Archives Of Various Types
Here is a simple Bash function to extract file archives of various types in Linux.
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