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How to Install Fish Shell (with Starship) in Linux

Thu, 02/15/2024 - 12:00

Fish is a user-friendly UNIX/Linux shell program that focuses on providing most of the known features by default without requiring any manual configuration.

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Level Up Linux: 20 Must-Know Commands for Newbies

Thu, 02/15/2024 - 10:00

In my earlier experience as a newcomer, Linux commands and terminals were quite intimidating. I had concerns about the commands and wondered to what extent I needed to remember and memorize them to become proficient and fully functional with Linux.

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How to Suspend and Resume a Process in Linux

Mon, 02/12/2024 - 14:00

Learn how to efficiently suspend, resume, list, and manage background processes in Linux using simple commands like CTRL+Z, ps, jobs, fg, bg, and kill.

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How to Install Audacious on Manjaro Linux

Mon, 02/12/2024 - 12:41

In our guide, we will quickly cover how to install Audacious on Manjaro utilizing the command-terminal along with some first-time tips.

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Debugging the Linux kernel with GDB

Sun, 02/11/2024 - 20:00

In this guide, I go over the process of configuring the infrastructure required to debug the Linux kernel with GDB, both in the GDB command line and using Visual Studio Code.

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Steps to Install Linux Kernel 6.7 on Rocky Linux

Sat, 02/10/2024 - 14:00

In this guide, we will cover the steps to import ELRepo and install Linux Kernel 6.7 with examples commands for those that require upgrading their system kernel.

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How to Install Nerd Fonts on Manjaro Linux

Fri, 02/09/2024 - 14:00

This guide will show you how to install Nerd Fonts on Manjaro Linux using the command-line terminal and the yay AUR helper to access the latest version from the Arch Linux user repository.

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